5 super moisturizers for dry natural hair

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In our quest for healthy hair, we need to combat the dry state of our hair. Some of us have naturally dry and frizzy hair while others are blessed with less troublesome hair. Manipulating our natural hair to style it or a whim touch of the elements can make it drier than ever.

Natural ingredients that can be found in our kitchen are the perfect remedies for the creation of effective dry hair’s treatments mask. It’s cost-effective, convenient and chemicals free. Who would not want to try? When you will notice instant results, trust me, you will be compelled to continue using those 5 ingredients in your DIY deep treatments to combat dry hair and retain moisture.

  • Honey

Honey is a natural humectant that draws moisture from the air to your hair. This super ingredient promotes hair growth as it moisturizes dry and brittle strands from the roots. It can be used alone or mixed with others ingredients like oils or milk to make a natural hair mask.

spoon-honey-jar-for nautral hair

  • Molasses

Sadly, this ingredient is not celebrated enough for its greatness. Blackstrap molasses is a derived product of sugar cane. It contains minerals and vitamins like iron, calcium, potassium and magnesium, which are all beneficial for hair growth. You can dilute it with water and massage it into your scalp to moisturize it and stimulates hair growth. Similarly, its consistency is sticky like honey. After using a deep mask made with blackstrap molasses, your hair will feel moisturized and look shinier.

Molasses for natural hair

  • Aloe vera

The aloe vera plant is a natural moisturizer with a balanced PH level for hair. The best option would be to use the plant as it is fresh with no added preservatives but you can go with a gel or an organic natural juice. You could mix the natural aloe Vera juice with your water spray for a daily use. I also like using the plant as a moisturizer mask for my scalp and hair. After washing it, my hair feels soft and moisturized.

Aloe-Vera-Juice to moisturize your natural hair

  • Glycerine

It naturally absorbs water from the surroundings and provides moisture to the scalp. Vegetable glycerine can be found at most grocery and health food stores. It helps against frizz and also works as a sealant as it locks the moisture in your hair.

glycerine to seal moisture into your natural hair

  • Water

You knew I was coming with it don’t you?

Yes WATER!! As essential as it is, we cannot live without it. We drink it, we cook with it and we wash ourselves, our hair with it. I can never stress its benefits enough because we all know what it brings to our overall health. It’s rewarding when taking it internally and externally. It will remain the number one moisturizer of all time even though too much water is not as good as we may think. Our hair tends to break easily when it is wet so be careful and remember to always handle your hair with love and care.

Water for natural hair growth

If you are looking for ways to keep your hair moisturized for a longer period of time, be sure to include one of those ingredients in your hair routine. They can be mix match with others ingredients for the perfect hair mask. There will be plenty of articles coming up next on great natural DIYs for hair masks.

In the meantime check out: DIY deep conditioner for dry natural hair.

Hope you enjoyed these 5 ingredients that you can find in the kitchen to help you combat dry hair. Reducing the dry state of your hair means reducing breakage. And we all want shiny, longer and healthier looking hear, don’t we? (wink)

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