6 thoughts on “Beija-Flor Naturals Product Review: Creme Brulee and Hemp Buttercream

  1. Jacklyn says:

    I heard you say you were looking for products with Burdock in them Qhemet Biologics has :Burdock Root Butter Cream.. 🙂

  2. Kristie says:

    I was very excited and anxious to get my order but was only let down when I finally got my order a MONTH after I placed the order. The site says it takes up to 2 weeks to get your order as you can see I received mine after a month. I will NEVER order from them again its not worth it!!!!!!

    • HB says:

      Wow! It never took that long for me to get mine…maybe 2 weeks and she let me know ahead of time because she was making it.

  3. lifejourneytobenatural says:

    It’s good that you were able to shape down to ones that you will keep or use and not repurchase again. It’s always like a trial and error for me, but in knowing already what you DON’T want in your hair. It helps to do the process of elimination. It’s nice that there are lines on the net that you can order. They need to introduce them to the stores. I give props to those who actually make their own products.

    haha It is easy to get up high numbers of hair care products in your place. I wished when I was buying stuff to try on my hair that I was only investing in healthy products and could have save lots of moolah paying for unhealthy ones.

    I love stuff that smells like dessert or sweet. 🙂 Yummy. I like fruity smells as well. Do you order most of your prods online? I think I remember you said that you do.

    Girl I don’t know what I am doing to feel such crunchiness all around my head, but I absolute hate. I use the Come Clean, Knot Today, and KCCC together. I still get crunchiness. Not cool. Then as the day progresses it will get less crunchy but still a crunch n munch here and there. Yes it can be quite concentrated to be hard to rinse or shampoo out. Like a sticky icky up in there… my hair is having it’s moment where it wants to absorb or just resist (rebellious I tell ya)…

    Why don’t they create something that helps frizz and reduce shrinkage? Who got the miracle product out there?

  4. lifejourneytobenatural says:

    LOL If we come to your crib ashy, you can hook us up. That’s too funny. 🙂 So are going to start weeding out your cabinet and perhaps make room for things you really love and trust to be good for your hair? I did this when I started commenting on your blog. I still got some gunk out in the garage that I am 50/50 on. Girl I even got some of that Bath & Body Work shampoo in this recyclable bag. I cannot depart from it but the ingredients are not good. Could have a hair care product yard sale? haha

    Do you feel the Bejia-Flur Creme Brulee smells yummy? See I look for good stuff to give my hair thirst without overdoing it and also look for good fragrant products with hardly if any alcohol. Alcohol gives it the fragrance unless it is pure, natural essential oils use for the product. Your hair is growing. I can tell. 🙂 I check to see what you have tried because I know you are being your own spokesperson and consultant to what works or not works on you.

    Both of us have our PJ fixes…I can find something that I am DESTINED to try and can end up with a hall cabinet full of stuff. They say we are among one of the most ethnic population who invest and support these companies to try products. Have you ever seen the Chris Rock Documentary on the Hair Show? There is only like 2 black companies who has any partakes in the huge hair and product industry!!

    Btw did the KCCC make your hair feel really crunchy? I really hate that feeling. Tempted to kick to the curb as well but I really like the product to not consider like MJ products. Since I’ve been using KCCC consistently for like a week now, it is causing my curls to define but they are getting smaller and not stretchy on its own. While the frontal region stays stretchy, the middle and back get tight curled. Got to be mixed hair texture I suppose on my head. I wished I had the bank to be really trying lots of natural hair care products on the market. I simply don’t. Got to be good. Happy Hair.

    • HB says:

      Thankfully, I moved while I was transitioning, so I threw away all the crap that I previously put in my hair. I think I only have like one or two products that aren’t “good” for my hair, but there are some that I just won’t re-purchase after I finish them. Correction, a LOT I won’t repurchase, lol…what am I doing with like, nine moisturizers? Right, lol. The Creme Brulee smells like dessert, and I’m pretty sure she used essential oils for the fragrance…on the website, she talks about the ick stuff in a lot of store bought prods (including alcohol). The CB is 65% organic, 100% Natural, 100% Vegan. KCCC doesn’t really make my hair crunchy, but it’s doing this thing where it’s really hard to wash out the next day…it’s not cute. And the shrinkage with KCCC is infamous!

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