I purchased this in my search of a night-time moisturizer that I could use when my hair is natural and when I straighten it. I have 3b/c hair which I wear straight the majority of the time. I had been using Clairol's Vitapointe for years; my mom used it on my hair when I was little, as it's light, not greasy, and doesn't weigh my hair down. I feel that this is pretty comparable to Vitapointe on most levels, including price. PROS: This is light, not greasy, and sufficiently moisturizing for my mid-back hair with a pea-sized amount.It also contains castor and jojoba oils: two of my favorite hair moisturizers. CONS: I think this is perfect for when my hair is natural, but when it's straight, and more susceptible to being weighed down by moisture, this is a bit too heavy . It also has a fragrance that lingers. The rest of the ingredients are as follows: water, mineral oil, beeswax, castor oil, Petrolatum, Lanolin, Dimethicone, Sodium Borate, Cetyl Alcohol, panthenol, sorbitan sesquioleate, polysorbate 80, jojoba oil, aloe oil,tocopherol acetate (vitamin E), Retinol (vitamin A), Cholrcalciferol (Vitamin D3), Perfume, Methylparaben, Oroplyparaben, imidazolidinyl Ureah, BHT. Soooo I think this company is almost guilty of angel dusting by putting "with jojoba oil" in the product title, and banking on the popularity of jojoba oil, even while it's so far down on the ingredient list (granted, more jojoba oil in the product may ruin the consistency, and I wouldn't expect more, but I do expect honest advertising, and the fact that jojoba oil is listed in the product name, when it could be listed on the rear in the product description and be just as appealing is a bit misleading). OVERALL: with THOSE ingredients listed, as they're less-than-appealing to my organic-product-crazed cosmetic (and lifestyle:) taste (not to mention many of them are horrible for the health of hair), I think I'll continue my search for the perfect moisturizer, even if I have to add my own jojoba oil to it. I won't repurchase.