Bella Mechelle Beauty

Product Review: Organics Hair Mayonnaise

Posted on: June 22, 2010

So I’m walking around Walmart for a last  minute Father’s Day gift card and I wander off into the haircare aisle… it’s my weakness, I just can’t help it!  After all of the moisturizing DC’s I’ve done in the last month, it’s about time for a protein conditioner.  I’ve had my eye on the Organic Root Stimulator Hair Mayonnaise but I never felt like shelling out ten bucks for it, soooooo I found another hair mayonnaise for $4.08.  Not a bad steal at all… especially because it worked great on my hair.

I got two GREAT pros from this product…:

  • soft hair
  • great scent

…and one con that I can deal with:

  • semi-tangled hair

Also, I’ve been trying to steer away from products that contain little or no alcohol because of it’s drying effects… Tresemme is my favorite moisturizing conditioner but I might have to give it the boot because of the alcohol content.  If alcohol is in the first five ingredients on the list, then it probably is  high in content.

I just applied the conditioner after washing with Cream of Nature Professional Sunflower and Coconut Conditioning/Detangling Shampoo and put a plastic cap on for about an hour.  Seriously, my hair was so soft afterwards, and I know if my hair is conditioned by the way my hair air-dries.  If I leave it out to air-dry for about 30  minutes, and my roots dry really fast and are dry to the touch, then my hair didn’t get what it needed from that conditioner.

With all that being said… I think I’m really going to ditch all these other products and stick to my no-alcohol diet.  For my hair, I mean.


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