Carol’s Daughter recently launched their Marula Curl Therapy line last week and if you're anything like us, you like to see how a product works on all sorts of curl patterns before you buy it. Luckily, many of our favorites have been trying this line and sharing their results. Our own writer Diane Mary has chemically-treated hair, which tends to have a higher porosity level, and in her recent review of the line she shared that she was quite impressed! Mo Knows Hair recently gave a democreating her signature wash and go while I Know Lee achieved soft, shiny, and bouncy curls with a large perm rod set. In this tutorial, vlogger AlexandrasGirlyTalk demonstrates how she uses Carol’s Daughter Marula Curl Therapy to revive her curls from a straightened style. 

If your curls have been lacking bounce and definition, you'll want to see the transformation of Alexandra's before and after.

Tools and Products

What is marula oil?

Sister Scientist gives us the scoop and recommends it for hot oil treatments and scalp treatments to help retain moisture. This product is ideal for low porosity, fine-haired curlies, coilies, and wavies, but as always, you should try a product before dismissing it.


  1. Apply the Marula Curl Therapy Softening Hair Mask to dry hair and allow it to sit for 10 min.
  2. Cleanse with the no suds Marula Curl Therapy Gentle Cream Cleanser. 
  3. Scrunch your hair with a t-shirt before applying the Marula Curl Therapy Diffusing & Styling Lotion. This is a moisturizer, styler, and heat protectant in one. Winning? I think so. Remember, this line is meant for lightweight moisture so the thought in formulating this multi-purpose styling product was brilliant. 
  4. Plop with t-shirt for a few hours to reduce frizz, maintain moisture, and encourage curl definition.
  5. Release your hair and fluff with Marula Curl Therapy Softening Serum.
  6. Optional: Clip the front portion out of the way and start curling your hair with a curling iron or curling wand.


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