Mixtress Question: How to Tone Down the Scent of a Product?




To all my fellow mixtress' in crime, I pose a question to you: Is there a way to tone down the scent of a hair care product if the fragrance is too strong?

I really, really like the Shea Moisture Curl & Style Conditioning Milk but I had to stop using it because the scent was too strong for me and was nauseating me after a while. I was heart broken that this was why I had to stop using it. If I could find out a way to tone it down or even neutralize the scent, I would gladly start using it again.

If you have any suggestions, please share!

Especially since Walgreens is having a BOGO sale on Shea Moisture products from March 27th till April 2nd!

Comments

Barbara said…
oops, please delete my previous comment. i totally missed your last sentence referencing the BOGO. reading is fundamental;-).
Milan said…
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I saw thebogo sale and was soo happy. I too wonder about this since my sinuses can be a bit sensitive.
LoveZaporiah said…
i suppose you could dilute it or use an essential oil that might mask the smell.
Chardae said…
Pick your favorite essential oil and drop some in there. I think that's a perfect solution. I haven't found one I'm crazy about yet. Ylang Ylang smells pretty good to me!
alldaynatural said…
I agree with Chardae about the essential oils. That works best for me, so I can create my own scents. Try lavender, rosemary or another scent you like, to tone down the product.
Brandiss said…
throw in some lavendar or rosemary. The smell started to bother me after a while too. But I just gave it away to my mom.
missnicolette said…
Thanks to all the blogs letting me know about the BOGO sale on Shea Moisture, I've just recently tried a couple of their products too. I actually like the smell, though...and they did work for my hair...! ;-)

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