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Original Moxie Oasis Moisture Gel Reveiw

23 Feb

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Hey Ya’ll!

Okay, I had been waiting to take my mini twists down to use this product and boy was it killing me. I’ve been wanting to try this product since I seen YT’s Chary Jay’s reveiw and style on this gel. I used the Just gel back in October I believe it was and had a good experience so I was really looking forward to using the Oasis moisture gel. After wearing my hair out two weekends in a row for my B’day it was time to get back on my protective styling. I decided to do a flat twist updo.

Description– Has your hair lost it’s groove? Get it back with this miracle treatment that restores life to damaged strands. The initials are “OMG” for a reason. Sodium Lactate, a powerful, naturally occurring humentant, attracts moisture and binds it to the hair, creating a dramatic improvement in softness and body after just one use. Who needs to live in a desert when you can have an Oasis at your fingertips?

Ingredients– Aqua (Water), Vegetable Glycerin***, Aloe barbadensis Leaf Preserved With Potassium Sorbate*** & Citric Acid***, Sodium Lactate, Polyquaternium-10, Tocopherol*** (Vitamin E), Hydrolyzed Silk***, Phenoxyethanol (and) Caprylyl Glycol (and) Sorbic Acid , Panthenol, Simmondsia chinensis (Jojoba) Oil, Essential Oils of Santalum album (Sandalwood), Citrus aurantium amara (Neroli), Coriandrum sativum L. (Coriander), & Citrus aurantifolia (Lime).

Instructions– Rake through wet hair and distribute evenly. Use a small amount for fine, thin hair and a generous amount for thick hair. Do not rinse out. Follow with your usual styling treatment.

My Experience–  I started my style on air dried wash and conditioned hair, I later dampened my hair with just water & aloe vera juice as I styled it to make it easier to manipulate. The Oasis moisture gel has a similar consistency to the Just gel, without the stickiness because the Oasis gel isn’t a flexseed based gel, I honestly don’t understand what gives this gel it’s hold but something does!  The color and scent of the gels differ as well the Oasis gel is clear and the Just gel is a yellow/brown color. The Oasis gel has a clean herbal scent and the Just gel has a minty herbal scent. The Oasis gel smooths on the hair nicely and defines curls. My hair had a nice shine and held quite well. My hair didn’t dry out or feel crunchy, well except for a couple of the twists I retwisted but that was my fault because I applied more gel as I retwisted. I really enjoyed this gel, it’s a really good gel everything I look for in a gel hold, shine and no crunch. You don’t need to use alot of product I still have a little more than half of my 1oz sample.

Final Say–  Overall I enjoyed the Oasis gel along with the other two products I was sent to try. The Oasis gel  has a good hold and gave great definition my hair didn’t feel dry or crunchy when I unraveled my twists. My hair had a nice shine too. Oasis gel is the perfect gel for those who like a gel with a firm  lasting hold without having dry and crunchy and sometimes flacky hair. Now I did find that the twists I used the extra gel on had a slight crunch and a little flaking, but as I said before that’s my fault because I added the extra gel. So be careful not to over apply.

Ms. Racheal really put some time and research into these products, the ingredients are very nourishing  and my hair responds well to them. I will be trying more of Original Moxie’s products. I think Original has become my luxury staple line, whenever they have an awesome sale I will definitely be purchasing full sizes of several of the products I have already tried. I LOVE this line despite the prices.

Price–  $5 -1 oz, $12 -4oz, $22-8oz

These products can be found http://www.OriginalMoxie.com

Here’s some picture of the style & how it transformed

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Original Moxie Product Review: Intense Quench Conditioner & Just Gel

11 Dec

A few months ago I was contacted by the creator and owner of the popular natural hair care line Original Moxie for a product review. I was sent three items to try out Intense Quench Conditioner, Just Gel and Oasis Gel. Three product that I had been eyeballing since I made a purchase from them back in April. My initial thoughts of the line is the products are amazing, they’re made with really good, high quality ingredients and my hair seemed to respond well to them so I was excited about reviewing these products. Original Moxie line does fall into the high end category, meaning that the products are expensive, BUT  in my opinion they are worth every penny based on how good my hair felt. I LOVE this line and can’t wait until I’m able to try more from them.

