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Nourish and repair hair inside & out. Best for 2c – 4c textures and gentle enough to be used daily, or as needed. Rich in Omega Fatty Acids; Vitamin E, Flaxseed has been used throughout the ages to nourish hair follicles and improve the overall health of the roots, shaft, and scalp. It is known for aiding in hair’s strength; growth, and preventing hair loss and split ends. Rinse-out, deep-conditioning treatment, with penetrating oils that nourish and repair hair inside & out. Leaves hair softer & better strengthened. Who needs it? Hair textures that are curlier and coilier, hard to soften, prone to frizzing and swelling, protective styles, any hair type in need of a reparative treatment. Why AJ Fix My Hair? Coats hair with natural essential oils & butters that are widely known & used for correcting and preventing damage, and softening and strengthening hair. Penetrates the hair shaft for inner & outer repair and protection. Repairs dry, brittle hair. Helps lock in moisture. Flaxseed recipes with: Mango Butter: delivers intensive moisture, helps repair damage, improves scalp health. Avocado Oil: Helps prevent and repair damage, shines, softens. Coconut Oil: Penetrates hair shaft, strengthens, conditions. Eco-friendly Sulfate-free Paraben-free No Mineral Oil No Petrolatum Moisturizing Can I use Aunt Jackie’s™ on my hair if it is chemically treated and not natural? YES! Aunt Jackie’s™ can be used on any hair type or texture, including chemically treated, relaxed, texturized and colour-treated hair. Why are Sulfates bad for my hair? Natural hair tends to stay dry. Sulfates, mostly found in shampoos (that help create lather), can have a stripping effect on natural hair, removing hair’s essential oils and contributing to the problem of dryness. Many sulfate-free shampoos don’t lather well, causing the user to think that the hair isn’t really clean. Aunt Jackie’s™ products are sulfate-free, but our shampoo is lather-rich and thoroughly cleanses hair. What’s does Co-Wash mean? Co-Wash, or “Conditioning Wash,” is a term used to describe shampooing with a conditioner instead of shampoo. Most conditioners have some cleansing properties and will provide a mild cleansing. However, hair and scalp must be rinsed very well to remove impurities before Co-Washing. This method is recommended for really tight, kinky hair that shrivels up and recoils easily. It aids in keeping the hair softer, longer and stretching natural texture. Co-Washing is not recommended for fine, limp textures, as it will make hair feel weighed down. Finally, Co-Washing is not recommended for hair and scalp that has a lot of build up, as it will not cleanse as thoroughly as shampoo. Are there preservatives in Aunt Jackie’s™ products? Products without preservatives easily run the risk of forming bacteria, spoiling, and have extremely short shelf lives. While Aunt Jackie’s™ contains NO PARABENS (a chemical class of preservatives), the products do contain eco-friendly preservatives to help sustain shelf life. These preservatives are not harmful to the scalp, hair or skin, or the environment. If Aunt Jackie’s™ products are healthy for my hair, why are there so many strange ingredients on the label? While many products marketed for natural hair claim to have “all-natural,” “organic” or “good-for-you” ingredients, many make false claims and have labels that are not FDA or EU compliant. These compliance issues are updated frequently, requiring manufacturers to list certain raw materials on the label. If a label is compliant, it will likely be lengthy. Aunt Jackie’s™ products are committed to label compliance, therefore we list everything required for both U.S. and European standards. These compliance standards are in place for your safety, informing you of things like potential allergens and other helpful information. This level of compliance makes our ingredient legend a bit long, but we respect your health and the safety of our products. Does Aunt Jackie’s™ test on animals? No, Aunt Jackie’s products are not tested on animals.
