New Product Review: Lavera Rose Milk Hair Repair Treatment
…Let me down.
And, I so wanted to love this product. I mean, I was gunning for it the whole way.
I needed to take my extensions out last Thursday night to prepare for my install on Friday. I had a lot of shedding and tangling and dirty shed skin (although I washed almost everyday) and my scalp was itchiiiiinnn’ something fierce.
Biotin, Panthenol, Panthenyl Ethyl Ether, Hydrogenated Lecithin, Vitamin E, Vitamin C EsterEssential oils: Geraniol*, Limonene*, Linalool*, Citronellol*
Water, Soybean Oil*, Grain Alcohol*, Cetearyl Alcohol, Glycerin, Stearamidopropyl Dimethylamine, Sodium Lactate, Avocado Oil*, Lauroyl Sarcosine, Macadamia Oil*, Jojoba Seed Oil*, Squalane, Damask Rose Flower Water*, Peach Extract*, Olive Fruit Extract*,
I got the cheapie packet on sale because I did not want to spend big bucks for a huge bottle and hate it. Smart decision. After I washed my hair with Miss Jessie’s Super Sudsy Shampoo and Miss Jessie’s Creme De La Curl Cleansing Cream. I was already frustrated because I had balls and ball of shed, matted hair coming out of my hair. The dryness after shampooing so much caused a little extra breakage. I had these visions of grandeur that Lavera Rose Milk Hair Repair Treatment product was going to be super-rich considering that it was thick coming out of the package.
Now, to be fair, I was lazy the night I applied the conditioner. it was already after 12 A.M. by the time I washed my hair and I so wanted to go to bed, so I slept in it. I consider this to be the ultimate test of a product; if a conditioner can work without heat… that’s dat gud-gud.
*shakeshead* But this was just bad-bad. Even after I sat under the dryer for a little over twenty minutes my hair was still crunchy and crispy dry. I don’t know.
Has anyone else had a different experience with Lavera Rose Milk Repair Conditioner?
results of my growth: