Enroll in the give-away for two bars of hand-made soap supplied by Emma’s Naturals by 5:00 pm PST on May 5, 2014. You’ll fall in love with these organic, naturally moisturizing, and luxurious feeling bars of soap. The rich, creamy lather will make your skin feel better and look better, and the wonderful scents leave you […]
Soap nut “shampoo” is wonderful for cleansing dry, natural hair. Can your curl pattern pop like this after washing your hair? If you use soap nut shampoo, you can have curls, moisture, no tangles and little to no breakage.
I wanted an alternative to shampoo that would leave my hair manageable, moisturized, and soft post-wash. I also wanted a product without a lot of chemicals, or no chemicals at all. I found it with the Mango Lassi Co-Wash conditioner bar.
I had my daughter apply the pre-poo mixture to her scalp and hair (dry), then put on a conditioning cap which we left on for 3 hours. She then washed her hair as usual. The amount of shedding was minimal and her hair was a lot softer before we even added the leave-ins and sealants.
Soap nuts make a fabulous 100% natural, easy to make, low cost shampoo that will gently clean away butters and gels, leaving your hair soft and moisturized. Here’s how to make and use soap nut shampoo.
In response to requests for what to do about their dry, breaking natural hair, here is a very easy to follow basic natural hair care regime that will revitalize your dry hair. Lustrous, shiny , full hair can be yours!
Remove oil, conditioner and styling product buildup to stop breakage and improve hair manageability. Clarify your hair, improve moisture retention and love your hair with a baking soda rinse.
If the price of Terressentials Mud Wash is a bit too steep for your budget, take a shot at mixing a fabulous earth cleanser at home from inexpensive Bentonite clay and these easy to find ingredients.
African Black Soap shampoo is a gentle way to cleanse your dry natural hair with a 100% natural, chemical free, highly moisturizing shampoo you can make at home.