Does Nutree’s Amazonliss Keratin Treatment Actually Work?

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Back again with another product review! This time, it’s for hair care. Nutree has come out with Amazonliss, a 3-step at-home keratin process.

For those who know me, you’d know that when I’m frustrated with my hair, I put it up in a bun (which is 90% of the time- yay having frizzy, wavy hair!) That being said, you can only imagine the amount of damage my hair has because of this. Luckily, I hardly ever color my hair so the damage isn’t as bad as it COULD be, but still!

Before using this treatment- Granted, my hair was in braids before this, but you get the general idea!

I decided to do this when I had some free time (I know, free time?! What’s that?!) I’m glad I gave myself time to do this because the process took over 2 hours to finish. (Oh, AND you should test the product out on your wrist to make sure you don’t have a reaction to it!)

The first step is you are supposed to wash your hair a couple of times with their “Step 1” shampoo to cleanse and get it ready for treatment. I decided to wash my hair in the sink. It smelled nice and I had no unpleasant reactions. Drying it to 85% dryness (as per the instructions) was a pain though, especially because I have a LOT of hair!

The next step was the complicated one. After washing your hair a couple of times and drying it, you have to separate your hair out into parts. Please enjoy the silly pictures of me as I tried to achieve this…

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This is the part where you NEED to be in a well ventilated, large room AND wearing gloves (which are the ones I’m wearing in the picture above, included in the kit). I decided to use the master bedroom and bathroom in my house because it’s bigger than our normal bathroom. I had the window open and the fan blowing. When I first started putting the product on, I didn’t think it was bad at all. It had a nice aroma (even though I was trying to not directly inhale it). After a little while, I did notice that I needed to move under the fan more to air myself out because I would get a little woozy. Step two took the most time for me to complete because you had to dry each section of hair with cold air from a blow-dryer, plus I was occasionally taking breaks to not feel sick from fumes.

After this step was finally completed, it was time for me to straighten my hair out. Once I got all the pieces straightened (and my hair was really straight for the first time in a while!), I had to wash it again with the step 3 conditioner. I wanted to cry! I just worked so hard drying and straightening it and I was worried that effort would be wasted.

Don’t judge me, I was getting bored with smiling in photos!

Well, after washing my hair, it was not permanently straight but I definitely noticed that there were not as many waves as my hair usually has. I was glad that it did not get rid of my waves completely (sometimes they cooperate with me!), it seemed to manage them a bit better. I still had a bit of frizz, but it was not as poofy as normal and my hair felt pretty soft overall.

The future is now! 😉

My hair stayed nice for days after the treatment. I ended up washing my hair again with my Amika shampoo and conditioner and I noticed a bit more waves coming back, but again, still not AS many. Amika’s site says they are sulfate-free so I’m not exactly sure what’s going on there. There is a chance that because I bought their product from someplace other than a salon, it may not be working as well, as I read on their website.

Overall, I did enjoy using this product and I do think it made my hair slightly more manageable to work with, which I definitely appreciate. It was a long process and there is a chance that I messed up along the way so that could be why I didn’t have the best results. Next time I try this process out (it is recommended to wait a period of time before doing so), I will have a friend available to help me. 

It’s worth a shot to check out though! If you are interested in  seeing the step-by-step process, please check out

If you want to order for yourself, go to:!

Let me know what you think and what your results were. 🙂 

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