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.

Mill Creek henna conditioner

Tomorrow, I will tell you about the products I will be repurchasing in 2015. Thanks for reading!

About the author
Dr Fomsky

Nigerian-born Dr Fomsky is a God-lover, a wife, a mom of three, a medical doctor by day. Plus she owns a Nigerian-based online hair product store called Sizzelle.
Dr Fomsky is very passionate about hair, skin and weight management. Since she's had her babies, she's been struggling to keep her weight and her tummy down!
At night, she likes to read books, write blog posts and leave comments on other blogs. She lives in Alberta, Canada and is also the author of Solving your relaxed hair breakage book .
LAST RELAXER DAY: December 15th, 2016
BIG CHOP: January 14th, 2017
Natural Hair, Unknown Porosity, Fine Hair strands, Low to Moderate Density

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7 Comments to Hair products I am leaving behind in 2014

  1. ijeoma nwachukwu says:

    Lol. Simplicity is the key I guess. your hair made so much progress in the last year I was thinking of incorporating many of the things u used. I guess what dy say is true, it’s not always what is done but how it is done. Have a pleasant new year.

    • Dr_fomsky says:

      Happy new year to you. Thank you for thr compliments on my hair. I think it was the grace of God and good practices that made it grow. You can still incorporate some of the things I used. Stay tuned for the ones that are staying with me and my new regimen.

  2. Karen says:

    I have really coarse hair and have been considering, for ease of management, using the beautiful beginnings no mistake curl softener on my hair. I cut my relaxed hair mid year 2014 and do not wish to go back to the straight relaxing. I do not want my hair to lose all the curls, but just want a light straightening. did you like how the product worked with your hair?

    • Dr Fomsky says:

      Hi Karen. The exact product I used was the Beautiful Beginnings relaxer for fine hair. It did straighten my hair. If you want to keep your curls, don’t let the Beautiful Beginnings no mistake curl softener stay in your hair longer than 10 minutes (application and smoothing time). Plus don’t comb through the relaxer.

      • Karen says:

        Thanks so much for your quick response. I was actually thinking of just rubbing it in my hair with my hands. What do you think of that?

        • Dr Fomsky says:

          You are most welcome Karen. If you want to rub it with your hands, I think you just need to make sure that you section your hair step by step & coat all your strands so that you are not left with some areas that are not touched by the Curl Softener. And don’t forget to use gloves!

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