I've answered my own question! There are two lines: Coconut & Hibiscus and the Organic Raw Shea butter. I found a kit at Walgreens that I think I might try.

Coconut & Hibiscus

Shampoo:
Wet hair and apply product according to length and density of hair
Wash until scalp and hair are completely clean
Rinse out completely

Milk:
After shampooing your hair, distribute conditioner evenly throughout wet hair
Massage head and hair from roots to end for 5 minutes or until hair is detangled
Rinse out with water

Mist:
Spray liberally through towel-dried hair from roots to ends and use a wide-tooth comb to distribute evenly
Style as desired
May be used on dry hair to freshen hairstyle

Smoothie:
Section hair and apply product sparingly to wet or dry hair
Massage product completely into hair, and style as desired
Do not rinse out
May be used as a moisturizing styling cream to do twists, braids or wash and go styles
Great for curly hair

^^I'm going to try this one out and see if I like it. This kit is on sale for 14.99. The deep conditioning masque is included in the other kit, so I might just buy that separately if I find that I need it.

There is an Organic Raw Shea Butter kit as well.

Shampoo:
Wet hair and apply product according to length and density of hair
Wash until scalp and hair are completely clean
Rinse out completely
Conditioner:
After shampooing your hair, distribute evenly throughout wet hair
Massage head and hair from roots to end for 5 minutes or until hair is detangled
Rinse with water
Elixir:
Apply to clean, dry or wet hair prior to use of styling tools, which use high levels of heat
Massage product through hair
Do not rinse
Style as usual
Masque:
Apply to wet hair as necessary, making sure product is evenly distributed throughout hair
Cover hair with plastic cap and sit under an overhead dryer, or allow body heat to activate product
Rinse out and style as desired

^^ This seems geared toward those who are transitioning.

Last edited by nabs; 11-26-2011 at 11:21 AM.