This is a great sealant and moisturizing cream. I used it over coconut oil on my damp hair and twisted my hair for my protective style. My hair was soft and shiny and moisturized for 4 days. 4 days! That is absolutely unheard of for naturally dry and coarse 4c hair. This is also very thick and heavy so it may weigh down some hair types because it is an oil based moisturizer (olive oil and castor oil are the first ingredients listed) but for my hair, this is exactly what it needs. I don't mind the price too much because of the results I get so it was definitely worth it.
This is the best dc/moisturizer I have ever encountered ! This product keeps my hair so soft I probably need to use use it once a wk at LEAST . I've been using it over a month and its really good at keep my hair conditioned. And I have 4a and 4b hair. All I use now is this product and my Eco styler gel to define my curls.
I recently bought this hair dressing. I am absolutely in love with it. I have a mix of 3 b and 3c curls, and this creamy hair dressing works GREAT!! After I style and dry my hair I rub less than a dime size of qhemet between my hands (it spreads nicely) then rub my hands on my FULLY DRIED curls. I style my hair twice per week and I have absolutely no problems with this product. It also smells really nice.
this product is definitely for thicker hair! i did a twist out with it and it kept my hair moisturized like nobody's business!
This was far too heavy and oily for my 3c fine curls. It made my hair heavy but oily and not much moisture was retained after it dried. I gave it to a friend who has thicker hair. I bought this and the Burdock Root Butter at the same time since my hair doesn't always work well with products actually meant for fine hair. It would probably work in a pinch as a deep conditioner or to add to a thinner conditioner but as a moisturizer, its just too heavy.
This is the only product that keeps my flat twist out moisturized for an entire week during the harsh winter months. I only give it four curls because it cannot withstand my rigorous workouts so my roots puff out after workout number one.
I initially wanted to purchase the Burdock Root one, but I opted for this one, just to try it. It's great for my hair. I use just a little bit, but before I applied it to my hair, I used my Gio Smooth as Silk with some H20, which has also been making my hair soft. I noticed with my h20 and Gio SAS concoction my hair is more curlier, springier and softer. With QB's Amla and Olive oil cream, my hair seemed to change on me instantly. It was thicker and less curlier, but it definitely felt moisturized. I of course used only a little bit. But I think its better applied to dry or damp hair, not wet or soaking wet hair. I purchased the big jar, because they didn't have the small one, so I'll have this for a while. But even on the second day my hair was still soft, even my edges. My hair has been in twists for the last couple of days, Saturday I'll do a twist out and see what happens. After I finish with this I'm going to try the Burdock Root.
I like this product for my daughter's 4b/4c hair. I use this on her wet hair as a moisturizer and styler, once her hair is dry it's sooo soft, shiny and has a light hold. Although the scent is mild the product is concentrated and heavy, so a little goes a long way! I found this product a bit too heavy for my 3c/4a hair. Qhemet's Burdock Root Butter Cream (lighter consistency) works much better on my texture. The price point is okay considering it lasts a while.
I wanted to like this like so many other people do, however, I can't seem to make it wrk for me. Its so oily, not so moisturizing. I definitely prefer Oyins whipped pudding. Maybe because they list water as the first ingredient rather than like the fourth or so. It does smell great. Light and citrusy. I must say it makes my hair feel softer, but super frizzy. Like a new baby's puffy hair where its soft but you can't really do anything with it. Oh well.
Very thick, moisturizing cream. Doesnt smell the greatest (from the castor oil), but it does its job. A lil goes a long way. A staple in the winter!
This is one of my favorite hair creams, it's heavy if you use too much, all you need is a little because it's very concentrated, it has helped my hair stop breaking, no more split ends for the first time ever, my hair is so shiny now with this, only reason I didn't give it one more curl is because I wish the shelf life was longer since I only use a little, and it's $19 for the new 8oz size, a little pricey
If you place a small amount of this product (in between your palms and rub them together) and smooth over your fresh twists or braids, once you take them out your hair will be shiny, moisturized and have excellent hold!
Somebody please tell me what Im doing wrong. Tried this as a leave-in:terrible. As a styaling lotion when my hair was dry-terrible. As a deep--terrible. This product is terrible terrible terrible! Leaves my hair oily and weighed down. No curl definiton, no control with the frizz. It builds up fast and I found myself having to use a clarifying shampoo way too often! Will never purchase again.
I love this as a deep moisturizer. I use it at night and wake up to nice, soft hair w/ no dryness in sight. A little goes a long way with this stuff
I really like this cream, it's very moisturizing and heavy, has a light scent. It makes my dry hair really soft and i'm keeping it as a staple.
OLD INGREDIENTS: Castor (Ricinus Communis) Oil, Olive (Olea Europa) Oil, Distilled Water, Organic Amla (Phyllanthus Emblica), Organic Brahmi (Bacopa Monniera), Organic Aloe (Aloe Ferox) Africana, MSM (Methylsulfonylmethane), Vegetable Glycerin, Conditioning Emulsifier (Sorbitan & Cetearyl Monoesters), Phenoxyethanol & Ethylhexyglycerin (Food Grade Paraben-free and Formaldehyde-free Preservative), Essential Oil Fragrance.
Ingredient Attributes: moisture
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