Yes am back again..... I know its been a while but hey do not even talk about it because I miss you guys more...hehehehe
Ok on a more serious note this post has been hanging on my neck since December but hmmmm I cannot even give my long list of excuses. but the most important thing is that I am here now and with something good for you.
I have always said that its good when you appreciate something that is close to you. For a very long time some of us have had issues with trusting made in Ghana products but lately some producers or makers of these made in Ghana products have proved themselves worthy of trust and here in this post, I bring you one of such....This is a review of the lately talked about made in Ghana natural body and hair products....it is the EYA NATURALS range of products.
Now just sit back,relax, infact take a chilled natural drink while you read this post...lol
Eya Naturals-Black soap
How I use it
If you have my type of hair (very thick and full) you would always learn to section your hair before applying any product, from shampoo to conditioner to leave-in, etc.
I section my hair into 4 to 6 sections and then put a little amount of the Eya Naturals Black Soap Shampoo on a section, I rub it from scalp,root to tips of my hair and then rub both palms on it (my Cherry tomato calls it the praying hand method)lol I then wash the shampoo out and move on to the next section....I repeat that for all the sections until am all done then I just say under the shower and make sure I do not have any left over lather on my hair.
My hair and scalp felt so clean after using this product. It was also very moisturized and my scalp was never itchy when I used it.