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There’s a new deep conditioner mix I thought I should share. I recently went to the BSS to purchase Organic Root Stimulator deep conditioner (you know the one in the jar):

However, for $10 a jar, I thought that was quite frankly absurd! Now don’t get me wrong, the product is amazing, and maybe when recession isn’t actually hitting too hard home, I’ll fork over the money, but for now I have to be frugal and wise! Well, on the hunt for a good substitute, or atleast something that comes close, I decided to try Africa’s Best Cholesterol with Tea Tree Oil. I wasn’t sure what to expect with this product, but it was certainly cheaper. Well as always, I mix everything with goodies, and this came as no exception.

Here’s what I used:

Organics by Africas Best cholesterol with tea tree oil– 1/2 jar
Castor oil– 1 cap
Coconut Milk–1oz or 1/2 of a regular tea cup
Honey–just a squeeze
Amla oil–cap full

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Mix together in a jar, until a creamy consistency. Apply it to the hair that is parted in 4 quadrants and then section by section row by row,apply from root to the very tip ensuring the hair is fully saturated. Let sit under a heating cap for 25 mins. After that let it marinate for another 10 to 45 mins then rinse using cold water. Then style as you choose. Try it out and tell me how you like it.

Stay Blessed and Afroniquely You!

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Thanks for your tips! I wanted to know if you recommend any natural products? (Without any fragrance or parabens or ingredients that I can’t pronounce or make at my home). Thanks!

    • Hi there! I will try to find some good ones and post on it. Have you checked brands like SheaMoisture? Koils by Nature, Qhemet Biologics,

      also raw shea butters and honey, oils such as coconut, olive, grapeseed, castor oils are good too.

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