It has been a little while since I have shared a hair update. I will be protective styling soon. If you are looking for a protective style for the summer, check out this Pinterest board for inspiration. While I haven't made any changes to my hair, I have definitely been exploring different hair care products, including KeraVada. KeraVada sent me three products from their product line to review. Keep reading to learn more...
KeraVada sent me three products, including their Alter Ego - Follicle Stimulation Blend: Kenyan Coffee + Green Tea + Nettle Tea, Herbal East Hair Butter Crème Brûlée and 4 in 1 Co-Wash, Cleansing, Detangler and Deep Conditioner. In the last two months, I have used these products altogether and in various combinations.
Their website and social media did not have a detailed company description; however, below is their company description on Twitter:
We are the solution for problem hair. Period. The Ayurvedic Hair Care Authority KeraVada.
- Very Moisturizing
- All Natural
- Produces Gorgeous Curls
- Costly ($15.99 or higher for most products)
- Mainly Available Online (Only in-store in Texas)
Not long after I received these products, I immediately gave them a try. The first two times of use, I used all three products together and over time, I tried different variations of these products along with other brands. Below I will share my thoughts on each product:
Alter Ego - Follicle Stimulation Blend: Kenyan Coffee + Green Tea + Nettle Tea ($15.99) - This by far was my favorite product from the company. KeraVada states that this product contains the most powerful natural hair growth stimulants you can buy. Although I don't believe much in hair growth from products, I will say that this oil is amazing. I did not see major hair growth, but my hair and scalp love this. It works great to moisturize the scalp as well as to use on my hair with the LOC method. When using this product with the LOC method, I was able to have moisturized hair for a week. I also mentioned this product in my April Favorites.
Herbal East Hair Butter Crème Brûlée ($17.99) - The creme brulee is so lightweight that I literally thought the jar was empty when I first received the products. Even though it was lightweight, it produced a major amount of moisture. I used it for twist outs and I had the most moisturized curls I have had in a long time. Plus, the curls lasted for just about a week. The best part is that I only used a small amount of product for each twist out so there is plenty left in the jar.
4 in 1 Co-Wash, Cleansing, Detangler and Deep Conditioner ($15.99) - Out of all of the products, this product was my least favorite. I used it as a co-wash, conditioner and deep conditioner. It did not cleanse my hair at all. When I would use this product as a co-wash, it would leave flakes in my hair and my scalp did not feel cleansed whatsoever. Using it as a conditioner and deep conditioner, also left flakes that were hard to remove even with rinsing my hair.
Would I Recommend?
If you are someone with dry hair, I would highly recommend the follicle stimulation blend and creme brulee products. They are extremely moisturizing and hold moisture in your hair for several days. With me having color in my hair, I was very impressed by the moisture it gave me. If you are like me and are on a budget, the price point may be a bit hard to swallow, but if anything, I highly recommend the follicle stimulation blend. It lasts a long time (I still have half of the bottle) and it can be used a variety of ways. To learn more about KeraVada, click here.
Have you heard of KeraVada? Which product would you be most likely to try?
God bless & stay fabellis,