The Afroveda Products my Hair Can’t Live Without

 

I’ve been using Afroveda Natural Hair products  for the past three  year. I’ve tried several of the products but these four are my tried and true favorites. I got these when Afroveda had a flash sale and everything (excluding kits) was 40% off!

Cocolatte Moisture Mask (Rich Hair Creme) $17.50 8oz: This product is a favorite of my husbands. It rejuvenates dry hair and adds intense moisture. I use this on my hair when I wear twist outs. My husband loves to use this product on his coarse beard. He says it makes it feel softer. I think he really just likes the rich chocolate smell. A little of the product goes a long way and you don’t ned much before your hair is truly feeling moisturized.

Totally Twisted Ginger Almond Butter Cream $26.50  16 oz: This is my fourth jar of the Totally Twisted. I Love, Love Love it! If you don’t really like to use Gel on your hair this is a great alternative. It provides a medium hold and adds intense moisture to your hair. I use this to do my two strand twist or my finger coils. The smell is pleasant and not not overbearing. I definitely recommend this product!

Ashli Amala Red Raspberry Deep Conditioning Hair Mask $21.95 10 fl oz.: This stuff smells delicious, that is if you like raspberries. I call this my special occasion conditioner. It treats my hair so good I only bring it out every once and a while. Made with Neem Oil, Moringa and Red Raspberry, this hair mask will leave your tresses feeling baby soft. I usually don’t want to add anything else to my hair because it feels so good.

SunSilk Citrus Herbal Hair Oil $12.95 8 fl oz.: I bought this just because it was 40% off. I wanted a different type of oil and not my usual grape seed, or apricot kernal oil. This baby contains Almond Oil, Mustard Seed Oil, and Sunflower Seed Oil mixed in with all our usual oils. I use this every other day to add some moisture to my scalp. It’s not to heavy and smells wonderful. It’s taken the place of my usual oil mix and really helps to rejuvenate my dry and frizzy coils.

Afroveda has other amazing products as well such as their Pur Whipped Gelly and Shikakai Hair Growth Elixir. If you have tired, dry hair that is prone to split ends these items would be a great addition to your hair care regimen. The only thing I don’t like about Afroveda is their long process to delivery times. It took almost 3 weeks for me to receive my products after ordering this batch. I honestly forgot that I even ordered until I received the shipping confirmation email. Due to their price increase a while back I don’t order as much as I used to, but if you sign up to be on their email list you can catch amazing flash sales! Afroveda can be purchased here

Have you tried an Afroveda Products? Which one is your favorite?

My name is Melody Robinson Wright, and I am a wearer of many hats. When I’m not taking care of the home as a loving wife and mom to two spoiled dogs, I’m in the lab tackling one life’s biggest diseases, Malaria. I am also the Beauty Editor of Cosmetically-Challenged.com, where beauty rules are so faux pas! I am a admitted beauty junkie who has refused rehab. I love all things beauty wether it’s high end or found in your local drug store.

There are 6 comments for this article
  1. Melania at 11:52 am

    I love this stuff!It’s really good quality ,the shea Amla makes my hair uber soft ! Alot of ppl complain about the price yet buy subpar stuff with tons of chemicals for even MORE money *read Miss Jessie s * ,another plus point is the fact the products are full to the rim !

  2. Marsheilah at 1:19 pm

    I love Totally Twisted and I also like Cocolatte. I am interested in trying Curl Define and Pur. I get my oil mixes from Hairveda, however I am interested in trying a few Afroveda deep and leave in conditioners.

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