"Designed to restore chemically treated hair's natural velvety shine and spledor as the unique formula contains cocoa butter and Brazil nut oils to revitalize and restore moisture. The alluring chocolate fragrance is also a special treat for those looking for a little extra self-indulgence."
Chocolat Creamy Shampoo $6.49
What it claims: Gently cleanses while moisturizing and protecting the hair shaft from further damage caused by sunlight and chemical treatments.
Rating 3/5: The shampoo lathered pretty good and cleansed my hair really well, but that's it. As far as moisturizing goes, it did nothing for my hair. I was expecting some softness to my hair, but it felt like wet straw afterwards.
Chocolat Cream Mask $6.99
What it claims: For a deep penetrating action with lasting results, the Chocolat Cream Mask is the ultimate conditioning experience providing a deep and restorative conditioning to hair damaged by the harsh elements or chemical treatments. For best results, use weekly by massaging a generous portion into your hair and leave on for twenty minutes before rinsing.
Rating 4/5: After I shampooed, I applied the deep conditioning mask to my hair and left it on for about an hour instead of the twenty minutes that it instructs. After I rinsed, my hair was soft, but not as soft as I'm used to getting as I do with my ORS Olive Oil Replenishing conditioner. Maybe I could tweak it a bit by adding coconut or olive oil to it for more moisture.
Chocolat Anti-frizz Therma Active $7.49
What it claims: Formulated to reduce frizz, the Chocolat Special Anti-Frizz is activated upon styling with a blow dryer or straightening iron. Simply apply evenly on wet hair before styling to activate.
Rating 5/5: I really like this product! It totally smoothed my hair and it remained smooth for about a week. I didn't even have to flat iron my hair to get the sleek look, loves it!
Overall, the products were okay. They weren't bad, but they weren't the best either. The Anti-Frizz cream is definitely a keeper for me, but the rest of the products I'll probably use for back-ups in case I run out of any of my staple products. The prices are affordable, so even if you decide to try it for yourself and your hair doesn't agree with it, at least you didn't spend a ton of money on it. I will do a review of the Chocolat Shake conditioner on my next wash day so stay tuned.
Have you tried the Chocolat Special line from nuNaat yet? What product(s) did you try and what was your experience?