Oh, Honey. It's a natural humectant... nature's gift for glowing, supple hair. Ah, Hemp Oil. With an incredibly rich array of Fatty Acids to ensure well-nourished tresses. Oh! Ah! Oyin's Honey-Hemp Conditioner! How could it possibly be improved? Perhaps by adding just the smallest touch of Silk Protein and a generous dollop of Aloe Vera Gel... just to take the succulence over the top. ;o)
This product is preserved with a paraben-free wide-spectrum cosmetic preservative. Now available in 250ml, 500ml, and 1-LITER bottles! :o)
pH level: 4
Ingredients: purified water, organic aloe vera gel, behentremonium methosulfate (and) cetearyl alcohol (emulsifier derived from colza oil), honey, virgin hemp oil, coconut oil, vegetable glycerine, hydrolized silk, citrus essences, fragrance, optiphen (preservative)... and LOVE! ;o)
Posted by Unknown on Aug 10th 2016
So far Im loving this product...
Posted by KB on Aug 1st 2016
I have wavy hair and I am in love with this conditioner. I use it as a rinse out and it makes my hair feel so great, soft yet strong. My only complaint is that it does not have the most slip. I actually mix it with a small amount of another product known for its slip and with the combination I barely even need a leave-in.
One of my staples!
Posted by brownshuga24 on Jul 13th 2016
I've had a love affair with HHC for some years now. At first, I only used it as a leave-in - specifically to twist and re-twist my hair. Now, I use it as a rinse out conditioner, but I always leave a little bit on my hair.
perfect leave in
Posted by Sophia on Jul 13th 2016
Honey Hemp has become my leave in conditioner of choice. It really helps to keep my hair soft and manageable. The scent is fantastic and my hair loves it. It's a great value too because a little goes a long way.
Great for Prepoo!!
Posted by A- Dree- In on Jul 12th 2016
I used Oyin handmade products when I first did by BC on my 4B hair. The honey hemp conditioner I found extremely useful when prepooing! All I did was apply the conditioner to my desert-dry hair, then detangling and then twist, then let it sit for 30 minutes with a conditioning cap or 1 hour without the cap. I followed up with some Shea Moisture shampoo then moisturised with Hair Dew, which made for the greatest TWA!
Strongly recommended for newbie naturals :)