When you look good, you feel good! One of the most noticeable aspects of you is your hair. The key to keeping your curls strong and healthy is to use the right products. With the right protective measures, your afro can have all the thickness and bounce it deserves.
Shampooing Once A Week
African hair is naturally dry and lacks oil. Gently shampoo your curls once a week for proper cleansing. However, overdoing it can lead to frizz and breakage. Use a sulphate-free shampoo to prevent dryness.
Moisture is your best friend! Use a leave-in moisturiser on days when you don’t wash or condition your hair. TCB Naturals Leave-In Treatment contains a unique blend of shea butter and coconut oil, which deeply moisturizes and nourishes your hair. Regular use can rejuvenate your hair making it silky, smooth and voluminous. Sealing the moisturized hair with oil further helps you trap in the moisture, which in turn promotes hair growth.
The challenges of natural hair are dealing with breakage and providing an adequate amount of nourishment to your tresses. For healthy hair growth, massage a small amount of TCB Naturals Hair Food daily and allow effective absorption. It locks in the moisture and repairs damaged follicles.
Change Your Pillow Case
Trade your harsh cotton case for a soft satin one. Rough fabrics tend to soak up essential oils and damage your hair through friction while you are asleep. This makes satin pillowcases an ideal, less-distressing sleep solution.
Comb It The Right Way
Having curly hair means continuously dealing with knots and tangles. Gently run your fingers through your hair before combing them, this will help eliminate big knots. Make sure you use a wide-toothed comb and avoid tugging too hard. Avoid brushing or combing them from the roots, it causes breakage. Start brushing from the middle and gently make your way up.
Natural Afro hair requires special care, give Let’s Help You Maintain Your Natural Hair a read, so your locks stay healthy and gorgeous.