18 July, 2016

Product Review: Eya Naturals

Hi loves! I trust we are having a great week. This week I decided to make a review of some products from Eya Naturals in response to a special request by a cherished reader. 😘 These are specifically Eya Naturals detangling conditioner, black soap shampoo, leave - in conditioner and Aloe vera hair mist.

Disclaimer

I bought these products with my own money. I wasn't paid to make this review neither do I intend to make any monetary compensation by doing so. The opinions about these products were objectively made devoid of any bias. The purpose of this review is to share my experience but does not however serve as a guarantee that they may or may not work for you.

Eya Naturals Black Soap Shampoo

Description: This product is formulated with the time honoured african black soap and coconut oil to hydrate and condition the hair while you shampoo, to help reduce breakage, and promote growth. African black soap is known to thoroughly cleanse the hair and skin. Coconut oil is known to hydrate the hair.

Consistency: It's liquid-y and has so much lather. The ingredients tend to seperate from one another so one needs to shake the bottle a little to get a uniform mixture before application.

Fragrance: Mild ashy smell that doesn't linger in the hair for long.

I found this product super cleansing and moisturising as well. I was able to rake my hands smoothly through my hair with less difficulty. My hair scalp felt squeaky clean even with just one wash but i still didn't miss my usual two to three washes.😁 My hair felt bouncy as it stretched out my natural curls. I rate this product a five star 🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟

Eya Naturals Detangling Conditioner

Description: Enriched with shea butter and coconut oil to help nourish and condition your hair.

This comes in a quite colourful purple and white squeezable bottle. Getting product out comes with ease.

Consistency: Light to medium thickness with little slip.

Fragrance: Quite strong

After shamwash, (shampoo washing) I applied generous amount on damp hair and finger detangled lightly with some difficulty. I left my hair covered in a plastic cap and rinsed it out about an hour later. My hair actually soaked up all of this product. It left my hair feeling very soft and easy to style for the day.

I rate this product a four star 🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟

Eya Naturals Leave - in conditioner

Description: The goodness of shea butter and coconut oil in a deep penetrative lotion, without any greasy buildup. Great for twists, braids, locs and other natural hairstyles. Can be used on wet or dry hair.

Consistency: It's a light creamy lotion and feels non greasy.

I applied a good amount on damp hair. There were tiny flakes all over but they disappeared as soon as my hair got fully dried. My hair felt moisturised and supple but hated the strong fragrance that lingered in my hair for the period during which i used it. I also liked the fact that it didn't leave any greasy build up on my hair. After few months of its usage, the tiny flakes no longer disappeared, they stayed on top of my hair and felt grainy upon drying. For this reason i rate this product a three star 🌟 🌟 🌟

Aloe Vera Hair Mist

Description: Water based hair mist enriched with aloe vera and vitamins to provide moisture and shine. Helps to reduce split ends. Use as a daily hair mist and follow with Eya Naturals hair butter or oil.

I didn't follow up with Eya naturals butter or oil. It kept my hair hydrated and soft for days and it smelt so great. It aided in detangling too. I wish this came in a bigger size as i had to stretch it with extra water and some coconut oil to make more moisturising. I rate this product a five star 🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟

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