Palmer’s Coconut oil formula haircare products review

So here is my review on using Palmer’s coconut oil formula hair care products.  Above are the shampoo and repairing conditioner. You know the routine. Apply shampoo, massage in hair, rinse. I did this process twice as I have Afro texture hair. Then I applied the repairing conditioner, left to settle on my hair for around 5-10 minutes, then rinsed out thoroughly. I towel dried my hair then applied the Strong roots spray and leave in conditioner spray, picture below.

I loved the fragrance of each product apart from the Strong roots spray. I was very grateful to receive this products to try. You should be available to find these in drugstores, as I have seen the products in Superdrugs in the UK. Or check out the palmers website.

Also these products have

  • no dyes
  • no sulphates
  • no parabens
  • no phthalates
  • no mineral oil
  • no gluten

I always loved Palmers original Cocoa Butter Body lotion, but you know what? its good to try new things which I am doing.

Palmers is a well established brand

Plus here is my short first impressions video

Hope this was a good read

Afrocenchix Soothe Natural scalp oil review

Here is my review on Afrocenchix natural soothe scalp oil.

I received this item in a monthly beauty box subscription called My Ebony box, couple months ago.

I have been using this scalp oil for awhile now. I like to use it after I have washed and conditioned my hair and it is damp dry. And I notice my scalp is less itchy when I use this oil

It is such a nice product to use on my hair, alittle goes along way. It has a nice smell to it. Made from natural ingredients including olive oil, almond oil, and lemon essential oil.

Also is

  • 100% natural ingredients
  • Free from parabens
  • Free from mineral oil
  • Free from artificial fragrance
  • Vegan friendly
  • Never tested on animals
  • Sustainably produced

And is very good on afro texture hair like myself.

A must have item ur scalp will love.