Bee Mine Bee-U-Ti-Ful Deep Conditioner

Friday, May 18, 2012


Promises: Travel down the path to beautiful hair. Our protein-free, Deep Conditioner detangles, and restores essential moisture and manageability. Cupuacu butter provides some protection from damaging UV-A and UV-B rays while helping to restore elasticity, add shine and replenish the moisture in hair.


Directions: After shampooing, gently & evenly massage a generous amount of Bee-u-ti-ful into palms and spread evenly from root to ends of hair. Cover hair with a warm towel or a plastic cap for 10mins. Rinse hair thoroughly with water and style as desired.

Ingredients: Distilled water, Cetearyl Alcohol, BTMS (mild emulsifier), 100% Unrefined Shea Butter, 100% Organic Coconut oil, Cupuacu Butter, Calendula Extract, Chamomile Extract, Organic Raw Honey, Liquid Germall Plus (Paraben free), Fragrance (Phthalate Free).



The Truth: I've been using this conditioner for almost a month. I've applied it to wet/damp hair and dry hair on many different occasions. As a result, I've come to realize that this is probably one of my favourite products from the Bee Mine Product Line. The way this product moisturized my hair, had me wondering "where have you been all this time?". No, honestly. The creamy texture, the way it penetrates into my strands along with the moisture it provides really made me feel happy that I took the time to try something new, and my hair loved it.

I prefer to use the conditioner on dry hair (20-30mins under heating cap), and then co-wash it out. That method was the most successful for me. If you read my previous blogs, you'd know that my hair wasn't a complete fan of the Bee Mine Product line. It was just "blah"/mediocre to me. Since I've been experimenting with this moisturizing conditioner, I have a little more faith in the product line. The only downside would be that there was no slip whatsoever while rinsing out the conditioner, so detangling was somewhat difficult, although the product promised detangling abilities. Overall, very good conditioner! I'd definitely use it in the future.

Pros:
• Thick & Creamy
• Very moisturizing
• No Silicones
• Rinses out easily
• Natural and Organic

Cons:
• Quite pricey.
• Small jar
• No slip

Price: $18.97 USD 8oz

Hairlicious Rating:
(4/5) Very Good


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15 comments

  1. could u describe 4 me, what u mean by 'slip'? Also did u add anything to it? I wonder how it does if u add honey or oil to it?

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  2. Glad you liked it i was waiting for your review to decide whether i would purchase it or not. Im in need of a good moisturizing conditioner

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  3. Do they sell this online or can you buy it in stores?

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  4. Thanks for the review Sunshyne! I have been eyeing this one for a while and have YET to see a bad review on it. I cannot wait to give it a try! I HATE the price though..does a little go a long way? My hair is THICK and full MBL so I don't want to just get two uses so I was wondering if you have to use a ton to get good results. Thanks again!

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  5. I also think this is a wonderful hair treat. It is indeed quite expensive at almost $20 but if it can treat your hair effectively, why not. This is a great hair investment that I'm surely going to take. Thanks for your review :)

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  6. @Anonymous- The term slip means the ability to detangle the hair. The conditioner provides a slippers feel on the hair making it easier to remove knots and tangles.

    @Anonymous - I'm glad you liked the review!

    @CurlyKnots - it's online. I haven't seen it in stores yet

    @AgeinATL - Your welcome. Yes it's quite popular because it's quality. A little does go a long way, however, with my MBL hair, a 8oz jar doesn't cut it. I would go for the 16oz and higher. If you want to stretch it further, try adding oils and honey to it. You may want to mix it with another cheaper conditioner to stretch it out. HTH

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  7. @CurlyKnots my boyfriend recently picked up some from me at a store in Baton Rouge called Naturally Me. I went on Bee Mine's website to see where the products were located store wise. Although I live in Texas, thankfully he lives in Louisiana so now I have access! The prices were a little higher at the store though.

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  9. This is my staple deep conditioner. After using up the sample jar I decided that price was worth the investment. MY hair absolutely loves it and after my DC my hair has so much slip and it soft for days. I've never had my hair so soft until I started using this DC.

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    1. Aww that's good to hear. Glad that it agrees with your hair.

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  10. okay lol so I don't really know what to say about this DC...since this is my first use, I'll just ask...has anyone that ever used this DC experienced somewhat hard hair or had any detangling issues??? I used with a mixture of honey, glycerin and macadamia oil and sat under the steamer, expecting hair with at least a LITTLE bit of slip lol NOPE! It felt so hard that I checked the ingredients again thinking that maybe it had a little protein in it (I've been looking for a good MOISTURIZING DC) but NOPE, no protein. So now I'm moisturized & sealed w/ four braids waiting for my hair to air dry so I can see how feels

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    1. I had a difficult time detangling my hair as this conditioner had absolutely no slip. Moisture levels increased once my hair was done air drying but detangling was not easy. That's the only down fall.

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  11. I don't like their customer service. My order came open and content missing. Bee Mine would not admit maybe a mistake was made at their company. Refusing to re=ship my shampoo cost them a customer.

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  12. YEAH. IT HAD NO SLIP AT ALL!!!! very disappointing. I will not be purchasing again

    is the Keracare DC better with slip than this? what DC do u suggest fir slip and mositure

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    1. Keracare humecto has slip and moisture! Definitely worth the money. Get the thicker formula.

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