Natural Hair | Alikay Naturals Product Review

Alikay Naturals Product Review

Hi luvs,

Today I would like to share with you my experiences and thoughts using the Alikay Naturals Products. I will be reviewing two of their products. The Alikay Naturals Lemongrass Leave In Conditioner and the Alikay Naturals Shea Yogurt Hair Moisturizer.


Alikay Naturals lemongrass leave in conditioner


1st Product: Alikay Naturals Lemongrass Leave In Conditioner

Ingredients: Key Ingredients: Water, Glycerin, Almond Oil, Wheat Germ Protein, Silk Amino Acids, Lemongrass Extract, Behentrimonium Methosulfate(Rapaseed oil) , Herbal and Botanical Blend No Petroleum, No Mineral Oil , No Alcohol, No Paraben, No Sulfate, No Silicones

Claims: Locks moisture in your hair without weighing it down or causing product build up. Infused with essential oils to smooth your hair shaft and keeps it moisturized. The lemon zest scent is yummy and refreshing. Hair will feel soft and ready to be styled pretty! This Product is 100% Natural and 90% Organic

Directions: After washing hair, apply to wet hair by spraying it on. Be sure each strand is saturated, to ensure full protection. Style as usual.

Price Point: Retails at $13 for the 8 oz and $22 for the 16oz

My Thoughts: I first received a sample of this product in one of my curlkit boxes and fell in love! You can see how I used this product prior to my big chop here. The first thing that caught my attention is the smell. This product smells so good, it smells like lemons, tropical fruit and summer days lol. I’m a big sucker for products that smell good, so when a product smells good it leaves a very good first impression on me.

What I like about this product is that the first ingredient is water, which is very important to moisturizing the hair strands. Followed by a variety of oils which help seal in the moisture. I’ve been using this for the last couple of months and I must say that my hair stays soft and fully moisturized. It is very light weight which is great for hair that is low porosity like mine. My hair usually doesn’t respond very well to products that are heavy, so I was pleasantly surprised as to how light this was on my hair. I would totally recommend this if you love lightweight hair conditioners. An added plus is that this product does not contain Petroleum, Mineral Oils, Alcohol, Parabens, Sulfates and Silicones. If your hair doesn’t like any of these ingredients then this is a great product for you!

Alikay Naturals Shea Yogurt Hair Moisturizer


2nd Product: Alikay Naturals Shea Yogurt Hair Moisturizer

Ingredients: Raw Shea Butter, Sweet Almond Oil, Wheat Germ Oil, Rice Bran Oil, Essential Oils, Rosemary , Herbal and Botanical Blend No Petroleum, No Mineral Oil , No Alcohol, No Paraben, No Sulfate, No Silicones.

Claims:  DRY HAIR?? Want Great Braidouts and Twist outs? Shea-Yogurt is here! This great moisturizing blend will leave your hair shiny, soft and defined. Moisture is a MAJOR factor in healthy beautiful hair, especially in ethnic hair. Use as a moisture therapy and for daily styling. You should moisturize your hair daily. A little yogurt goes a long way. Raw shea butter hydrates your hair from root to tip, to replenish moisture. Also keeps scalp healthy without clogging pores. Get Moisturized! This Product is 100% Natural and 100% Organic 

Directions: Can be used on wet or dry hair. On wet hair wash, detangle, apply leave in conditioner, part hair in sections, apply SMALL AMOUNT to each section as you go, rake it into hair may feel oily but will absorb in hair as hair dries, apply extra to ends to help seal moisture, then braid, twist, cornrow hair or style as usual. Use paper towel to gently pat off excess, the rest will absorb. This is a heavy moisturizer so isn’t best for lightweight hair. On Dry Hair put SMALL amount in hand and rub palms together, then apply product to hair starting at roots, then style as usual. Use small amounts to avoid getting oily, a little is all you need. If you have any excess product remove by dabbing with paper towel. 

Price Point: Retails at $16 for the 8 oz and $27 for the 16 oz

My Thoughts: Ok so I was a bit skeptical when I received this product, because my hair doesn’t respond very well to shea butter. It tends to weigh it down and leave it oily, for this reason I do not use shea butter on my hair although I love it on my skin. That being said, the first ingredient in this product is Shea Butter. However, this product smells so yummy and I just felt like it would be an absolute waste not to give it a chance.

In the beginning just as I thought my hair did not respond very well, but I kept trying to use it, in many different ways. I decided to scoop a little and microwave it for 10 to 15 seconds until it turned into a liquid and then used it as a sealant on my hair. My hair responded much better when I used it this way.

What I love about this product is a little goes along way, you really do not need a lot of it and it’s great for the value. I would recommend this product if you’re a fan of shea butter. If you love Shea butter mixes then this product is definitely for you!

I was not able to use this as part of a twist out or bantu knot out because my hair was still too short to do these kind of styles. But now my hair is at a length where I may start experimenting with styles more often and I look forward to giving this product another try and report back my thoughts in the future!

* Products were provided courtesy of Alikay Naturals for review, however all opinions stated are my own.

Have you used any of the Alikay Naturals Products? Let me know your thoughts below.

Thanx so much for stopping by ♥ & have a great weekend :)

Much Love & Blessings,



18 Responses to Natural Hair | Alikay Naturals Product Review

  1. merrie says:

    Hi Ms Dee,
    Would you recommend these if you were going to blow dry and flat iron your hair? I also am not a fan of shea butter…it smells funny to me and is very heavy. Glad you are finding some new cute products though!
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    • Ms.Dee Kay says:

      Hi Merrie, I don’t think these would serve as heat protectants if that’s what you mean. You could try to use them after you style your hair. Although, the lemongrass conditioner may cause your hair to revert since it does have water in it. Yup, co-sign on the shea butter, although this mix does smell Ah-mazing :) If you’re not a fan of the shea butter smell then you’d love this!

  2. I have never used it or heard of it but thanks to you, now i know about it. Great review and very sweet of you to share.
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  3. Excellent review Dee. I still get mine relaxed :( HaHaHa I have to be so careful with products. they can weigh my hair down too. love that they smell really good.
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  4. Aileen says:

    Something new to try on my curls! Thanks for the review :)

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  5. Mica says:

    Lovely review! The lemongrass conditioner sounds like it smells just as nice as I imagine it would! :)
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  7. Syd says:

    Can I use the Lemongrass Leave-in as my step 4 in the MHM?

    • Ms.Dee Kay says:

      Hi Syd, I did this review a while back before I started doing the MHM regimen. Its not on the MHM recommended list because of some of its ingredients. The list is especially targeted for those who are low porosity/kinky/course texture so if you fall in that category I would stick to the list and then experiment with other products on the list once You’ve built your moisture levels.
      You can find the full MHM recommended product list below:

  8. Aphrodite says:

    I came across Alikay for the first time ever today at Target…I was actually on the isle wooing over Carol’s Daughter when I glanced over. I don’t know why I’ve never heard of Alikay or perhaps overlooked it in the past. I agree, the smell is amazingly yummy, I couldn’t put it down. I was also impressed that I can pronounce the ingredients and the first ingredients on the list were essential to naturals. I love it, that explains the smell, no harsh chemicals. I wanted to read some reviews before I invested in it so thank you for your thoughts, it helped.

  9. Z says:

    Hey r these products good for perm rods as well

  10. sarah says:

    Think I’ve found a new hair product!

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