I just purchased this because I saw it at the store and have heard about it on nappturality.com. I sprayed some on the side of my hair (most proned to dry, hardness) and it did dramatically soften it up…but it has this weird "residue" that isn't unpleasent, just different. I think I'll use this moderately until I figure out an optimal application.
~edited September 5, 2003~
This stuff is great, but it's all gone now. I used it on twists, braids you name it I sprayed it! I now make my own concoction in this spray bottle of Fermodyl, 75% water, Au Lait, jojoba treatment, placenta treatment and a dab of glycerin.
~edited September 24, 2003~
This weeks concoction consists of 75% water, melted shea butter, a dab of almond oil and 2-3 drops of jasmine oil. This is a favorite so far. I ran out of glycerin, but I'm adding some soon.
Generally my spray bottle consists of filtered water, varied essential oils (right now sage, rosemary, and wintergreen), and some castor oil. I shake hard and spray.
edited 1/10/2009 (concerning placenta treatment):
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Price: $2.99 for 8 oz. bottle
Purchased: Ethnic beauty store
Usage: Spray into hair