Monday, December 12, 2011

NATURAL HAIR PRODUCT REVIEW: Le KAIR CHOLESTEROL PLUS

I remember as a kinky headed child my mother would use cholesterols in my hair.  Then, and probably to this day my mother knew very little about doing hair and keeping my hair healthy and well maintained. Water rarely entered the hair care picture, unless it was on wash day. Now rediscovering this product, I have found it to be excellent for kinky and curly hair types. It leaves my  hair soft and super shiny. Mixing additional oils into this product gives maximum results. For less than $2.00 at Wal-mart you can't bet the price with a stick . The product has excellent slip, which makes detangling a breeze.  The smell is OK, but add in some essential oils like lavender, or basil and that remedies that. 
This gets 4 out of 5 starts. Pick this up next time your in Wally's and tell me what you think.
Have you tried it and what were your results?

Product Description:
This rich, smooth, silky hair cream is a unique blend of Natural Organic Conditioners that strengthens, deep conditions and moisturizes damaged hair, split ends, dry-brittle and chemically processed hair. This specially formulated Hair Strengthening and Conditioning Cream is ideal for chemically relaxed hair.

Directions: First, shampoo thoroughly with Lekair Cholesterol Plus Hair Strengthening Shampoo (A Very Gentle Cleansing Formula). Rinse thoroughly and apply a generous amount of Cholesterol Plus Strengthening & Conditioning Cream to palm of hands. Massage thoroughly into hair and leave on hair for two minutes and rinse thoroughly. Repeat this conditioning process a second time, rinse hair thoroughly and towel dry. Now your hair is ready for that special style you're seeking.

Ingredients: Purified Water, Cetyl Alcohol, Cetearyl Alcohol & PEG 40, Hydrogenated Castor Oil & Stearalkonium Choloride, Mineral oil, Cholesterol, Hydrolyzed Collagen, Citric Acid, Aloe, Jojoba Oil, Vitamin E, Acetate, Vitamin A & D, Methyl Paraben, Propyl Paraben,Tetrasodium, EDTA, FD&C Yellow #5, FD&C Red #4, Fragrance.


19 comments:

  1. Great post, I used to use that in my hair too back in the day. I found it to be a great DC product. I can't recall why I stopped using it.

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  2. I love this product as well. I used it in my relaxed days. I rediscovered it again a few months ago, if it ain't broke don't fix it. Lol I add my favorite oils as well but I sometimes fall asleep with it on.

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  3. Oh, you gonna make me dust off my big ole jar of cholesterol. I forget that I had it. I loved it but, I was trying out other stuff. I love your blog BTW :)

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  4. I really like this product an especially for the price! I use it as a DC and leave it for a few minutes to up an hour while doing other stuff around the house. I sometimes sit under the dryer with it. It became a staple when I was on the search for a DC but didn't wan to spend an arm an a leg. I'll be sure to try it with some other oils I have.

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  5. @Trece girl you know how it is, you try something new, and forget out the other stuff that you loved.
    @Toy Girl dust it off girl. Its a keeper. Thanks Im glad your feeling the blog. Feel free to give ANY feedback :O)
    @LuminouzFlame. Yes the price cant be beat, PLUS it WORK lol

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  6. I love that you did this review, it is my all time fav product..and I dont hear alot about it..I was telling you on your channel that I have been using it since I was 13 yrs old,..and I always have one!..

    its da bomb diggaty!

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  7. Like Trece', I can't remember why I stopped using this product. It is cheap and effective. I will have to revisit this product to find out why I stopped.
    Nice blog!!!

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  8. Has anyone done a comparison of this and the Queen Helena brand? If so, which one do you like better.

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  9. @DSLAlex4 to me they both act the same. I buy which ever one I come across first.

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  10. I love this product! Been using it for years and it always seem to do the job. I love the way it applies to the hair, it's a great detangler and hair is always soft afterwards.

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  11. i use a variation of this product..and its really good.. the price is good too..lol

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  12. @Realistic Christian - Thank you! I'll grab whichever one I find first.

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  13. My hair and skin are protein sensitive so this product was a big fail for me. My hair immediately felt stripped and hard after applying. It sucks because I just KNEW I was going to get great results. :(

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  14. I'm going to get me some of this I used to use it years ago no reason why I stoped but I'm now on a quest to go back to things that work for my hair and they are the "cheap" products that I grew up using. The hype of these all natural products is not worth it for the price. and they make my scalp itch. Lol. Loving the blog AE!! And I'm not a blogging type of girl. Lol.

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  15. I used this years ago when I first went natural. I stopped using it because I am a sucker for products that smell extremely good and this really didn't have a smell. I may have to try it again sometime in the future because I don't remember what effect it had on my hair.

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  16. Oh wow...my mom used to use this on my natural hair when I was little...it worked. Thanks for reminding me of a oldie but a goodie. - jadedgurl86

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  17. Do you find any issues with it retaining the moisture in your hair since it contains alcohol and mineral oil? Aren't those bad for natural hair?

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  18. thank you for sharing your thoughts on this products, I was wondering if anyone use it or have use it. Im in the process of transitioning and I was using it when I was relaxing and I love the smell and had no problem with it. But I dont want to just stop using everything I was using just because its not all natural and whatnot. So thanks for sharing your thoughts once again. Many Blessings ::)

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