I purchased this deep treatment in April of this year, I am down to about 2 ounces of this and I have to say this will be a repurchase. This stuff is like thick cake frosting and smells as decadent as the name implies. At first I didn't know how the heck I was going to use this because I tried it on dried loose hair and didn't take the time to smooth it in. I wasn't that impressed but knew that my trusty steamer would melt this like chocolate in my hair. Well sugah honey pie, this right here, is the absolute business on protective styled hair. The reason I think so is,when your hair is as dense as mine , you have to be really patient and apply product section by section , then wait for it to melt into the strands. I'm impatient so you know how that goes. At the moment I'm in mini box braids so my hair is separated where I don't need as much product to cover my whole head as it would be the case if it were loose. After applying it to my hair even my hands were moist and soft, I was in love. I think this is suited for winter and fall hair care. In the summer it was too heavy for me but right about now, this is going to be my snuggle bunny when its cold outside! I liked it just that much. Y'all know I love me anything with great Ayurveda tones in it. I also purchased from Spiral Solutions line up, the Caitlin's Conditioner Silky Smooth Conditioning Creme which is wonderful for spring and summer use.
Ingredients: aloe vera juice, cetearyl alcohol (and) behentrimonium methosulfate, shea butter, jojoba oil infused with amla, shikakai, brahmi, bhringraj, comfrey root, nettle, thyme, and rosemary, olive oil, agave nectar, meadowfoam seed oil, stearyl alcohol, argan oil, cupuacu butter, glyceryl stearate, carrot seed oil, caprylic/capric triglyceride (and) achillea millefolium (yarrow) leaf extract (and) salvia officinalis (sage) leaf extract (and) equisetum arvense) horsetail extract (and) utica dioica (nettle) leaf extract (and) lavandula angustifolia (lavender) flower extract, phenoxyethanol (and) benzoic acid (and) dehydroacetic acid, fragrance, citric acid
It is well worth the $16.95