Butters ‘N Bars is my favorite online spot (next to Ayur Natural Beauty) to acquire herbal skin and hair treatments. They carry everything from herbal natural hair care products to organic natural butters.
A few weeks ago I decided to order their conditioning hair masque. It was a toss up between that and their Nourishing Herbal Hair Masque. The reason I chose the conditioning hair masque is because it contains silk protein.
Unlike some naturals who believe that protein is too strong for their hair, I’m found that protein is beneficial to the hair when used properly.
Here’s more information on the Conditioning Hair Masque from Butters ‘N Bars:
“* 100% Australian Pink clay and Moroccan Mud (Rasshoul clay), organic aloe vera juice, virgin hemp seed oil, organic virgin olive oil ,organic raw honey and silk protein in the form of amino acids, and preservative(formaldehyde and sulfate free Preservative)
* Helps restore/maintain hair’s moisture balance
* Adds amazing shine and strength to the hair
* Provides the conditioning effects of henna minus the color”
After using the conditioning hair masque 3 times, I whole heartedly concur with the benefits of this product. I’ve experienced everything from the strength to the shine. It’s an amazing hair product for only $7.99 and is now a staple for me. From what I’ve used so far, I see that I’ll get 7 or 8 uses out of the jar which is shocking to me because its a small jar. However, you only need to use a little as it spreads a lot. Check out this video for more:
Butters ‘N Bars Conditioning Hair Masque is nice and thick and you can smell the clay in it. It’s important to keep it refrigerated so that it does not spoil. Another benefit of that is when you apply it to your hair, it refreshes your scalp.
In case you missed it, I recently shared my revised and simplified hair care routine which I think will stay the same for the foreseeable future. It’s very simple now and this hair masque has made it even better.
Have you ever used a herbal hair masque? What has been your experience?