My Holy Grail Deep Conditioner by Mielle Organics

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Mielle Organics Babassu Oil Deep Conditioner

If I had to recommend one deep conditioner out of all of my deep conditioners it would be this one. This is a staple in my hair regimen for so many reasons! This is my personal review of the  Mielle Organics Babassu Oil Deep Conditioner. It comes in an 8 oz jar and it’s promises are to “restore protein balance for moisture and growth” I believe that this product is great for giving my hair the protein it needs to prevent breakage. Preventing breakage requires a moisture protein balance and so i alternate between this deep conditioner and a moisturizing deep conditioner weekly throughout the month and my hair has been thriving. I definitely recommend this deep conditioner for anyone who is looking for some extra protein for their hair.

The Smell:

This deep conditioner has a strong minty smell that lasts for days and I love it.

The Slip:

Personally I hate thick deep conditioners as it is hard to distribute it throughout my hair. However, with this deep conditioner I do not have that problem. A little goes a long way and when I apply this to my hair it just glides through my curls so effortlessly.

The benefits:

Some improvements with my hair that I got from using this deep conditioner along with a moisturizing deep conditioner is stronger hair. My hair isn’t as fragile after using this product which has resulted in less breakage. This deep conditioner contains proteins that are very beneficial to the hair.

You can purchase this deep conditioner on amazon using this link here: <a target=”_blank” href=”https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00ZGC8X2E/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=B00ZGC8X2E&linkCode=as2&tag=dta05-20&linkId=1cfeda7b3f37c1b373e69b7a46beaa20″>Babassu Oil And Mint Deep Conditioner</a><img src=”//ir-na.amazon-adsystem.com/e/ir?t=dta05-20&l=am2&o=1&a=B00ZGC8X2E” width=”1″ height=”1″ border=”0″ alt=”” style=”border:none !important; margin:0px !important;” />
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Washing Hair Using Bentonite Clay?

What I Use:

  • ┬áHealth & Beauty Aztec Secret Indian Clay Mixture
  • Bragg’s Apple Cider Vinegar
  • Water
  • Wooden or plastic spoon and bowl

Yes! that’s all I use to cleanse my hair to get the result of soft, clean, and curl defined hair.

The Process:

The first step is to mix all the ingredients together and make sure your not using anything metal to mix the ingredients otherwise the benefits wont be as great. When mixing the clay, water, and apple cider vinegar the measurements are not that important; however add more water than apple cider vinegar.

I recommend applying this mixture on wet hair because when applied to dry hair the clay tends to dry up and clump together. After applying the mixture to your hair put a plastic cap on your hair and for best results try to leave it in for at least 30 minutes.

The Benefits:

Using bentonite clay as an alternative cleansing agent to shampoos has done wonders for my hair. Bentonite clay removes many toxins from the hair and scalp without any drying effects. Things that this clay helps remove from the hair are dirt, build up, and hard water.After using this clay my hair is softer than ever. Another benefit is the wonders this clay does for my curls. This clay helps define my curls so much which helps with my wash & go’s. Also the use of apple cider vinegar with this clay adds to the cleansing effects.

Tips:

  • Apply in the shower to avoid any messes
  • Mix with henna for a three in one treatment of moisture, protein, and cleansing
  • Use your leftovers to cleanse and detoxify your skin!
  • Add some oils to your mixture

 

 

All About Natural Hair

Going natural is probably one of the best decisions I made for myself. It has been a long process so far but I have learned a lot along the way. Through trial and error I have learned the best ways to care for my hair. I’ve come along great hair products that are now my staples and came up with a regimen that’s perfect for me. This blog is dedicated to the natural hair ladies out there who are willing to take my natural hair tips and share theirs.

One thing I can say is to stay consistent, be patient, and good luck!