Natural hair moisturizing treatments

WHAT’S IN IT: The first sev­er­al ingre­di­ents con­sist of water, fat­ty alco­hols (stearyl and cetyl), and a few sil­i­cone-based ingre­di­ents that smooth down the hair shaft.  It also con­tains sea kelp, aloe vera juice , and jojoba oil .

 · Eingebettetes Video  · A few quick tips on how to keep dry natural hair moisturized throughout the year: winter, spring, summer, and fall. How to maintain …

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Coconut Oil
Coconut oil  may be one of the best oils out there for hair care, beauty, and skin care. It has a endless list of benefits and uses. Coconut oil is a naturalist’s best friend! In its unrefined state (extra virgin is best) it is the least processed, and is actually both a moisturizer and a sealant (WHAT!)  Well coconut oil is capable of penetrating the shaft due to its molecular structure, but in limited amounts.  Because of these limits most of the oil stays on the outside of the hair (acting as a sealant) The most optimal time to use coconut oil as a moisturizer is in the presence of water or a water based leave in conditioner.

The one thing you need to know about natural hair is that the kinkier (tightly coiled) it is, the drier it will be in many cases .

You can adapt black soap to be whatever you want it to be. Anything. A cleanser. A moisturizing cleanser. A brightening cleanser. A hair clarifier. An aromatherapeutic cleanser. A mix of one or more of these. The limits are only determined by your imagination.

If you have simplified your personal products , you’re probably wondering why a bar of soap won’t cut it. It will . But some of us just like a little something we can squirt on a washrag or a bath pouf to scrub-a-dub-dub with. Oh yeah, and it takes only a few minutes to make this liquid body wash – that’s far less time than it takes me to make a batch of  homemade bar soap .

A starter shopping list with only 16 ingredients (most of which you will find in your cabinet) to help you get started on your journey!

Start with 1/4 cup of distilled water then add the following ingredients to your spray bottle, shake and enjoy! This will last in the refrigerator for up to 5 days.

If you aren’t familiar with the term “spritzing” it means spraying your hair with a measured sprayer all over to the point of dampness, but not dripping wet. In spite of what some commercial products may say to the contrary, the only way to add moisture to your hair is to use something wet! Water and other water-based additives are the answer to preventing problems with your dry natural hair.

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Tamara is the Founding Editor of Natural Hair Rules!!! Natural Hair Rules (NHR) was originally created as her personal hair journal. Since its creation in 2008, it has grown to one of the top natural hair/beauty blogs online today.

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