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Sunday, September 16, 2018

How To Do A Rod Set On Natural Hair

By On 7:25 AM
Rod set
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What is a Rod Set

The rod set is a simple yet incredibly versatile protective style for all hair types, including African women transitioning. It's making a resurgence in the natural hair community, with the ability to be worn on any length, from tapered TWAs to bra strap, the natural hair world just can’t get enough of rod sets.


What You’ll Need For A Rod Set

1. Spray bottle with your favorite leave in and water mixed together
2. Oil or butter
3. Gel or setting lotion
4. Rollers (foam, perm, flexi, magnetic, take your pick)
5. Wide tooth comb

Directions

● Working in sections and starting on dry hair, spray hair with leave in mix until damp, and then apply oil or butter to hair.

● Detangle hair using a wide tooth comb or your fingers.

● Wrap ends of rollers around hair, pull hair taunt, and continue to roll hair up to the scalp.

● Repeat until all sections are completed. If any section starts to get dry, spray with leave in mix.

● Let dry completely.

● When dry, take down the rollers and gentle separate hair with fingers to create volume. DO NOT COMB!

Notes:
1. What makes this sleek is the technique, not product. You will need to make sure the sections are small and your pulling hair taunt when rolling.

2. The gel or setting lotion is optional, but if you use it, the style will last an extra day or two and resist frizz.

3. If your hair is not completely dry when you undo the style, it will frizz. Depending on how damp your hair is and the rollers you used, it could take upwards of 24 hours. Feel free to sit under a dryer to speed up the process.

4. To make the style last, just put up in a ponytail, or if your hair is short, make small ponytails. Do not apply water, this will make the style frizz and shrink the hair.

5. Depending on the hair, you could get 3 days to over a week out of the style.

Thursday, August 30, 2018

Amazing Benefits Of GINSENG Herb For Hair Growth

By On 11:41 AM
Ginseng

We know of all the things we use to aid us in attaining our goal of healthy hair, nature provides the best bounty. So far in this blog, we have looked at a number of super foods, herbs and natural oils that never fail to deliver and now we are going to focus on another one "Ginseng" 


I know most of us have heard about ginseng roots and how it boosts the body cells. Do you know it also boosts hair growth? This post will highlight the uses of ginseng for hair so that you can assess how it can help you in your journey to healthy hair.

You will no doubt be able to find ginseng in energy drinks, supplements, tea blends and even shampoo and conditioner. The truth is you can find it in health food stores in the plant or powdered form, root form and perhaps even in the fruit, so there really is no shortage of options I believe the tea makes a better choice for those who can’t stand the strong smell rather than the shampoo and conditioner.

The thing that makes ginseng effective as a hair growth booster is the compound known as Ginsenosides

So What Can Ginseng Do For Hair

Well you can try using Panax Ginseng, it is an anti-apoptotic, it helps improve the proliferation of dermal papilla cells. Hence,
▪Its topical application improves hair’s regeneration ability.
▪It encourages hair growth by stimulating blood flow to the scalp.
▪It also improves the health of hair follicles and cells, thus preventing hair loss.
▪Combacts hairloss- it's often associated with a weak immune system. A Healthy immune system enables your body to fight off infections and diseases, thus promoting overall health including hair health.

Just typically know that when your body is very busy  with repairing itself, it becomes unable to perform other functions such as hair growth which ultimately results in hair loss.
The herb 'Ginseng' facilitates a proper blood circulation as well as optimum oxygen absorption by the blood.

By improving the health of the internal body parts, it automatically combats hair fall. Attack cancer cells that may lead to hair loss from chemotherapy. Relieves stress that can cause hair to shed prematurely Attack DHT that causes follicles to wither up and die too soon Help women with genetic balding to regrow hair.

So when next you are out there you can grab a ginseng tea both for hair and overall health.

Note: Please make sure to consult with your doctor before use or in case of side effects.

Tuesday, August 21, 2018

Tomatoe Deep Conditioner

By On 11:50 PM
Tomatoe conditioner

Tomatoes are enrich with important Vitamins like Vitamin A, B, C and E. The vitamins are wonderful  stimulants in growing healthy.

The Vitamins effortlessly helps to reduce and prevent hair loss, adds natural smooth and shine to the hair, helps in  treating and riding the scalp from dandruff and stench.
Not only can you consume tomatoes, you can even use them as a natural conditioner for your hair.