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DESCRIPTION ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REVIEWS (0) Defining Curl Whip. Gives definition, shines, softens & moisturizes curls. Another amazing curl therapy option. Lightweight curling and twisting crème gives a definition, shines, softens & moisturizes curls. Anti-Poof formula. Best for 1b-4b textures. Why AJ Curl Mane-tenance? Super, duper lightweight whipped formula goes on smooth and even, lightly coating hair with essential oils that soften and shine while giving long-lasting definition. Combats frizz and swelling. Contains: Argan Oil: Penetrating moisture, prevents frizzing, Improves elasticity. Shea Butter: Locks in hydration, softens, shines. Eco-friendly Sulfate-free Paraben-free No Mineral Oil No Petrolatum Moisturizing Frequently Asked Questions Can I use Aunt Jackie’s™ on my hair if it is chemically treated and not natural? YES! Aunt Jackie’s™ can be used on any hair type or texture, including chemically treated, relaxed, texturized and colour-treated hair. Why are Sulfates bad for my hair? Natural hair tends to stay dry. Sulfates, mostly found in shampoos (that help create lather), can have a stripping effect on natural hair, removing hair’s essential oils and contributing to the problem of dryness. Many sulfate-free shampoos don’t lather well, causing the user to think that the hair isn’t really clean. Aunt Jackie’s™ products are sulfate-free, but our shampoo is lather-rich and thoroughly cleanses hair. What’s does Co-Wash mean? Co-Wash, or “Conditioning Wash,” is a term used to describe shampooing with a conditioner instead of shampoo. Most conditioners have some cleansing properties and will provide a mild cleansing. However, hair and scalp must be rinsed very well to remove impurities before Co-Washing. This method is recommended for really tight, kinky hair that shrivels up and recoils easily. It aids in keeping the hair softer, longer and stretching natural texture. Co-Washing is not recommended for fine, limp textures, as it will make hair feel weighed down. Finally, Co-Washing is not recommended for hair and scalp that has a lot of builds up, as it will not cleanse as thoroughly as shampoo. Are there preservatives in Aunt Jackie’s™ products? Products without preservatives easily run the risk of forming bacteria, spoiling, and have extremely short shelf lives. While Aunt Jackie’s™ contains NO PARABENS (a chemical class of preservatives), the products do contain eco-friendly preservatives to help sustain shelf life. These preservatives are not harmful to the scalp, hair or skin, or the environment. If Aunt Jackie’s™ products are healthy for my hair, why are there so many strange ingredients on the label? While many products marketed for natural hair claim to have “all-natural,” “organic” or “good-for-you” ingredients, many make false claims and have labels that are not FDA or EU compliant. These compliance issues are updated frequently, requiring manufacturers to list certain raw materials on the label. If a label is compliant, it will likely be lengthy. Aunt Jackie’s™ products are committed to label compliance, therefore we list everything required for both U.S. and European standards. These compliance standards are in place for your safety, informing you of things like potential allergens and other helpful information. This level of compliance makes our ingredient legend a bit long, but we respect your health and the safety of our products. Does Aunt Jackie’s™ test on animals? No, Aunt Jackie’s products are not tested on animals .
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Nourishment for braids, locs, twists, coils, and chronically dry scalp and hair. Aunt Jackie’s Girls E-Blast Nourishing Scalp Remedy helps to treat chronically irritated and dry scalp. It is an excellent styling product for twists, braids and locs. Helps to alleviate flaking and chronically dry, irritated scalp. Excellent maintenance therapy for braids, twists and locs. Omega-3 fatty acids found in Flaxseed deliver effective nourishment to strands, encouraging healthier hair growth. Penetrating natural oils help to improve overall scalp health. other information: No Mineral Oil. Paraben-Free No Petrolatum Sulfate-Free Can I use Aunt Jackie’s GIRLS on hair that is chemically treated, and not natural? YES! Aunt Jackies’s GIRLS can be used on any hair type or texture, including natural, chemically treated, relaxed, and texturized hair. Baby Girl Curls Twisting and Curling Custard can be used as a moisturizer on relaxed hair, but will not result in the wash and go curls. Relaxed hair can only be curled using rods, rollers or thermal curling irons. Why are Sulfates, Parabens, Mineral Oil and Petrolatum bad for my daughter’s hair? Natural hair tends to stay dry. Sulfates, mostly found in shampoos (a kind of “detergent” that helps create lather), can have a stripping effect by removing hairs essential oils and contributing to the problem of dryness. Many sulfate-free shampoos don’t lather well, causing the user to think that the hair isn’t really clean. Aunt Jackie’s GIRLS products are sulfate-free, but our shampoo is lather-rich and thoroughly cleanses hair. As for parabens, they are a type of long-lasting preservative. There’s some controversy of whether hormones found in parabens are harmful. There are no parabens in Aunt Jackie’s GIRLS products, but we do use eco-friendly, harmless preservatives both to deliver brilliant shine, but tend to dry out over time, attracting dust and particles, causing flaking and clogging pores. Aunt Jackie’s uses natural oils and butter that deliver shine, but won’t flake, cake or form an unhealthy film on hair and scalp. At what age should I start using Aunt Jackie’s GIRLS on my daughter’s hair? There’s no clear answer to this question. It all depends on the child’s hair type and texture, as well as the stage of development its in. Hair, scalp and skin products used on infants – 3-year-old children, typically have fewer ingredients, as they can be prone to adverse or allergic reactions. Typically, by age 4, youthful scalp and hair starting to develop into a slightly more mature state. If