Sister's Keeper Dip Hair And Body Moisturizer
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Sister's Keeper Dip Hair And Body Moisturizer Reviews

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2 reviews
Ranked #1348 out of 2161 in Hair Care

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October 12, 2012


I also received this in my Sweet Delights package and its by far my favorite that I received in my package.I think Takoda and I probably have the softest hair in Canada lol...When I first received this and read the ingredients I knew before even trying it that it was good for my hair.

The ingredients include distilled water,infused with burdock root and nettle leaf.,slippery elm,hemp seed butter,coconut oil,hazelnut oil,pathenol natural emulsifier,natural thickner and fragrance as an option...however I placed my order and decided to get mine unscented.It says it can be used as a hair moisturizer/leave in treatment and a skin moisturizer.

I prefer to massage it through my dry hair and then shampoo and condition as usual.I also use a little on my dry hair on the ends as a leave in treatment. It really does leave your hair incredibly soft my hair feels so smooth and healthy and looks great.I also love the smell of the herbs through the dip.

There other products sound really good as well.I placed a small order today and happy that they now offer discount shipping for Canadians.I love supporting smaller buisness companies they really care about there customers and have the best products.Its always so fun to discover a new product that is good for your skin and hair.

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October 09, 2012


I received my Sister’s Keeper Dip Hair and Body Moisturizer sample in my Sweet Delight box for free, but you can buy it from their web site. It’s available in 2,4 and 8oz container and sales for $5 to $18 depend on the size that you buy. It’s also available in scents such as passion fruit, cherry, caramel delight, cucumber melon, unscented and more. I can’t say how well it works as a body moisturizer because I only had enough to try it on my hair. This dip is enhanced with essential herbs that help to moisturize and penetrate your hair and body. The really nice thing is that anyone can use this hair and body dip no matter what ethnicity or age you are. It’s suitable for all hair and skin types. This deep conditioner is like no others you may have tried. You apply this dip before you do any thing else. Just apply to the ends of your hair and up the length of it, but not all the way to your scalp. Then just pile it on top of your head and sit back for at least ten minutes. Then rinse it out and shampoo and condition your hair like always. You won’t believe the difference in your hair!! My hair hasn’t bin this soft since I was a little girl! It’s the best deep conditioner I have ever used and I’ve tried a lot over the years! I normally wash my hair every other day and thought once I rewashed my hair with out using this dip the soft feeling would be gone. Not so, my hair still feels nice and soft and I love it. Unfortunately the shipping cost is crazy! Even with a discount they wanted $14.50 for shipping a $5 product. So I won’t be buying more and I’m pretty sad about that. If I ever find it for sale in Canada I’ll definitely be buying more. If you live in the U.S. ,or don’t mind the shipping cost, then you have to order some of the Sister’s Keeper Dip Hair and Body Moisturizer. I just know you’ll love it as much as I do!!



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