Keeping Your Natural Hair Moist | JOSHICA BEAUTY
Love it or hate it, keeping your natural hair moisturized can be a bit of a pain. But it doesn't have to be. Below I have listed a couple of things you need to keep in mind to keep your strands in their best moisturized state!
A true moisturizer will have water listed in its ingredients. Instead of always washing your hair with shampoo every-time you wash it, rather sometimes wash with just water instead as it doesn't strip the hair of its natural moisture as much as harsh shampoos do. Sometimes just spritzing your hair regularly with plain water is enough.
Adding thick natural oils like castor oil to your hair help seal in moisture in your hair. Castor oil carries ricinoleic acid and omega-6 essential fatty acids which accelerate blood circulation to the scalp and increase hair growth and moisture.
Honey is an emollient and natural anti-oxidant. Honey leaves your hair well-conditioned and healthy while improving the condition of hair follicles.
The Goodness of Shea Butter
It is an intense moisturizer for dry hair and scalp and is wonderful for revitalizing and nourishing dry damaged hair and split ends.
2. UV Ray Protector
Shea butter has a low level of UV protection to protect from the hot climates.
Shea Butter can be used as a cream after applying a leave-in to.seal in the moisture
Shea butter has been used to protect and hydrate dry, thirsty skin and hair.
Shea Butter is also rich in Vitamins A and E and helps to improve skin elasticity.