With regards to the DB Coconut & Cupuacu Butter, I must say, a little may go a long way. I can be 'heavy handed' when using products and may use more than necessary some times. This product does add shine to your hair; however, don't over use this product as it you will be left with 'grease' on your fingers. I am not sure if I used too much of it or if it's just naturally like that. Nonetheless, it doesn't take away from the product. I actually liked it; however, I don't think it did much for laying down edges (at least when I tried it on dry hair). I used it on my daughter, to do flat, two strand twists, and on my hair for a combo of two strand twists and flat, two strand twists. Our hair was twisted wet.
After leaving the twist in for three days, I took mine down using a bit of the DB butter on my hands. I didn't need much for the reasons noted above. I left my daughter's twists in for seven days and then took them down with the Zenzele oil. During the week, I used the oil on our scalps and a few times on my twist out.
I think both products work well together, as well as independently, as I didn't always use them together. Below are some pictures of our hair.
The twist and the hair on the right has both products applied. The hair on the top right has absolutely no product on it. The bottom pictures are of her styled hair.
Where to buy: Ma Mocha Naturals
PS - Ma Mocha Naturals is having a grand opening as of 3/1/12 and I will also be hosting a giveaway for one of their items so please stay tuned for that giveaway!