Every naturalista should try out new products, especially if they come in pretty packaging, are organically made, plus are made in Uganda *wink wink! My most recent feature with Kentaro led to these beautiful shots after we discussed her most recent additions to her whipped butter collection. The Kentaro Tea Tree shampoo and Berry Smoothie conditioner.
I’ve been meaning to talk about this shampoo since the time we traveled to western Uganda where it served my hair ultimate freshness in the wild…
It might be too soon for a full review, so let’s give it a few more months, but so far I must say I’m totally loving them both!
The Tea Tree shampoo leaves my hair feeling fresh, lathers up easily, as well as has a refreshing-subtle scent. It’s also made with argan oil, which my hair appreciates.
The Berry Smoothie conditioner in the pink cute package smells yummy! I have used it thrice now, before I braided my hair for May, as a leave-in. I’m still trying to figure out what my hair needs, but it felt so rich when applied to my hair and once done rinsing out, my curls were enriched by the hibiscus and avocado.
Have you tried any of Kentaro’s whipped butters, shampoo or conditioner yet? I admit I’ve become a huge fan of handmade organic products for my scalp. Let me know what you think!
Photography: Tweny Benjamin