Courtney\’s Hair Journey

August 22, 2007


Filed under: Product Reviews — by Courtney Smith @ 8:28 pm

Name – Elasta QP Deep Penetrating Remoisturizer-11


  • Contains 11 conditioning botanicals including Peach Blossom Oil and Vitamin E
  • Penetrates inner hair fibers to surge nutrients to moisture depleted hair
  • Perfect hair repair treatment when combined with Elasta QP Protein Supplement

Ingredients – Chamomille, Nettle, Balm Mint Leaf Oil, Coltsfoot Extract, Horse Chestnut Extract, Sage Leaf Extract, Rosemary Extract, Petroleum, Cetyel Alcohol, Cetromonium Chloride, Dimethicone, Tocopheryl Acetate, Laurus Nobblis Oil, Orange Oil, Neroli Oil, Black Currant Seed Oil.

Instructions – Apply to hair. Comb through. Place client with plastic cap under warm dryer for 15 minutes. Rinse thoroughly and proceed with styling. For extremely damaged, over-processed, or breaking hair, follow procedure above, and process for 25 minutes. Rinse thoroughly.

How I used it – I mixed it with some coconut milk, coconut oil, olive oil, and honey then let it sit on my hair under a shower cap for about an hour. Rinsed it out and my hair was verrry soft! The only down was the coconut milk smell but that had nothing to do with the Elasta QP. It didn’t add much slip, but added a softness like no other! When i airdryed my hair, my new growth was totally soft! I will totally buy again!
Also, you should not use a lot of the DPR11 unless you want weighed down hair and it gets kind of hard to rinse out if you use too much. Use sparingly!

Overall rating – (1-10) 9



  1. I just tried the Elasta QP Relaxer for the first time today. I have to say that I like it a lot. When I sectioned my hair and applied the relaxer, it felt different. Other relaxers tend to feel thick and pasty making it difficult to smooth the hair. The Elasta QP felt like a cream conditioner, that was made of silk. I also love the leave in conditioner and the sample oil sheen that came with the product. I will definitly buy this product again, along with the other products that come with the line.

    Comment by Audrey D. Foster — May 24, 2008 @ 9:17 pm |Reply

  2. I just bought 4 tubs of this conditioner and currently have it on my hiar. While visiting a few hair sites I was alamed to see that several people suffered from dry brittle hair after using this product. I’m assuming it was from the ingredient (petroleum). I’m a bit nervous but will see in an hour or two.


    Comment by Michelle — January 12, 2009 @ 7:58 pm |Reply

  3. Sounds great. I will see if I can make my own version at home.

    Comment by Homemade Shampoo — October 15, 2009 @ 2:46 pm |Reply

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