TOP 3 NATURAL HAIR PRODUCTS TO HELP RETAIN MOISTURE

The key to successful hair growth is MOISTURE! When your hair is dry, you hair is more susceptible to breakage. Ladies, lets just be honest. Nobody wants to walk around with dehydrated hair. It just doesn’t look good or feel good. OH and YES, I said Dehydrated! With the summer time quickly approaching, heat and jumping from swimming pool to swimming pool.. your hair is likely not to catch a break. It is important to cleanse your hair free of any chlorine by using a sulfate free shampoo and conditioner. Below, I will list our favorite moisturizers for dry natural hair.

Sulfate Free- What does that mean?

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Kera Care Sulfate- Free Shampoo

Products that contain sulfate will do a great job of removing any oil or product buildup, but they will also dry out your hair, causing a lack of moisture and damaged ends. If your hair is prone to dryness, curly, fine or coarse you should begin to use a sulfate free product to ensure that you’re retaining as much moisture as possible. If you play around with colors in your hair, it becomes imperative to use a sulfate free product because the sulfate will dry out your hair on top of the drying properties in the hair dye. You can follow up with a sulfate free conditioner, it will help you to maintain and achieve healthy hair.

 

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Carols Daughter- Black Vanilla Hair Smoothie

If you’re looking for a lightweight moisturizer that will give your tresses a light shine and help with detangling, this moisturizer will do both.

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Jane Carter – Nourish & Shine

This product provides your hair with the natural vitamins and essentials oils needed to revive your tresses. This amazing product can not only be used in your hair but on your body as well.

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Aloe Vera Gel

Aloe Vera helps to balance out the pH in your hair as well as a natural moisturizer. You can also mix aloe vera gel with shea butter.

Stephanie scales

Natural Hair + Beauty Writer

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