I found this post on the comments section for the intense conditioner post from this morning...
Exposure to sun and other harmful chemicals may cause hair and skin damage. It is best to use a product that is 100% organic for it can penetrate to the follicle to balance, correct and restore your hair and skin's youth and vitality.
I'd like to recommend "Appreciation" Pre-Shampoo Treatment, it contains pure jojoba oil that comes from a bean grown in Mexico. You'll gonna love it :D
And the person who posted it is the seller of these items.
I tried to check out the ingredients list for this product...I couldn't find one. It appears to contains 100% jojoba oil for $25.00. No preservatives - you don't need one for anhydrous (without water) products, and jojoba has a nice long shelf life, so you don't need to include Vitamin E. So why not make your own?
100 grams jojoba oil
125 ml (4 oz) bottle
Put the jojoba oil in the bottle. Use before washing as a pre-treatment.
Heck, let's make the Hair, Body, and Bath Treatment....
100 grams sesame oil
125 ml (4 oz) bottle
Put the sesame oil in the bottle. Use for hair and body as you wish.
This same person is advocating 100% organic products. You could do this with anhydrous products, but there are no well tested, effective natural preservatives. So anything with water would have to be unpreserved. And you know how I feel about preservatives!
I do think it's interesting that this same person is using silicones in the conditioner and copolymer resins in a styling spray. I like both these ingredients, but I can't think of any way to interpret "organic" to include either of these ingredients. You could call them natural as they do come from natural sources, but by that definition, my computer is all natural, my car is all natural, and my toaster is all natural. I couldn't find the ingredients in the other products, so I'll leave this here. I will say a final thing...if you are considering selling your products, please do not make medical or healing claims for your products.
I read the site again this morning...did you know you can style your hair without chemicals? (Considering that everything in life is composed of chemicals - water, grass, your children, my dog - this is an amazing feat. The Royal Academy of Science is offering $1,000,000 to anyone who can prove they can make something without chemicals!) I think she missed an adjective there!
As a note to people who might consider posting ads on my site in the future - it's $1000 for each comment. I get to review your products. And I get to tell people how to make them. And I get to mock you in public. You've been warned...