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Aloe Vera Gel for a Leave-In Conditioner?

Posted Today at 08:35 AM by jbwphoto1

As mentioned a few weeks ago, I am in the hunt for a new leave-in conditioner. I've read of some ladies being able to use a good leave-in conditioner on wash day, then go days without dryness. I realize this has to do with your hair and environment, but I'm not even close to that.

In a recent article for Black Girl with Long Hair, comparisons were made between products based on price. For the leave-in conditioners, aloe vera gel was listed as a main ingredient. I've read on the forum...
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New Bobeam Natural Products Purchased

Posted Yesterday at 07:43 AM by jbwphoto1

In anticipation of Black Friday/Small Business Saturday/Cyber Monday sales, I decided to order some sample sizes from Bobeam Natural Products to see what needs to be added to November's list.

Because the previously ordered Cocoa & Rhassoul Clay Bar worked so well as a bath and body bar, in addition to being used as a shampoo bar, I decided to try something with that specific purpose.

I got the shampoo bar set with four sample sizes for $5. I picked the toning and...
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Hendigo Didn't Take (and that was my last indigo until Black Friday)

Posted 09-18-2014 at 03:18 PM by jbwphoto1

Tried a hendigo treatment last week with henna from the freezer and a Henna Sooq bag of indigo, but it didn't take and I'm kind of stumped as to why.

The henna was previously frozen. I put it into the fridge to thaw and two days later took it out. I mixed up my indigo with 2 teaspoons of table salt and distilled water. The mix sat at room temperature for about 20 minutes. I applied the mix to damp hair and sat under the steamer for one hour. After the hour, I rinsed with NJoy's purifying...
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Eyes Wide Open: Seeing the Signs of Depression In Men & Women. They’re Different!

Posted 09-17-2014 at 10:33 PM by Nice Lady
Updated 09-18-2014 at 07:24 AM by Nice Lady

Who has woe? Who has sorrow? Who has strife? Who has complaints? Who has needless bruises? Who has bloodshot eyes (Proverbs 23:29 NIV)?

In the general population, there many people suffering with depression that never seek care or get help to cope with it. Some medical experts believe that depression contributes to other health complications such as strokes, obesity and heart disease.1 It is estimated that 18.8 million adults in America suffer with depression.2 “The disease is not...
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The Importance of Marrying Black?

Posted 09-14-2014 at 02:54 PM by larry3344

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At the risk of introducing another inflammatory topic, do people feel that the reasons for marrying out for Black men apply to Black women? I don't. I can't think of any Black woman (myself included) who, when presented with the opportunity of even dating outside, didn't think carefully about it.

I have to ask this because statistically speaking, there are more marriageable Black women than there are Black men to be with them. When Black men marry out, it's viewed as self-hatred.
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