The Journey to Great Hair?

Qhemet BiologicsOkay, so my co-worker got me interested in Qhemet Biologics.  I tried resisting, but found myself doing some research on the web.  The more I read, the more I wanted to try a few of the products.  I had previously tried Miss Jessie’s Curly Meringue and the Stretch Silkening Creme. Thank goodness I only bought the travel sizes because I was beyond disappointed with the results for both products. Ironically, I tried Miss Jessie’s because of a co-worker (again). She loves their stuff and it works for her. Let’s just say, the lucky girl will be getting my full jars. Anyway, back to Qhemetic Biologics. This time I was more careful with my research and I decided to spring for the stuff. Problem No.1- This stuff is regulated like a controlled substance. No eBay, no long list of on-line shops selling QB. I was going to order from their website, however, the products I wanted most were sold out. Incredibly, there is one (yes, only ONE) brick and mortar store that carries Qhemet Biologics. Today, I left my home in Queens and made the journey to Brooklyn (Back to the Land Natural Foods) in order to get my hands on some. I dunno, maybe I wanted it more because it was so hard to get??? In the store, one of the employees commented on how fast QB sells out. They didn’t have everything I wanted, but they had what was at the top of my list: Egyptian Wheatgrass Cleansing Tea (SLS free!), Cocoa Tree Detangling Ghee and Olive & Honey Hydrating Balm. So, I’m going to try these out tomorrow (with my curl-ease towel, of course), and I’ll be sure to let ya know how it goes!