August 20, 2009

Product Review: Qhemet Biologics Amla Oil Nourshing Pomade

Over the past few months I have been raving about Qhemet Biologics Amla Oil Nourishing Pomade, so I thought why not do a review. I have to start off by saying this is the best pomade I have used thus far and am thrilled that Qhemet Biologics made a superior product that is all natural and vegan with simple ingredients that deliver amazing results. The pomade is a thick consistency reminiscent of old-school grease but without the petro-chemicals. I use it on damp hair to slick my hair into a puff or bun when I don't feel like using gel which is most of the time. I use it to moisturize my hair line to catch my baby hairs and as a nourishing shine enhancing sealant to the entire length of my hair when doing my curly 'fro, afro, twist and braid styles.

When I add this to the length of my hair especially when wet I get a "moist spongy" noise when I touch my hair. This is good because it means your hair is well hydrated and the pomade is assisting in sealing in the moisture. A little bit goes a long way, you don't need a generous amount to get results. I will suggest putting this in you hair in sections if you want to seal you ends, using a dab to a dime sized amount each time. I noticed that the pomade has coconut oil in it and it doesn't irritate my scalp, this is not the first product I've experienced this with and of course I 'm happy about that.

Performance: A high quality pomade that doesn't cut corners. It seals in moisture and assist in keeping the hair moisturized whether in very cold temperatures or high heat. I will also say that if you don't like gels give this pomade a try, dampen your hair with a little water and take some pomade , rub hands together to emulsify and apply to your hair, I don't think you will be disappointed. 2/2

Price: 16.00 USD for 4 oz, well worth it. I have no complaints. 2/2

Ingredients: Plant Thickener, Ayurvedic Amla (Sesamum Indicum Oil and Emblica Officinalis Extract), Pure Coconut (Cocos Nucifera) Oil, Essential Oil Blend. 1/1
** The pomade has a subtle lemon scent and is not overpowering at all, if you are scent sensitive like myself, I would recommend this.

Qhemet Biologics Amla Oil Nourishing Pomade 5/5

1 comment:

Samantha said...

Wow, I love everything about this product, fragrance and performance. This is the only product that I think I like better than Oyins burnt sugar pomade. I am usually 100% Oyin. I'll never give up the Oyin whipped pudding though : ).