My experience the first two times of use was ok; the first time my hair felt kinda weird but I disregarded it as the combination of products I used. The second time I experience the same thing and it left my hair feeling kind of dry. The third time I decided to rinse my hair only once instead twice and rinsed the tea out instead of leaving it in. My results were a little better, the final time I added some ingredients to it. I watched one of Allie's videos and she talked about how she added some oils to her tea so I decided to do that to see if it would be more moisturizing. I added two ingredients (calendula flower and marshmallow root) and a little bit of avocado oil. Well it worked my hair felt soft and moisturized afterwards.
As far as the whipped amla butter I did not use it as a styler, but I did use it to seal my ends. It did what it was suppose to do keep my ends moisturized. Also with the butter a little goes a long way. My final thoughts the tea worked for me better with additional ingredients and the butter was good as a sealer for me. If you would like additional information on her line I will include a link to her website. I will also list ingredients for both products below. I hope this review was helpful if you have any questions feel free to leave a comment. :)
Growth Stimulating Tea: Lavender: Stimulates hair growth, aids in hair loss, relieves dandruff, and promotes calm and relaxation.