5 Natural Hair Products I Can’t Live Without

Hi Loves,

Since I am always looking for ways to improve my health, I do not limit that to just my food intake, I also try to implement this principle with what I apply to my body externally.  After all your body is your temple right?  That being said I try to use products on my skin and hair that have mostly natural ingredients.  In the future I will create a blog post with what natural skin products I use.

Until then checkout the 5 natural hair products I cannot live without:

Kinky Curly Knot Today Leave In

This leave in conditioner is not 100% natural but the ingredient list is not too long and it does not have a ton of harmful chemicals like parabens or bht.  I apply this leave in conditioner after washing my hair.  The results are soft and moisturized tresses which are easy to manage.

Castor Oil

Whether it is regular castor oil found at a local store, Haitian black castor oil, or Jamaican black castor oil this stuff can work wonders to thicken and strengthen your hair.  I use castor oil as a pre-poo/ pre-shampoo.  I am also currently doing a castor oil challenge which involves me applying it to my hair every 2-3 days (because this stuff can make your hair greasy) for 3 months to examine my results.

Whipped Shea Butter

I make my own whipped shea butter by adding a variety of oils to 100% unrefined shea butter.  I use jojoba oil, vitamin e oil, grapeseed oil, and peppermint oil in my blend.  I apply this mixture to my hair every couple of days for moisturized tresses.

Rhassoul Clay

I love using rhassoul clay to gently cleanse my hair without leaving it feeling stripped of its moisture in between shampooing my hair.  I add aloe vera juice, jojoba oil, and a few essential oils to this clay to create a mud wash.  Fun fact: Rhassoul is mined in North Africa and has been used for centuries to clean both body and hair.  It literally means “to become washed.” (https://www.sheabuttercottage.com/rhassoul-clay.html)

Water

Last but not least!  This is the best moisturizer and the least expensive.  Just like plants need water to grow so does your hair.  I spritz my hair as needed with this stuff to bring back the moisture typically when I am styling my hair. (I use tap water however I do have a filter installed to my shower head.)

I hope you enjoyed my favorite natural hair products.  What are some of the natural hair products you can not live without?  Comment below.  Don’t forget to subscribe.

Peace and Love

Esther J

6 Comments on “5 Natural Hair Products I Can’t Live Without

  1. You mentioned all great products…I especially LOVE COCONUT OIL it’s messy, but works wonders when detangling!

    • Yes coconut oil is a good one! I love it, just been using it over my body instead of my hair lately. Never tried it as a detangler though. I’m going to try the next time I wash. Thanks for the tip!

  2. Yes!! Loves these products I also stretch my knot today because it’s soooo expensive. One bottle can last me up to 6-12 months when I mix a couple ounces with aloe Vera juice and my oil mix and still get the same results.

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