PAPAYA SALT SCRUB

December 1, 2014

This product contains papaya extract (a natural skin whitener). It gently exfoliates your skin by removing impurities and dead skin cells for radiant glowing skin. With the combination of Vitamin E and Olive oil, these also help retain skin moisture balance and prevent early aging signs, giving your skin clean and healthy soft. INGREDIENTS: Soduim Chloride,Glycerin, Soduim laureth sulphate, Fragrance, Olea Europeae (olive) Fruit oil, Curcuma Longa root powder, Tocopheral…

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Product review: CRÈME OF NATURE NOURISHING CONDITIONER

November 27, 2014

After using the Palm Olive conditioner I mentioned in my previous post, I had to get something else that will give me awesome results. That is when the hunt for a conditioner started……………….This conditioner has lots of slip and with heat your hair will come out soft and silky. This little bottle goes for N700 but it’s so hard to find. However, Creme of Nature also has an excellent line which contains Argan oil, which is needed…

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Product review: Palm Olive Naturals Silky Shine Effect Conditioner

November 25, 2014

Hello everyone, today’s post is a review of the above mentioned product. Nerline of Chic from hair to toe used this product on her wash day and her result was great…She’s natural by the way and when I got to buy a conditioner, I decided to try this out…….. Well, the result I got was BADDDDD. My hair is relaxed and low porosity. ‘She’ doesn’t like protein, at least not…

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Letter from a transitioner

November 21, 2014

Letter: Many people had said it won’t be easy but I still started the journey anyway. The road has been kinda tough. First it was a battle of conditioners, this or this………now it’s choosing the best protective style that will keep my hair from breaking. I’m tempted to do a big chop real quick but I’m emotional about losing the length I have already grown. My  mum reminds me everyday that…

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MY PRODUCT STASH

November 13, 2014

I’m not a product junkie but I sure do have lots of products on my shelf…..Most of them I’ve used once and some, I reach out for every now and then….Maybe because of their usefulness or I’m trying to use them up real quick. Below is a picture comparing all my hair products since I started my hair journey with my favourites: Vinegar: I use it for my hair mix and…

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Doing the greenhouse effect under your wig to retain moisture!

November 10, 2014

Many of us don’t like wigs, instead we braid or  sew wefts on our hairs… But wigging is very efficient for some ladies especially mee. I love wigs because when it’s hot and I get home I can remove it and for ladies with ‘hand in the hair syndrome’, it’s even better to wig..LOL Some wigs are made with lace, others with a wig cap and these materials suck up…

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Tips for dealing with a sensitive scalp

November 5, 2014

Your scalp is sensitive to touch. It aches. You’re dealing with dandruff and you burn badly from a relaxer touch up. I suffer all of these things and I’m getting an upper hand at getting free from it so I’ll share some tips with you. 1. Accept that your scalp is soft and you should take very good care of it. 2. Before touch ups, apply petroleum jelly or any…

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Oils hair can absorb

November 4, 2014

Reblogged from Science-y Hair Blog Monounsaturated fats tend to be better at penetrating your hair than polyunsaturated fats. (From a chemical standpoint, monounsaturated fats are simply fat molecules that have one unsaturated carbon bond in the molecule, this is also called a double bond. Oils that contain monounsaturated fats are typically liquid at room temperature but start to turn solid when chilled.) But what that really means is that they penetrate the hair…

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LUSTI ORGANICS CARROT OIL

October 28, 2014

LUSTI ORGANICS CARROT OIL (stops breakage and anti-thinning) Oh my… the ingredient list on this product is really long a total of 29 ingredients, I’ll share the first few with you. Water, Carbomer, Glycerin, Triethanolamine, Carrot oil, olive oil extract, wheat germ oil, mineral oil…..camphor, menthol, Vitamin E and A etc. Well looking at the list, there are some chemicals I see and I’m wondering what it is doing here on the…

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On the smoothie trail: Watermelon-banana smoothie

September 27, 2014

This is the third smoothie recipe I’m sharing, this one i decided to add lime to my cup of goodness. Ingredient List: – Water melon (no seeds this time); – Banana; and – Lime. I had indigestion problems so I added the lime to help my stomach. The secret to a great smoothie is blending………blend well and enjoy a glass of goodness 🙂

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