Rahua by Amazon Beauty Is the Cat’s Meow

Lovin’ this line!

Yoga breathing right now so I can slow my roll…because my hair hasn’t been this glossy and soft and full in forever! — and now I’m ready to make it rain over at Rahua.

BREATHE, KAREN, BREATHE.

So, friend. You’ve probably seen Rahua around, yeah? Say it with me: “raw-wah.” It’s this hella hydrating line of of hair products (and some body things, too), and they’re carried at SpaceNK and Sephora.

The packaging has a silhouette of a lady with long locks drawing a bow and arrow (very Katniss Everdeen), and everything in the line has an ancient ingredient found deep in the Amazon rainforest called rahua oil. As the story goes, the women of the Ecuadorian Quecha-Shuar tribe have been using rahua oil for centuries to moisturize their hair and skin, because it is THE STUFF.

I’ve been bouncing back and forth between travel sizes of their different shampoos, conditioners and hair treatments, which are $9 each, and have had a series of epic hair days. Like, Oribe-caliber exceptional.

The Classic Shampoo and Conditioner (which also doubles as a leave-in), the Hydration Shampoo and Hydration Conditioner, the Color Full Hair Mask and the Founder’s Blend Hair & Scalp Treatment leave my wavy color-treated (and slightly dry at the moment) hair shiny, silky soft, bouncy and hydrated.

The only things I feel just so-so about are the Color Full Shampoo and Conditioner, because they aren’t as moisturizing as the other products (and moisture is my main motivation at the moment because the pool has been doing a number on my ends), but everything else I’ve tried from the line has me *this close* to forsaking all the other hair products sitting in my shower.

It’s fascinating to me how Rahua smooths frizzes, adds loads of glossy shine and moisturizes, all while removing all of the hair styling stuff I like to pile on, and it does this all without drying or weighing down the strands. Plus, the products don’t contain silicone or sulfates!

How do they do it? Must be the rahua oil.

It’s a mystery I’m happy to live with, even though the prices of the full-size bottles are on the spendy side, between $34-40 for a 9.3-oz. bottle of shampoo or conditioner, and $62 for a 7-oz. bottle of the Hair Mask.

If that’s too champagne wishes and caviar dreams for your budget right now, consider the sample sizes to try, or venture into your nearest SpaceNK to at least sniff the stuff, because I think the blend of nut, mint and plumeria notes is heavenly.

❤️❤️❤️ out of 5 hearts for the Color Full Line, and ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ 5 out of 5 hearts for everything else.

Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,

Karen

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