Let me preface this by saying that I am not a hater of Carol's Daughter. A lot of veteran naturals are. They feel as if her products have changed over the years and have introduced more synthetic ingredients. Folx say her products were more natural when she had a store out in Brooklyn. They fail to realize that with mass production and being placed in stores around the globe, preservatives HAVE to be added to prolong shelf life. I understand that and while I don't use Carol's Daughter products reguarly, I will always love and support Lisa Price. She is a pioneer for natural hair and natural beauty and is an inspiration to us entrepreneurs everywhere. Plus I've met her in person and love her aurora.
Buuuuut, I wouldn't say I would use all of the products in the video on my locs. And here's why.
Rosemary Mint Shampoo: Actually, I've sampled this and LOVE the way it made my hair feel. It smells divine and cleanses thoroughly. I find it to be a great deep cleansing shampoo for loc rockers.
Tui Hair Smoothie: I've used this before on a short fro and I liked it. It's okay on locs. But then again, I've never been that much of a fan of cream based products on my locs. I wish they worked but I find that they get stuck in the locs and it takes a friggin' water pressure thingie to get it out. No ma'am. Instead of the Tui Hair Smoothie, I would go with the Tui Leave In Conditioner. It's cream-free, smells good and gives the locs that boost of moisture that some of us feel that we need after a wash.
Loc Butter: I've reviewed that here and I do NOT like it for locs. It's greasy and offers absolutely no hold. And it has beeswax in it which means it'll attract lint. I wouldn't even use this if I had 2-strand twists. While it smells good, it really feels more like a hair grease and doesn't offer a lick of hold.
So while I'm team Carol's Daughter, I wouldn't co-sign on this regimen for loc'd hair. But that's just me. I'm sure there are several loc rockers who use conditioners and beeswax based products with gorgeous locs.