Saturday, 11 July 2009

Anyone been to the Sisterlocks website lately?


Anyone been to lately? Well I was passing by when I noticed the Boutique link, so I clicked on it - as you do when feeling a bit nosey....

I admired the credit card holder and hair ties and jewellery and was about to click away (since I didn't really like anything enough to buy it) when I noticed they are selling... that's right: HAIR MISTS!

Water in a spray bottle with added essential oils... the kind of thing that Kay Equisite, Gigglz and Miss Full Roller etc have been blogging about (having made their own).

The Lavender and Peppermint mists are for 'Fresh Hair' and they have a separate one for 'Dry Scalp and Dandruff' which contains Lavender, Rosemary, Peppermint, Tea Tree and Ylang Ylang. Now I don't live in the USA so I probably won't be buying them but if any of my North American sisters happen to get yourself a bottle (or two) - do let me know how it goes!

The link is here:


Gigglz said...

I saw the same thing on the website and being the product junkie (PJ) that I am I was so tempted to buy it, but I didn't. I would love to know how well they work. But then again, we can take some water drop some essential oils in and viola "fresh hair mist" --LOL :-)!!!

msfullroller said...

I hear ya Gigglz! I'd love to hear from someone who's purchased them as to how they work too.

anthia-ofo said...

If you can't buy them, you can make your own. Get some essential oils from the Health shop, put 1 or 2 drops of each (I like peppermint,lavender, honeysuckle,tea tree, but you can choose whatever you like) in a little carrier oil and add filtered water.
Bajan, have you tried rinsing your hair with diluted ACV(apple cider vinegar)? It helps with itching and flaking.

Bajan Lily said...

Thanks - I made my own a while back (with lavender) but I've stopped using it while I sorted out the dry spot. At the moment I don't use anything in my hair but I might start again in future. I was just curious as to whether anyone had tried these 'official' ones to see how they compared to our home made products :)


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