Monday, June 7, 2010


I always followed this young lady's fotki. She has a wonderful head of hair and I noticed she always made these concoctions for her hair, well lo and behold one day I went to her fotki and she had listed her products she was working on. You know as a lover of products I was really excited. I kept my eye out and pretty soon she announced on Naturally Curly that she was ready. I was so excited for her. Man, all I can say is if you cant handle Shea butter or if you re just over Shea butter products then this young lady's line is work a try. Shes very affordable and I have to say her products are pretty darn far I have purchased from her :

Coconut Kokum Hair Milk,

Ingredients: Distilled water, Vegetable wax, Cocoa butter, Kokum butter, All natural preservative, Jojoba oil, Irish Moss, Coconut milk powder, and fragrance.smells like cherry pie ,

my review : thick and creamy , makes a great leave in and daily hair refresher, absorbs well into the hair

Babassu Twisting Cream,

Ingredients: Distilled water, Vegetable wax, Sal butter, Babassu butter, Castor oil, All natural preservative, Palm oil, Sweet Almond oil, Fragrance (Sandalwood Vanilla).

my review :Thick but not too thick , perfect for twisting , braiding or just setting your hair style, light scent

Mango Cupuacu Holding Butter,

Ingredients: Distilled water, Cupuacu butter, Mango butter, Palm oil, BTMS (conditioning emulsifier), Grape seed oil, Rice bran oil, Red Turkey oil, Beeswax, All natural preservative, Pro Vitamin B5, Vitamin E, and fragrance.

my review :Thick but this I can only use on damp or wet hair because it takes awhile for me to work it into my hair strands.

Carrot Protein Masque,

Ingredients: Distilled water, BTMS (conditioning emulsifier), Jojoba oil, Avocado oil, Flax seed oil, Shea butter, Banana powder, Carrot powder, Buttermilk powder, Egg yolk powder, Yogurt powder, Guar gum, All natural preservative, Silk peptide powder, and fragrance

my review :Her deep conditioners go on like hair creams, there isn't a lot of slip , It doesn't bother me because I use it like a prepoo, this carrot protein doesn't seem to bother my protein sensitivity

Moisturizing Hair Mask,

Ingredients: Distilled water, BTMS (conditioning emulsifier), Aloe butter, Avocado butter, Coconut oil, Jojoba oil, Mango butter, Sal butter, All natural preservative, Glycerin, Guar Gum, Pro Vitamin B5, and fragrance.

my review :works really good , very soft supple hair after using in conjunction with my steamer

Whipped Avocado Cream

Ingredients: Distilled water, Avocado butter, Hemp Seed butter, BTMS (conditioning emulsifier), All natural preservative, Avocado oil, Honeyquat, Pro vitamin B5, Alfalfa powder, Wheat protein, and fragrance.

my review :This is my favorite out of all her butters, I will continue to purchase this one , I am not a fan of this smell so you can order it unscented as well as her other products

Sweet Almond Pudding,

Ingredients: Organic Aloe Vera Gel, Sweet Almond Oil, Cetearyl Alcohol (and) Behentrimonium, MSM powder, all natural preservative, and fragrance

my review :I didn't care for this , it was too light for me but my friends who's hair is thin loved it.

Avocado Cleansing Cream,

Ingredients: Distilled water, Cocoa Betaine, Emulsifying wax, Cetyl - Stearyl Alcohol, Decyl Glucoside, Olive oil, Avocado Oil, Wheat grass powder, Silk Amino Acids, Pro Vitamin B5, Horsetail, Marshmallow, Nettle, all natural preservative, and fragrance.

my review :I haven't tried this on my hair yet but Ive used it to do my friends hair and it works great. You apply it to the scalp and allow the water to rinse it down your hair.

The only other product of hers I have not tried is the Cocoa Peach Pomade. Her products are affordable. I purchased all samples and I'm still working my way through them. She has discounts at the top of the page as well if you click on discounts.


Angelique said...

You making it hard to keep my pjism under control. LOL I'm going to look right now. How are your products coming along?

Shanel said...

I am VERY new to the natural hair blogs... I've been wearing braids for a year and a half and decided finally to go natural... I'll def look up these products.

Shawnystheone said...

LOL@Angelique, I'm slowing getting there. Its more of the paperwork, labels , jars and such that are taking up my time. I should be looking to start around October hopefully. We will see.

Hi Shanel , hair blogs are a wealth of information. I like reading about everyones thoughts and ideas. I would say give Mozeke a glance, I do have to say her products arent expensive and she ships quickly.

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