I finally got to try Chebe powder and yes, you can buy it in the United States
I decided to compare Chebe Powder and Henna Dye since they are very similar. Both products are supposed to help grow and strengthen natural hair, but I liked my Chebe experience more. An update will follow. I also used my LuxeOrganix Cowash and Deep Conditioner to help keep my hair feeling hydrated. I’m not trying to grow my hair fast, but I will keep track of my progress.
WHAT YOU NEED / PRODUCTS USED
- CHEBE POWDER
- HENNA DYE
- COWASH: LuxeOrganix Mint Cleansing Conditioner CoWash
- DEEP CONDITIONER: LuxeOrganix Deep Conditioner Hair Mask
- 5. HAIR CLIPS
- 6. OIL: VATIKA OIL
- 7. CHEBE PASTE: https://www.chebeusa.com/product/cheb…
ABOUT CHEBE PRODUCTS: Traditional Chadian Chebe Powder – Made in Chad
Chebe is the hair care secret of an African ethnic group in Chad called The Basara Arabs known to have very long naturally coarse hair that famously goes passed their rear ends. They cover their hair in a home made mixture that keeps their hair super moisturized and lubricated which is the reason given for why they say their hair never breaks; even from childhood.
These are the directions that Miss Sahel recommends but you can tweak it – Take 100 g of your favorite cream, mix with 100 grams of oil of your choice and add teaspoon of Chebe Powder. The first step is to get the hair wet using regular water and alternate between the hair grease mix that you just made and the Chebe Powder until the hair is fully saturated. Then re-braid the hair and once that braid is done wet it again with water. Repeat that routine every 3 to 5 days. Do not put on the scalp.
Ingredients: – Lavender Croton, Prunus Mahaleb, Resin, Cloves, Gum Arabic, Vegetable oil, Perfume