09-04-2008, 10:59 PM
Join Date: May 2008
Regarding honey, as I understand it honey is a humectant that draws moisture to itself. Therefore, if you apply it to your hair it will draw moisture from, let's say the air, which will keep your hair well hydrated and conditioned. This is a good thing, right? The only problem, as I understand it, is when there is no moisture in the air for the honey to draw from. For example, if you live in a very dry climate or in the winter time when you're indoors more where the air can get quite dry. In these cases the honey can actually draw the moisture in your hair to itself, which in turn can dry your hair out. Someone with more knowledge will be along soon who can tell us if this is right or not, but it's something I've heard can be an issue.
This is a good question because I love to use Qhemet OHHB too, and I was wondering how that's going to work for me this winter when I'm stuck inside all of the time
Regarding making the OHHB, I haven't tried, but once again I hope someone who has will give the 411, because I'm going broke shopping online too, LOL.
:Alaffia Shea & Coconut Enriching Shampoo, Alaffia Virgin Coconut & Shea Enriching Hair Lotion, Qhemet Amla Olive Heavy Cream, Qhemet Honeybush Tea Gel.
: March 12, 2008
: July 21, 2008
: Coarse, low porosity, iii.
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