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Old 12-16-2010, 10:39 AM   #1
 
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Default Ladies who try Jane Carter Nourish and Shine and Shea Butter???

Should I try Jane Carter Nourish and Shine or Shea Butter? Are both of these products similar in comparison or both are different? Please let me know.
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Should I try Jane Carter Nourish and Shine or Shea Butter? Are both of these products similar in comparison or both are different? Please let me know.
Well first difference are the ingredients. The Nourish and Shine contains more than just shea butter.
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Ingredients : Shea butter, Kokum butter, Illippe butter, Mango butter, Vitamins A, D, & E, pear and grapefruit essential oils.

Shea butter is just shea butter. Second thing to note is the price. You can get a lot more product with shea butter for $22 then you can with the Nourish and SHine, which is 4oz for $22. The Nourish and Shine is way more expensive than shea butter.

They are really different. Comparing the two would be like comparing apples to bananas. The Nourish and Shine has way more ingredients than raw shea butter so they both would probably work differently on your hair. But then again, some people don't have picky hair (or are just not picky people) so they'd probably consider them to work the same. They are both butters after all. I've never tried the nourish and shine myself because the product never sparked my interest. I looked at it in the store and it just doesn't impress me enough to fork over $22 for 4oz of it. I'd probably make a knock off before I bought the real deal.lol. I may be a product junkie and all, but I'm selective...and picky.

If you want a suggestion, I'd say just go with the shea butter. You can probably even buy the ingredients to that product and make it yourself, all for $22. You'd have way more product
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both shea butter and the nourish and shine did the same thing on my hair. maybe it's the way i use them. i don't see myself repurchasing the nourish and shine for that reason... it did exactly what she butter does.
truth be told, i only bought the nourish and shine b/c the product that i had ordered at the time (i tend to use one product at a time. i finish one before i start another one unless my hair hates it) sucked on my hair. i ran to whole foods looking for shea butter and ended up giving up and buying the nourish and shine.

9f youre on a budget... go shea butter. if you have money to urn... go scented shea butter. i really can't justify $22 for 4oz of product. i was desperate when i bought it, that's all i can say. it's not a bad product though
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Should I try Jane Carter Nourish and Shine or Shea Butter? Are both of these products similar in comparison or both are different? Please let me know.
Well first difference are the ingredients. The Nourish and Shine contains more than just shea butter.
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Ingredients : Shea butter, Kokum butter, Illippe butter, Mango butter, Vitamins A, D, & E, pear and grapefruit essential oils.

Shea butter is just shea butter. Second thing to note is the price. You can get a lot more product with shea butter for $22 then you can with the Nourish and SHine, which is 4oz for $22. The Nourish and Shine is way more expensive than shea butter.

They are really different. Comparing the two would be like comparing apples to bananas. The Nourish and Shine has way more ingredients than raw shea butter so they both would probably work differently on your hair. But then again, some people don't have picky hair (or are just not picky people) so they'd probably consider them to work the same. They are both butters after all. I've never tried the nourish and shine myself because the product never sparked my interest. I looked at it in the store and it just doesn't impress me enough to fork over $22 for 4oz of it. I'd probably make a knock off before I bought the real deal.lol. I may be a product junkie and all, but I'm selective...and picky.

If you want a suggestion, I'd say just go with the shea butter. You can probably even buy the ingredients to that product and make it yourself, all for $22. You'd have way more product

Thanks Coco, the price pretty high, but the reviews I been hearing are amazing. I had to take pick at the Jane Carter Nourish and Shine and it looks just like shea butter. Yep... I touch it a little bit and it was hard like shea butter too. Some people say it an extremely amazing product for the winter time. I may purchase shea butter if is similar to this product.
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both shea butter and the nourish and shine did the same thing on my hair. maybe it's the way i use them. i don't see myself repurchasing the nourish and shine for that reason... it did exactly what she butter does.
truth be told, i only bought the nourish and shine b/c the product that i had ordered at the time (i tend to use one product at a time. i finish one before i start another one unless my hair hates it) sucked on my hair. i ran to whole foods looking for shea butter and ended up giving up and buying the nourish and shine.

9f youre on a budget... go shea butter. if you have money to urn... go scented shea butter. i really can't justify $22 for 4oz of product. i was desperate when i bought it, that's all i can say. it's not a bad product though
Thanks Ms.Keenyeme, the computer didn't let me see your comment for some reason at first. This information is very helpful and it does let make me know what I want to buy now. Thanx
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I'm partial to the Nourish and Shine. Shea butter doesn't do much for me, but when I used the Nourish and Shine for twists my hair was very soft and shiny. Plus to me, it smells really good. It is expensive but a little goes a long way so I had it for a while.
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I'm partial to the Nourish and Shine. Shea butter doesn't do much for me, but when I used the Nourish and Shine for twists my hair was very soft and shiny. Plus to me, it smells really good. It is expensive but a little goes a long way so I had it for a while.
This. Shea butter did NOTHING for my hair. It made it greasy and heavy and gross. The Nourish and Shine (on top of smelling FANTASTIC) went on smoothly, didn't leave residue or OIL ON EVERY SURFACE I TOUCHED (thanks shea butter, thanks).
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I'm partial to the Nourish and Shine. Shea butter doesn't do much for me, but when I used the Nourish and Shine for twists my hair was very soft and shiny. Plus to me, it smells really good. It is expensive but a little goes a long way so I had it for a while.
This. Shea butter did NOTHING for my hair. It made it greasy and heavy and gross. The Nourish and Shine (on top of smelling FANTASTIC) went on smoothly, didn't leave residue or OIL ON EVERY SURFACE I TOUCHED (thanks shea butter, thanks).
i guess everyone really is different.. shea butter didn't do any of that to my hair...

i can use pretty much any butter and get the same results. i think it's b/c i use it as a sealant rather than a moisurizer by itself.
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