Aunt Jackie’s GIRLS products are healthy for my daughter’s hair, why are there so many strange ingredients on the label? While many products marketed for natural hair claim to have “all-natural,” “organic” or “good-for-you” ingredients, many make false claims and have labels that are not FDA (Food & Drug Administration) or EU (European Union) compliant. These compliance issues are updated frequently, requiring manufacturers to list ingredients, in a particular way, on the label. If a label is fully compliant, therefore we list everything required for both U.S. and European standards. These compliance standards are in place for your safety, informing you of things like potential allergens and other helpful information. This level of compliance makes our ingredient legend a bit long, but we respect your health and the safety of our products. Why are there some ingredients that contain ALCOHOL in Aunt Jackie’s products? There are 2 different classes of alcohols used in the hair products. Some are drying alcohols, which are bad for the hair (making it dry, brittle and crunchy feeling) the others are safe alcohols that are used for enhancing hair’s health, stabilizing fragrances or thickening formulas. Aunt Jackie’s GIRLS only use of alcohol are in the safer class, primarily used to stabilize the fragrance. They have no known negative or adverse effect on hair. What does Co-Wash mean? Co-wash, or “Conditioning Wash,” is a term used to describe shampooing with a conditioner instead of shampoo. Most conditioners have some cleansing properties and will provide a mild cleansing. Most conditioners have some cleansing properties and will provide a mild cleansing. However, hair and scalp must be rinsed very well o remove impurities before co-washing. This method is recommended for really tight, kinky hair that shrivels up and recoils easily. It aids in keeping the hair softer, longer and stretching natural texture. Co-Washing is not recommended for fine, limp textures, as it will make hair feel weighed down. Finally, Co-Washing is not recommended for hair and scalp that has a lot of build up, as it will not cleanse as thoroughly as shampoo. Are there preservatives in Aunt Jackie’s products? Products without preservatives easily run the risk of forming bacteria, spoiling, and have extremely short shelf lives. While Aunt Jackie’s GIRLS contains NO PARABENS (a chemical class of preservatives), The products do contain eco-friendly preservatives to help sustain shelf life. These preservatives are not harmful to scalp, hair or skin.
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Gives beautiful stretch to shrivelling curls. Rich in Omega Fatty Acids; Vitamin E, Flaxseed has been used throughout the ages to nourish hair follicles and improve the overall health of the roots, shaft, and scalp. It is known for aiding in hair’s strength; growth, and preventing hair loss and split ends. This amazing styling gel gives beautiful stretch to shrivelling curls, without flaking or caking. Why AJ Don’t Shrink? No crunchy, stiff, straw-like feel! Super lightweight, gives hair bounce and stretch. No drying alcohols! Flaxseed helps prevent thinning, which offer a Propecia drug“better for your hair” alternative to others. Flaxseed recipes with: Wheat Protein: Moisture Retentive, Helps Normalize Hair’s Porosity. Eco-friendly Sulfate-free Paraben-free No Mineral Oil No Petrolatum Moisturizing Frequently Asked Questions Can I use Aunt Jackie’s™ on my hair if it is chemically treated and not natural? YES! Aunt Jackie’s™ can be used on any hair type or texture, including chemically treated, relaxed, texturized and colour-treated hair. Why are Sulfates bad for my hair? Natural hair tends to stay dry. Sulfates, mostly found in shampoos (that help create lather), can have a stripping effect on natural hair, removing hair’s essential oils and contributing to the problem of dryness. Many sulfate-free shampoos don’t lather well, causing the user to think that the hair isn’t really clean. Aunt Jackie’s™ products are sulfate-free, but our shampoo is lather-rich and thoroughly cleanses hair. What’s does Co-Wash mean? Co-Wash, or “Conditioning Wash,” is a term used to describe shampooing with a conditioner instead of shampoo. Most conditioners have some cleansing properties and will provide a mild cleansing. However, hair and scalp must be rinsed very well to remove impurities before Co-Washing. This method is recommended for really tight, kinky hair that shrivels up and recoils easily. It aids in keeping the hair softer, longer and stretching natural texture. Co-Washing is not recommended for fine, limp textures, as it will make hair feel weighed down. Finally, Co-Washing is not recommended for hair and scalp that has a lot of build up, as it will not cleanse as thoroughly as shampoo. Are there preservatives in Aunt Jackie’s™ products? Products without preservatives easily run the risk of forming bacteria, spoiling, and have extremely short shelf lives. While Aunt Jackie’s™ contains NO PARABENS (a chemical class of preservatives), the products do contain eco-friendly preservatives to help sustain shelf life. These preservatives are not harmful to the scalp, hair or skin, or the environment. If Aunt Jackie’s™ products are healthy for my hair, why are there so many strange ingredients on the label? While many products marketed for natural hair claim to have “all-natural,” “organic” or “good-for-you” ingredients, many make false claims and have labels that are not FDA or EU compliant. These compliance issues are updated frequently, requiring manufacturers to list certain raw materials on the label. If a label is compliant, it will likely be lengthy. Aunt Jackie’s™ products are committed to label compliance, therefore we list everything required for both U.S. and European standards. These compliance standards are in place for your safety, informing you of things like potential allergens and other helpful information. This level of compliance makes our ingredient legend a bit long, but we respect your health and the safety of our products. Does Aunt Jackie’s™ test on animals? No, Aunt Jackie’s products are not tested on animals.