DescriptionIntense Quench Conditioner; Many conditioners are like empty calories for your hair, a fleeting feeling of slippery goodness followed by disappointing results. But our unique blend of botanicals, herbs, proteins and emollients are like a smoothie for your hair, nourishing from the inside out. Hibiscus encourages strong growth and strawberry adds shine. Not only does it bathe your senses like a trip to the spa, it delivers stronger, softer, healthier hair. So give your thirsty hair what it really wants-Intense Quench.

Just Gel– Flexibility is the name of the game for this unique gel. Whether your hair is pin straight or tightly curled, this alcohol-free formula infused with botanicals extracts and fortified with Vitamin E and Panthenol, will deliver frizz control and a touchable hold without the dried-out crunchies!

Directions– Intense Quench; Work a liberal amount through wet hair, for thick hair apply in sections. Massage into the scalp and work through to the ends of your hair. Finger comb through to remove any knots. Leave in for several minutes then rinse out. *TIP* For extra conditioning, place your hair underneath a plastic cap and sit under dryer, heating cap, or steamer. Then rinse.

Just Gel- Work through wet hair after all other styling products have been applied. Use more for extra control and less for softer styles. Style as usual.

Ingredients– Intense Quench; Aqua (Water), Aqueous Extracts of Hibiscus sabdariffa* (Hibiscus Flower) & Fragaria Vesca (Strawberry) Fruit, Vegetable Glycerin***, Behentrimonium Methosulfate (and) Cetearyl Alcohol, Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein***, Aqueous Extracts of Zingiber officinalis (Ginger) Root, Hypericum perforatum* (St. John’s Wort), Yucca glauca**(Yucca) Root, Equisetum arvense*(Horsetail), Chondrus crispus**(Irish Moss), Emblica officinalis (Indian Gooseberry) & Azadirachta indica* (Neem), Sodium Lactate, Glycine Soja (Soy) Wax, Caprylic-Capric TG (Fractionated Coconut Oil and/or Palm Kernel Oil), Virgin Triticum Vulgare (Wheat Germ) Oil, Dimethicone, Sorbitol***, Cyclopentasiloxane, Phenoxyethanol (and) Caprylyl Glycol (and) Sorbic Acid, Polyquaternium-10, Theobroma grandiflorum (Cupuaçu) Butter, Virgin Olea Europaea* (Olive) Oil Infused With Ascophyllum nodosum* (Kelp), Azadirachta indica* (Neem), Emblica officinalis (Indian Gooseberry), Equisetum arvense* (Horsetail), Symphytum officinale* (Comfrey) Root, Urtica dioica* (Nettle), & Yucca glauca**(Yucca) Root, Acacia Gum, Tocopherol*** (Vitamin E), Honey (and) Maltodextrin***, Hydrolyzed Silk***, Panthenol, Citric Acid***, Menthol***, Polyaminopropyl Biguanide, Essential Oils of Mentha spicata (Spearmint), Lavandula officinalis (Lavender), Cymbopogon martinii var. motia (Palmarosa), Coriandrum sativum L. (Coriander), Litsea cubeba, Bergaptene-Free Citrus bergamia (Bergamot), & Citrus aurantifolia (Lime).

*Certified Organic        ** Wildharvested        *** Natural Source

Just Gel- Linum usitatissimum* (Flax) Seed Gel, Aqua (Water), Vegetable Glycerin***, Aqueous Extracts of Hypericum perforatum* (St. John’s Wort), Yucca glauca**(Yucca) Root, Emblica officinalis (Indian Gooseberry), Equisetum arvense*(Horsetail), Chondrus crispus**(Irish Moss), Azadirachta indica* (Neem), & Zingiber officinalis (Ginger) Root, Aloe barbadensis Leaf Preserved With Potassium Sorbate*** & Citric Acid***, Ricinus communis (Castor) Oil, Sodium Lactate, Potassium Sorbate***, Polyquaternium-10, Polyaminopropyl Biguanide, Sorbitol***, Acacia Gum, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Honey (and) Maltodextrin***, Tocopherol*** (Vitamin E), Panthenol, Citric Acid***, Simmondsia chinensis (Jojoba) Oil, Essential Oils of Citrus reticulata blanco var. tangerina (Tangerine), Citrus sinensis (Sweet Orange), Vanilla planifolia (Vanilla), Cananga odorata (Ylang Ylang), Jasminum grandiflorum (Jasmine), Santalum album (Sandalwood), Litsea cubeba, & Thuja plicata (Cedar Leaf).
*Certified Organic        ** Wildharvested        *** Natural Source

