Moisturizing just got cheaper, with simple purchases you can create your own homemade deep conditioner. Going to hair salons for deep conditioning treatments can sometimes be a stretch for some people. For newly naturals it can also become costly, buying tons of products in hopes that one will actually do the job of keeping their hair moisturized. It is important to take into consideration that
We are so willing to spend high prices for products who have lured us in with their convincing advertising schemes. All the while the solution to our parched curls and ashen skin can be purchased for $5 bucks or less. Olive oil is filled with nutrients that provide numerous benefits for our hair and skin. Nourish your hair and skin with Olive Oil’s bountiful Vitamin E
Recently I mixed some yogurt with my Biolage Matrix Conditioner and it left my hair super soft. The cold weather is really beginning to make my hair dry out, so I decided to put a little extra kick in my deep conditioning routine. If you want to try yogurt as a conditioner there are different homemade yogurt recipes that you can try which include adding
Bentonite Clay Mask for Hair and Skin By Nina of Naturalnina.com As part of my regimen, I give my hair and skin a monthly Bentonite clay mask. I started using Bentonite clay as a clarifying treatment for my hair and skin about 6 months ago. I like using Bentonite clay in place of clarifying shampoos because the clay always leaves my hair soft and shiny.
After glancing in the mirror, to my surprise the back of my hair had tons of what appeared to be buildup. Usually going to the salon is not my thing because it’s way too expensive especially considering the majority of the time I can do a way better job. However, due to my “buildup issues” I went to get my hair thoroughly washed. When dealing