Burt's Bees Avocado Butter Pre-Shampoo Hair Treatment
This is a great hair treatment (not a traditional conditioner). There are a few things that should be noted however for best results. The texture of this product is greasy and thick, which made it ideal for my thick hair. It is a pre-shampoo treatment - meant to be applied BEFORE you shampoo and condition your hair. I loved using this every week or so to give my hair a rest from blow drying, when I let my hair dry naturally. I applied about 1 1/2 inches (it comes out of the tube like toothpaste) to my damp hair, combed it through with a wide tooth comb (sometimes I then twisted it into a low bun), and then let it dry naturally. When it was dried I was very happy with my frizz free waves which were not sticky, oily or weighed down. My hair was shiny, soft and felt really conditioned and healthy. I also love that it’s 99% natural. This also worked well for me as a leave-in styling aid. I only used a nickel-size amount on my dry hair and the results were fantastic (more than that and it did feel a little greasy). At first it didn't seem like my hair was absorbing it very well and it felt a little greasy. After a few minutes though, my hair felt really soft and was much less poofy and frizzy and remained that way all day. Editor’s Note: This is not for use with thin or oily hair.
I have VERY curly hair. I usually wear it in a sloppy bun that I pretend looks very cute. With Miss Jessie's I am brave enough to wear my hair down in all with its volumes of tiny corkscrew amazingness. This stuff makes my hai... I have VERY curly hair. I usually wear it in a sloppy bun that I pretend looks very cute. With Miss Jessie's I am brave enough to wear my hair down in all with its volumes of tiny corkscrew amazingness. This stuff makes my hair soft and wonderful. The first time I put it on my hair after a wash my jaw dropped at how great it looked with very little effort. I have been using this for more than two years (a 16 oz. tub lasts about 6 months for me) and if I found out it was going off the market I would have an anxiety attack.