In the News| Honey May Not Be Honey Anymore

by West Parsons on November 15, 2011 · 2 comments

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If you follow me Facebook, you’ve been privy to my sporadic beauty tips. One of my latest tips related to the use of agave nectar or honey in your conditioners. Honey is natural humectant which enhances your conditioner for softer and more moisturized hair. Adding a tablespoon or two to your conditioner, like Emril Legasse says, “kicks it up a notch!”

Perusing a hair forum, I came across a thread leading to an article about honey in the U.S. — Honey May Not Be Honey Anymore. Check out the article and read why.

Typically, I add a few tablespoons of honey or agave nectar (whichever I have on hand) to my deep conditioner. I usually purchase mine from, believe it or not, Marshall’s (you know? the discount clothing store) — Not only are the fashions inexpensive, but so are the ingestibles lol.

After reading the article above, I will be considering raw and unfiltered honey as a safer alternative.

Do you use honey in your hair products?


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Lavendar November 16, 2011 at 2:30 am

I read the same article. Most of the time I do use raw honey from a local farm, but I have used store-bought honey in a pinch. If there is anything fraudulent in our midst, Natural News will certainly let you know about it!

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