Hair products I am leaving behind in 2014
- Rhassoul clay: It was a nice product to experiment with but I am trying to streamline my regimen and it just doesn’t fit in. PLUS it is extremely hard to rinse out (in my opinion).
- Ayurvedic powders – brahmi and alma. The same thing I said about rhassoul clay applies to my ayurvedic products.
- Regular henna: My hair was becoming too red and I don’t have time to do henna followed by indigo. The process takes too much of my time!
- Hairveda Sitrinillah conditioner. It is a nice moisturizing conditioner but I found something that works better.
- Rice bran oil and some of my band of oils. They are all just not necessary. 😛
- Jessicurl Too Shea! Extra Moisturizing Conditioner. Not necessary.
- L’Oreal Fibralogy conditioner. Made my hair break. Will be replacing it with something else.
- Yoghurt prepoo. Not necessary.
- Soultanicals conditioning dream. Not impressed.
- Kurlee Belle avocado conditioner. This is a good conditioner but the jar is just too small for my liking. Besides, I found something I like better.
- Franck Provost repair conditioner. Substituting it with something else which kills two birds with one stone.
- Mill Creek Botanicals keratin conditioner. I already have the Mill Creek Biotin conditioner which I will use once every 4 – 6 weeks as my protein treatment.
- Strong Roots Pimento oil. I have always liked this oil but for some reason, it made my scalp burn in 2014.
- Hairfinity. I had one bottle that I finally finished in December. Lol..I took it for like 8 months!!! I am so terrible at taking supplements or medicine in general. However, I have decided to give a shot at another supplement. Find out soon.
- Mill Creek Botanicals Henna conditioner. I will be using the Mill Creek Biotin variation as my heavy protein treatment once every 4 – 6 weeks.
Tomorrow, I will tell you about the products I will be repurchasing in 2015. Thanks for reading!
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