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Product Review: Jane Carter Solution Hair Nourishing Cream


Product: Jane Carter’s Solution Hair Nourishing Cream
Where To Buy: FragranceNet.com
Price:  $15.30 (With Coupon)
Size: 4.5oz

Product Claims: The Hair Nourishing Cream is an ultra-light hair dress perfect for medium to fine dry hair. It's wonderful to put on wet hair to protect hair when blowing out curls and it's amazing when used for flat ironing.

Perfect as a daily moisturizer for unrelaxed or natural hair, it adds shine, nutrients, and emollients that help detangle, fortify, strengthen, protect, smooth, and repair hair.

Key Ingredients:
Water (Aqua), Butyrospermum Parki (Shea) Butter, Glycerin, Xanthen Gum, Garcinia Indic (Kokum) Butter, Shorea stenoptera (Illippe) Butter, Mangifera Indic (Mango) Butter, Citrus Aurantium Dulci (Orange)*, Citrus Grandi (Grapefruit)*, Cymbopogon Martini (Palmarosa)*, Cedrus Atlantic (Cedarwood)*, Caqnaga Odorat (Ylang Ylang)*, Citrus Aurantium Bergami (Bergamot)*, Rosmarinus Officinali (Rosemary)*, Simmondsia Chinensi (Jojoba) Oil, Polysorbate 80,Tocopherol (Vitamin E), Sorbic Acid, Caprylyl Glycol, Ceterth 2, Cetearth 20, Phenoxethanol. *Essential Oils

My Thoughts:
First of all, I must say that I love the fact that it comes in a squeezable tube. This makes it so much easier to get the product out rather than a bottle. Dont you just hate knocking the last drop out of a bottle? Lol! Well I do. I have to rave about the product being in a tube rather than a regular bottle.

The product is very light, so it's easily applied to the hair without weighing it down. My hair literally sucked it up. You really do not need a lot. It penetrates and coats the hair very well. My hair felt so soft and finger detangling was actually easy on my dry hair with the Nourishing Cream. On wet hair the slip was to die for. My hair was very moisturized. This product did what it promises. Hands down!



Pros:
  • Bottle is squeezable so its easier to get the product out.
  • Very moisturizing and moisture last a few days - That's a big PLUS

Cons:
  •  Cannot find anything bad to say whatsoever. Product delivered!


Conclusion:
I will get another tube of this good stuff when its finished. That says it all!


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