How Macadamia Nut Oil Can Instantly Transform Your Hair

Macadamia Healing Oil Spray
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A couple of weeks ago I went to the hair salon for a haircut. After styling and drying my hair, the stylist produced a 2-ounce spray bottle of macadamia nut oil and proceeded to apply a small amount to the ends of my hair. The stylist told me it would restore my chemically damaged and dry hair and leave it feeling smooth and silky. I usually scoff at the majority of products that claim to work miracles on my hair, but this product was unlike anything I had ever experienced before. I could instantly see and feel the difference. My hair was smooth and silky and felt incredible to the touch. Unfortunately, I made the mistake of leaving the salon without purchasing the macadamia nut oil, and I soon regretted it.

The next day, upon waking, my hair was still looking and feeling incredible. Instead of my hair feeling dry and sticking up all over the place, my hairstyle still resembled the look I had prior to going to sleep the previous evening, and it was still nice and soft to the touch. I couldn't keep my hands off of my hair. I realized I now needed to get my hands on this product and that I wasn't going to be able to live without it. I did some research on the benefits of using macadamia nut oil on the hair, and this is what I found.


Benefits of Using Macadamia Nut Oil on Hair

Macadamia Healing Oil Spray contains two essential oils, macadamia and argan. Macadamia oil is full of essential fatty acids and is almost identical to sebum, the natural oils that moisturize the hair. Argan oil contains unsaturated fatty acids and is instrumental in maintaining the strength of the hair. The combination of these two oils has amazing benefits on any hair, especially hair that is chemically treated, dry, frizzy, or over processed:

  • Nourishes, de-tangles, and smooths the hair, leaving it free of frizz
  • Instantly absorbs into the hair, light-weight, with absolutely no greasy feeling
  • No build-up on the hair, no matter how much of the product you use
  • Heals split ends, giving hair a much healthier appearance
  • When used before coloring the hair, extends the life of the color and reduces fading
  • Contains UV protection
  • When applied on damp hair, reduces the drying time by 40% to 50%
  • Leaves hair looking shiny, silky, and healthy
  • Smells incredibly good


Simple Directions to More Beautiful Hair

Macadamia Healing Oil Spray can be used on either damp or dry hair. By the way, it is also great for rejuvenating the scalp. For damp hair, simply spray a small amount on the hair and comb the product through the hair to evenly distribute. I also use a leave-in, spray-on conditioner, which also works great with this product. For dry hair, spray a small amount of product onto your fingertips and gently massage into the hair, concentrating on the ends. What I really love about this product when using it on dry hair is that it instantly absorbs into the hair, making my hair shiny, silky, and smooth. There is no greasy, weighted-down feeling, and, again, it also leaves my hair smelling awesome.

Where to Purchase This Product

I ultimately found this product at Ulta. A 2-ounce bottle costs $14.50, but because you only need a small amount of product, this 2-ounce bottle should last me quite awhile. In addition to hair salons, there are also many other places on the Internet that sell Macadamia Healing Oil Spray. I will probably elect to order online the next time, as I have found this exact product to be cheaper for purchase online.

Final Thoughts

I normally do not promote or recommend too many things; however, this product really produced some amazing results for me, and I really like it. Try Macadamia Healing Oil Spray on your hair just once. You will be surprised. I know I was!

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North Wind 4 years ago from The World (for now)

It sounds good. I have heard people gush about Argan oil and how good it is for your hair so I suppose the combination of the two gives a greater result. I just might try it :)

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HubTub 4 years ago from The Sunshine State Author

I tried using Moroccan oil shampoo, but it left my hair very heavy and weighted down. I much prefer this. Thanks for visiting!

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tammyswallow 4 years ago from North Carolina

I have really wild hair that gets tangled no matter what. This seems like it could solve that problem and condition at the same time. Great suggestion! I will give this a try.

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ytsenoh 4 years ago from Louisiana, Idaho, Kauai, Nebraska, South Dakota, Missouri

I say use the oil while eating macademia nuts, right? Thanks for this interesting hub. I like hearing about natural remedies.

