Some of the bestproduct ingredients for natural hair.

Whether you’re newly natural or just looking to
tweak your natural hair care routine, chances are
you just want product that leaves you with optimal
results right? Well, look past the pretty packaging
and start reading the product ingredient list! Before
you shop for that next product haul, check out this
quick reference guide featuring some of the best
product ingredients for natural hair.



Coconut Oil: Natural hair loves coconut oil because
it doesn’t just sit on top of the hair -it penetrates
and helps heal from the inside out. Products with
this ingredient harness coconut oil’s moisture
retention and strengthening characteristics for
rejuvenating make-up. If used alone, this light
ingredient’s best use is thought to be as a pre-shampoo hair oil treatment.


Honey: Did you know that honey is also sweet for
hair? Honey can be combined with conditioner or
oils to give natural hair a healthy, smooth and shiny
appearance. The peroxide found in honey is
lightening agent that can subtly lighten strands over
time.



Aloe Vera: Aloe vera’s pH balancing properties make
it a model ingredient for natural hair use. Aloe Vera
also promotes hair growth and acts as a natural
astringent to combat dandruff. This multi-purpose
ingredient (in gel or juice form) is commonly
combined with conditioner to soften hair, add shine
and reduce frizz. Curly girls often mix aloe vera with water and spritz it on as a coil refresher.


Olive Oil: The wunderkind of hair oils, olive oil
(particularly extra virgin or EVOO), nourishes and
improves the elasticity of hair with each use. Olive
oil is rich in moisture and less prone than other oils
to aggravate allergies. No wonder it’s used for
everything from pre-shampoo and scalp treatments
to curl friendly conditioners like Deva Curl One
Condition.


Jojoba oil: Jojoba oil closely matches what the
scalp produces naturally, making it ideal for
balancing out oil production. Extracted from jojoba
seeds, jojoba oil acts as natural humectant and boosts shine without leaving the hair greasy.

Shea Butter: Shea Butter is a natural emollient
derived from the nut of African karite trees. Found
in products like Jane Carter’s Nourish and Shine,
shea butter provides optimal soft ‘n fluffy hair
results and seals in moisture minus the heavy
buildup. Shea butter also softens nicely when mixed
with essential hair oils for easier application.

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