How I used this product:
- Wash hair with Cream of Nature Detangling Shampoo (Red Bottle)
- Apply Queen Helene Cholesterol
- Cover with plastic cap and continue household chores.
- Remove cap after a couple of hours. (plastic cap was warm)
- Rinse and style with Jane Carter Nourish and Shine.
Here are my thoughts and notes on the experience:
- Gosh! This is such unappealing packaging.
- It doesn't smell too bad... or too good.
- Hmmm. It is thick and coats my hair nicely without the risk of dripping.
- I instantly feel my hair getting softer. Wow.
- The ingredients (below) aren't all natural... but I don't care.
- Hmm. I guess this isn't supposed give slip to make detangling much easier.
- After rinsing, it still feels pretty soft. Wow. It's actually softened my hair.
- Hmmm. My post-wash detangling isn't so bad since my hair is softer even though I am using a detangler.
- My hair is now air-dried and styled and I think my hair feels much stronger too.
- I'll definitely be using this again. It's cheap and effective!
Water Aqua , Stearyl Alcohol , Glyceryl Stearate , Mineral Oil , Sodium Lauryl Sulfate , Cholesterol , Lanolin , Propylene Glycol , Diazolidinyl Urea , Methylparaben , Propylparaben , Fragrance Parfum , Disodiium EDTA , FD&C Yellow No. 5 CI No. 19140 , FD&C Yellow No. 6 CI No. 15985 , FD&C Red No. 40 CI No. 16035 , D&C Red No. 33 CI No. 17200