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sankari.nayagam 4 years ago

I really have a very bad hair. Probably I should try this oil. Thanks for telling about the product at the right time.

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HubTub 4 years ago from The Sunshine State Author

tammyswallow: I had been using this on my hair only after it was dry. Yesterday, I sprayed it on my damp hair and dried it. It was more tangle free while drying, actually did reduce the drying time, and I couldn't believe how silky my hair was. I think I prefer the product better on damp air. Due to my OCD, I couldn't resist slapping a little more on the ends after it dried. I love this stuff! I think you'll like it.

ytsenoh: I've been eating some trail mix. Does that count? :) You're welcome. Thanks for visiting.

sankari.nayagam: You're very welcome. Thanks for visiting. Try it, you'll like it!

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HubTub 4 years ago from The Sunshine State Author

Tammy, I meant damp "hair" not

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Diana Mendes 4 years ago

Thanks for sharing. My hair is dry, very straight, scanty & lacks luster. It really bothers me when I have to go for a function. Will try this product.

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Debby Bruck 4 years ago

Great Advice Hub. Sounds like a good nourishing oil. Blessings, Debby

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HubTub 4 years ago from The Sunshine State Author

Hi Diana, you're welcome. Keep me posted and let me know how it works. My hair is very fine, straight, and, like a lot of us gals, sometimes becomes over processed from dye, bleach, and other chemicals. However, this product is also good for anyone's hair, including men. Thanks for stopping by! :)

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HubTub 4 years ago from The Sunshine State Author

Thank you, Debby...blessings!

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urmilashukla23 4 years ago from Rancho Cucamonga,CA, USA

Very useful information! I recently bought Macadamia nut oil from Target store but never used it. Since, I read your hub, will be using tonight. Thanks for posting it. Voted up!

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HubTub 4 years ago from The Sunshine State Author

I am sure you will find it brings wonderful results. Thank you for stopping in, sharing your thoughts, and voting! See you in The Sandpit ;)

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sandrabusby 4 years ago from Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA

I'm a great fan of all oils, for the hair, the face, the body, etc. Macadamia nut oil is one I'm going to buy today. Thanks. Voted up and interesting and shared. Sandra Busby

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HubTub 4 years ago from The Sunshine State Author

Hope you like it as much as I do! After seeing the awesome results with this product, I'm going to start adding more oils to my health care regimen. Thank you for visiting, voting, and sharing!

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alocsin 4 years ago from Orange County, CA

I love eating macademia nuts but hadn't thought about using its oil for hair, until coming across your hub. Voting this Up and Interesting.

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HubTub 4 years ago from The Sunshine State Author

Thanks, alocsin! It's great stuff, for men and women alike.

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thesingernurse 4 years ago from Rizal, Philippines

Thank you for sharing this! Wow.. .I think I have to try this product one of these days too... I hope we have them here in my area... :)

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HubTub 4 years ago from The Sunshine State Author

You are very welcome! This product is available online. Actually, I will be ordering it online the next time, as I found it to be cheaper. Also, what's better than having something delivered directly to your front door? :) Thanks for your comments!

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Brandym2012 4 years ago from PA

Thank you for sharing this hub. I'm in need of this tip, with living on the East Coast and having natural curls.

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HubTub 4 years ago from The Sunshine State Author

Hi, thanks for stopping by. I am sure you will be surprised as to how well this product works.

By the way, welcome to HubPages! Glad to have you here!

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Pamela99 4 years ago from United States

This oil sounds great and I need all the help I can get. Thanks for sharing this information.

