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Product Review- Mill Creek Henna Conditioner

Product Review- Mill Creek Henna Conditioner

 

I purchased this product in a natural store somewhere in Cambridge. I can’t remember the particular name of the road but I guess that this product should be available in any natural store in the UK. You could also buy it online if you would also like to try it out. I personally purchased it for two reasons. Firstly, the word henna on it caught my eye. I’ve never seen a product with henna as the number two ingredient so you could say I bought it out of curiosity. (For those of you who don’t know what henna is, it is basically a plant-derived all natural dye, that can be used to colour, thicken, strengthen and add shine to your hair).

My second reason was because I have also tried the Mill Creek Biotin Shampoo and Conditioner and I can certainly vouch that it gives the best protein treatment for my hair.

Here’s how I used it : I applied this conditioner liberally all over my hair after shampooing and left it in for 30 minutes under a shower cap. Then followed with an apple cider vinegar rinse, applied a leave in conditioner, styled in medium single braids and allowed my hair to dry overnight whilst sleeping in a satin bonnet.

My result the next morning was quite surprising. Even my sister had to comment on my hair colour. I knew the conditioner had henna as the second ingredient but I did not expect it to give any obvious colour change after first use because, organic henna is proven to only show drastic hair colour results after repetitive use.  

Before     

After       

The company emphasises on the product that, “Our exclusive blend of pure botanical Henna and Keratin protein does not impart hair colour so it can be used on all hair colours to help your hair become shinier and more manageable. Our Enhancing Formula works naturally to condition and accent the highlights of the hair and capture the hidden tones.”

So I’m thinking does that mean this product revealed some hidden colours my hair had? I honestly don’t know but I do like the results, only that I just wasn’t prepared for it. If anyone has tried this product on their natural hair let me know in comment section below. 🙂

 

Full Ingredient List

Deionized Water, Henna Extract, Palm Christi Oil, Panthenol ( Pro Vitamin B5), Hydrolyzed Keratin, Chamomile Extract, Barley Extract, Stearalkonium Chloride (Fiber base content), Cetyl Alcohol, Octyl Dimethyl PABA, Citric Acid, Caramel, *Organic Aloe Vera Gel, Organic Essential Oil, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium benzoate, Botanical Fragrance.

About The Author

Chinwe Juliet

Hi! My name is Chinwe Juliet and on here I share with all honesty all the information about my natural hair. Natural hair is beautiful so all my tips and tricks will be listed to help you achieve the look you desire. I also hope to inspire everyone of you not only with your natural hair but your inner beauty as well.
We are fearfully and wonderfully made.
Thank you for being here. Stay blessed and love always.

2 Comments

  1. joydivine

    I bought a henna mask but haven’t used it in my hair, I also bought the natural henna, pure henna but haven’t used it as well, waiting for time because am kind of a busy person. but Happy for you that you got good results.

    Reply
    • Chinwe Juliet

      I completely understand. Using pure henna just feels like it’s a long process but a quick tip is you can mix your henna powder with your favorite deep conditioner and apply it to your hair. The longer it stays the better the results.

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