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Below Is A Tomatoe Recipe To Try For Your Hair

▪ One blended tomatoe, sieve it to remove particles
▪ White Plain Yogurt
▪ 3 tablespoons of organic Honey
▪ 2 tablespoon Extra virgin olive oil [evoo]
▪ Blended everything together

Directions

▪Pre poo with hot oil ( olive oil, almond oil, coconut oil) for 1 hour
▪Dentangled with wider tooth comb
▪Shampooed with african black soap
▪Aplied the tomatoe conditioner for 2 hours
▪Washed away the conditioner with warm water
▪Rice water rinse
▪Locked in moisture with castor oil and shea butter mix.

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My View On This

▪ My hair was shiny and soft
▪ The LOB method [water, castor oil and shea butter] was very helpful as it retains moisture to my hair which gave me a long lasting soft and shiny hair.
▪ Hair shedding wasn't much
▪ You can add a banana or avocado to it, mostly for thick consistency and likewise to enjoy the benefits of Banana and Avocado. 

Sunday, August 12, 2018

Health Benefits Of Good Posture

By On 12:37 PM
Good posture
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Good posture is very important and a part of being and to remain healthy. Posture helps you avoid back pain and premature wear on the bones, it improves lung performance and so many more. 

Below Good Posture will explained including the ms you benefits we derive from it.

What Is Good Posture
Posture is the form that your body takes when you are sitting, standing, and laying down. Maintaining "good" posture is positioning your body so there is less strain placed upon your body's muscles and ligaments when in these positions.
It requires your body to be as close to its natural shape as possible. So if you are sitting down, this would mean:

Keeping your chin up and looking forwardKeeping your shoulders back (not slouching)Bending your knees at a right angleKeeping your feet flat on the floorKeeping your back straight enough that all 3 natural curves of the spine are present.Sitting with good posture distributes weight more evenly across your muscle groups - helping you avoid neck, shoulder and back pain. It also allows you to comfortably work for longer periods and avoid some serious long-term health problems.
Having a chair with lumbar support will help you maintain good back posture.

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What Are The Benefits Of Good Posture

Protects Your Future Health
Having good posture will keep your joints correctly aligned, protecting the joint surfaces from abnormal wear-and-tear. By preventing this type of wear-and-tear, you can lower your risk of various illnesses including arthritis and postural hunchback.

Breathing Easily
The diaphragm is a large muscle that is responsible for respiration. When the diaphragm moves, it changes how much pressure there is within the thorax - causing air to either enter or exit the lungs.

Posture affects breathing because it changes how much room the diaphragm has to move. If you are slouched in a chair or while walking, the diaphragm cannot contract or expand as easily, preventing you from taking deep breaths. As soon as you correct your posture, you will immediately notice how much easier it is to breathe. This is a particularly useful benefit for anyone who has a health condition that affects their breathing.

Helps To Prevent Back Pain
Developing good posture can eliminate back pain caused by stressed muscles and poor joint alignment. It does so by actively reducing the strain placed on the muscles and joints by spreading weight across the entire body. This ensures that certain muscles or joints are not overworked or damaged.

Over time, having good posture will even improve the alignment of your spine, which will improve the condition of your back and reduce the risk of back injuries. You will be less likely to suffer from herniated discs, muscle strains or other back problems.

Improved Physical Performance
Good posture requires the use of more muscle groups. Not only does this reduce the chances of straining a single muscle, it can lead to an improvement in overall physical performance. Having the ability to engage muscles more evenly will help you perform better during daily activities and any sports that you play.

Strengthens The Core
If you have already made improvements to your sitting posture, you will have noticed that your abdominal muscles feel more engaged. Your abdominals will be "sharing the load" with your back muscles as they keep your torso stable. The more you improve your posture, the stronger your core will get, thus improving the alignment of your spine, reducing stress on your back muscles, and improving your mobility.

Helps You Appear Attractive
Most Artist during talk shows always exhibit and maintains  impeccable posture. These Artist focus on having good posture because they know and understand how much it affects their appearance. By sitting tall in their seat and keeping their chin up, they will look much more beautiful or handsome to the viewers at home. You will gain the same benefits as you improve your posture.

Improves Digestion Of Food
Sitting or standing with good posture will ensure your internal organs are in their natural position. This makes it easier for the body to digest food and perform other important functions like maintaining good blood circulation.