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HubTub 4 years ago from The Sunshine State Author

Hi, Pamela99: You are most welcome. I am sure you will truly see a drastic different in your hair. Thank you for visiting. :)

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Express10 4 years ago from East Coast

Sounds like a good one to try. I use olive oil if my hair gets dry but it's always good to have a couple of options in our arsenal :)

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HubTub 4 years ago from The Sunshine State Author

Hi, Express10: I would have to agree that this product would be a great addition to your arsenal. :) Thanks for stopping by! profile image 4 years ago

I like Hubs like this - tell you something hardly anyone knows. Most interesting that the oil in this is close to the natural oil in one's hair makes sense it would work then I suppose - - thanks for the tip HubTub!

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HubTub 4 years ago from The Sunshine State Author

Hi, psychicdog, and thanks for your kind comment! I stumbled upon this gem by accident and thought other people might benefit from knowing about it as well. You are most welcome for the tip. I am sure you will come to love this product, should you choose to try it.

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catgypsy 4 years ago from the South

I have to try this! I live in the South and have tried every anti-frizz product out there and none of them have worked really well. Thanks for this article!

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HubTub 4 years ago from The Sunshine State Author

Hi, catgypsy: You are welcome, and thank you for stopping by. I think you would really enjoy this. I was glad to see I could order it online the next time I need it. I am still on my first bottle. A lot goes a long way with this product.

DMVmimay 4 years ago

Thanks for the information, this hub done great! keep up :D Gonna try this soon...

ignugent17 4 years ago

Interesting and useful. I do hope I can find one in Walmart.

Voted up and more!

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HubTub 4 years ago from The Sunshine State Author

Hi, ignugent17, and thank you for your votes and kind comment. I hope you are successful in finding this product at Walmart. That would be awesome! If not, you can still find it at many other places, such as online at Amazon as well as an Ulta store, if there is one near you.

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HubTub 4 years ago from The Sunshine State Author

Hi, DMVmimay: Thank you! I am sure you will thoroughly enjoy it!

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serendipityme 3 years ago

I am a big fan of the Macadamia Oil Treatment this thing is amazing, before this product I used other Oils but left my hair all greasy, but not with the Macadamia one, I know it is expensive but a little bit goes a long way and it works amazing, thanks to this I have said goodbye to split ends.

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HubTub 3 years ago from The Sunshine State Author

Hi, serendipityme, and thanks for stopping in to share your experience. I have to admit I was also reluctant at first to use any "oil" product on my hair, due to the fact that I, too, felt it would leave my hair greasy. That is why I love this product so much. It has so many benefits, and unlike other products out there, this product truly does work!

Lakaya 3 years ago

Wow...15.00 for 2 ozs? You got ripped off. For half that price you can get a 8 oz bottle of pure macadamia nut oil from the soap dish. Make your own product...cheaper. personally...I use it strait from the bottle.

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HubTub 3 years ago from The Sunshine State Author

Hi, Lakaya! Thank you for dropping in to share your thoughts. Personally, I don't feel as though I got "ripped off." I am still using the same bottle I originally purchased over a year ago. A little of this product goes a long way. Secondly, I like the fact that this product doesn't leave my hair greasy. If I were to use macadamia nut oil in its pure form, I would surmise it would weigh down my hair, thus making me an unhappy camper. However, I am delighted to hear you have found a similar way of using macadamia nut oil that works for you!

Claire 2 years ago

You don't need to buy a minuscule bottle of macadamia nut oil for exorbitant prices. You can buy 1LT bottles of organic macadamia nut oil for roughly the same price as the small spray bottle you purchased.

I buy mine in bulk for around 20.00 per 1LT bottle from a soap and essential oil supplier. There are tons of them online you can purchase from.

After I wash my hair, I don't condition. I put a few drops of straight Macadamia Nut Oil in the palm of my hands, rub them together, and pluck it through the ends, then gently comb my hair out with a wide toothed comb.

Pretty simple, very cost effective, and my hair loves me for it.

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HubTub 2 years ago from The Sunshine State Author

Hi, Claire:

Thank you for stopping by to share your thoughts. I am glad to know that you're also a believer in the use of macadamia nut oil and that you are experiencing great results with the use of it.

I suppose everyone has their preferred method as to how they purchase their products. Thank you for sharing your own tip with myself and others.

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