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Product Review: Aubrey Organics B5 Design Gel

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Ingredients: Water (Deionized), Aloe Vera (Aloe Barbadensis) Leaf Juice (Aloe Barbadensis, Organic), Gum Arabic (Organic), Tragacanth Gum, Rosa Mosqueta Rose Hip Seed Oil (Organic), Inositol, Sulfer Containing Amino Acids (Methionine and Cysteine), Horse Chestnut Extract, Horsetail Extract, Coltsfoot Extract, Nettle Extract (Urtica Dioica), Linoleic Acid (Vitamin F), Biotin (Vitamin H) (Vitamin H), Aubrey’s Preservative (Citrus Seed Extract, Vitamin A, C, E), Balsam Fir Oil, Orange Oil (Organic)

Price: $11.99 for 8oz at Whole Foods

Smell&Consistency: Like most Aubrey products, this gel had an herbal smell. I added lavender oil to overpower the original scent. The consistency is similar to flax seed gel. Thick, but not Eco-styler thick, a little gumpy.

Review: This gel has great hold and did not leave my hair dry, but very soft. Along with very soft hair, I also had great definition when I took my twists out. HOWEVER, I noticed flakes in my hair after the second day of wearing twists. Flakes were visible in my hair when I took my twists out as well. Bummer! Since I love the Aubrey company so much (mainly because GPB is incredible), I decided to give the gel another go. The same thing happened. As much as I liked the softness, hold, and definition, I am not going to risk having to re-wash my hair due to flakes that this product caused. I used my shea light mixture and twisted my hair a couple of days ago and there are no flakes in my hair. This proves to me that it was the gel that caused my hair to flake.

Will I use this product again? Unfortunately not:(

*Please try this product for yourself if you are interested. All heads of hair are different and respond to products differently.

Sincerely,
Desperately looking for a natural hair gel that works for my hair aka Evelyn

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Author: Charish Halliburton

Writer and Editor for The Motley News

4 thoughts on “Product Review: Aubrey Organics B5 Design Gel

  1. Have you tried using aloe vera gel by itself?

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  2. Hey Maggi. I've used the kind in a big gallon, but that is too watery to use as gel. I've seen it in whole food stores, but the one that I looked at awhile ago seemed like it had alcohol or some other added ingredients. I'll check the store that I frequent here and see what they have.

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  3. Aubrey Organics products are great! I always buy them at iherb.com You can use my coupon code NAK992 to get $ 5 off + free shipping for orders over $ 40 + free samples. They ship worldwide.

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  4. Ooh, thank you for the tip! I know I'd like to take advantage of that.

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