Saturday, December 5, 2009
Qhemet Biologics Amla and Olive Heavy Cream
Amla and Olive Heavy Cream (AOHC)
First this stuff is what legends are made of. Serious.
Here's another wonderful cream. A word of caution: Fine and thin haired ladies/guys should opt for the Burdock Root Butter Cream instead of the AOHC. This stuff is HEAVY DUTY. If you have medium to coarse, thick, and very dry hair you really ought to give this a go.
The smell is lemony citrusy but like most of her other products it doesn't linger. It's very natural smelling. It is a heavy product--we use it on the ends of my daughter's hair and as a pre-poo treatment for when her hair feels exceptionally dry and straw like. You can use it on wet or dry hair but be aware it does cause a small amount of build up on T's hair if we use it daily in heavier amounts. So just watch the amount you are using.
My ex has very very very coarse hair and this is an amazing product for him--weird I know that I care about my ex's hair but whateva'--it leaves his hair soft for 2 days.
AOHC packs the HIGHEST wollop I've ever experienced in a hair care product as far as pure moisture to add softness. If you are closer to the coarse end of the spectrum and/or you have more highly textured hair this is a must buy product. There are plenty of youtube vid's that you can check out to get more info.
The Pikistrip above is a pic of my ex's hair with Qhemet Biologics Olive and Honey Balm and Amla and Olive Heavy Cream in. The first and third pic's are the B4 pictures. Look at how great it looks after and, although you can't see it in photo's, it is so much softer. He has type 3/4 very coarse and very dry hair.