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[media-credit name=”Oyin Handmade” align=”aligncenter” width=”640″][/media-credit]Product: Oyin Handmade Hair Dew (daily hair quenching lotion)
Purpose: Leave-in hair conditioner
I travelled and forgot to pack conditioner for my hair and after washing it, I needed one. So someone gave me Oyin Handmade Hair Dew to use as a hair conditioner. There was a hair pomade there too which was absolutely fantastic, but I had to give that back and was allowed to leave with this one. It is produced for natural hair and the function on the bottle says:
this creamy, conditioning leave-in is light enough for every day. it’s great on ‘naked’ hair immediately after a cleanse, or as a way to reinvigorate tired hair all the way through your hair care cycle. for seriously protective hair experience, try using hair dew on moist hair (or over a quick spritz of one of our Juices herbal leave-ins) and then seal ends with one of the Sugar Pomades before gently manipulating hair into a protective style like braids, twists, or an updo. days of moisture, sheen, and hair happiness!
I love Oyin Handmade. I’m at the transition stage of natural hair and whenever I loosen my hair from corn rows or anything else it could sometimes get really tangled up and painful to comb. I just put a little on my hands and then rub it all over the hair with specific attention to the roots and the result is soft, easy to comb hair. It also has a lovely fragrance. I used it on my daughter’s hair also and she enjoyed it.
Unfortunately, this is not sold in Nigeria. Forget that the name is ‘Oyin,’ which could tempt us to think it is a made in Nigeria product, it is actually made in the US and sold for about $13.99. It’s on Amazon though and if you buy things from Amazon, then you should definitely try this. Your hair will thank you.
Their website is: www.oyinhandmade.com
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