Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Product Review: Hairitage Hydration Cocoaloe Hair Hydrator

Price: $8.00 for 4 oz / $14.00 for 8 oz

Available At: HairitageHydration Etsy store

Promises: This creamy moisturizing hair lotion is great for dry, brittle hair. It contains aloe vera gel which naturally conditions hair and just a touch of glycerin to pull in moisture from the hair into the hair shaft.

Directions: Rub a small amount of this thick hair lotion between your palms/fingers and smooth it into freshly washed/wet hair as often as you like. Can be used on dry hair also. Follow up by sealing with your favorite Hairitage Hydration butter.

Ingredients: Water, Aloe Vera Gel, Olive Butter, Coconut Oil, Olive Oil, E-wax, Stearic Acid, Vitamin E Oil, Rosemary Extract, Liquid Silk, Germall Plus, and Fragrance, Vegetable Glycerin

My Assessment: This is Hairitage Hydration's first water-based moisturizer and I think it's a pretty good first. I've used it for a few weeks now and I like it. It has a very light consistency and absorbs well into my hair. It has a pleasant citrusy scent that doesn't linger too long. I keep the heat set between 80-82 degrees (I hate being cold) in my apartment and haven't been using my humidifier (shame, shame). Needless to say, the air in my apartment is pretty dry, so I was a little worried about the glycerin in this product (when their isn't enough moisture in the air, glycerin will pull moisture from our hair) but because it's listed as the last ingredient I don't think there is enough of the product to cause any issues; it hasn't dried my hair out at all. After sealing with Hairitage Hydration Coconut Mango Moisturizer (check out my review here), my hair is soft and moisturized for hours, just what I need when I'm out or in my dry apartment. I also love that this moisturizer doesn't weigh my hair down. Even after moisturizing with it every day, my hair isn't heavy, my strands aren't stuck together. The Cocoaloe/Coconut Mango combo has been giving me moisturized hair and shine, shine, shine. Here's the link to a picture I posted a few weeks ago after moisturizing and sealing with these two. While this moisturizer doesn't replace Darcy's Botanicals Coconut Lemongrass Transitioning Creme (side note: that product name is too long) as my number one staple, it's still a good moisturizer to have and rotate.
The product name on my jar of Coconut Mango Hair Moisturizer has faded from use. Whoops.


Disclosure of Material Connection: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

7 comments:

  1. Dang it's pricy!! I'll remain using Darcy's Coco Lemon .... btw i'm digging this new website design!!

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  2. I like this product as well. I have quite a few of her productsand they are really good. She has a new leave in that I want to try as well...sweet marshmallows or something like that. Can't wait til she comes out with a DC.

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  3. I have several of her hair products, although pricey they are worth every penny and more. My eldest had a bald spot, we used the castor infusion and now a few months later her hair has grown back and you can't even tell there was a bald spot! My youngest daughter her hair is loc'ed I also use the castor infusion in her hair as well works wonders, trust you won't be sorry.

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  4. Tried it with the Coconut Mango Moisturizer for the first time last night after co-washing and this morning my hair felt super soft.

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