KeraCare Creme Press

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KeraCare Creme Press
$17.49
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Hair Care / Styling & Finishing / Straightening Gels & Creams
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KeraCare Cream Press repels moisture to sustain longer lasting presses. Gives a silky straight press. Conditions hair while enhancing a natural-looking sheen. Shields hair from thermal heat damage. KeraCare Creme Press oftens hair with a blend of natural light oils.

Directions: Rub a small amount between palm of hands. Distribute evenly on damp or dry hair from root to ends. Straighten with desired straightening tools. Apply more creme press in moderation as needed. Proceed to curl using KeraCare Curling Wax for firm curls.

Review Summary
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15 Reviews
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53% Recommend this product (8 of 15 responses)
By Rahlene Elder
Columbus, Ohio
October 31, 2013
Love IT!
after deciding to stop using chemicals on my hair, this was the perfect product to press my hair. It is not greasy and protects from the heat. I will purchase this product again.
By Janelle
Denver, Colorado
May 9, 2013
Good Product
This product will help to get your hair straight and smells good, but its thick and not the easiest to apply. It gets the job done.
ProsGets hair straight nice smell moisturizes hair
ConsThick Leaves hair Heavy
By Jessica
Kenner, LA
June 28, 2012
Wasn't What I Expected...
When I opened the jar, the consistency was very off! The "creme" was very solid and I had to scoop it out with the end of my rat tail comb to even take it out the jar. Even though when I rubbed it in my hands it melted and got the job done, I was still very disappointed. I did not get what I paid for with this product!
ProsA good heat protectant for pressing comb/flat iron
ConsThe consistency of the product
By Marie
Fort Washington, Md
May 2, 2012
good but don't belive the hype
I'm a fan of the keracare line and I was really excited to try this product along with their conditioning hair dressing cream. Looking at the product ingredients it's all a bunch of oils in a jar. Of course it's going to repel water because that's what oil and water naturally does. One of the products key msgs is that it's moisturerizing but who could it be when the oils just coats your strands and creates a barrier so there's no moisture going IN or OUT. I like keracare but this I'm not so sure....I can buy olive oil in the grocery store and literally "fry" my hair for a lot less $$$
ProsSmells good.
ConsIt's just oils packaged in a cute jar. The key brand msgs are misrepresenting the product.
By Tracee McHenry
Fort Walton Beach, FL
July 9, 2011
Product represented...
I'm a big of KeraCare products, but when I received my product I was so shocked to see the quality of it. When I open the jar it was 3/4 full and the creme was liquidy instead of creamy. I wasn't able to use it :( and I had to purchase this jar from a different vendor. I won't be buying anymore products from this company.... Unhappy customer!
By Lois
texas
May 21, 2011
My New Staple
A little goes a long way, too much can weigh your hair down. Perfect for me as I am a 19 month transitioner from relaxed to natural. It melts into the hair leaves hair shiny and soft. I LOVE IT!!!
By Vanessa
SC
April 15, 2011
Works
Works just like I expected. Would buy again
By Coni
St Louis
January 6, 2011
creme press
excellent product that gives a great press
By dee
Fontana,Ca
July 31, 2010
keracare creme press
Consvery gritty
By May
Texas
July 29, 2010
Great Product!
Great Product! Having went back to wearing my hair all natural and living in a very humid area (East Texas) I love this product it does a great job of holding the style without the frizz!
3 Questions & 3 Answers
A.H
from Maryland asked:
March 1, 2016
What are the ingredients in this product? Thank you.

Angela
from Florida asked:
July 7, 2012
In what order is this product used with other Keracare products. I also use the leave in conditioner, styling foam and silken seal. Would I use this instead of the leave-in conditioner.
You would use the creme press before you press (hot comb) or flat iron your hair. It acts as a heat protectant and also protects your hair from humidity. This product is not a conditioner. Also, I found the consistency was way off. I had to scoop the product out with the end of my rat tail comb because it dried out a little (I received it like this), but it melted when I rubbed it in my hands. Only use this product sparingly because too much of it will weigh your hair down and make it very greasy. A little goes a long way.
Jessica
on July 7, 2012
from Kenner, LA
This is a styling product. It generally is used after the hair is dry, to flat iron or curl with. However, you can choose to add some to wet hair to blow dry and then add more if needed to flat iron the hair. I personally do not recommend using this to blow dry if your hair is very fragile due to the consistency of the cream press. If your hair is chemically treated and fragile, your best bet is to blow dry with the kera care leave in and style with the cream press. :)
Janelle
on July 8, 2012
from Superior, Colorado.
You can use it in replace of the leave conditioner. I use it sparingly when I am curling my hair. It really helps to define the curls. Too much will make your hair greasy. I put some on before I curl and while I'm curling if needed. Hope this helps!!
Natalie
on July 11, 2012
from Florence, Wisconsin

Angela
from Florida asked:
July 7, 2012
In what order is this product used with other Keracare products. I also use the leave in conditioner, styling foam and silken seal. Would I use this instead of the leave-in conditioner.
You would use the creme press before you press (hot comb) or flat iron your hair. It acts as a heat protectant and also protects your hair from humidity. This product is not a conditioner. Also, I found the consistency was way off. I had to scoop the product out with the end of my rat tail comb because it dried out a little (I received it like this), but it melted when I rubbed it in my hands. Only use this product sparingly because too much of it will weigh your hair down and make it very greasy. A little goes a long way.
Jessica
on July 7, 2012
from Kenner, LA
This is a styling product. It generally is used after the hair is dry, to flat iron or curl with. However, you can choose to add some to wet hair to blow dry and then add more if needed to flat iron the hair. I personally do not recommend using this to blow dry if your hair is very fragile due to the consistency of the cream press. If your hair is chemically treated and fragile, your best bet is to blow dry with the kera care leave in and style with the cream press. :)
Janelle
on July 8, 2012
from Superior, Colorado.
You can use it in replace of the leave conditioner. I use it sparingly when I am curling my hair. It really helps to define the curls. Too much will make your hair greasy. I put some on before I curl and while I'm curling if needed. Hope this helps!!
Natalie
on July 11, 2012
from Florence, Wisconsin

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