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What's your greatest skin care challenge?
As women and a growing number of men of color, what's your greatest skin care challenge? Whether it's dark spots, uneven skin tone, dark circles,puffiness under your eyes or hair that won't grow, you'll find a product that can possibly become the solution to your challenge.
Moisturizers and ingredients that hydrate your skin will always be your best friend, for your face, body and hair. So look for products with nourishing and nurturing ingredients. Shea butter, cocoa butter, mango butter and jojoba oils are a few of the ingredients to keep on your list.
We've got new additions to our store for you. Essential oils have been known to help calm and soothe skin and scalp irritations. Although you'll find a sample kit on the hair category page, you can use them for any of your skin and hair care needs.
The hair care sample kit has been given an upgrade. We've increased the size of the container on the shampoo and conditioners and added a hair butter sample to the mix.
Although there's beauty in your blackness, your skin is sensitive and needs protection from the sun just like everyone else. So if you know you're challenged by sunburn, add a few drops of Lavender essential oil to Jojoba and Grapeseed Oil and create a nice body oil for yourself. It will bring comfort and beauty back to your skin.
We're listening to you and your suggestions, so keep an eye on the category pages and your emails for updates.
Until next time ...
Dedicated To Your Beauty
Now that you know the importance of using natural products for African American hair growth, it's even more important to know how to go about using them the proper way for the best results. What do you use on your hair? A shampoo? Conditioner? Hair Oil?
What kind of natural ingredients do you look for in a product? Peppermint? Tea Tree? Coconut? An herbal blend?
In a sense the ingredient is going to determine how you use natural products on your hair.
One way to use natural products for African American hair growth is to make sure you know that the product is actually natural in the first place. There are a lot of "natural" products on the market that aren't actually natural at all.
You can tell which, by simply turning the bottle around and looking at the ingredients. When you see a chemical, additive or anything on the bottle that you can't pronounce, chances are that product is not natural.
Not always but more often than not. A botanicalor scientific name for an essential oil can look like an ingredient that shouldn't be in a product. For example: Lavandula Officinalis is Lavender Essential Oil.
But I'm referring to the ingredients that might look like: Oleyl Hydroxyethyl Imidazoline. It's a form of alcohol.
This is crucial for the sake of your skin and your scalp. The last thing you want to do is cause an allergic reaction to yourself because you used a product that you thought was natural.
Another way to use natural products is to make sure you're using a specific product for it's given purpose.
Your aim might be to soften your hair. If this is the case, you wouldn't use anything to solidify it like you would if you were going to start locs. Instead, you would use Shea butter or hair oil.
It's important that whatever product you're using is going to give you the specific effect you're trying for.
Another way to use natural products is....
The wonderful thing about natural hair care products for African American hair growth is that it doesn't take a long time or a lot of product to start seeing results. If you use, for example, a hair oil to help your dry scalp, within a weeks time, you will start seeing significant improvement with how moist and healthy your scalp becomes.
Another example would be a natural hair butter. Unlike most of the mainstream hair greases and moisturizers, it can take a very small amount applied to the roots of your hair to enrich your ends and see immediate growth.
This helps in the economical sense in that you won't find yourself ordering repeatedly because you keep running out of your supply.
Perhaps one of the best ways to use natural products for African American hair growth is to use them exclusively. This goes in line with the safety factor.
When you use a product on your hair that is not natural, and combine it with another product that IS natural, there is a chance that the infusion with the natural and unnatural elements could do more harm than good.
It works, in a sense, like your body reacts to taking herbs and eating junk food. While the herbs might be all natural and good for your body, the reaction you might have from them after scarfing down McDonald's can have your head over the toilet for 3 days straight.
The same can be said for your hair and scalp. So if you're going to go natural, go exclusively natural and experience the benefits.
As Always ...
Dedicated To Your Beauty,
Nyraju Skin Care