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Afro Botanics Conditioners Review

by Evenes Ruth Mafupa

Hey loves. Loving 2015 already and my goal this month is to clear everything I did not manage to do last year so you will be seeing more posts more often for some time. This is stuff I need to share with you so I am going to work extra hard to make sure you get it all. Some of the things I need to do are reviews of the products I used in 2014. I am going to be doing a lot of those for some time and then stop completely until next year same time. I prefer doing reviews on a product I have actually used and seen the results and not from the first impressions only. So to start with, as the topic of this post states, I am reviewing Afro Botanics Conditioners. 


Most of the information is in the video below but I just need to say a few words for those that need fast information and cannot watch the video right now. I do encourage you to watch the video later on of course.

I loved using the conditioners, which are the only products I used from their range.  Check this out on Afro Botanics site  and see the whole range including  the ingredients. The products I used both have good slip and very good ingredients as well including Coconut oil, Shea butter and castor oil. They are very moisturising and smell great. They are quite thick though in consistency so I added water to both products so they could spread more easily on my hair. I will definitely be getting these again although I did not buy them this time. They were part of the goodie bag at the Jozi Natural Hair Meet up we had last year in Soweto. I am yet to try the other products and will be telling you all about them in later posts. Don’t you just love goodie bags of this nature? Getting to try out different products without the risk of spending on them before you know if your hair likes them is just great. Make sure you don’t miss out on the next one.

Many blessings to you and yours and best wishes for 2015




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victoire okouma 24 February 2016 - 16:12

Hi Ruth,
I live in Gabon (central africa). I would like to have your contact so that if I come in South Africa, I could get in touch with you if you don’t mind.
My objective is to be able to invite you in Gabon for a meet up for the mothers day.

Ruth Mafupa 25 February 2016 - 08:25

Not a problem. You can email me directly. My email address is on the contact us page

CECE 24 October 2018 - 09:44

I have natural hair and was introduced to the product by my cousin
to the product i must say I”m not happy with the leave in conditioner I”m so glad its finish now . It leaves my hair white like i have dandruff . paid almost R100 for the conditioner at clicks

Evenes Ruth Mafupa 27 November 2018 - 15:52

Sorry to hear that. However, Afro Botanics is not my product. It belongs to another company. I was just reviewing it and it did work well on my hair.

Judith 3 November 2019 - 12:35

Hi i have relaxed hair i want to turn it into afro can afro botanics products helps me?

Evenes Ruth Mafupa 7 November 2019 - 11:41

No. You can turn relaxed hair into natural hair by using any product. You can only grow it out. You can only take care of your relaxed hair well so that it does not break off after you finish relaxing. There, find products that are moisturising enough and help you take care of both textures until you are ready to cut.

CECE 24 October 2018 - 09:47

I was introduced by your product by my cousin. I”m not happy about he leave in conditioner’it makes my hair all white like i have dandruff .
the product smell goods and the texture is also but no no for me

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