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Product Review: Jane Carter Solution Nourish & Shine

Product Name: Jane Carter Solution Nourish & Shine
Price: $22
Size: 4 oz

Product Description:
You have never experienced a product as fabulous as Nourish & Shine! We blend all natural vitamins and essential oils to create this incredible hair nourisher. It completely melts in your hair and adds amazing shine and never leaves your hair feeling greasy or limp. Nourish & Shine helps reduce dryness on your scalp and your skin! Be careful … daughters and husbands have been known to abscond with this product, so buy two for them and one for you!”

Ingredients:
Shea butter, Kokum butter, Illippe butter, Mango butter, Vitamins A, D, & E, grapefruit essential oils. squalene

My Experience:
I’ve used this product when doing twists and twistouts to seal in moisture and add shine. I also applied the product when taking out flat-twists I had done with the Jane Carter Solution Wrap and Roll to prevent frizzing and add shine as I untwisted the flat twists. I put a small amount in my hand and distributed thru my hair, and then as I took out each twist to prevent frizz.

Fragrance:
The product has a grapefruit scent.

Results:
I found that this product does great for sealing in moisture, adding shine and preventing frizz. It also leave my hands soft and smooth as well. However, it didn’t leave my hair greasy or weighed down.

Moisture:
This product really seals in moisture and adds lots of shine.

Price:
While I do understand the price point based on the ingredients, this product is a bit pricey for only 4oz for me personally. If I was to purchase this product, it would be a ‘luxury’ item that I would use it sparingly so that it would last a nice long time.

Final Thoughts:
This product is definitely one I will continue to use in the future. I love the scent, and that it leaves the hair shiny and frizz-free without being greasy or heavy. The ingredients are really awesome and truly are nourishing for the hair. It definitely lives up to its name.

Have you tried it? What did you think?