My Experience–  Intense Quench conditioner; let me start off by saying I really enjoyed this conditioner. It has a light minty/herbal scent and the consistency is creamy and has a silky slip to it.  After I washed my hair I applied the Intense Quench to my hair and immediately I noticed that the product just soaked into my hair. It softened my hair on contact, if my hair wasn’t already pretty much detangled I still wouldn’t have had a problem detangling. My hair felt silky, soft and moisturized, and I just really love the way that it soaked into my hair, up until a few months ago I had never used a silcone-free conditioner and the first thing I noticed when I used Tresemme’s Natural,  Honey Hemp conditioner and Intense Quench they soaked into my strands verses just sitting on top. After sealing with a little coconut oil I put on my plastic cap and sit under my conditioning cap for an hour. My hair was wonderfully soft once I removed the caps off my head, my hair was so soft and felt so good I didn’t even want to  rinse my hair out, like it was really that serious! Lol Once I did rinse I found that my hair felt the same as it did with the conditioner still in it just no slip, I FREAKING love this conditioner!

Just Gel– The gel has almost the same scent as the Intense Quench conditioner but the Just Gel has more of a citrus kick to it and the minty scent seems to be a little more faint. It’s a flexseed based gel so the consistency is slimy, run and kind of  thick but it has a silky feel to it, it puts me in the mind of shampoo without the stickiness (if that makes sense). I used this gel to do the flat twists my hair for the low manipulation style I shared last month. The gel applies smooth and silky it defined my curls and gave a very good hold, as you see in the picture on the post I have on the style you can see that my flat twists did not frizz much at all and that picture was taken a week after I initially styled. It gave a nice sheen too. My hair did not feel hard or crunchy my hair felt soft the entire time. This is a really good gel!

Final Say– I really like Original Moxie’s products, some are a little pricey but I feel that the ingredients and the results are well worth the money. A little goes a long way with these products so you won’t have to use a lot of product to achieve your results. The shipping is great I received my products very quick, Original Moxie is made here in Michigan so I got my products in like 2 days. Ms. Rachel is friendly, very interactive with her friends and customers which to me shows that she really values good customer service. My most favorite thing about this line is that all of the products are sold in mini size for you to sample for only $5, for me this is so bomb because it gives you the chance to try out the products without having to purchasing the full size. Original Moxie recently started selling their minis in a little bundle deal so you can try up to four products for less than $20, That’s What ‘s Up!

The Intense Quench conditioner is great for a deep conditioner, my thirsty dry hair seems to respond to products with nourishing ingredients that will penetrate my strands and leave it soft, manageable and moisturized. This conditioner did just that because there are no cones in this conditioner my hair is able to soak up all the nourishing ingredients  really penetrating my strands, leaving my roots very soft and pliable once my hair had completely air-dried.  A little goes a long way with this product, the consistency had me a little worried at first because it’s not as thick as I like prefer my conditioners to be, but to my surprise it performed better than any of the conditions I’ve tried for deep conditioning. I would definitely buy this conditioner my hair loves the ingredients and I loved the results!

The Just Gel is a wonderful gel, I developed a love-hate relationship with Eco-Styler gel the hold is always amazing but the dryness and crunch I not a fan of. Since I finished my 32oz container of Eco styler Olive Oil, I have been wanting a alcohol-free gel and Just gel is it! This gel went on smooth and really defined my curls, my hair had a nice sheen and the hold was very good. Just as with the Intense quench a little goes a long way you don’t need to apply globs of it to achieve curl definition. My hair felt moisturized soft, not all dried out and crunchy like Eco-Styler makes my hair feel. I really like how it has  a silky slip to it which would make a good gel to do style finger coils, twists, and many other styles. Yes, I would buy Just Gel.

I have yet to try the Oasis gel but when I do, I bet the results are going to be fab!

Where to purchase these products: http://www.OriginalMoxie.com or http://www.Curlmart.com

Price: Intense Quench Conidtioner– 1 oz $5, 8 oz $18, 16 oz $34

Just Gel– 1 oz $5, 8 oz $18, 16 oz $30

Thanks for stopping by and until next

Peace and Blessings

Have a happy HHJ

Ambee

*Disclaimer* These products were sent to me by Original Moxie. I was not paid to do this review. This is my HONEST opinion.

Basic tools for Natural Hair

29 Nov

I sooo want this comb!

