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The best hair products for black hair are made up of simple natural occurring ingredients. African american hair wants to receive simple hair products to thrive but we always get in our own way and complicate our hair growth situation! Of course we want to know how to care for our natural hair, relaxed hair, and pretty much just how to care for hair in general. Running after new hair products fresh off the press or by recommendation of another is not the best way to go. Even if someone looks like they have the same type of hair as you do, does NOT mean that their hair care supplies are your best buy as well. Once you accept this, you are actually able to listen to your hair demands rather than assuming that your black hair needs what someone else says it needs. I learned this very piece of advice by experience.
So, what are the best hair products that we should purchase for African american hair? By now, I hope that you realize that there is no perfect collection of products that applies to everyone. There never will be!
Ask yourself, does everyone have the same type of hair? Does everyone need the same amount of love and attention?
Of course not!
The best hair care products for your growing hair have ingredients that mimic what your hair environment is made of. So below, I will reveal to you what to look out for (or create) in the black hair care products for hair growth!
The Best Hair Care Products Tip #1 Use Ingredients that Mimic Your Hair and Scalp
Your hair and scalp is made up of a list of things, you can’t go wrong by making sure that these ingredients are in your hair conditioner. Mind you, everything listed does not have to be in it to be best for you, just make sure to look out for these ingredients
Ingredients Your Scalp Is Made Up Of
Water (This should always be the main ingredient, that’s where moisture comes from!)
A sebum (natural hair oil) mimicker like jojoba oil or coconut oil
Ingredients Your Hair Is Made Up Of
The Best Hair Care Products Tip #2 Try Your Best To Use Natural Ingredients
Aim to find hair products that are made with all natural ingredients. If you want 100% organic natural ingredients in your hair products, it can become exhausting trying to find that product. Even then, it may be too greasy or too short of a life span for you! Experimentation is key. Buying all natural hair products for your black hair may be too expensive for you to afford, your hair probably wont mind using products that have chemicals or synthetic ingredients in them anyway. To each its own. I personally don’t have a natural product standard, I start cheap to see what works before things become more and more expensive. Below are a couple of Organic Natural Hair Products that may interest you.
Below are a list of all of my hair products that I use to take care of my natural hair. I use Spa-Haus Mind And Body Salon Conditioner as a deep conditioner. This is THE BEST HAIR CONDITIONER that I have ever used and is still use! Also, I use Vo5 hair conditioner as a co-wash…
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