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Kiss frizzy, hard-to-tame hair good-bye. The mega-moisture humectants in CURL LA LA give long-lasting bounce to curls, and shine and definition to spirals and coils. Define your signature look by adding a little or a lot. Whatever your style, rest assured that it will be well-moisturized and soft to the touch, without caking or flaking. Use it as often as needed on wet or dry hair. Directions: Apply Curl La La generously to wet or dry hair and use a diffuser while scrunching style into place, or allowing to air dry. For Elongated, Bouncy Curls or Spirals, apply to wet or dry hair, gently stretching curls with your fingers as you style, using a diffuser, hooded dryer or allowing to air dry. For Coils, Braid-Outs and Twists, apply a small amount to sections of wet or dry hair, roller/rod set, braid or twist each section. Sit under a hooded dryer or allow to completely air dry, then release each section, finger styling into place. Keep hair clean and healthy by shampooing, as needed, with OH SO CLEAN! Moisturizing and Softening Shampoo. Eco-friendly Sulfate-free Paraben-free No Mineral Oil No Petrolatum Moisturizing Frequently Asked Questions Can I use Aunt Jackie’s™ on my hair if it is chemically treated and not natural? YES! Aunt Jackie’s™ can be used on any hair type or texture, including chemically treated, relaxed, texturized and color-treated hair. Why are Sulfates bad for my hair? Natural hair tends to stay dry. Sulfates, mostly found in shampoos (that help create lather), can have a stripping effect on natural hair, removing hair’s essential oils and contributing to the problem of dryness. Many sulfate-free shampoos don’t lather well, causing the user to think that the hair isn’t really clean. Aunt Jackie’s™ products are sulfate-free, but our shampoo is lather-rich and thoroughly cleanses hair. What’s does Co-Wash mean? Co-Wash, or “Conditioning Wash,” is a term used to describe shampooing with a conditioner instead of shampoo. Most conditioners have some cleansing properties and will provide a mild cleansing. However, hair and scalp must be rinsed very well to remove impurities before Co-Washing. This method is recommended for really tight, kinky hair that shrivels up and recoils easily. It aids in keeping the hair softer, longer and stretching natural texture. Co-Washing is not recommended for fine, limp textures, as it will make hair feel weighed down. Finally, Co-Washing is not recommended for hair and scalp that has a lot of build up, as it will not cleanse as thoroughly as shampoo. Are there preservatives in Aunt Jackie’s™ products? Products without preservatives easily run the risk of forming bacteria, spoiling, and have extremely short shelf lives. While Aunt Jackie’s™ contains NO PARABENS (a chemical class of preservatives), the products do contain eco-friendly preservatives to help sustain shelf life. These preservatives are not harmful to scalp, hair or skin, or the environment. If Aunt Jackie’s™ products are healthy for my hair, why are there so many strange ingredients on the label? While many products marketed for natural hair claim to have “all-natural,” “organic” or “good-for-you” ingredients, many make false claims and have labels that are not FDA or EU compliant. These compliance issues are updated frequently, requiring manufacturers to list certain raw materials on the label. If a label is compliant, it will likely be lengthy. Aunt Jackie’s™ products are committed to label compliance, therefore we list everything required for both U.S. and European standards. These compliance standards are in place for your safety, informing you of things like potential allergens and other helpful information. This level of compliance makes our ingredient legend a bit long, but we respect your health and the safety of our products. Does Aunt Jackie’s™ test on animals? No, Aunt Jackie’s products are not tested on animals.