Going natural and starting a regimen along with trying to find products and tools can be overwhelming. The one thing you should remember is to keep it simple especially in the beginning. It’s so easy to become a product junkie and start buying into every product or tool you see on YouTube and the blogs. Another thing to remember is that what works for someone else may not work for you even if you’re related or have a similar hair type, so always do lots of research by watching and reading reviews on products before you go out and purchase products and tools. You should also keep in mind that you don’t need to spend lots of money on products either a lot of products many naturals use can be found in your kitchen cabinets or in your local drugstores, grocery stores, or health food stores.  Anywho, I wanted to share the basic tools I’ve used through out my journey so far and maybe it can help someone looking to start their own regimen.

1. Sulfate free shampoo- Sulfate free shampoos cleanses your hair without all the harsh cleansers that are found in your regular shampoos, which strips your hair of everything even it’s natural oils causing your hair to feel dry and sometimes become matted.

2. Conditioners-Conditioners have so many purposes in a natural’s regimen they can be used for deep conditioning, rinse out conditioning treatments after washes, co-washes, leave-ins and some can even be used a stylers. (Make sure to read the labels or instructions to determine whether a conditioner should be used as a leave-in, rinse out, or deep conditioner but all three should have a place in your regimen)

3. Detangling tools- Detangle tools can vary from your fingers, to wide tooth combs, paddle brushes, The Tangle Teezer, Denmen brushes and many many others. These tools help you to detangle your hair and remove shed hairs & tangles, they’re also good for smoothing product through your hair for a more even distribution.

4. Oils- Oils are a MUST in every natural’s regimen. Oils help to seal in the moisture in your strands after applying water or a water based product to your strands. Oils are another mutli-purpose product, you can use your oils as a hot oil treatment,  a pre-poo treatment, to baggy your ends, oil rinses, sealing your ends, to help reduce frizz when unraveling twists or braids, adding to your conditioners for an extra lil kick or to add slip to a conditioner for detangling.

5. Spray bottle filled with water- Another must have for any natural, water is the best moisturizer for natural hair. You can use your spray bottle to re-wet your hair if it starts to dry while you’re styling or detangling.

6. Applicator bottles (optional)- Applicator bottles are great to have on hand to store your oils in. Because the bottle top has an applicator tip it’s easier to apply oil to your scalp and hair without having to pour it in your hands and have  it running all down your arms. I hate that! ;(

7. Hair pins, clips, headbands, and other accessories (optional)- Hair pins, bobby pins, headbands and other accessories are essential in a regimen. These simple accessories could be just what you need to change or spice up a hairstyle. No matter if you have a TWA or waist-length hair you can never have to many hair accessories.

8. A pair hair shears- This is another essential in your regimen, you should keep a good pair of shears on hand to keep your ends trimmed, dusted and to cut out SSKs or tangles.

9. Styling aids- Styling aids come in many different variations; creams, butters, pomades, gels, gel-creams, and many others and help hold your twist, braids, curls, and coils in place to create your styles.

10. Flexi rod or perm rods- Curling rods are great to have on hand to do curly styles, braid/twist ~n~ curl outs, adding curls to the ends of twists and braids, and they’re a transitioner’s bestfriend because they create a curl that helps blend the two different hair textures together (the new growth and relaxed ends).

11. Butterfly clips or clips- These help you to keep your hair in place and sectioned off as you apply product or style your   hair.

12. Last but definitely not least is a satin scarf, bonnet or pillowcase – You will need a least one of these things to protect your hair from those cotton sheets, pillows and pillowcases and blankets from sucking the moisture out your hair while you’re sleeping. No more waking up to broken hairs on your pillows and sheets! *TIP* You should buy at least two bonnets, pillowcases, and/or scarves to rotate between, the oils still soak through the fabrics some, so you’ll need to wash them often to prevent your face from breaking out. 🙂

Oh! and one more last thing, one of the most important things you’ll need along your journey is patience. It is so important to remain patient during your journey no matter how tough things get. Not everything someone does to their hair will work for you so you have to stick it out and try different things and techniques until you find the one that works best for you.

I hope this helps someone out there! 🙂

Thanx for stopping by and until next time

Have a happy HHJ  Peace & Blesses

Ambee 🙂

The verdict is in: Oyin Handmade’s Grand Poo Bar & Honey Hemp Conditioner Product Review

28 Sep

I was looking through my book when I realized that I never gave my final thoughts on Oyin Handmade Grand Poo Bar & the  infamous Honey Hemp Conditioner sooo here it is.  I used the Grand Poo Bar and Homey Hemp Conditioner several times last month and I was very impressed with these products. I decided to put the two products to the real test by using them after doing an egg protein treatment. 

