Why I Switched From Pureology To Using MONAT Hair Products

From as long as I can remember, I always use good products on my skin. Afterall, it is the largest organ of the body. Did you know that in total, the skin accounts for about 16 percent of a person’s total body weight. And most adults’ skin weighs in at 20 pounds or more? And that the hair is the fastest growing modified skin on the body? That’s sort of a big deal. So doesn’t it make perfect sense, that whatever you put on your skin and hair is the best that it can be?

I don’t know about you, but I invest on my skin and hair. I get regular, haircuts and color. Speaking of color, come back here on my blog and I’ll tell you what I use, that’s for another blog topic. So going back to products, I only use products that my hair stylists recommend. After all, they are the experts! Alterna, Aveda, Big Sexy Hair, Bumble and Bumble, Moroccan Oil, Pureology, Wen, been there, done all of that!

As I get older and wiser, I am more picky about what I use. I’m more conscious about reading the labels and I want to know where the products come from and whether or not the company’s mission is something that aligns with my beliefs. In short, they need to be chemical free, cruelty free and sustainable.

As good as Pureology has been for me for many years, either my hair has changed or the product has, it just stopped giving me the results I expect from a premium product. Rumor has it, it’s the latter. Here you can check for yourself, the Pureology ingredients listed are subpar to my standards. Anyway, I can only tell you my personal experience with it. The results for me, my hair felt dry, lacked body, tangly and frizzy, didn’t have a nice clean smell, and I noticed thinning as well.

Why I Switched From Pureology To Using MONAT Hair Products

Anyway, long story short, I was introduced to a hair product called MONAT. Boy, has my life changed! After just one use, I noticed the texture of my hair changed from dry to soft and velvety, from tangly and frizzy to more manageability and the smell? WOW! So light and fresh and clean smelling. After just one use, I was sold! The only thing is it’s not available in stores anywhere. You have to buy MONAT online.  The beauty is they have a 30 day risk-free, money back guarantee. So I have the option of doing that. I figured if a company would offer that, they have to be legit.

One thing you have to know about me, I don’t beat around the bush. If I find a product I like, I go for it. MONAT’s products are TOP-NOTCH! It’s a premium product, that provides outstanding results. So, I went for it and signed up to be a Market Partner. If I don’t have to pay full-price for anything I won’t. So with up to 45% discount and FREE products, YES! Sign me up!

So fast forward to six weeks of using MONAT, I have noticed my hair to be velvety soft, seriously! I’ve never felt my hair this soft back so many years ago before I started processing it with color and highlights. I wish you could touch it and feel what I feel. So you’ll just have to trust me. It is freakin’ soft! And the tangles? All gone, especially when I use the Balance System, complete with the Replenish Masque, OMG, I don’t have to use a detangler to comb my hair. Extra savings there! And the body? VAVOOM! It gets even better after three days of not washing it. Did you hear that?! Three days!! I can go three days without washing my hair with MONAT! And the smell? Just as amazing as day one! Oh and most importantly? I’m not shedding as much anymore either. I can literally count the number of hairs that comes off when I shower. And furthermore, I have lots of baby hairs growing where I used to be thinning. <- More on that too later on another blog post. AND. Did I mention, MONAT is chemical and cruelty free, uses sustainable products and is made in the USA!!

So if you’re not convinced yet, please message me and I’d be happy to send you a sample so you can try it out for yourself. I’d love to hear your experience with MONAT!



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Hello Readers!

When I started this Just {BE} blog about a year ago, I wanted it to be a “one stop shop”. I wanted to write about anything I love and passionate about….anything goes, no rules, no limits.

At first thought, it was a good idea. I can just write about anything in one spot. I don’t like to be restricted with anything I do. But after a while, being around different things, seeing and hearing different perspectives, it made more sense to separate things.

When I had my first-ever blog about 6 years ago, I treated that more like an online journal. Guess what?! That’s how blogs used to be back then. Without the help of social media or Triberr or anything that helps drive traffic to your site, your blogs don’t really have a good chance of being read.

But fast forward to today, I created JW Social Media since my networks are getting more broad, I need to have a blog that reaches different audience. I don’t want to bother my social media network about a food recipe, or a local restaurant or wine review and vice-versa.

So yes, as much as defied what I read a year ago, about a blog needing to have more focus, I am now admitting a year later, that a blog should have some type of direction. On that note, I’m revamping my site and for starters, I’m separating out any posts I have about social media and putting them on my JW Social Media website. I’m working on a foodie blog too, but maybe in a few months. I’ll keep you posted.

So, please make sure to visit me at my new site, OK? I’m starting fresh there and I need some comments. Your pictures will show up in my “Top Commenters” spot, I promise! 😉

Be well!

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