This is probably the single best thing I’ve used since deciding to grow my hair out. I shaved my head 7 years ago and a year and a half ago, I decided to start growing it out. At the start of that journey, I began taking 500mg biotin pills. 3 months in, I learned about these 10,000mg pills. My hair has been growing so beautifully since then. Of course regular care and attention keeps my hair healthy but I know that by taking these pills daily and drinking plenty of water, my hair is growing better than it would without the pills.
The best leave-in conditioner I've ever used. It doesn't dry white or flaky at all and leaves my hair feeling SUPER soft. This was great (by itself) for my super short TWA on wash-and-go days.
I use this for my buns, puffs, or any style where my hair has to be tightly pulled back. I've never liked using jams or gels on my dry hair for fear of clumping and an overall look of too much product but this jam isn't like that. It has a LOT of shine and holds my hair in place without making my hair stiff. It also kind of fades away daily. If I make a nice, tight bun with my hair on day 1, I definitely have to redo the bun and reapply the jam for it to look as nice on day 2.
This stuff smells awesome. I spray this three times in the palm of my hand and rub it in before undoing my braids or twists to keep my hair from frizzing. It seems to help control the frizz. I also use it to add sheen after fluffing.
I mix one part of this curl revitalizer with one part water in a spray bottle that sprays (instead of squirting like this bottle does) so that I get more coverage in the morning when I'm fluffing my hair. Smells good but on it's own would work very well.
My mom used this on my hair when I was a child and I've gone back to using it for deep conditioning treatments as an adult. I slather it in my hair (sometimes with Garnier Fructis Triple Nutrition Conditioner) and a Jamaican Black Castor Oil mix and leave it in under a shower cap from anywhere from 30 minutes to 24 hours. It always leaves my hair feeling super soft which is what I love about it. It's also relatively cheap at under $4/jar.
My absolute favorite conditioner. I was using this when I had permed hair and still use it on my natural hair. I love how thick it is. I use it to wash my hair and I mix it with cholesterol for deep conditioning treatments. It also smells amazing.
I use this as the conditioner (C) in the LOC method for twisting or braiding my hair after washing. It leaves my hair feeling super hydrated without being heavy and dries clear so that I don't have to worry about flaking.