Purchased At: www.hairveda.com
Promises: Whipped Creme Ends Hydration is a hair cream that softens hair. Great for a leave in or daily use. It’s rich with water, shea butter, and castor oil which helps hair reach its potential. Just a dime size amount will do! It softens your new growth, adds unbelievable shine and gives new life to your hair.
Ingredients: Water, Glycerin, Ricinus Communis Oil (Castor), Sweet Almond Oil. Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter),Ceteryl Alcohol, Steryl Alcohol, Sunflower Oil, Allantoin, Isopropryl Palmitate, Emulsifying wax, Germall Plus, Light Fragrance.
**Caution: Do not use before flatironing or curling to avoid damage to hair.
My Assessment: When I first purchased this moisturizer I wasn’t feeling it all that much. It softened my hair but left it feeling weighed down so after a couple uses I relegated it to my product junkyard. A couple weeks ago I was searching for something and found it again and decided to give it another try and I am happy I did. It turned out to be my own fault that my hair was heavy, I was using way too much. A little goes a long way so I’ve been using no more than a dime sized amount and sealing with jojoba oil. My hair feels soft yet light (which is key for me and my fine hair) the next day. It took a while for the scent to grow on me but I like it now. I have also been putting some in a small spray bottle, adding some water and spraying directly on my new growth to keep it moisturized, soft, and manageable. My hair was braking a little at the line of demarcation and this had helped so much. This is such a keeper for me. It had replaced my beloved Qhemet’s Burdock Root Butter Cream (gasp! Lol). It moisturizes better and costs half the price. I’m running low and need to buy another bottle this week. This is def my go to moisturizer now.
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