Curl Creams are many and vaired. However if you’re looking for one that:
- Won’t weigh your hair down.
- Won’t make your hair oily.
- Defines curls naturally and makes hair feel thicker when the product is brushed out.
- Is easily reactivated with some added moisture and scrunching.
you’ve found it!
For more information see below.
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Curl Cream has been in the making for a few years. It’s taken much trial and much error, mainly on my own hair! It's been frizzy to gloopy and oily to crispy and back to frizzy but I got there in the end!
What’s in Curl Cream?
It’s a light cream which has a base of organic aloe vera and seaweed. There's also a host of organic oils, butters and waxes to condition and define curls. Then we've added added panthenol and plant keratin to strengthen and nourish each strand of hair.
As if that wasn’t enough the curl cream is fragranced with my gorgeous uplift and revive blend of organic sweet orange and neroli essential oils so you’re sure to have happy curls that smell gorgeous!
How to use it:
Take a small blob of curl cream, rub it between your fingers and apply to wet or damp hair. Give it a scrunch and either allow to dry naturally or dry with a hair dryer with a diffuser attachment. Start with a small amount and add in gradually as needed so you don't use too much.
How is this Curl Cream different to others?
You might have seen videos of ‘curly girl’ methods on YouTube involving about 95 different conditioning/styling/fixing products which is all very complicated and time consuming before you even get round to ‘plopping’ your hair in an old t-shirt!
The many products they use although SLS free, still contain silicones, plasticisers and lots of artificial products that coat and suffocate your hair into submission. Not to mention all the plastic tubes they come in.
So while, with this curl cream, you might not get shiny, plastic coated perfect curls, what you will get is hair that can be itself. It can breathe, it looks natural and behaves naturally.
It comes in a 50g aluminium tin which is fully recyclable.
Aluminium is infinitely recyclable so don't feel guilty popping the tin in with your recycling.
How to make a re-activating curl spray:
Here's a video showing you how to use this curl cream to make a curl reactivating spray.
If you don't want to watch the video there are instructions below.
Place a rounded teaspoon size blob of curl cream into a spray bottle and add around 100ml of water or toner to the bottle. Shake well and spritz through hair to reactivate curls or to tame frizz. If using tap water use within a couple of weeks as the water will go stagnant and the spritz won't smell as great as it did. Toner is fab to use as it won't go off like tap water will.
orange flower hydrolat (citrus dulcis water), aloe vera (aloe barbadensis), seaweed extract (fucus versiculosis), glycerine, emulsifying wax, shea butter (butyrospermium parkii), jojoba oil (simmondsia chinensis), behentrimonium methosulfate, panthenol, plant keratin, olive oil (olea europaea), lavender oil (lavandula angustifolia), sweet orange oil (citrus dulcis), neroli oil (citrus aurantium), ecosafe preservative (benzyl alcohol, dehydro acetic acid, sorbic acid and benzonic acid)
green type = organic ingredients