Qhemet Biologics 24-Hour Sale

For QB fans trying to save some change, there's a 24-hour sale this Friday, June 5th, that starts at 12midnight EST. The discount is 20% for orders over $34. The discount code is "nature".

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Kinks, kinks and more kinks

Current Goodies: KBB Hair Mask, KBB Deep Condish, JC WDT, Oyin Juices & Berries, Oyin Shine & Define, Oyin Whipped Pudding
Faves & Raves: Oyin Juices & Berries, KBB Deep Condish, JC WDT, CBSS WSHP, KCCC, Henna
Not so Goodies: Proteins & heavy oils...
Current Challenge: kinky & twisted! (ahem, two-strand twisted)
So what are folks liking? I have Burdock cream and Honeybush tea gel. Opinions on the Ghee or other newer products?
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I am sooooo eagerly anticipating this sale... although I'm sure with the influx of orders it will take a while to get anything.. but I'm still gonna order. I've got new products I just bought from KBB and Oyin to keep me occupied until then...
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I Qhem and I still have yet to find anything that moisturizes my hair for days! like her products do!

I have the Cocoa Tree Detangling Ghee (CTDG) and if you ever do anything with your dry or slightly damp hair and need to get your coils to detangle, use this product! Just take a little per section, press into the tangled areas and feel how your hair gives and tangles melt. If your ends are also dry, it will soften them, but CTDG is not a moisturizer product, so you would need to follow with a moisturizer product.

I don't use it on wet hair since its like the consistency of cold Crisco (seriously.. lol), but you could probably emulsify it in your hands and make it work. I just liked it on dry or slightly damp hair best. As for value for size, I've been a little heavy handed with this product and I still have over half a jar remaining. I have been so pleased with this product, truly. I have a thick head of fine hair.

The Olive and Honey Hydrating Balm (OHHB) is a smooth honey/jelly consistency. It confused me at first, but I now primarily use this for two purposes. 1) moisturizing soft twist hold for hair and ends. 2) a layer under the AOHC on dry/colder days. I also successfully used the OHHB with aloe vera gel to make the WSP alternative that Teshon shared. I call it my Qhem Pudding. My hair lasted 5 days, no joke, check my pics. So OHHB has become pretty versatile for me.

The Amla and Olive Heavy Cream (AOHC) is the truth in providing moisture for colder/dryer times of year or locales. It's not solid consistency, its literally a heavy cream. I don't think its too heavy for my hair, but I've only used it for twists on wet hair with the OHHB. I kind of know when my hair needs this and when it doesn't. AOHC is too heavy for my wash n go's.

Burdock Root Butter Cream (BRBC) would be perfect all year round for me if my hair wasn't so demanding in winter months. Best for warmer/humid climates. Great on wet or slightly damp hair, even dry, but you may use a little more product. I love, love this product. One time, I put this product in my wet hair over my leave-in, sectioned my hair, wrapped and fell asleep. Woke up to soft, soft hair. I proceeded to do twists on my mostly dry hair using a little BRBC and OHHB, and it was a breeze.

Your hair will always be moisturized with Qhem's products. Don't look for high shine though. If a person does a lot of twists or braids and leaves them in for a few days before wearing the hair out, go with Qhem. If you co-wash every single day though, you'll burn through your wallet. Save Qhem's stuff for when you're going to leave your hair alone for a few days.

Sorry for the long post, but Qhem's products are by far my favorite.
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Last edited by EkuaSoul; 06-03-2009 at 10:39 PM.
I love to mix the Olive/Amla Heavy Cream with the Olive/Honey Hydrating Balm.

When removing a twist/braid set, I like to rub the Amla Oil Nourishing Pomade on each twist/braid prior to unraveling.

The Burdock Root Butter Cream wasn't thick enough for me so I gave it to a natural co-worker/friend.

Qhemet has given me more shine than any product i've used and I've use MANY!!!

I just bought some Ghee from a fellow NC member today and am excited about trying it.

Get up to $10 off your first order at http://www.iherb.com. Use discount code: CAR231.

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dayum....why did I read this....lol.

I LOVE LOVE LOVE the olive/amla heavy cream. It works WONDERS for uber dry hair! I even rub a tiny bit on my dry scalp and its heavenly!

