Wednesday, April 13, 2011

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Product Review: Oyin Handmade

I know, I said I was a Reformed Product Junkie. But what's a girl to do when my supposed holy grail gave up on me. Go on a PJ binge??? Nope, been there done that and it was exhasuting. I was fighting the temptation for months. I was working with what I already had in my stash. Things were going good until my hurr decided it was getting bored. Maybe it was the change in the wheather. I obviously wanted to try a product I had never tried before. I did some research and had my eyes on Oyin. There were tons of rave reviews and I was comfy with some of the ingredients listed.

I used this as a leave-in

Honey Hemp Conditioner contains: purified water, organic aloe vera gel, behentremonium methosulfate (emulsifier derived from colza oil), honey, virgin hemp oil, , coconut oil, vegetable glycerine, hydrolized silk, citrus essences, fragrance, optiphen (preservative)

I mixed this with the HH

Shine&Define contains: purified water, organic flax seeds, organic aloe vera gel, sea vegetable complex, coconut oil, castor oil, unrefined shea butter, raw honey, vegetable glycerine, palm stearic acid, vegetable emulsifying waxes, fruit pectin, xanthan gum, dextrose, optiphen (preservative), citrus essential oils; fragrance

Used to seal my ends

Burnt Sugar contains: castor oil, soy wax, organic virgin coconut oil, mango seed oil, olive oil, unrefined hempseed oil, cocoa butter, broccoli seed oil, and fragrance.

The HH and shine and define has a thick creamy like texture. They both smell yummy. Burnt sugar has a sweet smell. It reminded me of a hair grease from back in the day, forgot the name of it. All I remember is the crown logo.

After using the products I did my signature flat twist style. Let it air dry then preserved the style at night by wearing my scarf/bonnet. Hmm... did my hair get along with these products.? I'll have the results posted soon.

This product was purchased with my own money. I did not receive any compensation for this review.


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