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 the 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 the tea tree oil and gently message 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.