*off to Qhemit website to get my list together*
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I really want to try a few of their products but idk if it's worth ordering $34 worth of stuff just to save $6.80 lol Now if it was free shipping I would be all on it
Why is almost everything out of stock and a sale advertised?
LOIS (OS); cottony, TYPE 4 hair, fine/med strands; no cones bcz my hair hates them; last relaxer '98; now low porosity, ignores most natural hair rules; BC #8

faves: suave, v05 shampoo, conditioner (my own), raw shea butter, castor oil, peanut oil, aloe juice
Why is almost everything out of stock and a sale advertised?
Originally Posted by hippychic
I think they did that so no one could order until they re-open
Why is almost everything out of stock and a sale advertised?
Originally Posted by hippychic
I think they did that so no one could order until they re-open
Originally Posted by labelfree
oh okay
LOIS (OS); cottony, TYPE 4 hair, fine/med strands; no cones bcz my hair hates them; last relaxer '98; now low porosity, ignores most natural hair rules; BC #8

faves: suave, v05 shampoo, conditioner (my own), raw shea butter, castor oil, peanut oil, aloe juice
if there is a minimum order then i think that's wack honestly i don't need to order every single product they sell

i already have products i just wanted the ghee and maybe the tea rinse

i already have a big jar of the burdock root cream...
Shampoo: Giovanni 50:50, Nexxus Aloe Rid
Detangling Conditioner: Oyin Honey Hemp, EO Sweet Orange
Cowash Conditioner:
Suave Naturals Sea Breeze, V05 Tea Therapy, Oyin Honey Hemp
Deep Conditioner: CJ Hibiscus & Banana Deep Fix, Spa Siam Coconut Hair Mask, Yes to Carrots Mud Mask
Leave-in Conditioner: Afroveda NU Milk Hair Conditioner, CJ Hibiscus & Banana Honey Butta Leave-in, Knot Today
Stylers: SheaMoisture, JC Nourish and Shine, Burdock Root Butter Cream, Afroveda CocoLatte Moisture Mask
I Qhem and I still have yet to find anything that moisturizes my hair for days! like her products do!

I have the Cocoa Tree Detangling Ghee (CTDG) and if you ever do anything with your dry or slightly damp hair and need to get your coils to detangle, use this product! Just take a little per section, press into the tangled areas and feel how your hair gives and tangles melt. If your ends are also dry, it will soften them, but CTDG is not a moisturizer product, so you would need to follow with a moisturizer product.

I don't use it on wet hair since its like the consistency of cold Crisco (seriously.. lol), but you could probably emulsify it in your hands and make it work. I just liked it on dry or slightly damp hair best. As for value for size, I've been a little heavy handed with this product and I still have over half a jar remaining. I have been so pleased with this product, truly. I have a thick head of fine hair.

The Olive and Honey Hydrating Balm (OHHB) is a smooth honey/jelly consistency. It confused me at first, but I now primarily use this for two purposes. 1) moisturizing soft twist hold for hair and ends. 2) a layer under the AOHC on dry/colder days. I also successfully used the OHHB with aloe vera gel to make the WSP alternative that Teshon shared. I call it my Qhem Pudding. My hair lasted 5 days, no joke, check my pics. So OHHB has become pretty versatile for me.

The Amla and Olive Heavy Cream (AOHC) is the truth in providing moisture for colder/dryer times of year or locales. It's not solid consistency, its literally a heavy cream. I don't think its too heavy for my hair, but I've only used it for twists on wet hair with the OHHB. I kind of know when my hair needs this and when it doesn't. AOHC is too heavy for my wash n go's.

Burdock Root Butter Cream (BRBC) would be perfect all year round for me if my hair wasn't so demanding in winter months. Best for warmer/humid climates. Great on wet or slightly damp hair, even dry, but you may use a little more product. I love, love this product. One time, I put this product in my wet hair over my leave-in, sectioned my hair, wrapped and fell asleep. Woke up to soft, soft hair. I proceeded to do twists on my mostly dry hair using a little BRBC and OHHB, and it was a breeze.

