Best Hair Moisturising Products for Longer Healthier African Caribbean Hair

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BEST HAIR MOISTURISING PRODUCTS FOR LONGER HEALTHIER AFRICAN CARIBBEAN HAIR

 

 

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14 thoughts on “Best Hair Moisturising Products for Longer Healthier African Caribbean Hair

      • Hi Judy, thanks very much. To be honest I don’t have much of a hair regime. I’m really very lazy when it comes to my hair. I wash my hair with any old shampoo when I feel like it, but more often then not I don’t use shampoo, I tend to just use any conditioner and wash it with that. Whilst wet I will drench my hair in moisturiser (see my video), and coat with oil. On a daily basis I try to spritz my hair with moisturiser or oil, taking particular care of my hair ends. I’m still in the process of growing out my perm so most of the time I have my hair in two flat twist under a new half wig that I have just made. I’m getting good feedback about it so I will put pictures up soon.

        To me it’s not so much the products that will deliver healthy hair but I think it’s how you look after your hair. So I try to keep my hair constantly moist. But the biggest thing for me is how gentle I am with my hair. I treat my hair very carefully and am reluctant to put any heat in it and I’ve not used a comb for over a year.

  1. No matter what moisturiser i use my scalp always gets dry so quickly – i’m lacking something somewhere. Maybe i dont have enough natural oils in my body so i’m now taking cod liver oil tablets to see if that helps. Hmmm

    • Unless you’ve notice a sudden change or the dryness is suddenly causing you a problem eg scabs and itching, I wonder if you might simply have dry hair, which for you in NORMAL hair.

      • Right I see… and not being able to moisturise my hair regularly when it’s in a weave will add to that.

        Fingers crossed my wig making goes well so I can take it off regularly and wash/moisturise.

        Thanks Valley!

    • So glad to hear that Susan. All I can say is that it’s worth it, it’s akin to me giving up smoking, a difficult journey at times, but am so so glad I did it. To be honest I’ve never had so many compliments about my hair since I’ve been natural from both black and white male and female. Keep in touch and let me know how you are getting on.

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