I was running low recently on one of my favorite moisturizing conditioners.
I was using motions moisture plus conditioner.
I find this conditioner does a great job at conditioning your hair and it also smells good .
Instead of repurchasing this conditioner, I decided that I wanted to try something new.
I was loving the cream of nature honey, moisturizing shampoo. And since it was such a good review I decided to try the cream of nature honey line hair mask.
At first I was skeptical like I always am when it comes to products.
I thought that it would dry up my hair and would probably cause breakage when I applied it to my hair .
After I rinsed out the honey shampoo. I couldn’t believe how much slip that I put into my hair.
I definitely thought that this would be another ten dollars down the drain but it wasn’t I was so shocked.
I didn’t leave it in my hair for a long because of the time constraint but found that this is a conditioner that doesn’t have to be left on the hair for longer periods of time.
Even if I did imagine how it would feel if I used it if I use a heating cap …amazing!
The cream of nature honey line features three natural ingredients honey, Coconut oil and Shea Butter all of these ingredients give shine moisture and softness to the hair.
Before the conditioner was made I would probably whip up something in the kitchen pantry or fridge to the hair.
I find that this makes things a lot easier and there’s no mess in dealing with a different ingredients and the use of blenders and measuring cups and spoons .
All that work has been removed and combined into a really great product.
If I were to give it stars, I would give it this conditioner 10 stars and its not like me to give all 10 stars.
This product is really the truth. Now, I’m hoping the cream of nature does not end up discontinuing this line because just because of it might be dated , it is truly a top of the line product.
I would recommend it to any woman that is natural or semi-natural texturized like me. I hope you found this article helpful and thanks for reading it.