Review: TUKKA Naturals Le’Moka Conditioning Hair Mask tukka lemoka conditioning hair maskProduct Name: Le’Moka Conditioning Hair Mask

Price:  $19.50 8oz

Availability: Online at

Product Description:   Le’Moka Conditioning Hair Mask is an all natural moisture infusing conditioner made with 100% pure organic dark chocolate. Le’Moka is specially formulated to improve the moisture balance of dry, brittle, wavy, curly, color treated, chemically treated, and relaxed hair. Made with natural hair loving ingredients. Regular usage will strengthen and improve the moisture content of your hair leaving it stronger, smooth, silky and full of bounce.

Scent: This product smells like chocolate which was amazing for me because when I used it Lent had just ended and I gave up chocolate for Lent. Soooo I was in heaven. Lol.
Consistency: Thick but it reminds me more of a mud than a conventional, thick, creamy deep conditioner.

Ingredients:  This product is made with ORGANIC CHOCOLATE in it!!! Purified Water, Buttermilk, Cocoa Butter, Behentrimonium Methosulfate (BTMS), Cocoa Liquor (Organic Dark Chocolate), Glycine Betaine (Beet) Sugar, Cetyl Alcohol, Propanediol (Corn) Sugar, Hydroxypropyltimonium Honey (Honeyquat), Hydrolyzed Milk Protein, Panthenol, Gluconodeltalactone and Sodium Benzoate (Natural Preservative). *Ecocert certified plant derived ingredients

My Experience:   I separated my hair into four sections and cleansed with the Cha’Cha Natural Sulfate Free Shampoo. After rinsing out the shampoo I applied this product to each section and then put on my Hair Therapy Wrap for 30 minutes. After I rinsed the product out I applied the detangling leave-in, sealed and styled as usual. Even though I had a detangling product, I did try detangling with only this in my hair (I do that with all deep conditioners). I definitely don’t recommend trying to detangle with this in your hair – even though this is supposed to have extra slip. I would suggest using the products according to the instructions.
Pros: It smells delicious and felt really good when I was applying it. The product does what it claims it’s going to do, it’s made with amazing ingredients and it smells divine. It left my hair really soft.
Cons:  None.

Final Thoughts:   I really like this treatment. I would buy this for times when I want to give my hair a “treat”. It left my hair moisturized and smelling good.

Have you heard of Tukka Naturals? Have you tried their products? If so, what did you think?


More Information about the Product –

Benefits: Made with 100% Pure Organic Dark Chocolate; Deeply Conditions Hair; Non Greasy Formula; Natural Antioxidant; Infuses Hair With Moisture; High in Vitamin A; No Artificial Fragrance; No Artificial Colors; No Harsh Chemicals; Environmentally Friendly; No Silicones. 100% Natural Plant Derived Ingredents; Ecocert Certified Ingredents; – The Fragrance is 100% Pure Chocolate, Provides Slip For Easy Comb Out & Detangling Without Silicones; Improves Moisture Content of Hair; Strengthens Hair and Helps Prevent Breakage.

Note: Our Propanediol is a 100% natural corn sugar derived ingredient that eliminates skin irritation, improves moisture binding activity to hydrate the skin and is environmentally sustainable. (Not to be confused with petro chemical Propylene Glycol (1,2 propanediol) which is known to cause skin and eye irritation.)

How to Use: Cleanse hair with a sulfate free cleanser/shampoo depending on the state of your hair. Evenly distribute Le’Moka Conditioning Hair Mask from roots to ends. Cover hair with a shower cap for 20 to 30 minutes to allow Le’Moka to penetrate the hair. Thoroughly rinse hair. Apply our KoKo du Lait All Natural Leave-in Conditioner. Style hair as usual.

Depending on your hair type use Le’Moka once or twice a week.


2 responses to “Review: TUKKA Naturals Le’Moka Conditioning Hair Mask

  1. thank you so much for the recommendation, I use pro naturals moroccan argan oil hair mask which is really nice for hair, leaves it soft, shiny and healthy.

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