My hair felt somewhat moisturized upon taking out the knots. Of note, when I did apply the products, I started at the roots and made my way down to the ends. I repeated this step for each product used. I used the Hair Growth Serum Blend daily to massage my scalp. I used the same product to 'take down' the bantu knots. As the Hair Growth Serum Blend wasn't used for an extended amount of time, I cannot say whether hair growth truly resulted from continued use. I didn't like the style too much, unfortunately; so I won't show all of the pictures. I didn't like the frizz (my fault for not fully detangling the ends); however, once I tweaked the bantu knot out, I grew to love it. When I used all of the products together, I could see and feel that my hair was moisturized and manageable. I also had less frizz. I was able to make the bantu knot into a pinned up bun as well as an afro. To smooth the edges of the bun, I applied the Moisturizing Hair Milk and a bit of the oil to my hair and wrapped a scarf around it overnight. I was pleased with the overall results... you can see my results below.
Overall the products were moisturizing; however, if I had to choose between the Hydrating Daily Leave In Conditioner and the Moisturizing Hair Milk, I would choose the latter. They have a lot the same ingredients. For the remaining oil that I have, I am going to use it for a prepoo and scalp massage.