Product Name: Goin’ Natural Morargan Gold Rare Moisture Butter
Size: 12 oz (purchase)
Goin’ NaturalTM RARE Moisture Butter is infused with organic certified nutrients to seal moisture in every coil. Our special blend of butters and oils strengthens hair and prevents breakage by penetrating easily into the roots and feeding them with rare nutrients that restores the natural pH balance of the hair. Goin’ NaturalTM RARE Moisture Butter can be used daily to enhance natural styles or maintain braids, twist, or dreads.
Shea Butter, De-ionized Water, Coconut Oil, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract (and) Sunflower seed oil, Sweet Almond oil, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice (and) Mango seed oil, Argan oil, Avocado oil, Vegetable Glycerin, Glyceryl Caprylate, Fragrance.
Product Name: Moroccan Oil
Size: 3.34 oz (purchase)
Goin’ NaturalTM 100% PURE MOROCCAN OIL has been a treasured secret of the Berber
women of Morocco. This rare oil is highly rich in vitamins A, E, F and antioxidants which translate to PURE LIQUID GOLD for the hair. Our organic certified oil hydrates, repairs and penetrates to the cortex layer of the hair which leaves the hair nourished, renewed, and restored. Goin’ NaturalTM 100% PURE MOROCCAN Oil is great for all hair types’ and styles.
Ingredients: Argan oil
I attempted to use this product with multiple styles which included a twist out, braid out and wash n’ go. The twist out and wash n’ go were completed on freshly washed, damp hair.
For the twist out, I sectioned my hair into four sections and used the cream as a leave in moisturizer. The Argan oil was used as my sealant. I then added a gel to give my hair a slight hold.
My wash n’ go was completed the same way as the twist out, except instead of twisting my hair, it was allowed to just air dry.
I tried to do a braid out on old twist out hair, by grabbing sections applying the moisturizer and then Argan oil. The twist out and braid out were taken down the following day. The wash n’ go was allowed to air dry all day.
The fragrance of the Rare Moisture Butter was pleasant and reminded me of a mango-Mmmm! The smell was light and did not linger in my hair for long. The oil was also a light smell.
Moisture Butter, For my hair, these products worked best as a twist out. I could see the moisture butter slightly enhancing my curls and the definition was on point with no frizz. The product did not make my curl pattern become extra curly to the point I looked like I had a jheri curl, when doing a twist out; however, this is how my hair appeared with the wash ‘n go.
For my wash n go, my curl pattern was very enhanced and shrinkage was alive and well. I was happy to see these results because the product description doesn’t mention that you can use it for a wash n go.
The braid out was decent, but nohing to brag about. It was defined but not as well as the twist. I’m sure it wasn’t as defined because I did my braid out on old dry hair. If I were to try a braid out again I would do so on wet clean hair to get the best curl definition.
The Argan oil, made my hair feel good. One benefit that the bottle says is that the oil will restore shine. When I applied the product it didn’t just sit on my hair and I the sheen left on my hair was very apparent. The oil doesn’t feel too oily on my hands or my hair. I will say a little goes a long way. Olive oil has always been my oil of choice but with Argan oil you don’t have to add a lot to feel your hair is moisturized.
Using this moisturizer along with the Argan oil provided moisture to my hair. I did have to re-moisturize about every two days which is not bad at all. When I use other products, I can usually go three days before having to be re-moisturize my hair. My hair was baby soft after each usage and when I applied both products I didn’t have to worry about frizz, which pleased me; however, due to the glycerin in the product, my hair would sometimes puff up from the humidity. But I didn’t mind it at all.
I consider myself to be cheap when it comes to hair products. $10.00 has always been my limit and after being natural for two years I have not gone over my limit; however, I think I would be willing to purchase these products as a combo. The oil seemed to make my hair feel a way that Olive Oil has never done. It gave shine, softness, maintained moisture, and I didn’t have to use a lot. The moisture butter was able to help my hair maintain moisture and curl definition. I think the price is worth it; therefore, it will be on my Christmas list so that someone else can foot the bill.
These two products combined have given me ok results in terms of curl definition and moisture. I still am actively searching for a product that gives hold (so gel is not needed), moisture and definition. Will I continue to use this product for the two things it provides? ABSOLUTELY!
Have you tried it? What do you think?
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Kashina is a Social Worker by day and an amateur hair guru by night. She enjoys long conversations about healthy natural hair. Kashina is a wife and a first time mother to precious baby boy. She also takes pride in making sure both of the men in her life maintain healthy natural hair practices. If Kashina has free time, she loves experimenting with concocting hair products to use.View all Kashina posts.