NuNATT NAAT Garlic Magic review

Disclaimer:  I was given products in this post for the purpose of review.  I was not paid in anyway to write this review.  All opinions are my own.
NuNATT NAAT Garlic Magic

This line works its magic at the roots, leaving hair with a fresh, clean scent and intense shine. 
Formulated with garlic extract, it cleanses the scalp of impurities and strengthens hair follicles 
to promote growth, health and a beautiful shine. It prevents dandruff, excessive oiliness and 
hair loss. 
 • Restores hair to a strong, healthy and natural state 
 • Formulated with garlic extract
 • Fresh, clean scent (no garlic smell) 
 • Fights dandruff, excessive oiliness and hair loss
 • Suitable for all hair types. Ideal for slow-to-grow and fragile hair.
NAAT Treament Presentations: 

NAAT Garlic Magic Collection Includes:
 • 500ml/ 16.8 fl oz Shampoo 
 • 500ml/ 16.8 fl oz Conditioner
 • 300ml/ 10.5 fl oz Styling Leave-in 
 • 500ml/17.6 fl oz Intense Hydration Hair Mask 

Okay so how many of you read garlic and hair care and got a bit scared!  LOL Don't worry me too!  I want to start off by telling you that you can't smell the garlic at all!!  I was so afraid that I was going to be walking around smelling like pizza hehe.  It wasn't the case to be honest the product actually has an amazing fresh scent to it that leaves you wanting to keep using it over and over again!  I have thick hair that tends to be all over the place.  No I don't mean it looks like I stuck my fingers in a electric socket.  What I mean is one day my hair will be dry the next oily and the next in-between.  Its hard to shop for products because I never know what kinda hair day I will be having.  I love that NAAT Garlic line takes care of it since its a scalp cleanser!  Taking care of any build no matter what it is.

It left my hair with a super pretty healthy shine and it also gave it an amazing smell :)!  In the photo below I"m trying to show you how shiny and healthy my hair looks after just 2 weeks of using the products :)
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