The product I'm talking about is It's a 10 Miracle Leave-In. I've written about this product a couple of times before but I don't think I've truly expressed how import it is to me. It all started when I saw a video of Tia Williams proclaiming her adoration for It's a 10 after it melted away her tangles. So I went out and got it. What I LOVE about this product is that it does it's job. I bought it for one reason and one reason only, to deal with my tangles. And that it does.
Whenever I have stubborn tangles, that once before would worry me, I simply walk over to my product stash and reach for my trusty friend. A couple of days ago, I was contacted by a young lady who found herself in a dilemma when her hair matted up after removing her braids. My advice was to try using oil during the detangling process and, if she could, go out and by It's a 10 Leave In. Turns out the young lady just happened to have a sample size of the product handy from her birch box kit. It was sitting there, unused, awaiting this special day.
I requested a follow up report after she used the product to let me know if it worked for her like it did for me and Tia. The next day, I received an update. She was able to rid herself of all the tangles using her sample sized savior. What if fate hadn't intervened allowing her to have a bottle for this very moment? In her earlier message, she threatened to cut her hair if the issue hadn't been resolved. Haven't we all been there? Suffering from tangles so severe that we figure cutting them is the only way out? I dunno about you but I have. Now, when I get extreme tangling, I smile to myself knowing that in moments, the tangles will be a thing of the past (with very few casualties).
So that is why I'm recommending that everyone have this product on hand just in case. I don't break out my bottle often, but when I do, I'm so glad I have it. One thing I haven't done is actually use it as a leave-in which I will experiment with next wash day. I'm not quite sure if I should test out their "lite version" of the leave-in for my roller set or stick with the original. I'm also wondering about the rest of the product line since I already enjoy the original and the Keratin version.. After reading that Gabrielle Union swears by the It's a 10 conditioner, I'm contemplating if I should try it for myself.