Anyone can use CD products like the shampoos or conditioners. The hair oils (like this specific product: Lisa's Elixir), balms, and butters may not be needed by people whose hair isn't coarse, curly or kinky curly - it depends on your hair type. If your hair is coarse and needs additional moisture, damaged from color treatments, or life in general, you may benefit from using this product as a hot oil treatment. Many folks with hair types of 1 & 2 might not need this product for anything more than the occasional hot oil treatment. Curlies 3a - 3c and 4a-4c might want to use this for hot oil treatment and to occasionally apply to dry ends at night. The coarser your hair - the more you may benefit from this product and many different ethnicities have hair that is either coarse or curly, or both.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
im transitioning from a perm to natural. i think this product is great for natural hair. my new growth was softer and my natural curls were beautiful. i wouldnt suggest this for permed hair.
answered 4 years ago
(piscataway, new jersey)
I would say, anyone can use it. It has natural ingredients which are beneficial to all hair types.
Definitely. I use it for myself, by biracial kids' curls and my cacasian sister-in-law loves it as a hot oil treatment.
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
Yes. Anyone can use LISA'S HAIR ELIXIR. The formulation is just right for most hair textures and will give shine and manageability without being overly greasy or weighing the hair down. It's great for men too.
Just use a few drops and work through damp hair. It has a light clean scent that disappears pretty quickly.
answered 4 years, 5 months ago
When I first discovered the Carol's Daughter products I was under the impression it was only for ethnic hair due to the models on the website. Then when I went into Sephora they gave me a bunch of samples and I went back and bought everything! Even my blond friends love it!
answered 4 years, 8 months ago
I think that this hair oil is probably for textured hair for the most part. If you have fine, straight hair, it might make your hair greasy. But if you do have straight fine hair, it might be better to use as a hot oil treatment, or just a teeny, tiny bit as a moisturizer. However, I think those with an afro, relaxed, wavy, curly, thick, or coarse hair, will find a much better use for this.
answered 5 years, 1 month ago