Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Pura Body Naturals :Product Review


Well I have to say I am quite impressed with Pura Body Naturals. I have rarely found a hair milk that leaves my hair moist and supple without adding anything else. I usually have to seal because of the glycerin, this reminds me of my Shea Moisture Leave in Conditioner in regards to how it works. I could  use this alone to twist on dry hair . Its  very moisturizing and the scent is slightly sweet,almost french vanilla smell to it. The only thing I did not like was the type of container it was in. I will have to reach out to the owner to see if the normal size bottles are the same.  It was very hard to get it out due to the bottle not being an easily squeezable one..

I followed up the Muru Muru Moisture milk with the Cupuacu Hair butter for twists and my hair was sheeny , soft and pliable. The hair butter was whipped to perfection , not a lump in sight and only needing less than a pea size amount to twist and seal the hair with. The smell was a faint Shea butter smell with a hint of coconut but not overpowering at all


I like these so much I will be giving  away some of Pura Body Natural products to two lucky winners next month for Valentines. Stay tuned.

Cupuacu Butter

Ingredients: Cupuacu Butter, Murumuru Butter, Mango Butter, Illipe Butter, Organic Shea Butter, Virgin Coconut Oil, Organic Olive Oil, Jojoba Oil, Organic Brazil Nut Oil, Organic Mamey Sapote Oil, Castor Bean Oil, Herbal extract blend (horsetail, nettles, burdock root) and Essential Oil Blend/and or fragrance

Muru Muru Moisture Milk

Ingredients: water, murumuru butter, BTMS (behentrimonium sulfate and cetearyl alcohol), castor bean oil, palm oil, avocado oil, chamomile extract, vitamin E, phenoxyethanol and capryl glycol (paraben and formaldehyde free preservative)

3 comments:

Amina said...

I want the cupuacu butter...love the ingredients listed

Angelique said...

I Hope she starts selling bigger sizes.

intel said...

The first product I used on my pre washed and conditioned hair was the MuruMuru Hair Milk. I've tried and liked a few other hair milks in the past and was pleasantly surprised to read the first ingredient was water. Additional ingredients included muru muru buter, BTMS (conditioning emulsifier), castor bean oil, palm oil, avocado oil, chamomile extract, vitamin E, with paraben and formaldehyde free preservatives. Smell and texture are the first components I use to assess whether or not a product will work for me. I loved the smell and for those who have tried Carols Daughter's Hair Milk it was similar accept with less of the lemon scent. This product may be used on wet or dry hair.

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