I recently realized that I never did a review on Carol’s Daughter Healthy Hair Butter! Seeing that I use it pretty often, I thought that I already shared my experiences with you… obviously not. A couple of months ago when I visited my cousins in Connecticut, I was able to get to a Sephora and guess what was there?
A selection of Carol’s Daughter products!
The last time I saw all the products lined up and in store was when I made my way to Honey Fig last winter. There were a couple of things that I wanted to try, but I kept myself under control and purchased the Hair Milk and the Healthy Hair Butter. (Check out the review of the Hair Milk and Lisa’s Hair Elixir here.)
Here are the ingredients for the Healthy Hair Butter:
Water, Soybean Oil, Corn Oil, Beeswax, Shea Butter, Sweet Almond Oil, Cocoa Butter, Jojoba Seed Oil, Wheat Germ Oil, Sandalwood Fragrance, Essential Oils Of Sweet Orange, Lavender, Ylang-Ylang, Rosemary, Lemongrass, Patchouli, And Cedarwood, Vitamin C, Xantham Gum, And Potassium Sorbate.
It has a musky, spicy scent – it’s a scent that the men in your life won’t have a problem with if you decide to moisturize their scalps with it.
What to say about this product? I like it. I like the weight of it. Like I said in my previous CD review, I didn’t necessarily want to like these products, but my hair did. It’s a mid-weight moisturizer that I normally use right after I wash my hair, after I apply my leave in conditioner. I have noticed that, now that the weather is getting colder and drier, the HHB doesn’t work like my homemade moisturizer – although it does have some identical ingredients.
This is something that I can use during the week to keep my hair moisturized, but I find for me, I need something heavy right after I wash my hair and the HHB doesn’t really do much – especially now that it’s getting colder. In the summer? It was wicked.
While it’s not perfect, it’s one of those products that is season-specific. So, I’m going to put down my HHB until the weather warms back up in like May or something. Sigh.
Can I tell y’all something?
I don’t like cold weather. I really don’t. I clearly live in the wrong country because it’s cold at least half the time here. I really need to find my way to Barbados for a vacation or something… well, I’m planning a vacation in January to somewhere hot. I can’t wait 🙂