I was sent this item courtesy of Bee Mine for review. All opinions are my own.
After a few uses, I decided to review the Bee Mine products I got in the mail. Here’s my full review and the process from start to finish.
BEE•U•Ti• FUL Moisturizing Deep Conditioner
Price: $18.97 and $28.97
Size: 8oz and 16oz
I used this product for the first time after taking out my crochet braids. It says to use after shampooing, but I always used it before. After washing out coconut oil from my pre-poo, I followed up with the Bee-U-Ti-Ful Moisturizing deep conditioner. I kept my hair under a plastic shower cap for a few minutes before washing out and my hair was shiny and full of life. I’ve never used any products that contained honey, but I have read about the benefits of adding honey in your hair regimen. I’ve since used this deep conditioner several times after taking down a protective style to add the moisture back into my hair.
Botanical Moisturizing Shampoo:
Size: 8 oz
The shampoo worked very well when removing product buildup. As mentioned in my regimen, I wash my hair in sections. I didn’t have to use a lot of the shampoo to cleanse my scalp. It felt clean after the first time, but I did it twice just to make sure. When I first used the product, I didn’t shake at all and it was very watery. The bottle says to shake well before using so I suggest you do so.
Bee Lovely Moisturizing Daily Conditioner
Size: 8 oz
This is a really thick conditioner. The first time using it annoyed me because it was so thick. After getting tips on using a thick conditioner much like the Coco Curls, I let it sit on my hair for a few minutes before detangling. It left my hair very soft and it smells really good.
Bee Hold Curly Butter
Price: $13.97 and 23.00
Size: 8 and 16 oz
This butter comes in three different variations: Unscented, Coconut Cream and Island Mango. I left my twists in for about a week and it gave me the absolute BEST twist-out ever. The definition was amazing. The only downside I do have is my scalp felt dry.
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