Monday, April 22, 2013

Natural-Laxer Natural Hair Relaxer

Is there really such a thing as a Natural Hair Relaxer?


Baka Beautiful
2 ounces/$14.99
http://www.treasuredlocks.com/natural-herbal-hair-relaxer-texturizer-chemical-free.html

I came across this product last year sometime and really had forgotten about it until a coworker brought up the fact that she was interested in obtaining some betonite clay.  I thought a natural alternative to a chemical relaxer would be at least worth looking at and an healthy option for doing something good for your tresses.

The product is called Baka Beautiful and is sold by Treasured Locks (family-owned and operated).  

First things first.  Let's take a look at it's ingredients:
  • A blend of carefully selected sun-dried herbs
  • Mrytle
  • Valerian
  • Rose Petals
  • Red Clover
  • Fenugreek
  • Nettle and Sage Mixed with Pulverized Unadulterated Sahara Clay


The product description:

From their website:

Baka Beauty Products' Natural-Laxer MIX is 100% natural powder made entirely of sun dried exotic herbs and Sahara Clay hair leaving it silky smooth. The herbs used in the natural relaxer are completely natural and completely safe. When mixed with the Sahara Clay in the Natural-Laxer MIX and hot water and applied to the hair and skin, it produces miraculous results. This ancient herbal secret has been used dating back to the pharaohs. Available now from Treasured Locks, Natural-Laxer MIX is an advanced spa treatment for your hair and skin that you apply yourself in the comfort of your own home. Each Natural-Laxer MIX is enough for approximately application for a "typical" head of hair, depending on the volume and length of your hair.

Their site furnishes a Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) section for those interested in purchasing the item and may still be on the fence about the performance of the product.

Pros:

  • It is an "all" natural alternative for the natural ladies out there
  • The Site gives clear directions on what to expect from product
  • FAQ section will answer general questions about the product
  • Site Also Has A Video Showing How to Mix the Baka Beautiful
  • Site boasts over 274 Reviews of the Baka Beautiful
  • You Can Purchase Three Jars of the Baka at a Reduced Amount of $13.99 a Jar
Cons:

  • Apparently Jar Contains "Just Enough" for an "Average" Size Head
  • For initial best results, apply once/week for 3 weeks. Suggested maintenance- apply every 4 to 8 weeks.
  • Rose Water (sold separately) Price:  $4.99
Finally, they made suggestions on what other products you should consider in purchasing along with your Baka Beautiful:

  • Baka Natural-Laxer Silk Cream Shampoo at $5.99
  • Hair Therapy Wrap-Microwave Hair Conditioning Cap Sale Price:  $22.99/Reg.:  $29.99
  • Natural-Laxer Silk Protein Conditioner at $6.99
  • Professional Conditioning Heat Cap -   Reg. Price:  $40.00/Sale Price:  $34.99
  • Treasured Locks Conditioning Balm -  Reg.:  $19.99/Sale Price:  $14.99 
  • Treasured Locks Hair & Scalp Elixir -  Reg. Price:  $18.00/Sale Price:  $14.99
  • Treasured Locks Locks of Curls Pomade & Gel - Price $11.99
So, there you are ladies!  Please make use of the links in the article, if you are interested or would like to take a closer look at the website for this and other products!

As always,

Happy Curls to You!


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4 comments:

  1. It sounds like a really strong henna. If you put enough henna in your hair it has a straigtening effect on your curls.

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  2. Hi Rolande, that's what I tried to tell a co-worker of mine. Sahara Clay seems to be another "mud-based" conditioner, that like Henna will "loosen" the curl.

    You are right on target.

    Thanks for stopping by as always! It means a lot to me!

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