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GREAT FOR Waves, curls and coils in need of light-weight moisture therapy and stretchy curls What Will This Do For My Hair? Aunt Jackie’s Curl Boss Coconut Curling Gélee is the perfect styling remedy for help achieve soft, bouncy, smooth, hydrated, radiant-looking curls, coils and waves. Great for 1c – 4c textures, wash-n-go styles, and any curly style in need of long-lasting moisture. When used properly, and along with other Aunt Jackie’s therapies, Curl Boss can help minimize shrinkage, and won’t weigh hair down, or cause flaking or caking. How Do I Use It? Best when applied to wet or slightly damp hair. Depending on hair’s length & texture, apply a moderate amount throughout hair from roots to ends (using more for thicker or longer hair). Evenly distribute by raking through hair with fingers. Style as desired. For tighter, scrunchy curls or coils, blow dry hair on a light setting with a diffuser. For elongated, stretchy, bouncy curls or waves, apply finger styling into place and either blow dry on a light setting, or air dry. For Protective Styling, use a wide tooth comb to better distribute throughout hair before completing your style. Eco-Friendly Preservatives Sulfate-free Paraben-free No Mineral Oil No Petrolatum Can I use Aunt Jackie’s™ on my hair if it is chemically treated and not natural? YES! Aunt Jackie’s™ can be used on any hair type or texture, including chemically treated, relaxed, texturized and colour-treated hair. Why are Sulfates bad for my hair? Natural hair tends to stay dry. Sulfates, mostly found in shampoos (that help create lather), can have a stripping effect on natural hair, removing hair’s essential oils and contributing to the problem of dryness. Many sulfate-free shampoos don’t lather well, causing the user to think that the hair isn’t really clean. Aunt Jackie’s™ products are sulfate-free, but our shampoo is lather-rich and thoroughly cleanses hair. What’s does Co-Wash mean? Co-Wash, or “Conditioning Wash,” is a term used to describe shampooing with a conditioner instead of shampoo. Most conditioners have some cleansing properties and will provide a mild cleansing. However, hair and scalp must be rinsed very well to remove impurities before Co-Washing. This method is recommended for really tight, kinky hair that shrivels up and recoils easily. It aids in keeping the hair softer, longer and stretching natural texture. Co-Washing is not recommended for fine, limp textures, as it will make hair feel weighed down. Finally, Co-Washing is not recommended for hair and scalp that has a lot of builds up, as it will not cleanse as thoroughly as shampoo. Are there preservatives in Aunt Jackie’s™ products? Products without preservatives easily run the risk of forming bacteria, spoiling, and have extremely short shelf lives. While Aunt Jackie’s™ contains NO PARABENS (a chemical class of preservatives), the products do contain eco-friendly preservatives to help sustain shelf life. These preservatives are not harmful to scalp, hair or skin, or the environment. If Aunt Jackie’s™ products are healthy for my hair, why are there so many strange ingredients on the label? While many products marketed for natural hair claim to have “all-natural,” “organic” or “good-for-you” ingredients, many make false claims and have labels that are not FDA or EU compliant. These compliance issues are updated frequently, requiring manufacturers to list certain raw materials on the label. If a label is compliant, it will likely be lengthy. Aunt Jackie’s™ products are committed to label compliance, therefore we list everything required for both U.S. and European standards. These compliance standards are in place for your safety, informing you of things like potential allergens and other helpful information. This level of compliance makes our ingredient legend a bit long, but we respect your health and the safety of our products. Does Aunt Jackie’s™ test on animals? No, Aunt Jackie’s products are not tested on animals.
