Product review: Palmer’s Shea Formula Curl Cream

Product review: Palmer's Shea Formula Curl Cream

Yet another great cruelty-free product, this one is far superior to its non-cruelty free competitors. I have tried many hair oils and frizz calming serums in the past but none actually do what they claim and stop my head from looking like a poodle that just walked out of a hurricane. 

If you have frizzy, afro style hair like I do then you need some hardcore curl treatments. This formulation from Palmer’s contains raw shea butter, coconut oil and avocado oil. It contains no phenylthalenes, sulfates or parabens, along with no dyes. It is as natural and vegan as haircare can get. The raw ingredients in this mix really does fix even the most stubbornly frizzy-prone hair. It works well on dry hair as much as on towel-dried post-shower hair. I use it as a preventative measure before braving the Auckland humidity.

This product is difficult to find in New Zealand and is only available in the Chemist Warehouse in Auckland. So if you can’t actually get to these stores in person (they don’t have an online shop) you won’t be able to find it. 😦 That’s little old New Zealand for you. 

I thoroughly recommend Palmer’s Shea Formula Curl Cream for anyone with wayward curls. 5*/5. 

*I did not receive any financial compensation for this review and I did not receive free products at all. If you would like me to review your products fairly and honestly, you can email me about it at contentcatnip [at] gmail [dot] com  

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