Jane Carter Solution (Nourish & Shine) Review

Jane Carter Solution Nourish & Shine 

Last week my boyfriend brought home a 4 ounce tub of Jane Carter Solution Nourish and Shine to use for himself on his dry hair.

Now I'm a hair products junkie and I love to try different types of all natural hair products so I just had to try the Jane Carter butter.

First I'd hopped into the shower and washed and conditioned my hair.  Once I was done with that, I'd deep condition my hair for about a couple of hours (I like to do long deep conditioning's).  After I'd washed out the deep conditioner, I put some leave-in conditioner as well as a pea size of Jane Carter Solution in my damp hair and braided my hair in 4 sections.  I'd wrapped my hair up while still damp and slept with my hair wet.

The next morning I'd took down my hair from the 4 braids it was in and I've noticed the difference in the feel of my hair.  It was very soft, full of moisture and smelled so good!  I blow dried my hair and my hair was even more softer and still with a lot of moisture.  Usually after I use the blow dryer, my hair is dry and frizzy but after using Jane Carter Solution, I had no frizz and my hair was soft and was easily manageable!

So is Jane Carter Solution (Nourish & Shine) Worth a Try?

I say YES, YES, and More Yes!  It's a great hair butter if you have dry hair or scalp.  Also the butter works on skin too to help soften your skin and keeps it moist.  Now I haven't tried it on my skin yet but I will soon.  

Jane Carter (Nourish & Shine) is a bit pricey but is well worth the cost!  All you need to use is about a pea size of the hair butter in your hair and its works from just that much.  A little goes a long way with this product.


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