Queen Helene CHOLESTEROL Hair Conditioning Cream

Thursday, April 24, 2008

-Repairs damaged hair
-Conditions dry, over-bleached, damaged hair
-Gives added moisture
-Helps prevent breakage, brittleness

DIRECTIONS: Shampoo hair and towel dry. Apply Cholesterol Cream generously to hair and scalp. Make sure dry or damaged hair is well covered. Add a few drops of warm water and work into a creamy lather. Cover hair with a plastic cap, then cover with a heating cap or a hot towel. Keep on for 15 to 30 minutes. Remove cap and rinse thoroughly until all cream is removed. Do not shampoo.

INGREDIENTS: Water Aqua , Stearyl Alcohol , Glyceryl Stearate , Mineral Oil , Sodium Lauryl Sulfate , Cholesterol , Lanolin , Propylene Glycol , Diazolidinyl Urea , Methylparaben , Propylparaben , Fragrance Parfum , Disodiium EDTA , FD&C Yellow No. 5 CI No. 19140 , FD&C Yellow No. 6 CI No. 15985 , FD&C Red No. 40 CI No. 16035 , D&C Red No. 33 CI No. 17200

I decided to give Queen Helene CHOLESTEROL Hair Conditioning Cream another try after hearing good reviews about it on Black Hair Media Forum. I've tried this product in the past and let me tell you I was not impressed. I used it under the dryer for about 25-30mins and it just left my hair dry! I told myself never again but something told me to try it again and see.

This how I used it:
1. Washed hair with Cream of Nature Detangling Shampoo (Green Label)
2. Applied mixture of Queen Helene Cholesterol and Extra Virgin Olive Oil (5 tsp of QH and 3 tsp of EVOO)
3. Rolled my ends to the top of my head and put on a plastic cap.
4. I put on my Gold 'N Hot Professional Conditioning Heat Cap on the highest setting for 40mins.

5. Rinsed and applied my leave ins (Elasta QP HTWO & Oil Recovery)

After washing it out I noticed that the texture of my hair changed. I know your probably wondering, "how did it do that when it has SLS in it"? I have no clue. It did not strip my hair or dry it out. My hair was much thicker and soooo soft. I was really shocked! Last time my results were opposite. Mind you, I'm 11 weeks post here so that's really good in my opinion. I even remember my hair dresser using this on my hair with a steamer back in '02 summer and that's when my hair was at its longest!!!!! Queen Helene Cholesterol is now on my good side and I definitely plan on incorporating it into my weekly regimen plus its dirt cheap in price, $3-4.
---------------UPDATE ON QUEEN HELENE CHOLESTEROL 4/30/08--------------------------

Hairlicious Rating : (4.5/5) Very good

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