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Great for: Dry, Rough Feeling Hair What Will It Do For My Hair? Aunt Jackie’s amazing Coconut Milk therapy will leave your hair clean and free of impurities while feeling touchably softer. Coconut Milk has been used throughout the ages to help hydrate hair and treat dry scalp. Blended with other essential ingredients including Avocado and Shea Butter, Aunt Jackie’s Coco Wash is excellent therapy for all hair types and textures, Gentle enough to use daily. How Do I Use It? Thoroughly wet hair, then work in a moderate amount of Coco Wash into hair, gently massaging into hair and scalp. Do not vigorously shampoo. For thicker, coarser textures that are prone to tangles, starting at the roots, shampoo by gently raking fingers through hair, all the way to the ends, carefully working through tangles. Rinse thoroughly, and then repeat to ensure that hair and scalp are clean and impurities have been rinsed away. -Eco-Friendly Preservatives -Sulfate-free -Paraben-free -No Mineral Oil -No Petrolatum Can I use Aunt Jackie’s™ on my hair if it is chemically treated and not natural? YES! Aunt Jackie’s™ can be used on any hair type or texture, including chemically treated, relaxed, texturized and colour-treated hair. Why are Sulfates bad for my hair? Natural hair tends to stay dry. Sulfates, mostly found in shampoos (that help create lather), can have a stripping effect on natural hair, removing hair’s essential oils and contributing to the problem of dryness. Many sulfate-free shampoos don’t lather well, causing the user to think that the hair isn’t really clean. Aunt Jackie’s™ products are sulfate-free, but our shampoo is lather-rich and thoroughly cleanses hair. What’s does Co-Wash mean? Co-Wash, or “Conditioning Wash,” is a term used to describe shampooing with a conditioner instead of shampoo. Most conditioners have some cleansing properties and will provide a mild cleansing. However, hair and scalp must be rinsed very well to remove impurities before Co-Washing. This method is recommended for really tight, kinky hair that shrivels up and recoils easily. It aids in keeping the hair softer, longer and stretching natural texture. Co-Washing is not recommended for fine, limp textures, as it will make hair feel weighed down. Finally, Co-Washing is not recommended for hair and scalp that has a lot of build up, as it will not cleanse as thoroughly as shampoo. Are there preservatives in Aunt Jackie’s™ products? Products without preservatives easily run the risk of forming bacteria, spoiling, and have extremely short shelf lives. While Aunt Jackie’s™ contains NO PARABENS (a chemical class of preservatives), the products do contain eco-friendly preservatives to help sustain shelf life. These preservatives are not harmful to the scalp, hair or skin, or the environment. If Aunt Jackie’s™ products are healthy for my hair, why are there so many strange ingredients on the label? While many products marketed for natural hair claim to have “all-natural,” “organic” or “good-for-you” ingredients, many make false claims and have labels that are not FDA or EU compliant. These compliance issues are updated frequently, requiring manufacturers to list certain raw materials on the label. If a label is compliant, it will likely be lengthy. Aunt Jackie’s™ products are committed to label compliance, therefore we list everything required for both U.S. and European standards. These compliance standards are in place for your safety, informing you of things like potential allergens and other helpful information. This level of compliance makes our ingredient legend a bit long, but we respect your health and the safety of our products. Does Aunt Jackie’s™ test on animals? No, Aunt Jackie’s products are not tested on animals.
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Great for: Deep conditioning & softening dry, damaged hair. What Will This Do For My Hair? Infused with carrier oils that pull nutrients into the hair shaft, Aunt Jackie’s Coco Repair recipe helps to improve the look and feel of chronically dry, fragile tresses. Whether the damage is from chronic dryness, over-processing with chemical straighteners or colour, heat styling, braiding, or certain environmental conditions, CocoRepair is an effective remedy to help return hair to a vibrant, softer state. Especially good for 2c-4c textures. How Do I Use It? On clean, damp hair, apply a generous amount all over hair, making sure hair is coated from roots to ends. As an intensive repair treatment, cover hair with a plastic cap and sit under a warm hooded dryer for 10 minutes. Remove cap and rinse all traces of masque from hair. As a regular rinse-out conditioning treatment, leave on for 5 minutes, and then rinse thoroughly. Towel blot hair and style as usual. Eco-Friendly Preservatives Sulfate-free Paraben-free No Mineral Oil No Petrolatum Can I use Aunt Jackie’s™ on my hair if it is chemically treated and not natural? YES! Aunt Jackie’s™ can be used on any hair type or texture, including chemically treated, relaxed, texturized and colour-treated hair. Why are Sulfates bad for my hair? Natural hair tends to stay dry. Sulfates, mostly found in shampoos (that help create lather), can have a stripping effect on natural hair, removing hair’s essential oils and contributing to the problem of dryness. Many sulfate-free shampoos don’t lather well, causing the user to think that the hair isn’t really clean. Aunt Jackie’s™ products are sulfate-free, but our shampoo is lather-rich and thoroughly cleanses hair. What’s does Co-Wash mean? Co-Wash, or “Conditioning Wash,” is a term used to describe