Four Steps to Healthy Curly Hair – Raw Hair Organics

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Four Steps to Healthy Curly Hair

There is so much info on how to care for curly hair, it's actually overwhelming. If you are now at the point where you “don’t feel like dealing with” your curls or would rather straighten your hair than love on your curls, keep reading. This is just for you. You don’t have to make DIY hair recipes each week. You don’t have to fill your cabinets with products just because you found them on sale. The key to keeping your hair healthy is actually keeping it simple. Trying to replicate what every curly says on their blog or YouTube channel will only complicate this process. I will now go over the only four steps you need to take care of your curls.


Here’s a BIG tip to keeping it simple, buying products from the same brand will help you save both time and money. Products of the same brand are created to work well together. Now here are the four types of products you need.


  1. Cleanser

  2. Conditioner

  3. Daily Moisturizer

  4. Sealer and/or styler


  1. Cleanser

Clean hair is well on its way to being healthy hair. At least once a month you want to be sure to use a clarifying shampoo or cleanser. This will remove any build on your scalp to keep it healthy. Throughout the month, be sure the cleanser you’re using is also moisturizing so that your hair is not drying out quickly and causing breakage. If your scalp gets build-up quickly, you can also use a cowash in-between weekly washes to clean your scalp but not dry out your strands.


  1. Conditioner


There are two important conditioners you need. Each time you use a clarifying shampoo, be sure to deep condition your hair for at least 20 minutes. Depending on the dryness of your hair, this can be done weekly to give your curls back their moisture.

Also, each time you wash or use a co-wash you should also follow up with a leave-in conditioner to retain your moisture.


  1. Daily Moisturizer


Hydrating your hair every day is necessary. This does not mean oiling your hair every day because that could cause buildup on your scalp but you need something to refresh your curls each day. All you need is a light moisturizing spritzer that you can spray in the morning and at night to keep your strands moisturized.


  1. Sealer and/or Styler

A sealant is important to lock in all the moisture you have now put into your hair. When choosing this product, your hair type is very important. If you have fine hair, heavy oil or gel will actually weigh your hair down opposed to those of you with thicker hair, putting a very light oil won’t give you much protection.

Finding that last product is as complicated as it gets. It does not have to be stressful or overwhelming to take care of your natural hair. Take these tips and keep it simple.

We have three different starter packs available for you to choose from. Either of these will help you keep things simple and keep your hair healthy.

(https://www.rawhairorganics.com/collections/starter-packs)

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