I'm a young college girl on a budget, what should I do if I can't aford natural hair products?

I go to school in Idaho so it is VERY cold and windy. I can't wash and go because my hair freezes on the way to class and I cant do twist outs or other protective styling because they are so time consuming and I spend so much time studying and doing homework.

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I remember the collegiate days all too well, and empathize with your budgetary woes. The good thing is that there are a lot of affordable options available now. Eden Bodyworks has quality products under $10. You can order products or find locations near you by visiting www.edenbodyworks.com. You can simply get a shampoo, deep conditioner and twisting cream (Jojoba Minoi Shampoo, Jojoba Minoi Deep Conditoner, Coconut Shea Pudding Souffle). You can also get extra virgin oils from the grocery store. Olive oil is a great oil to use for deep conditioning and hot oil treatments. Coconut oil is great to apply more regularly to maintain moisture in your hair. If you commit to shampooing, conditioning and styling your hair at least once every two weeks, you should be able to get some longevity from the products and you don't have to worry about spending so much money every month buying something new.