Oils VS Healthy Hair Growth 

If your hair kinky, curly, or wavy your strands are most likely shaped in a S-shaped or a Z-shaped formation. These formations of shapes hinder your scalps natural oil from reaching the tips of your hair. Straight hair makes it easier for sebum oil to navigate its way down the shaft to evenly distribute oil unlike trying to travel down spirals, zigs, and zags. 

Women with coily or curly textured hair must apply natural oils to over compensate for the lost of moisture. Although Afro- texture hair needs to be infused with moisture, to much oil could hinder your growth. To much oil over an extended period of time can block and suffocate the pores on your scalp ,and can eventually lead to hair loss and unhealthy shedding.

The glands in the scalp naturally produces its own sebum oil. These glands, are based at each one of the hair strands and produce sebum, an oily secretion that normally keeps your scalp moisturized and makes your hair shiny so, it is not necessary to overindulge in dressing the scalp.

So how much does your scalp need to become moisturized? A very small amount should be used to oil your scalp after dividing the hair up in 4-6 sections, 1 dime size amount for each section is just the right amount to prevent clogging your pores, shedding, itching, irritating the scalp, stunting growth, and preventing health oxygen and blood flow from fulfilling its natural purpose, which is healthy hair growth.
What’s Co-Washing?

(Co-wash) Conditioner wash; washing hair with conditioner instead of shampoo.

Conditioning is essential to having moisturized hair. Conditioners add moisture and help reduce frizz by penetrating and coating the hair follicles. Follow the directions on the bottle and make sure to rinse with cool or cold water instead of hot. This helps lock in shine and moisture. It is also a good idea to use a deep conditioner at least once a week, paying particular attention to the ends of hair, which are the driest and can often split.

How To Co-wash 

You need to have a lot of conditioner since you will be washing your hair often using conditioner. Any conditioner will do. However when you deep conditioner your hair you should use a better quality type of conditioner.
You can wash as often as everyday or a few times a week. Washing in the shower is easiest. Just like you would use your shampoo, use the conditioner instead. You want to really saturate your hair with conditioner. The thicker your hair is, the more conditioner you should use. Massage it into your hair well.

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Raw Coconut Nectar Deep Conditioning For Softer Hair 

Raw coconut nectar is an excellent way to infuse your hair with moisture to combat dryness. Coconut nectar is made from coconut tree sap. This sap contains loads of healthy vitamins, amino acids, and vitamins that help to neutralize the pH balance levels in your hair. When coconut nectar is added to your deep conditioning treatments it helps t

o flatten out the hair cuticles allowing them to lye straight and smooth so, that your hair will become softer, less frizzy, and easier to manage. 

To use coconut nectar in your deep conditioner simply pour as much as you feel necessary directly into your product and stir it in completely. Depending on your hair length and density will better determine exactly how much you will need. Adding in other natural ingredients like olive oil, coconut oil, or whole leaf aloe vera gel will help to further bring forth plenty of moisture and hair manageability. 

Divide your hair into 4-8 sections, then distribute your deep conditioning mixture from the top of your roots to the very ends of the strands of your hair. Allow the mixture to sit on your hair from 30-60 minutes with heat or without heat. Using heat will help to maximize the strength of your treatment and yield the best results. Raw coconut nectar can be found in most grocery stores or online.