Best Way to Deep Condition | Fast and Easy

Hey Guys,

So I received these products from a store in Zimbabwe called Bantu coils.

They offer a range of products for natural hair.

I was given these two products to try.

The Motions deep conditioner worked wonders to my hair. I was getting Faux locs and prepping my hair this way was extremely helpful for the health of my hair. But I only managed to get one use from this jar.

Motions Deep Conditioner












The hair therapy wrap was new to me so it took a little while to figure out how to put all the parts together.

But once I figured it out, it worked pretty well. Make sure you don’t leave in the microwave for too long!














You can contact Bantu Coils below:

Gate 3
Borrowdale Racecourse,
Borrowdale Rd
Harare, Zimbabwe

T: 1-857-302-2688
Local: 2637844994921




By | 2017-03-26T01:37:16+00:00 June 26th, 2016|Hair|0 Comments

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