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A Heavenly Hair Treatment With Kenza International Beauty

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Pure Hair Treatment Oil was an effective treatment for both textures, perhaps because the oils were so pure and so ubiquitously good for curly hair types.

What is it?

KENZA Pure Hair Treatment Oil is a melange of pure oils that are designed to condition, treat, and repair hair.

The treatment oil is essentially pure, meaning it contains no parabens, mineral oils, silicones, alcohol, colorant, or animal ingredients. The effect is a light oil that softens and restores my hair.

What does it do?

This product is advertised as leaving hair “frizz-free, smooth, shiny, and luxurious.”

On my natural, African American textured hair, I found that this light oil made my hair soft and healthy, and served as an effective heat protectant.

On my extensions, I found that KENZA Pure Hair Treatment Oil nourished and conditioned my hair.

Ingredients

Sweet Almond oil: contains vitamin E, which softens, soothes, and re-conditions hair and skin.

Organic Argan oil: abundant with vitamin E, moisturizes hair, penetrates the hair shaft, and provides frizz protection.

Coco-Caprylate: a light emollient oil wholly derived from Coconut and Palm oils, according to lizearle.com.

Castor seed oil: a softening and conditioning agent that promotes hair growth.

Prickly Pear Seed oil:  also known as barbary fig, this ingredient is filled with vitamin E. More vitamin E than argan oil! Helps to condition and restore damaged hair and skin.

Avocado oil: contains vitamins A‚ D and E.

Jojoba seed oil : protects hair and protects hair from balding, according to WebMD.

Black Seed Oil:  an ingredient that I saw frequently in Morocco. Claims to be a natural defense against ailments and toxins.

Panthenol: a humectant, emollient, and moisturizer.

Benzotriazolyl Dodecyl P-Crestol: a UV stabilizer that helps prevent fading and makes a product maintain its color.

Benzyl Benzoate: same as above.

Citronellol

Limonene: according to Webmd, limonene is added to help medicinal ointments and creams penetrate the skin.

Linalool: floral scent. Other names include β-linalool, linalyl alcohol, linaloyl oxide, p-linalool, allo-ocimenol, and 3,7-Dimethyl-1,6-octadien-3-ol, according to Wikipedia.

Parfum

Who is it good for?

KENZA Pure Hair Treatment Oil is wonderful for men and women who have damaged hair, colored hair, or extremely dry hair. Based on my research, I would even suggest rubbing this product into the scalp, if you have a fragile hairline.

This is great for women with curly textured hair. I found that this product was actually great for my African American textured hair for “daily use,” and excellent for my extensions as a pre-washing treatment.

The Result.

I’ve been using this product for a few weeks now, and I think that my hair looks fantastic. It’s moisturized and happy.

Other Bloggers & Reviewers

Alicia Archer

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  • Reply Meet My New Love: Prickly Pear Seed Oil by Kenza International Beauty | OrgaNic Obsessions December 7, 2014 at 5:40 am

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