Monday, June 2, 2014

Product Review: Purabody Capuacu Butter

Price:  $14 for 4 oz. (wait for a sale)

Ingredients:  Cupuacu Butter, Murumuru Butter, Mango Butter, Illipe Butter, Organic Shea Butter, Virgin Coconut Oil, Organic Olive Oil, Jojoba Oil, Organic Brazil Nut Oil, Organic Mamey Sapote Oil, Castor Bean Oil, Herbal extract blend (horsetail, nettles, burdock root) and Essential Oil Blend/and or fragrance

Promise:  A rich creamy blend of natural butters and oils to combat dry, brittle hair.  Cupuacu is well known for its high fatty acid content which benefits dry, damaged hair while protecting moisture and leaving hair soft and silky.

Scent:  I bought the Tahitian Vanilla scent.  It smells like yummy vanilla cake.

Consistency:  Like softened butter or margarine.   It is lighter that whipped shea butter.
Results:  Unfortunately, I purchased this and tried to use it before I realized that my hair just doesn't do well with most straight butters.  Then, I made a rookie mistake and tried it again later because I really wanted to like it.  I just could not get it to absorb into my hair.  I ended up having to put a headband on to cover my edges because my hair was just white with the butter sitting on top of it.  This would probably be great for someone with high porosity hair if their hair normally likes butters.

Love it, Like it or Leave It:  Leave it.
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