- Great for chemically treated hair
- Leaves hair soft and restored to a natural state
- No petroleum
- Easy to apply
This use to be a staple product of mine during transitioning and even 8 months of me being 100% natural. I loved it! Then, I started doing more research on products and their ingredients, this product has mineral oil in it. I know there's lots of controversy on whether mineral oil is good or bad for your hair, but I didn't take any chances so I stopped using it immediately. Over these past few months, I have noticed that my hair is not as strong as it used to be when I was using this product. I noticed more shedding and even breakage which started me doing herbal henna treatments like Amla, Brahmi, and Cassia for strength.
I would mix the Le Kair with my homemade shea butter mix and leave it in my hair overnight...
Should I start using this again???
1 Haas avocado
2 tbsp coconut oil
3 tbsp mayo
1 tbsp olive oil
1/4 cup water
This was another treatment I used during my first 6+ months of being natural.
My product junkie kicked in and I stopped doing this treatment.
I honestly believe my hair was a lot stronger and healthier when I was doing the avocado treatment and using the Le Kair overnight every 7-10 days.
Should I start doing this again???
So...I stopped my regime above and started a new one with these: Cassia, Amla, Brahmi, Shikakai
I did research on all these and got tips & advice from other naturals, so I decided to give them a try. I love the results I get from using Cassia and my hair feels very soft after a treatment and my curls are loose which is great! I add tbls. of the others to the Cassia to get a really good conditioning, strengthening treatment and a well cleansed scalp.
Only difference is I don't feel like these are strengthening my hair honestly...maybe I'm crazy and they really are and I just don't notice it but, that's just my personal opinion. I'm sure it's all fine, I just seem to have a ton of shedding that I didn't have before.
I do this treatment every 4 weeks
Should I continue???
Rhassoul Clay Treatment:
1 cup of Rhassoul Clay Powder
3/4 cups of hot water (add water slowly)
1 tsp of melted Brazil Nut Butter
2 tbs of Bee Mine Deep Conditioner
1 tbs of Coconut Oil
I got this amazing recipe from *KinkyKurlyQueen*
I've only done this treatment once for 1 hour but my hair felt GREAT after! I wished I could have left it on longer but I was in a hurry. I did the set of small twists I am currently wearing right now after this treatment and my twists have been very moisturized. I need to try this again in order to give a honest opinion about it but so far I like it.
My problem is all of these treatments have their benefits and have worked very well with my hair type and texture. If I continue with ALL of these treatments, how in the world am I going to fit them all in??? I have no idea?!
This is what I've come up with:
Hot oil treatment for 20 minutes then finger detangle
Add conditioner then Huetiful hair steam for 10 minutes
Co-wash or shampoo (shower detangle)
Avocado treatment for 1 hour every wash?
Cassia treatment for 3 hours every 4 weeks?
Rhassoul treatment for 3 hours every 6 weeks?
I don't want to manipulate my hair too much and cause more shedding or breakage so I figure less is better.
I don't know???
Good? Bad? Stop? Go?
I need advice ladies!!! Please help...