Product Review: TRESemme Naturals Nourishing Moisture Conditioner with aloe vera and avocado (5 Stars)


When I go shopping for hair products, I am very mindful of the pricing and the quality of the products because I am trying to save money. So I went out to my local Target and picked this up because I needed a cheap conditioner for my weekly co-washing(plus it cost me under $5. I couldn’t pass that up) When I co-washed my hair with this a few days ago, I was very happy with my purchase.


  • Thickness: It is very creamy which I like because I have coily thick hair that needs to be penetrated. The thicker the product the better for my hair is what I say.
  • Easy Slip: The slip with this product is amazing. I can easily detangle my hair with a wide tooth comb, no problem. I can also finger detangle easily with this product in the shower when I rinse it out. My coils don’t get caught up with each other, the knots and shed hair work themselves out.
  • Hydrating: I started with DRY hair when I first tried this product and let me tell you, my strands were very happy after I was done. My coils were defining themselves in the shower while I was washing. My hair became nice and moisturized for styling.

Overall, I have nothing bad to say about this product, my hair enjoyed it. Its affordable and it seems to work well with my 4c hair type. I can’t to use it as a deep conditioner or as a leave-in. Maybe I can experiment with it with a mix of olive oil! Who knows? This will be one of my stable products from now on!

Where can you purchase it? 

  • Target
  • Walmart
  • Walgreens

I would advise you to stick to Target or Walmart because you can get it under $5 there.

-Share your comments about this products down below! Let me know what you think!



Bantu Knot out

Hello everyone!

Here is my Bantu Knot Out that I have recently done! This is my second favorite style that I like to do besides the Twist Out.


  • I simply sectioned my clean hair in 6 sections and began doing two strand twists on each sections then I tucked them in with a bobby pin to secure it. I do about 3 to 4 Bantu knots in each section. 
  • I made my knots small for definition purposes 
  • I left my Bantu knots in for a few days to keep my hands out of it. 


  • I unraveled each knots gently with Tea tree oil to avoid frizz. You separately gently where your hair wants to separate. 
  • Then I used my hair pick to fluff out my roots to close the gaps that I have created before. 

And that’s it! You are done! 

Products used: 

  • Shea Moisture’s Yucca& Plantian Anti-Breakage Hair Strengthening Masque (For deep conditioning)
  • Giovanni Tea Tree Triple Treat Invigorating conditioner ( cowashing) 
  • AliKay Naturals Hair Parfait (for styling) 

I hope this helps and you all understand! Let me know if you have any questions or how this worked for you!

Inspiration: This Bantu Knot method is not originally mine, I got this from Naptural85 and used it as my own.

Link:  Naptural85’s Bantu Knot

Thanks for reading!


Giovanni’s Tea Tree Triple Treat Invigorating Conditioner Review

I did a 30 minute Cowash with this conditioner from Giovanni and I have to say this has to be one of the best conditioners I have used this far. I didn’t even wash all of it out when I was in the shower, I left some of it in for moisture. Boy, this little treasure did my hair justice. 


  • very light weight; it won’t leave your hair feeling heavy or sticky if you decide to leave it in. 
  • Easy to finger detangle with. The slip is awesome. 
  • The smell is great and leaves your scalp tingling clean if you Cowash with it. 
  • It’s very cheap. It is no more than $6 at the beauty supply store. Some places even cheaper. 


  • Since it is light weight, it may not be best to deep condition with. 
  • The bottle is very small. I wish it came in a family size bottle. 

Overall, there are more pros than cons with this product. I will keep this in rotation in my hair regimen. I would recommend this to anyone. It’s a good product and it’s cheap. Try it and comment if you like it or not.