I went into Clicks pharmacy yesterday in search for a reasonably priced deep conditioner since my ORS mayo is about to finish. Some green/blue and yellow colours caught my eye and y’all know I love me some attractive packaging!
I had seen this product in passing on Good Hair Diaries and in her review she seemed pretty impressed with it. So naturally I picked it up to give the ingredient list a once over. The most attractive thing about this product though? The fact that it was on special! I could not resist only paying 33 Pula for a deep treatment masque as opposed to the 70 I would have paid for ORS Mayo.
The selling point of this product line? See below…
The products Clicks has from the line are shown below (I did the sly camera phone thing for y’all)
My jar of hair mask is untouched. I’ll probably use it this weekend, because I’m excited, or I’ll hold out till next week. I’m honestly drowning in regular conditioner so I should aim to use up those first.
In other news, I started using the Shea moisture curl enhancing smoothie and Cantu shea butter leave in a friend of mine left for me before she returned to the States. My hair feels AMAZING and it’s baby hair soft right now and I’m loving it! How unfair that these products are not available here!
I will shed a tear when they finish.
I was also given an African Pride Olive Miracle braid sheen spray and I have been pleasantly surprised by it. I don’t give sheens the time of day because their job is to just add shine to braids or extensions, I’ve never associated them with moisturizing or conditioning qualities. I took the time to read the bottle and it’s actually a generally good spray. I’d been hating on it for no good reason. My only problem with it is the strong scent. It’s quite overbearing. Other than that, I was pleased with it and will add it to my list of hair spray options. It’s light so it’s good for daily use because it won’t cause too much build up.