Description: Oyin Grand Poo cleanses gently and thoroughly, without harsh detergents that can strip hair. It’s also packed with botancial butter to help maintain moisture.

Honey Hemp Conditioner is penetrating, detangling, seriously softening multipurpose conditioner, enriched with aloe vera gel, hemp oil, honey and just a touch of hydrolyzed silk protein (this is not your high protein rebuilder conditioner we use just enough  to make it silky) Honey Hemp had great detangling  slip and moisturizing power. It rinses out clean and makes a nice pre-shampoo deep conditioning treatment. *add oil or extra honey for superior DC power*  It can even be used as a creamy, nourishing  leave in.

Instructions: Grand Poo Bar says to saturate hair well and separate into sections. Work bar into lather between your hands or directly on your scalp and work mild lather through hair. Rinse thoroughly. For best storage keep bar dry between uses.

Honey Hemp Conditioner says to use after shampooing for a deep treatment  leave on for an hour with or  without a warm towel. Detangle  and rinse out.

Ingredients: GrandPoo Bar contains purified water, glycerin, sodium stearate and sodium oleate (mild foaming/cleansing agents derived from vegetable oils) soribitol, stearic acid, lauric acid, african black soap, coco butter, shea butter, cetyl alcohol, coconut oil, lavender, rosemary, citrus oils.

Honey Hemp Conditioner contains purified water, organic aloe vera gel, behentremonium methosulfate (emulsifier derived from colza oil) honey, virgin hemp oil, coconut oil, vegetable glycerin, hydrolized silk, citrus essences, frangance, optiphen (preservative) and LOVE. 🙂

My experience: After allowing my homemade egg white protein treatment sit in my hair for 20 mins, I rinsed the egg out with cold water then washed my hair with my Grand Poo Bar. I washed my hair in 5 sections and worked the lather through my hair and scalp and clipped it up out the way. After rinsing the shampoo out my hair it didn’t feel stripped and all the slimy egg had been washed out. My hair wasn’t matted or tangled either.

Next I applied the Honey Hemp conditioner mixed with a little of J.B.C.O and finger combed it through my hair my hair absorbs the conditioner immediately and it felt so soft and moisturized, again I didn’t need to apply a lot there’s still some left in my 2 oz sample bottle, I sealed with coconut oil and put on a plastic cap followed by my heating cap and sat for an hour. After removing the cap my hair was VERY soft and moisturized. I loved the way the conditioner had made my hair feel so much I decided to let in hair air dry without rinsing the conditioner out. The next morning my hair felt amazingly moisturized, soft and manageable. This stuff right here! Is the BOMB.COM!

Final Say: I REALLY enjoyed theses products my hair responded well to them also. Both products have very good ingredients and does exactly what it claimed it would do….FOR MY HAIR. They’re affordable and a little goes a long way and shipping did not take forever (I don’t even think it took a full week). The Honey Hemp Conditioner is by far the best deep conditioner I’ve ever used!

I will definitely order theses products again along with a few other things I would like to try. Black Friday is coming up so I’m quite sure they will be on sale but I will repurchase either way these products

Price: Grand Poo Bar $7

Honey Dew Conditioner $3.50- 2 oz, $12- 8.4 oz, $20- 16.9 oz, $34- 33oz

Where to find these products: http://www.OyinHandmade.com or http://www.Curlmart.com

Disclaimer: The products reviewed in the post were purchased by me with my own money.

Until next time thanx for stopping by

Peace & Blessings  Happy HHJ

Product Review: Cantu Shea Butter Coconut Curling Cream

15 Sep

Cantu has created a line just for us naturals! I’ve used Cantu Shea Butter leave-in as a styler and was pretty pleased with the results. So when I saw, on Youtube *Of Course* I had to go out and buy it. And I’m glad I did this stuff is BOMB!

Description: Coconut curling cream will define, condition and add manageability to your curls, leaving them soft, shiny and deeply moisturized.

Directions: Smooth onto damp hair section by section from the root down the hair shaft. Do not rinse out. Can be used on dry hair to enhance curls.

