Monday, December 30, 2013

REVIEW: Aussie 3 Minute Miracle Deeeeeep Conditioner

As some of you might know, I am obsessed with hair products and hair care! Personally, I feel like my hair is my best feature and therefore, I feel the need to take extra care of it. Now, my hair is long and while I don't expose it to heat often, the ends of my hair have gotten a bit dry and damaged. I've heard some amazing reviews of the Aussie 3 Minute Miracle Deeeeep Conditioner and having used it for a couple of months now, I feel like I can give a very in depth review of this product. 

WHAT IT CLAIMS: Deeeep conditioning for damaged 'dos. Super deep conditioning for a seriously simple fix to dry, damaged hair in minutes. Miraculous? We think so. 

WHAT I THINK ABOUT IT: If you've been reading my blog from the start, you'll know that I LOVE my Macadamia Natural Oil Deep Repair Masque but I have been looking for an alternative to that since it is so darn expensive and I think I've finally found it. 

The Aussie 3 Minute Miracle claims to deep condition your hair in just three minutes. I find that this is true to word as I've left this in my hair from three minutes to about twenty minutes and the results have been the same every time. It really does soften my hair and makes it really silky and shiny. The ends of my hair feel less dry and damaged with prolonged use of this product. The only thing this conditioner doesn't help with is split ends, but I've yet to come across a product that successfully repairs split ends. 

This conditioner comes in a 236 mL squeeze bottle and it smells like coconut. The scent lingers in my hair after I've washed out the conditioner. I like to use this about twice a week since I don't suffer from any major hair damage and I'm certainly very pleased with the results. 

PRICE AND AMOUNT: This is priced at USD $3.59 ( although prices many vary depending on where you get yours from. It contains 236 mL or 8 fl oz of product. 

AVAILABILITY: You can purchase this from a variety of facebook stores if you live in Pakistan. For folks outside of Pakistan, this is available on


-It is inexpensive 

-It makes your hair really smooth and shiny 

-It repairs damaged hair after prolonged use 

-It smells really great 


-It doesn't really do anything for your split ends 

OVERALL VIEW: This is a great, great alternative to more expensive deep conditioners. I think I'm going to stick to this one from now on since it ticks all the boxes for me. Have you tried the Aussie 3 Minute Miracle Deeeep Conditioner? What do you think of it? 

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  1. Hey Warisha! :) I've used Aussie 3-Minute Miracle Reconstructor and it is almost like this deep condition. I'm sure there are better things out there, but for this price, it is amazing! :)

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    1. Aww, thank you! Will definitely check out your blog. :) x

  2. Wow...this seems good :) Thanks for sharing

  3. I heard many good reviews about this product but never tried since i have very thin and light hair looking something to give volume and shine :)

    1. You might want to use more volumizing products then, since this conditioner makes your hair really silky. x

  4. ahan nice product ist time read the review

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