Helps Improve Your Mood
Researchers from the University of San Francisco have discovered that having good posture can help improve a person's mood. They found that improved posture could also increase energy levels and reduce the risk of mental illnesses like depression.

Improving your posture can deliver some amazing benefits to your health and lifestyle. If you are interested in developing good posture, talk to a chiropractor or general practitioner. You can also use online resources like NHS choices to learn more.

Thursday, August 2, 2018

SOME BASICS TO HELP YOU TRANSITION TO NATURAL HAIR

By On 2:45 PM
Transitioning
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So many ladies prefer to transition rather than chopping off their permed hair in order to start a healthy hair journey. I transitioned for 12months, I set a goal to go all the way to one year before I trim, and I did achieve that.

Transistioning could be frustrating especially if you did not do your home work before embarking on it. Dealing with two different textures could be tasking. So if you discover its getting you worked up simply trim off the strands and continue braiding and fixing as you wish.

To Ensure A Successful Journey Below Are Some Points To Get You Started

Finish Your Old Products
Before you become a product junkie, use up your old products first. Refraining from becoming a product junkie will force you to focus on your hair regimen –which is most important.

Introduce New Product One At A Time
As you use up your old products, try to use new ones one at a time. Do not pile up your cabinet with products you hear about and use all at once. This way you can tell what is working for you and what is not.

Pay Special Attention To The Line Of Demarcation
This is simply where your relaxed ends meet the natural hair. This is the weak point so take extra care to reduce breakage because chances are that this is where breakage will occur. Try to avoid heat styling options and over manipulation. Try twist out styles and use perm rods at the tips as this will help give the two textures an identical look.

Do Not Be Obsessed With Curl Pattern
It sure is tempting but you cannot see your true pattern until all relaxed ends get cut off.

DEEP CONDITION
It is in big letters to emphasize the importance. lol. Contrary to popular belief it is actually a good thing to deep condition with heat so do not be afraid to try a little hooded dryer sometimes. You could also get conditioners that say deep conditioner on the jars/bottles to properly nourish your strands. African Best hair mayonnaise is a good product to use and Shea Moisture has some deep conditioning Treatments.

Treat Your Hair Like It Is All Natural
Practice makes perfect right? So why not try getting good at two strands twist out, flat twists out, Bantu knot out and corn rows? Be sure to use perm rods/rollers at the tips so the textures are blended.

Clean Scalp
The key to healthy hair is a clean scalp. Your scalp creates natural hair sebum so do not be tempted to lather on grease. Instead opt for lighter oils like jojoba oil or Castor oil to massage scalp but always avoid Mineral oil. Keep hair and scalp clean whenever you see build up.

Trim Ends
Contrary to popular belief (again) trimming regularly will not give you a faster growth but it will reduce breakage especially during the Transition. Trim off split ends regularly as you will have them. Besides you will be cutting the relaxed ends off anyways right?

Protect Your Strands
This is especially important. Do not over manipulate your hair. Make good use of protective styles so long as they are not too tight or kept in too long. Your hair is very fragile at this stage so protection is key. Deep condition and practice retention.

Be Patient
Sometimes it may seem like your hair is not growing and it can be frustrating dealing with different textures. At this point you may be very tempted to whip out your jar of relaxer since it is what you are familiar with and it´s ok to feel that way. However if you are dedicated to keeping your natural hair then a lot of patience is required. Your hair grows an average of 1/2 Inch a month just like everyone else. So try to remember that and protective styles help a lot as it stops you from obsessing over length every minute. Before you know what´s happening, you have a head full of amazing curls.

Let Your Expectations Be Real
To get satisfactory results, it´s ideal to learn the different ways of dealing with your hair in Transition mode and it´s imperative that you do not expect your natural hair to act like relaxed hair. Once you have finally accepted the growth pattern and nature of your curls, then you will be more understanding of dealing with it carefully. Try to recreate styles that enhance and highlight your new texture together with the relaxed hair that you are growing out.


Are you transitioning? If yes, how is it going?

Tuesday, July 31, 2018

COMBATING DRYNESS IN NATURAL HAIR

By On 7:22 PM
Dry hair
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One reason why a lot of women are reluctant to go natural or give up easily on their natural hair journey is mostly due to the “dry hair epidemic”.

In the black hair community, no matter how many products we use on our hair, it seems like nothing can keep our kinky, coily hair soft. You might even think that your hair is against you and enjoys frustrating you.

