Raspberry Plantain Styling Pomade

Due to shortage, Limit 1 Per Order
After restock is sold-out, we will have a brand new look. Products and packaging will be upgraded.

Product Description

A natural alternative to petroleum jelly, this sealant is botanically based along with oils and butters that lock in moisture to the hair. Raspberry extract contains strong antioxidants such as Vitamin C. This pomade will smooth, soften and give quality sheen to hair. Controls frizz or flyways. It provides definition for braid outs or twist outs.

Your Routine: Rub pomade between fingers or palms to warm. Smooth onto hair. Apply to each section to create twists, braids or coils. Also use to control frizz or flyaways. Remember, a little goes a long way.

Ingredients: Butyrospermum Barkii (Shea Butter), Organic Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil, Ricinus Communis (Castor) Seed Oil, Lanolin, Cera Alba (Beeswax), Infusion of Rubus Idaeus (Raspberry) Fruit, Plantago Ovata (Plantain) Seed Extract, Phthalate Free Fragrance.

*Our products are handcrafted in small batches. Due to the nature of natural and organic ingredients, product may change in color, consistency and fragrance. This will not change the quality of our product.


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Adaya B.
United States
Awesome Sauce!

Although this pomade is VERY thick, it is perfect for my twist outs and rod sets. A little goes a long way. It leaves my 4c hair shiny and soft and the smell is simply DELICIOUS (lol). For sprucing up my wash and go’s (which are usually in a high puff), I use a little of this product in conjunction with the Kriya Hydra Moist leave in conditioner. Done and done.

Covid Update

There is still a shortage of containers affecting the cosmetics, health and beauty industry due to Covid. Since the manufacturers are out of stock, we’re out of stock. They’re looking to have more supply between August and December. However, we’re trying to find a way around this. We’ll keep you posted.