Natural Hair: L.A.C.E. Supreme Herbal Butter Review

Hey Curlies,

A few weeks ago I posted this photo:

Review time has come! Today's review will be on the Supreme Herbal Butter.

What it's Made of:

Unrefined Shea Butter, Unrefined Mango Butter, Olive Oil infused with Amla, Brahmi, Hibiscus petal Flower, Horsetail and Bhringraj, Coconut Oil and Wheatgerm Oil. Essential Oil Blend for fragrance and stimulating purposes.

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What it Claims to do:

Makes hair soft and manageable while providing nourishment (hair and skin), strengthens and conditions hair.
This butter is also a good option to help with skin irritations such as eczema and mild psoriasis. It helps to alliviate itchy, dry skin for better comfort
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To seal in moisture on dry or damp skin and hair

My Review:

This is the second body butter I've used this winter. Although this item is listed under "Body Butters" its purpose extends more than just the skin. I first used this for only my skin after showering, but I've also used it on my hair and have gotten pretty good results.

Similar to another L.A.C.E. product I have, the texture is almost cake-icing-like. It is very light in texture but densely packed together. Like most butters I love that this product melts into your palms immediately after it connects with your body heat. This helps distribute evenly. The scent is very pleasant! In fact, I've gotten numerous compliments. It's similar to a combination of mango and hibiscus.

I will say that this product first comes off as a bit greasy and oily, but after a few moments, the product settles and isn't as noticeable. In my favor, this is GREAT for my skin in the brittle-cold winter months. For the most part my skin stays moisturized over the day. I've for sure seen a difference in using this compared to traditional lotions.

Overall, I give this product a 5 out of 5. For purchasing or more details, visit