I constantly wear a weave, with my hair braided underneath, so when I take it out, I look for products that can restore the moisture to my natural tresses. Any girl with a head full of Brazilian or Indian Hair will stress how important it is to keep your hair from breaking off and thinning–cue the conditioner! I’ve tried many brands, from Dove to Pantene Pro-V, and I have my favorites–among them is SoftSheen-Carson’s Amla Legend Body Filler Hair Cream Intense Condition + Detangling conditioner!
Here are 3 reasons you should try this product:
Hair that smells good is totally my thing! And I covet that moment when the scent of freshly washed and conditioned hair rises after I lay my head on my boyfriend’s lap (as well does he)..
It’s infused with Amla Oil from India
I’m very familiar with Indian women’s long and luxurious hair (I’ve ordered some myself) and am down to try any hair product that comes from the exotic country especially if it promises it improve my hair. Amla Oil is derived from the Indian Gooseberry, a super fruit rich in vitamin C , proteins, minerals, and anti-oxidants, which nourishes and revitalizes the scalp and hair fibers. Renowned for its natural rejuvenating properties, this intense nourishment and conditioning duo makes you feel as though it’s working upon first use.
After conditioning my hair with SoftSheen’s latest Amla line, my hair felt soft and was easy to detangle–which is extremely important to me.
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3 Reasons SoftSheen-Carson’s Amla Legend Body Filler Hair Cream Conditioner Is A Must Have! was originally published on hellobeautiful.com
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