Hair Protein Balm
Precio habitual $12.50 USD
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Apply this after a fresh trim
Apply to ends at least twice a week
Notice you will need to trim your ends less often
Great for balancing high Porosity hair
When I first transitioned from perms to natural hair I used honey on my hair all the time to strengthen my hair. Now that my hair is much longer I enjoy wearing it straitened or curled. I decided that I wanted to start back using honey in my hair regularly but how can I do that and put heat on my hair? Sounds messy right? Well I created a Honey infused Balm just for my ends and edges to prevent splitting and breakage 🍯 ✨it’s not sticky at all and I’m able to apply each night when I roll my hair or before I style it 😊
Honey for hair breakage Protein treatments are a popular part of modern hair routines and can help to restore weak and brittle strands. Honey contains roughly 0.5 percent protein . This may not seem like a lot, but it can be beneficial in combination with the other vitamins and minerals honey contains.
Amla oil has many benefits for hair: it nourishes it deeply, which allows it to be healthy, stronger, thicker and grows faster.
Castor oil Just applying it at the ends of your hair every night before you sleep is enough to prevent dry and damaged ends. Regular application of castor oil also repairs brittle hair prone to breakage, thereby enhancing the overall health and texture of your hair.
Coconut oil on the ends of your hair can also help prevent split ends, add luster and shine, and even improve your hair's manageability for styling. Not to mention, it's jam-packed with antibacterial properties and nutrients.
Beeswax The formula and texture of beeswax make it a great choice for sealing split ends. The traces of vitamin A in beeswax make it ideal for moisturizing hair.
Ingredients: Raw Honey, Castor Oil, Alma Oil, Coconut Oil, and Beeswax