Purchasing Qhemet Biologics has been one of the best hair investments I’ve made thus far.
Essence.com and Vegetarian Times magazine basically said Qhemet Biologics is a great haircare line for natural hair. After reading a comment coming from Vegetarian Times I had to try it. My interest was peaked. So I ordered:
- Egyptian Wheatgrass Cleasing Tea
- Moringa Tree Conditioning Ghee (2oz and 5oz) – 100% Vegetarian
- Amla & Olive Heavy Cream – 100% Vegetarian
- Honeybush Tea Soft Gel – 100% Vegetarian
- Alma Oil Nourishing Pomade – 100% Vegan
- Castor & Moringa Softening Serum – 100% Vegan
The products being vegan or vegetarian was a definitely a bonus since that coincides with my daily lifestyle.
After using Qhemet Biologics I cannot tell you how surprised I was at how my hair turned out. It felt conditioned and soft, right away. It looked shiny but didn’t feel too greasy. It appeared light and full. Plus there was a curl pattern.
At a doctor’s appointment the physician noticed my hair and commented on how soft it looked. The general practitioner said he wanted to touch it but wouldn’t. However, I know he snuck in a touch when he thought I didn’t notice it.
Anyway – while using Qhemet Biologics at first I was doubtful. I had to wash my hair six times using full palms of shampoo to get a descent lather. Yes my hair was full of product, but so. I was looking for a lather so I kept shampooing. But since there are no weird chemicals in this product that probably contributed to the lather issue. In the end my hair felt clean. It also didn’t feel stripped so that was nice.
To deep condition my tresses, I applied the entire 2oz container of the Moringa Tree Conditioning Ghee. The product sort of evaporated in my hair and again I had doubts. However, after I donned a heating cap for 30 minutes, and rinsed out the conditioner, my hair was brilliantly soft. I then realized the Moringa Tree had done its job.
To twist my hair I used Moringa Tree Conditioning Ghee as a leave-in, Amla & Olive Heavy Cream as a moisturizer, Castor & Moringa Softening Serum to lock in the moisture and Honeybush Tea Soft Gel to set the curl.
My favorite of the four is the Amla & Olive Heavy Cream. This stuff is thick, creamy and light. The Amla & Olive provided a good balance of moisture and softness. I was pleased.
The next morning before unraveling my twists, I applied Amla Oil Nourishing Pomade to bring about a healthy shine.
Overall, I think I finally found a staple product line. I live in New Mexico and the climate here is very dry which has left my hair feeling and looking extremely brittle. I’ve used other products to bring back my hair’s moisture, and yes they worked, but they didn’t work like Qhemet Biologics.
This product line left my hair feeling super soft and moist. That meant a lot to me. Qhemet Biologics is not cheap, so if you have the extra cash and want to put it towards haircare products, I recommend investing in this line. It’s worth every penny.