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The more we embrace our natural texture, the more we learn that organic and natural hair products work best. There are hundreds of ingredients found in nature that can be used in hair products. Healthy ingredients aren't for textured hair alone! These ingredients work to make everybody's hair healthier. Below is a list of ten popular ingredients in natural hair products and what they provide for our hair.


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What about argan oil? Argan Oil is a natural organic product which will protect, restore and enrich your hair. It’s rich in vitamins E, C, F and A. It is also rich in Omega 9, Essential Fatty Acids, Squalene and Antioxidants. It's incredibly good for hair!! I use Pro Naturals Moroccan Argan oil because it has no sulfates, silicones or other chemicals that damage hair.
Argan oil is another great ingreadient for hair, no matter the type. I've been using Pro Naturals Moroccan Argan Oil System for my hair and it's great at restoring its health and nourishing each strand. My hair is healthy, shiny and vibrant now :)
my hair has a lobe/hate relationship with Shea butter
i use Tea Tree oil mixed with my conditioner, massage into scalp and rinse. Then I spray Argon Oil on dripping wet hair. My hair is soft and silky.
Thanks so much for sharing the wonderful advice. I use all of these products and have learned its just easier if I recognize the ingredients.
to ladybreukelen: jojoba oil is not actually an oil--it is a wax ester.
Thanks for all the great comments
I have fine, 4a type hair, I like shea butter, but I haven't had much luck with EVOO. Honey left a nice scent on my hair when I used it.
Camellia oil leaves my hair feeling like silk. Love!
I have tried Coconut Oil and Olive Oil they don't do much for my hair...I do like Shea Butter...but Hemp Oil I am in love with...it makes my hair soft and shiny...its worth the cst to me.
yeah, i just discovered the joys of coconut oil! THANKS FOR COMMENTING, LADIES!
Great ideas... I'll probably try some of these. I wouldn't try honey in the summer when there are flies though! Flies like me too much as it is.
I love using olive oil as a conditioner. iHerb.com carries a wide selection of natural products. Save $5 on first time purchase with the coupon YUK833
I LOVE Coconut oil for hair. I write all about why it's so awesome on my blog: http://wondercurl.com/curly-hair-blog.html
Shea butter is not the thing to use for those of us with fine-textured hair. At least, this has been my personal experience. However, my hair has responded well to jojoba oil. The proverbial jury is still out w/r/t coconut oil. A friend suggested that I may have used too much, as one only needs to use it sparsely for the best effect. So, I will keep experimenting with coconut oil.
I love mango butter. It's a little lighter than shea and smells delish!
Thank you for this great article! Jojoba Oil though would not be considered a humectant as it is an oil, the definition of a humectant is a non-oily ingredient that attracts moisture from the atmosphere.
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