Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Creme of Nature Lemongrass and Rosemary Leave-In Creme Conditioner

Creme of Nature Lemongrass & Rosemary Leave-In Creme Conditioner

Creme of Nature Lemongrass and Rosemary Leave In Creme Conditioner

Product Description

  • Soothes damaged hair 

  • Restores moisture 

  • Detangles and prevents breakage 

  • Protects and strengthens hair 

  • Organic lemongrass adds shine

  • Creme Of Nature Lemongrass and Rosemary Leave-In Creme Conditioner creamy formula quickly softens, detangles, and conditions. Organic Lemongrass adds shine while Rosemary helps protect and strengthen.

    Ultra-Purified Water Aqua , Petrolatum , PEG-4 , Glyceryl Stearate , Sorbitol , Cetearyl Alcohol , Ceteareth-20 , Octyl Palmitate , Isodecyl Stearate , Cyclomethicone , Amodimethicone , Mentha Piperita Leaf Extract Peppermint. Rosmarinus Officinalis Leaf Oil Rosemary , Citrus Aurantium Dulcis Oil Orange , Mentha Piperita Oil Peppermint , Citrus Aurantium Oil Lime , Mentha Viridis Leaf Oil Spearmint , Glycerin , Panthenol , Polybutene , PEG-75 Lanolin.

    After shampooing, rinse and towel dry. Massage thoroughly hair. Gently comb through making sure that the ends are treated. Do not rinse out.

    Our Review

    The Scent: A mix between Rosemary and Lemongrass with a lotion fragrance
    The Color: White
    The Cost: Around $4.00
    The Texture: Lotiony

    This conditioner was bought because we were in need of added moisture for miss Diva R and what we had on hand at the time just wasn't cutting it. So we went to our beauty supply store and after looking through tons of products that all seemed the same to me this is the one we went with because of its fragrance and i knew that this was a popular brand so we decided to scoop it up.  I really love Rosemary and Lemongrass so these two together i felt would be explosive and captivating and aside from the lotion scent included it had a good smell.  I honestly used this daily as a leave in for Diva R after we shampooed her hair with and with out using a rinse out conditioner prior too and i felt that the best time to use this was when her hair was slightly wet/damp.  I believed this because it wouldn't apply itself clump-like as most hair lotions would.  I would have to use a whole lot of this on her dry hair and it didn't seem to be as nice on her dry hair versus damp. 

    We used this product until only 1/4th the bottle was left (taking several months to be used up) and we only stopped using this product when Bee Mine fell in to our arms like an angel from the sky *_*

    The consistency being of a lotion nature left a slight residue on my hands there after use and it was sort of sticky between my fingers.

    I would say that this was a decent detangler product on wet/ damp FINE and thin curly hair. I wouldn't say that this is a good product for thick/coarse hair nor is it good on kinky or straight  hair. With all that being said i would rate this as a moderate product aside from knowing the ingredients, now if you know your ingredients than you would deem this as a bad product as i do.  Ive never been one for hair lotions anyways but since this was the 2nd try at hair lotions i thought since it was a better quality than the first kids hair lotion we tried, that we may have success with it but i was wrong.

    This product is loaded with mineral oils, petroleum, cones, alcohol and more baddies that make this product un-recommendable coming from our stand point regardless of its minor decency.

    Hope this was helpful for someone :)

    Diva R's Mommy-Kim

    1 comment:

    camilledrayton said...

    Wondering if you have used the shampoo of this line??