Enter to Win the AfroBotanics Giveaway on Good Hair Diaries!!!

By Good Hair & Beauty Diaries - Tuesday, August 19, 2014

It's giveaway time!!!!

Did you get a chance to read my review on the AfroBotanics line of products? If not, click HERE to read it. Then you can come back and enter to win these fabulous products.


This giveaway is only open to South African residents. Please do not enter if you are overseas.

Enter to win these 5 amazing products valued at a total of R330!!!



FOLLOW THESE RULES AND YOU COULD WIN THIS LOVELY HAMPER!

THIS COMPETITION CLOSES ON 8 SEPTEMBER 2014
A winner will be announced on 15 September 2014

1. Click the "Join This Site" button on the right hand side of the screen to become a loyal member.

2. Leave a comment below with the following information:
  • Your First & Surname
  • Your Email Address
  • Why you would like to try the AfroBotanics range
3. Send out the following tweet on Twitter

" I just entered to win an @AfroBotanics hamper on @GoodHairDiaries. Click here to enter to win! http://www.goodhairdiaries.com/2014/08/enter-to-win-afrobotanics-giveaway-on.html "

4. Like the Good Hair Diaries Facebook page by clicking HERE

Best of luck to all of the participants!

Have a Good Hair Day and remember to Love Your Hair!!!


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13 comments

  1. This will help me on my journey of grow & carrying for my afro hair which are very hard and dry in texture(type 4C)

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  2. I would like to try the Afrobotanics range since it can only be good for my hair since it's creator understands our type of hair.

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  3. Tshegofatso Senne: tshego311@gmail.com
    I'd like to win this hair care range because it's SA made! We don't have enough products on our market that are made here for black hair. I've taken to making my own products because of the lack of quality products readily available. Not to mention sulphate-free shampoo! Yes, please.

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  4. I would like to try Afrobotanics because I have never had a hair regime due to the fact that I haven't found a product that is suitable for my hair. I therefore believe that this product is going to work just fine.

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  5. I would like to try the Afrobotanics range because I have never had a hair regime due to the fact that I haven't found a product that is suitable for my hair. I therefore believe that this product is going to be the best!

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  6. Nomsa Mhlontlo
    Nmhlontlo26@gmail.com I would firstly like to try Afro Botanics range because it's a proudly South African product and secondly because my afro could do with some serious TLC.

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  7. Nomsa Mhlontlo
    Nmhlontlo26@gmail.com
    I would firstly like to try the Afro Botanics range because it's a proudly South African product and secondly because my afro could do with some serious TLC.

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  8. Trevi Le Pere
    trevijean@gmail.com
    I'd love to try the Afrobotanics range because I'm SO for supporting locan products for natural hair!

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  9. I would like to try Afrobotanics range since its a proudly South African product that is made for South African hair. I believe this product will give my Afro the moisture and nourishment it requires to keep it healthy,richer and fuller. Name: Nyakallo Ramabolu email: nyakallor@gmail.com

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  10. Nomsa Mhlontlo
    Nmhlontlo26@gmail.com
    I would firstly like to try the Afro Botanics range because it's a proudly South African product and secondly because my afro could do with some serious TLC.

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  11. Nomsa Mhlontlo
    Nmhlontlo26@gmail.com
    I would firstly like to try the Afro Botanics range because it's a proudly South African product and secondly because my afro could do with some serious TLC.

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  12. Ziph'ezinhle Moyo (zyfoluv@gmail.com)
    I am really excited to try the Afro Botanics range because as a natural-haired student, it has been difficult to find quality South African products, which also accommodate a student budget. Here's to healthy, beautiful hair the African way :)

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  13. Gugu Khoza

    missgeecoza@gmail.com
    I would like to try the range as it is sulphate free and that is like hitting the natural hair care jackpot and it is proudly South African too! The hair growth creme especially sounds amazing and I like how it can serve a dual purpose- you want products that can go the extra length; and the bonus being I won't have to whip up my own shea butter has got me sold. I struggle to get it where I stay as it has to be shipped from CPT.

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