Friday, June 11, 2010

Detangler what: Qhemet Biologics Cocoa Tree Detangling Ghee

This is the information on Qhemet's website :
2 oz. = 5.50 or 5 oz. = 14.00

Softens & detangles with pure Cocoa Butter and nourishing botanicals! Product Description Restores manageability, softness and elasticity to normal to very dry hair. Smooths cuticles, improves combing ability and reduces breakage. Natural dark chocolate scent.Key Ingredients: Contains pure, prime pressed Cocoa Butter to smooth, soften and seal in moisture, Horsetail, Nettle and Barley to strengthen and condition and sulfur rich MSM to nourish follicles and support growth. Enhanced with carefully selected mild and Eco-friendly detangling actives, it instantly restores manageability, pliability and elasticity to matted and tangled hair. Does not contain mineral oil, lanolin, silicone's, parabens or artificial fragrances.

Directions: For tangled hair that is damp or dry, divide hair into 4-8 sections. Apply a moderate amount to the entire length of one section at a time and work through with fingers. Use a wide toothed comb to comb through from end to root as hair is instantly softened and detangled. For use as a conditioner, rub a small to medium amount between palms and work through wet, damp or dry hair. Leave in.This product has an initial consistency of a medium viscosity cream but will thicken into a stiff solid cream over time. This is not indicative of a formula change and will not affect performance.

I'm going to have to say hands down , this is the best detangler I have EVER used. I never have a problem using this product. It works wonders on my hair type. My hair is super coily, curls unto itself, shrinks down to my skull if I let it but using this product I never have to worry about detangling my hair because I know all I have to do is break out the Ghee. I honestly think I will be replacing my Amla and Olive Heavy Cream with the Cocoa Detangling Ghee . I love the AOHC however it is a little heavy at times for my hair . The CTDG I feel is just right for me. I usually buy the AOHC and Burdock Root butter cream together so I can mix the two together . The BRBC is too light for heavy duty work and the AOHC is too heavy for every day use , so my solution was to mix both together and use it that way. I think theres a new sheriff in town because the Cocoa Tree Detangling Ghee seems to be the best of both worlds for me. After using it to detangle my hair , I simply twist my hair up at the same time . My hair always comes out fluffy and cotton like. I might scale my Qhemet Biologics holy grail down to the Amla oil Nourishing Pomade and the Cocoa Tree Detangling Ghee, everything else is extra that I really don't need.

This first picture is my hair after wearing a Wash and Go for over a week, that's been water rinsed twice and allowed to shrink down.

This second picture is my hair after simply working the Cocoa Tree Detangling Ghee into my hair section my section with my fingers . After each section was detangled , I put into twists , then unraveled and put up in the back . I haven't used any other product .


Amina said...

your hair is growing a lot!! oh yes CTDG is amaaazing!!! like you, AOHC is a bit too heavy for me, BRBC too light..
I am actually thinking of using only CTDG and stop using KBB hair milk. I love love the hair milk but I go through it so quickly

Shawnystheone said...

I'm so excited that its growing! I have whittled down my two holy grails from Qhemets. I wont be ordering the AOHC anymore, its a great product but tooo heavy for me . The CTDG is Perfect!! I'm so happy. I havent used my hair milk as much.

Angelique said...

I used CTDG this week on a failed twist out and OMG I love it, it made my hair so soft and easy to put in small twists.

Anonymous said...

Have you ever done a serious detangling session with this, i.e. with a denman or a wide tooth comb?

Shawnystheone said...

No not really. I don't use denmans brushes or anything that heavy to detangle with.

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