How to care natural hair?

pauliasmith6745pauliasmith6745 Raw Jr. Leader

Please suggest me, how can I manage my Natural Hair? Should I use Gnatural OH SO Sulfate Free shampoo for hair growth?

ClaireT

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  • CreativelyccCreativelycc Raw Jr. Leader

    Hi Paulia,

    Congratulations on going natural. I have been natural now for years. What you suggest is good but I'll tell you what I do. I only use shampoo bars now when I want to use soap and I also use coconut milk and avocado washes. To wash your hair with coconut milk - pour the coconut milk in your hair, massage your scalp and rinse out. The longer you leave the coconut milk in, the more conditioned your hair will be.

    You can also blend up avocado and wash your hair with that too. Just make sure to rinse it all out. After you have rinsed your hair either using the coconut milk or the avocado - make a rinse with about 2 cups of warm water and add about two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar. Rinse through your hair as the last rinse. Don't worry, when your hair dries it will smell sweet. It won't have smell of the apple cider vinegar. Good luck to you!

    Carrie

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  • pauliasmith6745pauliasmith6745 Raw Jr. Leader

    Thanks for giving such a precious suggestion.

    ClaireT
  • kathiedkathied Raw Newbie

    Hi Paulia,

    Congratulations on going natural. I have been natural now for years. What you suggest is good but I'll tell you what I do. I only use shampoo bars now when I want to use soap and I also use coconut milk and avocado washes. To wash your hair with coconut milk - pour the coconut milk in your hair, massage your scalp and rinse out. The longer you leave the coconut milk in, the more conditioned your hair will be.

    You can also blend up avocado and wash your hair with that too. Just make sure to rinse it all out. After you have rinsed your hair either using the coconut milk or the avocado - make a rinse with about 2 cups of warm water and add about two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar. Rinse through your hair as the last rinse. Don't worry, when your hair dries it will smell sweet. It won't have smell of the apple cider vinegar. Good luck to you!

    Carrie

     Wow, the recipes that you recommended sounds very cool. Don't know how avocado works on my hair, but I'm already using products that consist coconut oil. I haven't seen any product with avocado oil or extract or anything, but from Monica's site (she's keeping this blog and sometimes writing reviews and recommendations on different hair stuff and related things) I found out that the best ingredients in products that I have to look for are coconut and argan oil, and lavender extracts. At least -- they are best for my extremly thick and curly hair.

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