In my DevaCurl post, I mentioned that after using their products my hair fell out significantly. I literally thought I was balding every time that I washed and detangled my hair. Of course I immediately stopped using the shampoo and conditioner; however, I was on the hunt for a product that would save my curly locks. I went straight to the wizards of all things natural and magical: my mother, aunts and cousins. I don’t know about you, but when you have a Dominican or better yet Caribbean family member, you have hit the jackpot because you can easily find the answers to all your problems.
I kept hearing a variety of solutions, but the common theme between all of their ideas was cinnamon. Yes, that little stick that adds an amazing flavor to your coffees, teas and your arroz con leche. This was going to be my savior. The only obstacle in my way was my laziness. How was I going to find the time to come up with a concoction that would stop me from having weekly burials for the handful of hair I kept losing? Just know that I struggled for weeks because I just never got around to it.
So when did I lock eyes with my knight in shining armor (also known as Capilo, the product pictured above)? I went to visit my brother in Queens, NY and my cousin and I decided to take a stroll in Jackson Heights. We saw a beauty supply and of course had to go in because we’re bougie like that. We originally fell in love with some Morphe makeup brushes, but got a bit curious when we saw the many hair product aisles. For those of you also into beauty, I will leave the Morphe brushes story for another day. So I start reading ingredients and each bottle’s mini mission statement of what their product would achieve, and there it was, I stumbled on a picture of canela, yes, cinnamon. This product called my name and to top it all off it was for hair loss control. Yes, you guessed it – I bought it and was super excited to try it out.
Capilo Suela y Canela was not a miracle worker overnight. Nothing is and it’s just the life we live in, but after about 3 washes my hair stopped falling out. If I was a bigger drama queen than what I already am, I probably would have cried profusely with tears of joy. Instead, I continued washing my hair with Capilo a few more times to let my hair know I was serious about it staying put! I live in Boston; therefore, I probably won’t head to Jackson Heights to find this product again, but luckily the combo is available on Amazon Capilo Suela y Canela for purchase.
To put the cherry on top – Capilo is manufactured in the Dominican Republic.