Your hair will always be moisturized with Qhem's products. Don't look for high shine though. If a person does a lot of twists or braids and leaves them in for a few days before wearing the hair out, go with Qhem. If you co-wash every single day though, you'll burn through your wallet. Save Qhem's stuff for when you're going to leave your hair alone for a few days.

Sorry for the long post, but Qhem's products are by far my favorite.
Originally Posted by EkuaSoul
i really need to get a summer job....lol

im sold though! good reviews - i want to try the burdock root cream and the detangling ghee
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i cant find any shipping info...how much do they normally charge?
Shampoo: Giovanni 50:50, Nexxus Aloe Rid
Detangling Conditioner: Oyin Honey Hemp, EO Sweet Orange
Cowash Conditioner:
Suave Naturals Sea Breeze, V05 Tea Therapy, Oyin Honey Hemp
Deep Conditioner: CJ Hibiscus & Banana Deep Fix, Spa Siam Coconut Hair Mask, Yes to Carrots Mud Mask
Leave-in Conditioner: Afroveda NU Milk Hair Conditioner, CJ Hibiscus & Banana Honey Butta Leave-in, Knot Today
Stylers: SheaMoisture, JC Nourish and Shine, Burdock Root Butter Cream, Afroveda CocoLatte Moisture Mask
Ugh. I caved. I picked up the AOHC in a sample size since I've read on the boards it's more for winter than summer; BRBC in full size, HTSG in full size and the OHHB in sample size. I checked out a youtube vid and the consistency had me wondering what I'd actually DO with it. I was thinking a DC but I'm not sure.

Anyway, I'm sure it will be like forever and a day before they get to me, so I'm not even gonna think about them until I get a shipment e-mail....
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Last edited by cammiecam; 06-04-2009 at 10:40 PM.
so...i just placed my order....LMAO!
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I was going to purchase something but couldn't find anything that I thought I might like over $34 before shipping lol Wasn't meant to be I guess
2 Honeybush Tea Gels
1 OHHB
1 BRBC

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somehow i justified spending 38 dollars

i really wanted the karkady tea replenishing mist

but got

Cocoa Tree Detangling Ghee

Egyptian Wheatgrass Cleansing Tea


Olive & Honey Hydrating Balm sample size

Amla & Olive Heavy Cream sample size
Shampoo: Giovanni 50:50, Nexxus Aloe Rid
Detangling Conditioner: Oyin Honey Hemp, EO Sweet Orange
Cowash Conditioner:
Suave Naturals Sea Breeze, V05 Tea Therapy, Oyin Honey Hemp
Deep Conditioner: CJ Hibiscus & Banana Deep Fix, Spa Siam Coconut Hair Mask, Yes to Carrots Mud Mask
Leave-in Conditioner: Afroveda NU Milk Hair Conditioner, CJ Hibiscus & Banana Honey Butta Leave-in, Knot Today
Stylers: SheaMoisture, JC Nourish and Shine, Burdock Root Butter Cream, Afroveda CocoLatte Moisture Mask
So what are folks liking? I have Burdock cream and Honeybush tea gel. Opinions on the Ghee or other newer products?
Originally Posted by Suburbanbushbabe
I like the CTDG to detangle on dry hair. If you don't mind the smell of chocolate, its great.
Kinks, kinks and more kinks

Current Goodies: KBB Hair Mask, KBB Deep Condish, JC WDT, Oyin Juices & Berries, Oyin Shine & Define, Oyin Whipped Pudding
Faves & Raves: Oyin Juices & Berries, KBB Deep Condish, JC WDT, CBSS WSHP, KCCC, Henna
Not so Goodies: Proteins & heavy oils...
Current Challenge: kinky & twisted! (ahem, two-strand twisted)
I'm still debating whether I will be able to take advantage of the sale. My mind keeps telling me to go for it, but my bank account is saying hell to the no. What's a girl to do?
Kinks, kinks and more kinks

Current Goodies: KBB Hair Mask, KBB Deep Condish, JC WDT, Oyin Juices & Berries, Oyin Shine & Define, Oyin Whipped Pudding
Faves & Raves: Oyin Juices & Berries, KBB Deep Condish, JC WDT, CBSS WSHP, KCCC, Henna
Not so Goodies: Proteins & heavy oils...
Current Challenge: kinky & twisted! (ahem, two-strand twisted)

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