This twist & Lock gel by Advanced Beauty Inc. is made with but not limited to Shea butter, coconut extract & oil, aloe Vera leaf juice, avocado oil, jojoba oil, olive fruit oil, mango seed butter, argan kernel oil, grape seed oil, neem seed oil, carrot seed oil e. t. c.
Claim on ingredients
As much as was used in the Cantu Shea butter Twist & Lock gel some ingredients were also indicated as absent. The product has;
- No Mineral oil
- No Sulfates
- No Parabens
- No Silicones
- No Phthalates
- No Gluten
- No Paraffin
- No Propylene
- No PABA or DEA
Made with pure Shea butter and formulated without harsh ingredients.
- Adds manageability to hair revealing soft, shiny twists and locks.
Directions: For Twists, section hair and apply a generous amount to each section. Twist the hair with a comb or fingers.
To touch up twists or locks between cleansing, section hair and apply enough product to coat new growth.
What I think of Cantu Shea butter moisturizing twist & lock gel
- It has a strong floral scent. Depending on what you are comfortable with it can appear as too strong or just right.
- It has a creamy consistency that penetrates the hair very evenly.
- It doesn’t leave any white residue on the which is good.
- It moisturizes the hair.
- It reduces frizz.
- It enhances curls.
- It instantly softens the hair.
This is more or less not a disadvantage except you bought it for this purpose because it is clearly written on the product. So know that;
- It does not play the role of a gel like it is indicated.
The Cantu Shea butter moisturizing twist & Lock gel is one of those product that does 95% of what it promises to do, so if you have been contemplating buying it or if you are unsure of a good moisturizing leave in conditioner to buy I highly recommend it. I truly noticed a huge difference in my hair when I started applying it.
Note: I use it as a leave in conditioner.
Have you used the twist & Lock gel? What was your experience? Leave a comment I will love to read from you.