Finder Green Fave: HASK Curl Care 5-in-1 Leave-In Spray
This affordable, vegan-friendly beauty product could soon be part of your new curl care routine.
There's no shortage of curly-haired products on the market, but it's hard to find ones that are vegan-friendly, affordable and worth your money.
HASK stood out for hitting a home run with its Curl Care 5-in-1 Leave-In Spray made with a blend of coconut oil, argan oil and vitamin E. It promises to detangle and protect all curl patterns. Its 5 benefits include:
- Detangling to avoid breakage
- Up to 24-hour frizz control
- Sealing in moisture
- Thermal protection
- Softening and adding shine to your hair
It has a vegan formula and is free of silicones, sulfates, parabens, phthalates, gluten, drying alcohol and artificial colours.
What makes HASK Curl Care 5-in-1 Leave-In Spray eco-friendly?
HASK doesn't market itself as a sustainable company but it does have various initiatives that bring it front of mind when thinking of "green companies".
It doesn't test its products or ingredients on animals and it uses a vegan, clean formula for certain products including the leave-in spray.
The packaging of the spray is made from post-consumer recycled plastics and can be recycled after you've run out.
Do remember to read up on HASK's products before purchasing since not all of them are vegan-friendly.
I tried HASK's Curl Care Leave-In Spray and I love it
It's been a month since I started using the leave-in spray and I'm hooked because it does what it says and it costs under $10. Plus, it smells nice enough.
My colour-treated hair is normally dry, extremely tangled up and unruly, but the spray's been a lifesaver while I wait to get a much-needed haircut.
There's life in it, a bounce that was missing and it's so much easier to detangle and style. Of course, I still need my curl cream for full tameness, but I'll give the spray 10/10 for making my hair soft and easier to comb through.
I'm still a little dubious about the frizz control, but I reckon I need to work it through my hair better from what YouTube videos have shown me.
It's my first ever HASK product and I'm keen to try others in its vegan-friendly line-up.
Where can I buy it?
Amazon's a good place to start if you want quick delivery. By subscribing for a recurring order, you get to save a bit more money.
You could try Coles. At the time of writing, the supermarket giant was offering it for only $7.50.
Other options include Priceline and Chemist Warehouse, but Amazon comes out to be the cheapest, if you disregard any promos.