Thursday, 21 February 2013
Review: Bee Mine BEE-U-Ti-FUL Deep Conditioner
Promise: BEE•U•Ti•FUL Moisturizing Deep Conditioner; our first protein-free deep conditioner that helps to detangle your hair and provide excellent manageability. This deep conditioner is made with creamy and emollient Cupuacu butter, to promote smooth and soft hair while boosting the rebirth of the hair's natural moisture and elasticity. Highly beneficial for dry and damaged hair. BEE•U•Ti•FUL also provides some protection from damaging UV-A and UV-B rays and helps to restore shine and moisture to stressed hair.
Directions: After Shampooing gently & even massage a generous amount of Bee*u*ti*ful into palms and spread evenly from root to ends of hair. Cover hair with a warm towel or a plastic cap for 10 mins. Rinse hair thoroughly with water and style as desired
Ingredients: Distilled water, Cetearyl Alcohol, BTMS (mild emulsifier), 100% unrefined Shea Butter, 100% Organic Coconut Oil, Capauacu Butter, Calendula Extract, Chamomile Extract, Organic Raw Honey, Liquid Germall Plus (Paraben Free), Fragrance (Phthalate Free)
Verdict: After all the hype I heard about this deep conditioner, I was expecting 'liquid gold', but instead I got 'gold plated'... catch my drift? It's much better than the Creme of Nature Professional Moisture Extreme Conditioner, that I recently reviewed, but at the same time, it's nothing to write home about. Out of 5, I think I would give this a 3.5. After use, it left my hair feeling reasonably soft without fail, the smell is pleasant, the texture is nice and creamy, and a little goes a fair way.... BUT it lacked slip, if you're looking for a detangler, this is not it!!! The price is a major let down, had it been cheaper, it would have got a 4/5. I bought the 2oz sample size for £4.50 from british curlies, the next size up is 8oz for £15.00. Personally, I don't like to feel like I'm taking out a mortgage buying one product, I'm on a student budget... Did I mention that £4.50, does not include post and packaging? Would I buy this again, possibly, but it won't be a staple.
ps. I got a new camera, can you tell?