Leave in & Aloe Vera gel FAQs

Q1: Is it used for curly hair only?
Answer: No, it's used for all types of hair

Q2: Does it suit any hair type?
Answer: Yes, Shea leave-in is used for high porosity hair and Maya Leave-in is used for low porosity hair.

Q3: What is hair porosity?
Answer: Porosity is your hair's ability to absorb and retain moisture. It affects how well oils and moisture pass in and out of the cuticle (the outermost layer of your hair).

Q4: Is it a heavy product on my hair or scalp?
Answer: No it's not, as it mainly moisturizes and hydrates the hair, and has no build ups.

Q5: Should I use it on dry hair?
Answer: No, you better apply it on wet hair.

Q6: Is it safe for kids?
Answer: Yes, from 2 years and above.

Q7: Does it contain alcohol?
Answer: No.

Q8: What is it used for?
Answer: Used for the hair , face and body, to moisturize the skin, treat acne and pigmentations.

Q9: to use it for acne?
Answer: Mix one drop of it with 2 drops of Tea Tree oil and put the mixture on your acne spots.

Q10: How to use it for the hair?
Answer: Use it as exactly as the leave-in. It moisturizes and hydrates the hair, yet promotes hair growth.

Q11: How to use for dandruff?
Answer: Mix 1 pump of it with 2 pumps of tea tree oil and gently massage the scalp.

Q12: How should I apply it to hold my curls?
Answer: After using the shampoo and conditioner, apply it to the hair to hold the curls.

Q13: Does it cause any type of irritation?
Answer: No, but you better test any product before using it.

Q14: What are the oils it contains?
Answer: Jojoba , Almond oil, Rose oil.

Q15: How to use this product for lice?
Answer: Mix 2 drops of it with 2-3 drops of the Tea Tree oil and put the mixture on your scalp.