Naptural85 who pretty much brought this product to the attention of many naturals. I decided on which wash (there are 5) based on this video and this one by YT'er Dawnyele (R.I.P) whose hair type was closest to daughters'.
Lucky for me they are based in MD but instead of taking the drive I decided to order online which I knew would be quick. I ended up ordering the 16 oz. in the Left Coast Lemon which seemed like a better deal since shipping was just about $9. I ordered on late Tuesday night and go it on Thursday. This product detoxes by ridding your hair of impurities and synthetic ingredients which just coat the hair to give damaged hair the look and feel of being undamaged. The catch is that you can't use other products such as shampoos, conditioners or stylers as they may be loaded with synthetic ingredients that the wash removes and it becomes counterproductive. But you can always do as you please...
I am going to start this new washing regimen with simply the mud wash and my whipped shea mix and/or oils and see how BG "S" hair responds!
I decided to detox for 3 days leaving the mud wash in for a longer period of time. I only used the mudwash and my whipped shea mix to seal, no additional products. It works like a 3 in 1, it cleanses, condition and detangles! I must say I am really impressed by this product.
Full Product Review coming soon...
|Day 1 Detox|
The hair felt a little funny during the first wash but got better with the next two. The last wash, I let it sit in her hair for an hour to speed the detox process. I was actually able to finger detangle with this product
|Day 2 Detox|
|Day 3 Detox|
Her twist-out was so light and fluffy.
Check out this list, its crazy...very interesting: http://www.terressentials.com/ingredientguide.html
What do you think and have any of you tried Terressentials Products?