Natural Hair

Review: Noughty 97% Natural Intensive Care Leave-in Conditioner. 

I love the name and the honesty, it says it is 97% natural that made me lol…I love that it doesn’t claim to be 100% natural. It is for frizzy and damaged hair. It promises to help banish damaged hair and split ends.

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Packaging: I actually like the packing, it is lilac in color and the writing on the packing is in black, white and purple. On the packing it tell you how to apply the leave-in conditioner. It says to apply after washing your hair and to focus on the length of your hair and not the roots. Because it is a leave-in conditioner you do not rinse it out. The rating I am going to give for Packing is 4 out of 5. 

Price: I bought the Noughty 97% Natural Intensive Care Leave-in Conditioner at Clicks for R149.99. I thought that it was expensive considering the size of the product. The rating I am going to give for Price is 3 out of 5. 

Application: The Noughty 97% Natural Intensive Care Leave-in Conditioner melts into your hair like butter. It is thick and creamy, and it glides onto and into the hair shaft. I have long hair, so I did use quiet a bit. The rating I am going to give for Application is 4 out of 5.

Quality & Size: This leave-in conditioner is 150ml or 5fl.oz. It is way too small for me. It is free from; Petrochemicals, Parabens, Sulphates and Silicones. It is contains ingredients like Shea Butter and Argan Oil.The rating I am going to give for Quality & Size is 3 out of 5, because it is too small. The rating I am going to give for Quality and Size is 2.5 out of 5.

Results: I loved the results, it kept my hair soft, and moisturized during the Johannesburg winter and it worked well with different stylers.

I am loving this leave-in conditioner. I was pleasantly surprised by this product. It worked so well during the Johannesburg winter. It is a keeper for me.

Racquel 

I am a natural hair and skin enthusiast. I am passionate about healthy hair and skin. I load new video on The Curl Factory's YouTube Channel and The Curl Factory Facebook page on Mondays and Thursdays.

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