Well a lot of folks don't know exactly how to use it. I on the other hand use anything that says pomade to twist with. I see or hear the word pomade and I think sticky. Sticky , means its going to cling and cling means I need something moist so it clings better hence my love affair with pomades.
Ive been using the Amla pomade for the last three years, it works great as a sealer on twists or even to twist with , A friend of mine uses it solely on her hairline and she swears it has thickened in her fragile edges. Its 100% natural as well as 100% vegan. The jar lasts a long time because you really don't need a lot. I simply lay my finger on top of the product and lift up , its sticks right to the skin.
Ingredients: The Amla fruit, traditionally macerated in either pure Coconut or Sesame oil, yields what is known as Amla Oil, a traditional hair care panacea used in Indian hair care traditions for centuries. Ayurvedic medicine recommends the use of Amla Oil to improve the condition and health of the hair and scalp. It possesses natural color retention, hair retention, dandruff control and follicle strengthening properties. Softens and conditions the hair and scalp and supports growth.
100% Vegan, 100% Natural!
Has a light, natural citrus scent
Does not contain mineral oil, lanolin, proteins, silicone's, artificial fragrances, dyes or parabens.
Directions: Part hair and spread a thin layer directly to a clean, dry scalp. Use a small amount on edges and ends to smooth, soften and add sheen. Use also as a styling aid for braids, twists, locs and coils.
|re twisted my twist out real quick, with Natural Jenesis Moo-la Creme Daily Leave In & Amla Pomade|