I recently got this Afro by nature 2 in 1 banana milk conditioner, I had heard nice things about it so I decided to try it for myself.
It’s a 2 in 1 conditioner which means it can be used as a deep conditioner and as a leave in. It is made with natural ingredients so it’s okay to say it’s safe to eat, side eyes at my people who eat everything. (Please don’t try this at home 😁).
Afro by nature 2 in 1 banana milk conditioner is a made in Nigeria product, I have a thing for made in Nigeria products and I’ve decided to use more of them.
It comes in a 500 ml pump bottle. The conditioner has runny consistency, just as the name implies, it looks like milk but a thicker kind of milk, very thoughtful of the manufacturer to package it in a pump bottle. The only problem I had with my pump was that the pump refused to lock whenever I tried to lock it, I had to use extra pressure and I would always end up spilling the product so I just let it be, I loved the conditioner too much to let it spill every single time.
I’m not good at describing the smell of products but I did like the smell. I asked my siblings what they thought it smelt like, one said it smelt like it had a bit of ginger in it and the other said it smelt like it had banana lol!
Ingredients contained in Afro by nature 2 in 1 banana milk conditioner
Purified water, phyllantus emblica fruit extract, banana fruit extract marshmallow root extract, honey what, organic unrefined castor oil, avocado butter, cocoa butter, gooseberry oil, Cheryl, coconut milk, DL panthenol, silk amino acid, vit E oil, aromatic oil blend, optiphen.
Directions to use
1. As a leave in
Apply 2-3 pumps of of conditioner into a spray bottle that comes with the product, pour water half or full quantity depending on how thick or watery you want your mixture to be, shake well and spray onto your hair as needed. Seal in the moisture by applying a dime size of butter.
2. As a deep conditioner
You can either apply it over the hair on its own or pour 5 pumps of conditioner in a bowl, mix 2 yolks of egg and 2 table spoons of honey and apply to hair, cover for 30 minutes and rinse off.
How I used it
I used it more as a leave in than as a deep conditioner. I however did not follow the instruction to add some water to it in a spray bottle. I usually sprayed a bit of water on my hair, then I pumped a little quantity on my palm and applied to the length of my hair. Sometimes I covered with a plastic cap for a few minutes because my hair is low porosity and other times I did not, then I sealed with my butter blend.
As a deep conditioner, I followed the instructions this time, added an egg yolk to the banana milk conditioner and mixed it up nicely in a plate. I applied it to my hair in sections of course, I left it in for about 20 minutes after which I rinsed out.
How well did it work?
I loved my results every single time. When used as a leave in, my hair stayed moisturised for days sometimes for as long as one week when I put it my my new found love bantu knots.
I remember one time when I styled my hair in a bun and my sister told me my hair felt like cotton, I was so happy lol!
I bought it from a vendor in Portharcourt, you can find them on instagram @hairlicioushub
for N2,500. The delivery was swift, it was delivered in about two hours after I placed an order.
I loved the results, it delivered on its promises. So would I repurchase? Yes I would and I would also recommend it to my readers and friends too.
This is my honest opinion and my views aren’t influenced in any way. This is not a sponsored post.
Have you used the Afro by nature 2 in 1 banana milk conditioner? Or any other product by the Afro by nature brand?
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P. S: This is my first review on the blog hope I didn’t do badly. Would you love to see more reviews? Please let me know in the comment section.
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