Good Thing

Are you seeking moisture?  Good Thing is just that, a good thing! It’s a creme that is perfect for those who like products to have multiple functions. Good Thing can be used as a daily moisturizer, a curl defining creme with a light hold, and also to help decrease frizz and breakage. It’s perfect for all curly textures. Good Thing is a must addition if you need to add hydrations and moisture to your regiment or repair hair.

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Description

Are you seeking moisture?  Good Thing is just that, a good thing! It’s a creme that is perfect for those who like products to have multiple functions. Good Thing can be used as a daily moisturizer, a curl defining creme with a light hold, and also to help decrease frizz and breakage. It’s perfect for all curly textures. Good Thing is a must addition if you need to add hydrations and moisture to your regiment or repair hair.

What It Is

A creamy leave-in conditioner that functions as a stand-alone hydrator and moisturizer.

Who It’s For

Normal to dry, medium to thick hair.

What’s In It

Babassu oil , Aloe vera gel, and Flaxseed gel are excellent sources for Omega Fatty Acids and Vitamin E. These agents deeply penetrate the hair, making it softer, stronger and more hydrated. 

What It Smells Like

Flowery invigorating aroma 

How To Use It

Wet Hair: Good Thing helps dissolve tangles and makes hair easy to comb. Dry hair:Good Thing adds hydration and moisture to each of your curls.

Good Thing Tip

Use this product on Frizz to tame and increase longevity of styling.

Good Thing is not overly greasy but all of TLP products are highly concentrated so a little goes a long way. You can definitely try our mini before purchasing the full or family sized bottles. 

Additional information

Size

2oz, 8oz, 16oz

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