Why: Originally when I purchased this I was looking for something other that coconut oil and I came across this at a Walmart walk the aisle event.
Where Purchased: Walmart. But I know you can get this at Sally’s also.
When: I use this in my sealing step to my wash and go (I found it to be too light for my twistout), and mid-week to seal after applying a moisturizer or water to my hair. I also use this on my daughter’s hair for the same purposes and to her scalp when her hair is in braids and her scalp gets extremely itchy.
How it Works: This oil is on my HG list!! It has been a favorite since I discovered it in January earlier this year. My hair and my daughters hair both love it. You only need a little bit, it doesn’t weigh my hair down. It absorbs very easily and stays with my hair, I’m never left feeling greasy or worse that dry brittle feeling. It comes in a 4 oz tin spray bottle, another plus I save the empty bottle for other oils and oil mixes and they spray out nicely. NOTE: I spray this in my hands, and rub my hands to together then rub through my hair focusing on my ends.
Product Description: Yellowish, very light weight , smells like….hmmmm light and fresh.
Price: $9.99 per bottle. Though this may seem like a lot for 4 oz., I promise you a little goes a long way. This has been my staple sealer since January. I’m just finishing up my 3rd bottle.
Buy Again: Yes!
List of Ingredients: Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil, Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, Coco Nut Oil, Tiare Flower, Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree) Leaf Oil, Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Extract, Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Extract.
Glycerin Free, Paraben Free,Protein Free, Silicone Free, Sulfate Free
About the Author (Author Profile)My name Danielle ..for short Dani. I'm 36 recently married to my long time love of my life. We have a 9 year old daughter who is also natural. My hair story made short is at some point about 6 years ago I realized I didn't need relaxers as often, so I would go 5, 6, 7 months without one. Then someone about 2 years ago says hey why not try a texturizer. I did and treated it the same way as I did the relaxers 6 or 7 months between them. Then my bestie Mo, says lets go natural. Ok I say, not realizing I had already done some of the transitioning stage, So my transition was short, I would trim every few weeks. I basically lived for twist outs and I also rocked a lot of buns and pony tails. Once I cut the last bit of relaxed hair I set forth to conquer the wash n go and develop a healthy hair routine for myself and my daughter. trying to figure out 2 heads of hair can be tough. But we are very close. Just need to work out a few kinks ( no pun intended..ha haha ).
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