Aussie 3 Minute Miracle Deep Conditioner Review: I like it!

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Aussie 3 Minute Miracle Deep Conditioner Review: I like it!


Every natural hair girl knows that at the basis of premium hair care right beside shampoo and conditioners are deep conditioners, it is a staple to be found in every hair care regimen. The Aussie 3 Minute Moist Miracle Deep Conditioner is one of the best deep conditioners found in the natural hair care world today.

What is Aussie 3 Minute Miracle?

Aussie 3 Minute Miracle Deep Conditioner

Allure’s Best of Beauty 2011/2012 Award Recipient, the 3 Minute Miracle is a deep conditioner used to hydrate and moisturize hair. What are deep conditioners though? Deep conditioners are basically advanced conditioners that you use as a 20- 30 minute treatment for dry, damaged hair or just for that extra moisture. It is not to be used as a regular conditioner.

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What does this Unique Conditioner  do?

According to Amazon;

  • Turns dry hair into silky soft tresses
  • Miraculously revives dry hair in just 3 minutes 1x a week
  • Leaves hair smelling like a luscious blend of California orange, radiant grapefruit and succulent lime

But what does it really do? I have had Aussie as a staple deep conditioner in my wash day regimen for a year now and I would never give it up, NEVER. This product indeed leaves your hair feeling moisturized in half the time that other deep conditioners take. Usually the treatment takes about 20-30 minutes, but Aussie is different It takes only 3 minutes before you can wash it out and see the benefits of deep conditioners. It says it in the name “3 MINUTE MOIST MIRACLE”.

How do you use it?

Basically you follow the same procedure like every other deep conditioner EXCEPT for the time. You have the option of either leaving it in for 20-30 or for the 3 minutes.

And for those of you that don’t know the procedure for deep conditioning here it is.


  • After shampooing and conditioning apply deep conditioner to wet hair and leave for 20 – 30 minutes. (That’s it!)

Personally I like to do two strand twists with the deep conditioner in and place a shower cap and wrap a warm towel around my head to add steam to it, so that the deep conditioner will penetrate my hair more.

What’s in it?

Aussie 3 Minute Miracle Deep Conditioner

I will say that this amazing product does have one con, it isn’t all natural. Yes that’s right it contains, sulfates, parabens and silicones. That’s right I and many other members of the natural hair care community uses silicones and you know what for this product, it’s worth the silicones.

Ingredients: water, stearyl alcohol, cyclopentasiloxane, cetyl alcohol, stearamidopropyl dimethylamine, dimethicone, fragrance, aloe barbadensis leaf extract, simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) seed oil, ecklonia radiata extract, benzyl alcohol, edta, methylchloroiso- thiazolinone, methylisothia- zolinone, glutamic acid.

It comes in an 8 oz. squeezable bottle.

Where can you get this product?

You can buy this product on Amazon, Target, Walmart, EBay, pretty much anywhere, Aussie is worldwide. It usually costs somewhere around $5-$8. It has 4.4 out of 5 stars on Amazon with over 1000 reviews. (People love this stuff DESPITE the silicones).

Pros vs. Cons


  • It is cheap
  • The packaging is eye catching
  • Can be bought anywhere, online or in stores
  • Very Moisturizing


  • It contains silicones

15 thoughts on “Aussie 3 Minute Miracle Deep Conditioner Review: I like it!”

  1. Hmmm… This is g great topic because its suggestions pertaining beauty are things I had never heard of before. It contains information I might truly need. The product is not all natural but that might actually be best. I know natural products always seem to be better but I doubt it in this case. 

    • Everyone is jumping on this all-natural bandwagon and all natural is great but it all depends on what you see working for your hair and if the silicones do no harm, then hey work with it.

      • Wow I had never heard of that until just now Ashley. You know the information about the silicones and their effect on hair. Could you do a post on your website for us to learn more about that? Or do you already have a post about that on our website? Interesting

    • Thanks for stopping by and chiming in Linda. Ashley is my hair expert and I love learning from her. But Natural vs Silicone Hair products. Interesting debate.

  2. Being someone with hair on the dry side, I was immediately drawn to your site. The Aussie 3 Minute Miracle Deep Conditioner is just that. There are several natural ingredients in this product that, I’m sure bring great results to most that use it. Knowing where to purchase it and the positive “Pros,” most definitely sways my decision towards a sale. Thank you for this helpful review!

    • Hi Erin! Thanks for stopping by. Glad you like this piece by Ashley. I thought she did a fantastic job explaining to us this product as well! She is a super person and hair expert. I hope that she will stop by more

  3. I generally go for more natural products, but in this case I might be interested because I’m having some issues with dry “fly away” hair since I started going gray. I don’t want to color because a couple of years ago I had a reaction to the chemicals. This kind of treatment on a weekly basis may be what I need to keep my hair more manageable. And, it’s not like I would use it every day.

    Thanks for the suggestion! 🙂

  4. This looks like an interesting conditioner. All sounds pretty good, but I was confused by what you meant when you said the only con was that it wasn’t fully ‘natural’? Aren’t all conditioners non-natural to a degree? What makes this one different?

    The concept of deep conditioning sounds cool too, I hadn’t realized that you could do that! Thanks for this great article. 

    • Deep conditioners are all none natural to a degree. But when we say natural we’re talking about ingredients. Aussie isn’t all natural because it contains silicones.That’s what makes Aussie different because even though it contains silicones which is said to “harmful” to your hair. Aussie moisturizes and leaves your hair soft.

  5. This was a really interesting read.  Obviously this product looks to be tailored towards woman.  But is it possible for men to get the same benefits?  I have tried so many conditioners and very few seems to work.

    The fact that it isn’t all natural really doesn’t bother me,  I would just like a product that actually works.

    Thanks in advance

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