Natural Hair Products, Tips and Secrets

Sis, how do you keep your hair hydrated when you are natural?

I get this question all of the time….”Which products should I use?”, “What can you do to my hair to make it feel soft and silky?”

Does moisturizing produce healthy hair? Moisture is required to keep healthy hair. All varieties of hair, no matter how fine or coarse, require moisture to survive, just as you should be taking care of your skin every day. When it comes to keeping your hair healthy, it is crucial to avoid hair dryness at all times. The dryness is the root of many hair difficulties, including split, ends, knots, frizzing, and brittle ends

How often should a person moisturize their hair? The seasons affect hair moisture demands. For instance, in the winter, chilly, dry air is produced. Air heaters are running in the building, removing moisture from the air as well as your hair. Coarser or drier hair may require daily moisturizing throughout the year.

What tips do you have for people with dry brittle hair? Everyone’s hair needs moisture. Each person, however, is using a different moisturizing regimen. The first step is to refrain from applying hair conditioner to the roots. You should treat all of your hair (excluding wavy or curly hair) to avoid breakage and dryness. Wrap hair around the hair tie and down to the end of the ponytail, and apply conditioner from there. If you encounter spells of dry hair, consider using a leave-in conditioner.

How does moisturizer affect coarse hair? It is best to focus on medium-dry hair and coarse hair. If your hair is within the category of fitting into any of these two categories, wash hair with a moisturizing shampoo and conditioner, and use a leave-in conditioner as well.

Which treatment would you recommend to fix dry, damaged hair? Shhhhh…The secret to healthy, strong hair lives within the scalp. Steam Therapy uses ultrasonic vibrations to emit an enormous quantity of microscopic water particles that permeates treatments deep into hair follicles. Here, treatments don’t sit on the hair, it penetrates in the hair!

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