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Good hair is healthy hair and healthy
hair is good hair.
Our primary goal in our hair journey
should be healthy hair!
We need to take care of our hair to
minimize damages such as split ends,
shedding, breakage, brittle and dry
hair, etc. Taking care of our hair in an
effort for it to be healthy will produce
Not only is what we put onto our hair
important but what we put into our
bodies is as well. We have to take
care of our hair externally and
internally by eating better and
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In the winter you should deep condition your hair on a regular basis. My recommendation is
every week but be sure to do it at least once per month!! In the colder months you may
choose not to cleanse as frequently. Be sure to cleanse at least once in the month and do a
deep condition! Use a conditioner that provides sufficient moisture and be sure to keep
check of your protein. Your deep condition should be at least 30 minutes to get maximum
Always keep hair moisturized. Be sure to use products that contribute to moisture and don't
deplete it. Adding olive oil, honey, mayo and avacodo to your deep conditioning treatments
boosts the protein which is important to add strength to the hair.
Incorporate protective styling such as twists, cornrows and braids (not tightly done), puffs
and buns. If you choose puffs and buns be sure to carefully handle your edges. Protective
styling will help you to retain hair growth. Opt to wearing hats that are lined with silk or satin
or wear a satin scarf under the hat.
Dust the ends of your hair when needed. If you see a split or single strand knot, spend the
time to gently remove it or clip it off.
Incorporating castor oil and peppermint oil to your moisturizing regimen can help with
thinning edges and breakage. Massaging your scalp often (15 minutes a day) with an oil that
is molecularly small, such as jojoba, grapeseed, coconut or almond oils, will stimulate
growth. I also recommend adding aloe vera juice to your conditioner. I like to add it to my
spray bottle along with some conditioner and water for mid-week re-moisturizing and curl
refreshing. How to Refresh your Natural Curls
Try to avoid the heat usage if you can, as heat can strip the moisture from the hair
contributing to dryness. If you are going to use heat, be sure to use a product that seals in
moisture and is a heat protectant prior to applying heat to the hair.
Drink alot of water and eat healthy. Exercise, as simple as a brisk walk for 30 minutes a day,
and adequate sleep aids in a healthy body, which in turn produces healthy hair. Dedicate
time to caring for your hair and your health.
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