Burdock Root Butter Cream–Qhemet Biologics

by kcurly on December 31, 2008

in Product Reviews,Qhemet Biologics

Name of product: Burdock Root Butter Cream

Company name: Qhemet Biologics

Retail Price: 8 fl. oz  16.00

Consistency: buttery cream

Scent:very light

Color: white

Ingredients:distilled water, olive oil, extracts of burdock root, nettle and oatstraw, msm sulfur, vegetable glycerine, cetearyl wheat straw glycosides, cetearyl alcohol, cetyl alcohol, stearyl alcohol, conditioning emulsifier, vitamin e, lactic acid, maltodextrin, phenoxyethanol & ethylhexyglycerine, scent.

Purchased from:Qhemet Biologics Website

Review:

I know this product says it’s for fine and thin hair and that’s probably because it’s such a light product. However, even on my coarse, thick tresses, I still found it to be quite enjoyable.  I tried it first in the place of a leave in for a wash n go. Suburbanbushbabe, a member of the 4a section at NaturallyCurly.com forums always raves about this product for wash n go’s. I used it and have to admit that it smoothed on easily, and moisturized nicely. I did have a bit of residue when using this with KCCC at first, but it went away as it dried. I got a very nice hair day from using this and Hairveda Whipped Gelly as well.

It was great on my twists, though I do prefer something heavy in the winter time. I will probably put this away until summer when I like something a little lighter. My twists were pretty fluffy after using the cream though and the moisture was great too. It does not, however, offer a lot of hold –which is fine.

I’ve been sensitive to smells lately, so the scent was a big plus. Lightly scented, I couldn’t even really smell it after I put it on. The price is a bit of a put off at first, but I don’t have to use much to get the desired results. Also the ingredients, as to be expected from Qhemet products, are top notched.

Will I buy this again? More than likely

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