Product Review – Hair Butta
I first made Hair Butta a couple of years ago for my daughter’s hair. As you can tell here she got it all over her face and hair and dresser and sheets because she thought she was grown and wanted to do her own hair. Needless to say her dad took a picture of this before he had to wash her hair out. Hair Butta is made with the usual suspects of shea butter, coconut oil, and cocoa butter. They are great with holding in moisture and keeping the hair soft and manageable. Did you also know that coconut oil is closely related to hairs’ natural chemical structure and is the perfect choice for hair. Yes, I’m a science geek..This stuf also has Castor oil for shine and is also anti inflammatory. It penetrates right to the hair shaft. Neem oil is also a feature because it’s anti bacterial and will help keep the scalp free of yeast growth. And it smells bad. That’s why a little definitely goes a long way. Recently I added essential oils of rosemary, tea tree and sage to promote hair growth and combat damaged hair. Tea tree is also very soothing to the scalp in that it is anitfungal, and antiviral and it also helps repeal lice, fleas, and heals cold sores. This can be used for braids, locs, twists and cornrows, as a hair pomade, and for daily grooming. What helps is to use it with a detangler or while hair is slightly damped for extra moisture. This product is currently selling at the discounted price because it is a new product, but that’s only for a limited time. If you have brought hair butta from me, write your own review below.