5 Ways to Keep Natural Hair Moisturized

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Natural hair is beautiful and amazingly kinky, coily, and curly. While this is usually one of the reasons why it can look so good, it also has a downside. One of the biggest detriments of natural hair being kinky, coily, and curly is the fact that it dries out easily.

Depending on your hair type, your hair probably absorbs a lot of moisture and requires even more to flourish. The natural hair type that seems to dry out the most is 4c hair, which is a result of it being tightly curled. 

Without adequate moisture, natural hair tends to look dry and unhealthy, but that’s not the worst part. The worst part is the fact that it breaks and not just a little, but a lot. However, you don’t need to fret, because here are 5 easy ways to moisturize your beautiful hair.

Pre-poo Treatment

A huge misconception for most people is the fact that they think they need to moisturize their hair only after washing. A pre-poo treatment is a preparation for the shampooing process. Believe it or not, your hair loses moisture as you wash. However, a pre-poo treatment helps to lock in the necessary oils needed to keep your hair moisturized and help to prevent the hair from being overly easy to strip. You can opt for oils like jojoba oil to help seal in moisture before you wash.

Deep Conditioning

Natural hair requires a lot of moisture and thus, needs something extra apart from water. A deep conditioner is a great way to provide your hair strands with extra moisture. As the name implies, deep conditioners penetrate your hair strands. This way your hair gets all the vital nutrients it needs. Our Intense Deep Conditioning Treatment keeps your hair hydrated and improves the moisture levels. It is formulated with only the best ingredients and natural oils. It is great for all hair textures.

Greenhouse Method

This method, which is also called the bagging method, takes your moisture levels up a notch. This method involves applying your favorite moisturizer in sections of your hair, putting it in twists, and covering it with a bonnet. This method creates a humid environment, where the natural heat produced allows the product to moisturize every part of the hair. Our Leave-in Conditioner and Moisturizing Cream will be an amazing choice for this. You can decide to leave this on for 30 minutes or for hours depending on your hair needs!


L.O.C or L.C.O Method (coined by Rochelle Graham)

These methods are considered the holy grail for all naturalistas. L.O.C stands for Liquid, Oil, and Cream, which is a sequence of steps needed to properly moisturize your hair. This method works wonders, and can sometimes be used in the sequence L.C.O. This, however, depends on your hair porosity. For this method, we recommend water or our Refresher Spray for liquid. This is because our product is water based. light weight, and great for all natural hair types. For oil, our Stimulating and Sealing Oil, and for cream, our Moisturizing Cream will def get the job done.

The Twisting Butter is thick and creamy, and provides your hair with all the moisture it needs.

Stay Hydrated

The final step to properly moisturize your hair is drinking water. Take the recommended amount of water and watch how your skin and hair will change over time. Also, eat a lot of fruits, vegetables, fish for vitamins, and omega 3 & 6 fatty acids.

With these steps, your hair will be able to retain adequate moisture and flourish every day.

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Debra Williams-Neals
Debra Williams-Neals

I have I been using your products for about 3 months. Love them all. What is the nightly routine to maintain your twistouts? I’m having to apply the LOC and twist hair every night. The satin night cap is used when sleeping. Am I on the right track?

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