I’ve been transitioning from texturized hair to natural hair for 8 months. While this is not the first time I’ve transitioned to natural hair, it is the first time I’ve really struggled with extreme dryness. My new growth initially was extremely dry and frizzy; my texturized hair was breaking and splitting more than I was comfortable with. And every product I used did not penetrate my hair well enough to deliver the moisture and nourishment my hair needed.
All that changed when I started using Carol’s Daughter Healthy Hair Butter 3 months ago. Normally I would stay clear of any product called “butter” when looking for a moisturizer for fear that it would be too heavy for my relaxed hair. But, Carol’s Daughter Healthy Hair Butter is actually a creamy hair-dress made for natural and relaxed hair that is full of nothing but healthy hair nourishment. This Healthy Hair Butter combines ingredients such as Shea Butter (a moisturizing powerhouse), Lavender and sweet orange (to rejuvenate), Cedarwood (calms itchy scalp), Lemongrass and rosemary (increase scalp circulation), and others to turn dull, dry, frizzy, and weak hair into strong, silky, vibrant, well nourished hair.
The first time I used Carol’s Daughter Healthy Hair Butter, I noticed an immediate difference. After shampooing and drying my hair, I put a nickel-sized amount of the Healthy Hair Butter into my palm, rubbed my hands together to emulsify the Hair Butter, and then smoothed it throughout my hair. I used a small amount on my scalp as well since my roots and scalp were also struggling for moisture. My hair was smoother and shinier with the first use. I also love the weight and creaminess of the Healthy Hair Butter. Carol’s Daughter Healthy Hair Butter is not heavy and absorbs well into the hair. No heavy residue, no flaking – just healthy shine.
I love using Carol’s Daughter Healthy Hair Butter. It combines healthy ingredients that deliver great results – all without the use of parabens, sulfates, or synthetic fragrances. Now I use Healthy Hair Butter twice to three times a week, depending on my hair’s level of dryness. I’ve noticed far less breakage, less frizz, and less puffiness. I now use it when my hair is wet and I want to air dry my hair. I also use it prior to blow drying and after flat ironing my hair. My hair is healthier and my itchy scalp is calmer and less flaky.
Give Carol’s Daughter a try. I’m sure she’ll become your hair’s best friend, too.
By Nicole L.B. Furlonge