shampooing with a conditioner instead of shampoo. Most conditioners have some cleansing properties and will provide a mild cleansing. However, hair and scalp must be rinsed very well to remove impurities before Co-Washing. This method is recommended for really tight, kinky hair that shrivels up and recoils easily. It aids in keeping the hair softer, longer and stretching natural texture. Co-Washing is not recommended for fine, limp textures, as it will make hair feel weighed down. Finally, Co-Washing is not recommended for hair and scalp that has a lot of build up, as it will not cleanse as thoroughly as shampoo. Are there preservatives in Aunt Jackie’s™ products? Products without preservatives easily run the risk of forming bacteria, spoiling, and have extremely short shelf lives. While Aunt Jackie’s™ contains NO PARABENS (a chemical class of preservatives), the products do contain eco-friendly preservatives to help sustain shelf life. These preservatives are not harmful to the scalp, hair or skin, or the environment. If Aunt Jackie’s™ products are healthy for my hair, why are there so many strange ingredients on the label? While many products marketed for natural hair claim to have “all-natural,” “organic” or “good-for-you” ingredients, many make false claims and have labels that are not FDA or EU compliant. These compliance issues are updated frequently, requiring manufacturers to list certain raw materials on the label. If a label is compliant, it will likely be lengthy. Aunt Jackie’s™ products are committed to label compliance, therefore we list everything required for both U.S. and European standards. These compliance standards are in place for your safety, informing you of things like potential allergens and other helpful information. This level of compliance makes our ingredient legend a bit long, but we respect your health and the safety of our products. Does Aunt Jackie’s™ test on animals? No, Aunt Jackie’s products are not tested on animals.
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Intensive Moisture Sealant. GREAT FOR: Hair that requires light-weight leave-in conditioning, Hair with low porosity, Protective styling What Will This Do For My Hair? A hydration sensation! This unique therapy for chronically dry hair blends Coconut Crème with Honey, Shea Butter and Avocado to moisturize, while helping protect and strengthen ends. Especially beneficial for 2c-4c hair types, protective styling, and helping to keep hair worn under wigs, weaves and braids, this oil moisture mixture helps to treat and guard against split ends. How Do I Use It? Use on dry or damp hair, as needed. Can be used daily. Apply a small amount in hand, rub palms together and apply all over hair, especially concentrating on the ends. With a wide tooth comb or soft bristle brush, gently comb or brush through hair. Eco-Friendly Preservatives Sulfate-free Paraben-free No Mineral Oil No Petrolatum Can I use Aunt Jackie’s™ on my hair if it is chemically treated and not natural? YES! Aunt Jackie’s™ can be used on any hair type or texture, including chemically treated, relaxed, texturized and color-treated hair. Why are Sulfates bad for my hair? Natural hair tends to stay dry. Sulfates, mostly found in shampoos (that help create lather), can have a stripping effect on natural hair, removing hair’s essential oils and contributing to the problem of dryness. Many sulfate-free shampoos don’t lather well, causing the user to think that the hair isn’t really clean. Aunt Jackie’s™ products are sulfate-free, but our shampoo is lather-rich and thoroughly cleanses hair. What’s does Co-Wash mean? Co-Wash, or “Conditioning Wash,” is a term used to describe shampooing with a conditioner instead of shampoo. Most conditioners have some cleansing properties and will provide a mild cleansing. However, hair and scalp must be rinsed very well to remove impurities before Co-Washing. This method is recommended for really tight, kinky hair that shrivels up and recoils easily. It aids in keeping the hair softer, longer and stretching natural texture. Co-Washing is not recommended for fine, limp textures, as it will make hair feel weighed down. Finally, Co-Washing is not recommended for hair and scalp that has a lot of build up, as it will not cleanse as thoroughly as shampoo. Are there preservatives in Aunt Jackie’s™ products? Products without preservatives easily run the risk of forming bacteria, spoiling, and have extremely short shelf lives. While Aunt Jackie’s™ contains NO PARABENS (a chemical class of preservatives), the products do contain eco-friendly preservatives to help sustain shelf life. These preservatives are not harmful to scalp, hair or skin, or the environment. If Aunt Jackie’s™ products are healthy for my hair, why are there so many strange ingredients on the label? While many products marketed for natural hair claim to have “all-natural,” “organic” or “good-for-you” ingredients, many make false claims and have labels that are not FDA or EU compliant. These compliance issues are updated frequently, requiring manufacturers to list certain raw materials on the label. If a label is compliant, it will likely be lengthy. Aunt Jackie’s™ products are committed to label compliance, therefore we list everything required for both U.S. and European standards. These compliance standards are in place for your safety, informing you of things like potential allergens and other helpful information. This level of compliance makes our ingredient legend a bit long, but we respect your health and the safety of our products. Does Aunt Jackie’s™ test on animals? No, Aunt Jackie’s products are not tested on animals.
