Monday, December 21, 2009

Wow, that's DEEP!!!

Lots of people pay attention to deep conditioning their hair in colder weather. I love the benefits of deep conditioning my hair year round. I try to do this on a weekly basis. Here are some pointers to know if the conditioner you use is intended to penetrate your hair and provide nourishment: (1) label may read “deep conditioner” or “hair mask” (2) the instructions indicate to leave product on for 15 minutes or longer before rinsing (3) the instructions suggest the use of some form of heat.

In this upcoming year, I am on a new quest. Since I have PJ tendencies, I have tried many conditioners during my hair journey. Some have been purchased local and some I’ve ordered online. I have also enjoyed whipping up many of my own homemade conditioning treatments. Many times, what I use on my hair will change from week to week but in 2010 I want to establish my staple products and stick to those products.

I have found some conditioners that are nice but I really want to scrutinize what I put in my hair. While I want the ingredients in the products I purchase to promote healthy hair, I also want it to be economically sound. For me, that means, paying $1 per ounce of product (or close to that range).

These are some conditioners that I will try in the future. Not only do the ingredients sound hair yummy but it falls within the price I want to pay for a deep conditioner:

Hairveda – SitriNillah Masque-Ultra Moisturizing Deep Conditioner

Sweet Nature by Eddie – Love Deep Conditoner

Komaza Care – Olive Moisture Mask

I hope I have success with one of these products. Please let me know if you have tried any of these conditioners and what your results were. Also let me know of any product that I may want to try that meets the criteria.

Thanks for reading. Be blessed!



ChocolateOrchid said...

Sweet Nature by Eddie sounds interesting. Had never heard of this line before now. I've only used Komaza Care's hair nourishment oil which I absolutely love. I've heard only good things about Komaza Care's other products. Hairveda's S.M. is da bomb! I love it! My hair feels wonderful everytime I use it.

CallaLily said...

Cool, thanks for the feedback! I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE Jessicurl WDT but have to take it out of the rotation when I run out ($$). I'll get that one when there's a sale or something. I'm also keeping AOHSR in my staple products.

Sweet Nature I found out about recently. That company will be one featured on my next Youtube download.

Beads, Braids, & Beyond! said...

I look forward to hearing your results. Those prices are definitely reasonable...

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