Cher-Mère Inatural Curling Butter based with Shea butter is the last step in the regimen to seal the conditioning oil and coat the hair shaft to seal the moisture in.
The final step in the hair care regime is to apply a butter-based, creamy moisturizer to your hair to seal that moisture in. The Cher-Mère Inatural Curling Butter is also great to keep in the moisture before doing any type of protective hairstyles.
Who should use this product?
- Persons with kinky hair and thick curls in a layering method such as the LOC or as needed to the ends of hair. This product can be used on its own, but for best results combined with the Inatural Conditioning Oil.
- Persons with looser curls may use this product on its own to help define and moisturize hair.
Aqua (Water), Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe Vera)*, Helianthus annus (Sunflower), Glycerine, Butyrospernum Parkii (Shea Butter)*, Emulsifying Wax, Glyceryl Sterated, Petrolatum, Ricinus Communics (Castor oil), Moringa Oleifera (Moringa), Rosmarinus officinalis (Rosemary), and Citrus Bergamia ( Citrus Bergamot Oil), Caprylhydroxamic acid, Ethylhexylglycerin and Methylpropanediol, and Parafum.
* USDA Organic Certified.
*Parfum - EU compliant underEUdirective67/548/EEC,1999/45/E
Please be aware that ingredient lists may change or vary from time to time.
Finally, a product that smells great, affordable and moisturizes my hair. My toddler loves it as well. It has a rich and luxurious feel. Will defiantly order more.
I love this product! It has such a wonderful warm smell to it, and is phenomenal in my hair!!
This product has a great smell.and does not leave a white residue or hardens the hair. But the curling aspect probably works better on finer hair. Yet I would purchase it again.
I love this product and use it daily . It gives my curls bounce, moisture and my hair smells amazing
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