Second Life Hair Butter
Struggling with kinky, coarse, frizzy, or fly-away hair? Second Life Hair Butter combines shea butter and coconut oil to add moisture and oils to your hair, with just enough beeswax to add texture and style.
Ingredients: 76 degree coconut oil, unbleached beeswax, naturally refined shea butter, orange essential oil
To apply, scoop a small amount of butter from the tin and rub between your fingers to melt. Then apply to hair and/or scalp. Can be used on wet or dry hair, and can be a leave-in conditioner. It only takes a small amount!
- Long-lasting hair butter
- Light orange scent
- Adds needed oil to dry hair
- A little goes a long way
This butter really does give your hair a second-life! It comes as a solid in a tin, and you rub your fingers in it to warm it up (because it's solid, it doesn't melt at room temperature so you don't have to worry about gooping large amounts onto your hair). It spreads easily, like a light coat of healthy oils from your fingertips to the ends of your hair. I use it as a leave-in conditioner on my dry hair (the ends only). I find that the next time I shower, my ends feel more moisturized - almost like they have a protective layer of waterproof moisture on them. The only complaint I have is the smell of this product. For some reason, the orange essential oil smells tart to me - not sweet. So I'm not too fond of the smell, but the results are incredible. I use the MadeOn Shampoo Bar (plain, without a vinegar rinse) and then when my hair is dry I use this hair butter to condition my ends. My hair is absolutely AMAZING now and I cannot believe the positive change. Such a difference (very healthy, bouncy, full of life, moisturized). I ordered the family size, and at the rate of use, this tin will last me years.
Renee, do you have any dry shampoo recommendations?
Daughter likes how it calms her frizzes. Thank you!
I use this in the car (pocket size) in the morning on the way to work and it takes frizz really well and is easy to spread. would by again
It worked just fine for controlling the frizz (though my hair is fine and curly) and seemed to moisturize fine. But the smell is just too much for me. I have my hair pulled away so I don't get ill but I will probably have to wash it out. Maybe I can find someone who is less sensitive that I can gift the rest to.
Don't use too much or your hair will look oily. I had to use a boar bristle brush to help spread it out in my hair evenly. Just using my hands was kind of hard. It's also kind of hard to apply from the tin. I think if it was a bar that I would rub between my hands and apply, it might be a bit faster. But I will say, that I've only been using it for a couple days, and it seems to have my hair SOFTER already! This also seems like it will last a long time, which is great!