Tcb Naturals Kenya deep penetrating treatment made it to my list of favorite deep conditioners. Maybe it’s because of how moisturized my hair feels after use or that it’s moisture and protein based.
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TCB Naturals Kenya Deep penetrating treatment Review.
I’ve been using this product for a month or so and I thought I should share a review with you guys. To start off, I love the scent & leaves my hair feeling moisturized, soft and manageable.
I didn’t love the consistency, it wasn’t as thick was a little watery unlike the deep conditioners I have used before. On the flip side it gets the moisturizing job done.
- Product Promise; Tcb Naturals deep penetrating treatment contains a unique blend of shea butter & honey that revitalizes dry, damaged and chemically treated hair. It deeply penetrates the hair shaft to condition & moisturize hair leaving them stronger and healthier.
- Ingredients list; According to the ingredient list, this deep conditioner is a 2-in-1 meaning it’s both a moisturizing and protein deep conditioner.
- Cost; The cost ranges between Kes 350-500.
- Where to purchase; Jumia, beauty & cosmetic stores, Tcb naturals Instagram page & supermarkets
Have you used TCB naturals deep penetrating treatment? How much did you like/ dislike it?
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