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Natural curls, coils & twists spring to life with Aunt Jackie’s special “anti-frizz” formula. This Curling & Twisting Custard is a moisture-rich anti-frizz formula that helps curls, twists and waves stay springy and smooth while elongating and providing a lasting definition. The anti-frizz formula helps curls, waves & twists stay well-defined & springy. Elongates and fives curl long-lasting definition. Helps leave hair feeling super soft to the touch with no sticky, crunchy feel! Other information: No Mineral oil, No Petrolatum, Paraben-Free, Sulfate-Free Can I use Aunt Jackie’s GIRLS on hair that is chemically treated, and not natural? YES! Aunt Jackies’s GIRLS can be used on any hair type or texture, including natural, chemically treated, relaxed, and texturized hair. Baby Girl Curls Twisting and Curling Custard can be used as a moisturizer on relaxed hair, but will not result in a wash and go curls. Relaxed hair can only be curled using rods, rollers or thermal curling irons. Why are Sulfates, Parabens, Mineral Oil and Petrolatum bad for my daughter’s hair? Natural hair tends to stay dry. Sulfates, mostly found in shampoos (a kind of “detergent” that helps create lather), can have a stripping effect by removing hairs essential oils and contributing to the problem of dryness. Many sulfate-free shampoos don’t lather well, causing the user to think that the hair isn’t really clean. Aunt Jackie’s GIRLS products are sulfate-free, but our shampoo is lather-rich and thoroughly cleanses hair. As for parabens, they are a type of long-lasting preservative. There’s some controversy of whether hormones found in parabens are harmful. There are no parabens in Aunt Jackie’s GIRLS products, but we do use eco-friendly, harmless preservatives both to deliver brilliant shine, but tend to dry out over time, attracting dust and particles, causing flaking and clogging pores. Aunt Jackie’s uses natural oils and butter that deliver shine, but won’t flake, cake or form an unhealthy film on hair and scalp. At what age should I start using Aunt Jackie’s GIRLS on my daughter’s hair? There’s no clear answer to this question. It all depends on the child’s hair type and texture, as well as the stage of development its in. Hair, scalp and skin products used on infants – 3-year-old children, typically have fewer ingredients, as they can be prone to adverse or allergic reactions. Typically, by age 4, youthful scalp and hair starting to develop into a slightly more mature state. If Aunt Jackie’s GIRLS products are healthy for my daughter’s hair, why are there so many strange ingredients on the label? While many products marketed for natural hair claim to have “all-natural,” “organic” or “good-for-you” ingredients, many make false claims and have labels that are not FDA (Food & Drug Administration) or EU (European Union) compliant. These compliance issues are updated frequently, requiring manufacturers to list ingredients, in a particular way, on the label. If a label is fully compliant, therefore we list everything required for both U.S. and European standards. These compliance standards are in place for your safety, informing you of things like potential allergens and other helpful information. This level of compliance makes our ingredient legend a bit long, but we respect your health and the safety of our products. Why are there some ingredients that contain ALCOHOL in Aunt Jackie’s products? There are 2 different classes of alcohols used in the hair products. Some are drying alcohols, which are bad for the hair (making it dry, brittle and crunchy feeling) the others are safe alcohols that are used for enhancing hair’s health, stabilizing fragrances or thickening formulas. Aunt Jackie’s GIRLS only use of alcohol are in the safer class, primarily used to stabilize the fragrance. They have no known negative or adverse effect on hair. What does Co-Wash mean? Co-wash, or “Conditioning Wash,” is a term used to describe shampooing with a conditioner instead of shampoo. Most conditioners have some cleansing properties and will provide a mild cleansing. However, hair and scalp must be rinsed very well o remove impurities before co-washing. This method is recommended for really tight, kinky hair that shrivels up and recoils easily. It aids in keeping the hair softer, longer and stretching natural texture. Co-Washing is not recommended for fine, limp textures, as it will make hair feel weighed down. Finally, Co-Washing is not recommended for hair and scalp that has a lot of build up, as it will not cleanse as thoroughly as shampoo. Are there preservatives in Aunt Jackie’s products? Products without preservatives easily run the risk of forming bacteria, spoiling, and have extremely short shelf lives. While Aunt Jackie’s GIRLS contains NO PARABENS (a chemical class of preservatives), The products do contain eco-friendly preservatives to help sustain shelf life. These preservatives are not harmful to scalp, hair or skin.