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What are your initial thoughts about using Jamaica manufactured hair products in your hair? Would you go for a Shea Moisture or a Kurlee Belle before you’d think to put Jamaican made stuff in your hair? Do you think Jamaican made product can give strong competition to Cantu? What is it that might turn you away from the good ole’ Jamrock products? Is it the local packaging?
Well let me tell you … One day, I had every intention of snagging myself a Shea Moisture Leave in Conditioner, however, I was a few (a lot of) dollars short. As I headed out the door, my eyes caught the Mama’s Best Hair Strengthening & Moisturising Cream.
I’m not gonna lie, I was skeptical to pick it up, but having read the ingredients, benefits to my hair, and most importantly the PRICE TAG. I went for it.
LET ME REPORT TO YOU GUYS … IT’S BOMB.
That product had me shook.
Before using the product, this is the amount of hair I lost on wash day; so this is the amount of hair I’d lose daily.
Fresh out of the shower, I massaged about two “bottle cover sizes” of the Hair Strengthening & Moisturising Cream into my 3b/3c hair, and as it dried I just couldn’t keep my hands out my hair. My hair was as soft as a freshly washed and fabric softened blanket.
I doubted its ability to make my hair soft because although it’s a cream, it’s watery. This is simply because it’s a water based cream and a lot of its ingredients are herbs, and natural and essential oils such as castor and rosemary. I knew my hair would have shine because of the oils, but when oil is mixed with wet hair it usually feels and looks stringy and often results in crisp, dry hair.
Don’t be alarmed by the watery consistency; remember it’s a daily moisturizer. Heavy dreams aren’t the best to apply on a daily basis because it can’t work into curls effortlessly, and often disrupts the curl pattern making it more likely to go stale and frizzy. A watery product will move around the curls and be absorbed far easier; imparting moisture the hair would need to be refreshed and appear visibly soft.
For the relaxed mama’s out there, this would be good as a weekly moisturiser to work in the hair when you’ve just washed it.
It far exceeded my expectation to impart moisture and just be good at all. I couldn’t keep my hand out of my hair because it.
My hair didn’t break nearly as much anymore and I was able to see my hair growth; (I bleached my hair right to my scalp so I can easily see new growth, so you must know I’m telling you the truth. I also only used the product 3 times out of the 7 day week).
On its own it gave me very conditioned, shiny curls that had bounce and hold. I would not use it as a styler, but definitely as a leave in.
It’s purpose is to repair and help growth so I know it would be good for guys as well.
This collection of hair is not just for wash day, but for the entire week …
Yeah. I found it hard to believe myself. I had to try it again to make sure I wasn’t the bearer of false news. . . And I got similar results the next week.
Why wouldn’t you chase after an all natural, affordable and performing product?
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This is a Jamaica only giveaway. This giveaway goes through July 20 – July 23, 2017 at 11:59p.m.
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