By Black Hair Hub | Oct 25, 2018
Natural hair can be inherently dry and there’s no escaping it. So, rather than running away, why not befriend some great moisturizing products that can help care, style and maintain your hair in the long run. Follow through the list of essential hair products to aid to dry hair mane-tenance!
A great moisturizing lotion is your first weapon to battle dryness. Water-based moisturizers will keep your hair hydrated and maintain the moisture-protein balance. African Pride Olive Miracle Hair Moisturizer Lotion is your go-to!
There is no alternative to it. A deep conditioning regimen can take longer than usual but will leave you with amazing results. It involves a good massage to stimulate the scalp, get the blood circulation going and nourish your hair. The critical part here is choosing your conditioner. Dr. Miracle’s Regular Deep Hair Conditioner is a solid pick if you are confused with too many options.
Pre-poo time girls! If you think cleansing is making your hair significantly drier, pre-pooing it with oil can add some life to it. Applying Coconut, Argan, Olive or Castor oil before shampooing will prevent the loss of proteins and moisture during your hair wash. Coconut oil is also great for your curls as it absorbs easily and does not weigh them down. Give Dr. Miracles Follicle Healer Energizing System Hydrating Oil a try as it’s packed with the goodness of all these oils.
Your hair needs some pampering from time to time. Treat it to a spa by spraying your own concoction of water and essential oils to revitalize and rejuvenate it. This will keep your curls continuously moisturized during the day. For a better experience, keep that mixture cool.
Only moisturizing is not enough. Trap that moisture in with a sealant to retain it longer. Else, it will evaporate with exposure to sun and air. The denser your hair, the thicker the sealant you’ll need. Remember though, to moisturize before you apply a sealant, else it will weigh down your hair, making it super greasy.
If you’re concerned about ingredients or want to learn more, simply read Ingredients To Avoid In Hair Products for a better understanding.
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