Ingredients: Water, Canola oil, Glycerin, Cetearyl alcohol/Ceteareth-20, Fragrance, Cetearyl alcohol/Ceteth-20, Shea Butter, Glycol Strerate,Petrolatum, Aloe Vera Leaf Juice,Coconut oil, Jojoba seed oil, Soybean oil, Avocado oil, Sweet Almond oil, Mango seed butter, Olive fruit oil, Macadamia seed oil, Neem seed oil, Carrot seed oil, Argan kernal oil, Silk amino acids, Honeysuckle flower extract, Sea kelp extract, Sage leaf extract, Grape seed extract, Nettle extract, PEG-75, Polyquaternuim-10, Phenoxyethanol, Ethylhexylglycerin. NO MINERAL OIL, SULFATES, PARABENS, SILICONE, PHTHALATES, GLUTEN, PARAFFIN, PROPYLENE GLYCOL, PABA,OR DEA.

MY EXPERIENCE: I’ve been using Cantu’s coconut curling cream for the past month now and I absolutely love it! The smell is a pleasant coconut scent, not overwhelming like some products that contain artificial coconut fragrance and it lingers (for those who like to smell their products in their hair). The consistency is creamy, smooth, and thick. No need to apply a lot because goes a long way.

I’ve used this product to achieve many hairstyles in the past month and even used it on my Son’s curls and coils. Each time I use this product the results are nice. I’ve tried it on wet, damp and dry hair, and each time my hair felt moisturized and soft. It gives good definition and a nice hold. I used the L.O.C method when I apply I the product and each time I get boucey, shiny, and very defined hair. I always get between second and third day hair but I think once I master stretching my braid/twists outs I could get up to five or six day hair.

FINAL VERDICT: This is a HIT! THE BOMB.COM and was only 6 or 7 dollars at my local Walmart. It has good nurishing  ingredients even though I was shocked to see petrolatum as the ninth ingredient. It  that doesn’t leave my hair feeling greasy or weighted down and I haven’t experienced much buildup when used repeatedly in between washes. When I use this product using the L.O.C method the results are just AMAZING! You definitely get bang for your buck being that you get 12ozs of product for under $10 and a little goes a long way so you won’t go through it super fast. A major plus is I can use it in my Son’s hair,who also likes the smell. Cantu really did their thing with this product in my opinion and I will definitely be checking out the rest of their natural line. I think the curling cream has become a staple for me. I give this product a 5-star rating!

If you’re looking for a styler with good ingredients that’s inexpensive and available locally you should give this a try I think you just might like it! 🙂

WHERE TO FIND THESE PRODUCTS: Walmart, Target, Walgreens, & Family Dollar (I haven’t seen it at my local one yet)

Price: $6-8 for a 12oz jar

Disclaimer: This product was purchased by me with my own money.

Curls are popping!

Braid out

Front view of braid out

2nd day hair

 

On a Quest for the Perfect Staples Products

7 Jul

The first year of my HHJ I focused on learning my hair and nursing it back to better health, products or ingredients weren’t necessarily important. Starting into my second year I feel I know my hair a lot better and I’m ready to find my staple products. I want to at least 2-3 lines for each product (shampoo, condish, styler, etc.)

I would prefer my staples to be organic/all natural products, not saying that I won’t try/use product that aren’t natural but I want the products I use on a everyday basis to be natural. I’m looking to stay away from cones, mineral oil, petroleum, only because I’m no longer a fan of sulfate shampoos and we all know that a sulfate shampoo is needed to completely remove those ingredients from your strands. My hair is thirsty-dry and I’ m looking for thick  and creamy butters, styles, and conditioners with nourishing oils that my strands and scalp will actually absorb.

There are only a few organic/all natural lines available on ground , in my area to my knowledge.  I am hoping to find at least one  organic/all natural line at my local Walmart, Target or Walgreens just so if I ever rn out of all my staples at one time I’ll be able to access them easier. Of course I would love to find affordable lines but I also understand that organic  product can be costly.

I recently purchased some things to try from Aurbrey’s Organics and Oyin Handmade. I got the snack pack sampler which contains the Honey Hemp Conditioner, Hair Dew Conditioner, Burnt Sugar Pomade, Shine & Define Styling Serum, & Greg Juice.  I also bought the Grand Poo Bar. From Aubrey Organics I got the Island Naturals Replenishing Shampoo and the HoneySuckle Rose Conditioner. Once I take my braids down I’ll be trying a few of these products and letting you gals know how I liked them.

Until next time…Thanx for stopping by!

Peace & Blessings Have a Happy HHJ

P.S If you’ve tried any of these products or know any good organic/all natural products PLEASE feel free to share !