However, if you really look deep down into the reasons why your hair is always dry, you’ll soon find out that it’s because of some of the things that you’re either doing or not doing to your hair.

Below Are Few Reasons Why Your Hair Aways Feels Dry And What You Can Do About It

Using Too Many Products
Ever heard the phrase “less is more” or “too much of a good thing could be bad”? I’ve heard of naturals who will use a leave-in conditioner, styling cream, styling gel, and other product combos just to achieve a simple hairstyle such as a twist-out. Layering too many products on your hair will not only weigh your hair down, it will also cause product buildup that can leave white residue on your hair.

Also, applying too many products in your hair can leave it feeling greasy, sticky or even stinky. Another reason why using too many products is bad for the health of your hair is that it doesn’t allow your hair to absorb any moisturizing cream that you might decide to apply on your hair at a later time.

Not Using Enough Products
I always giggle at product instructions that recommend using pea-sized or dime-sized amounts of their products in my hair. You see, Type 4 Natural hair is very coily and mostly thick and so products applied to the hair must be applied to small sections of the hair at a time so that the entire head of hair can receive equal amounts of nourishment.

This means that a mere pea-size amount won’t do the job. To ensure that your hair stays moisturized for days, you want to ensure that you apply generous (but not too generous) amounts of product on your hair, starting from the tips and working your way down to the roots- just make sure that you work in a downward movement.

If you suffer from extreme dryness of hair, you can try this homemade oil mix. Never fail to spritz your scalp and hair at regular intervals. Oils work for me in combating dryness (because they seal in moisture), so I recommend this recipe. You must not use all the oils if you don't have them. You can add palm kernel oil to it, Ifavailable in your local market [it's an African red oil produced from palm fruits]


The Multi-Oil mix
This leave-in recipe is for oil lovers like me. It will condition your strands, increase the luster of your hair, and reduce split end formation and breakage while styling.

Ingredients
▪3 oz avocado oil

▪2 oz extra virgin olive oil

▪1 oz almond oil

▪1 oz castor oil

▪1 oz melted extra virgin coconut oil

▪5-7 drops of your favorite essential oil

Directions
▪Pour all the ingredients into an oil mixer.

▪Shake the bottle well to thoroughly mix the oils together.

▪This can be used on damp (but not too damp), freshly washed hair.

NOTE
Always remember to sleep with your satin cap on, it also helps to fight dryness as it helps to retain moisture in hair.



Sunday, July 29, 2018

3 WAYS TO GROW THICKER HAIR

By On 5:36 PM
Thick hair
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Hello lovelies, I trust everyone is doing great


Like the saying, “a little drop of water makes a mighty ocean” we can also say, “saving a single strand of hair makes a BIG head of hair” #‎smiles.

Our natural hair is fragile and, of course, prone to breakage and shedding when mishandled. Over time, doing a tea rinse helps put this to check. However, prevention- they say- is better than cure.

Here Are Three Ways To Grow Thicker Hair

REDUCE WASHING FREQUENCY
The scalp produces natural oils that protect the hair and keep it healthy. Washing of hair every single day hurts the hair in the long-term and prevents it from getting thicker. Twice/thrice a week will just be fine.

In addition, hair should be washed with cool/cold water as hot water is hard on hair, causing it to dry out and get brittle. Washing the hair with cold water helps the hair shaft lie flat, protecting it from breakage and damage.

DRY HAIR MORE CAREFULLY
Our hair is not a piece of cloth that should be washed, balled up and wrung out!  To grow thick hair, after washing, gently pat hair dry (with an old t-shirt) and let it air-dry thereafter.

KNOW WHEN TO USE BRUSHES
Brushing hair while it's still wet is yet another way to break it, causing it to thin out. Use your fingers or a wide-toothed comb to gently work through tangles. Save the brush for when your hair is dry, since it's less fragile in that state.



Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Better Ways To Consume Pumpkins

By On 9:04 PM
Pie

There are ways to eat pumpkins to be able to enjoy and derive those Wonderful Vitamins to nousrish our body and improve both the immune system and the longevity of our lives.

Pumpkin is a natural FOOD resource given to mankind, with its perks of different ways it can be prepared which I am sharing with you today.


You can also rea about the Benefits Of Pumpkin And It's Seeds

Ways To Prepare And Enjoy A pumpkin

I call this PUMPKINSPIRATION because you can be inspired in tweaking different methods to it and experimenting with flavours that suits your taste-buds.

You Can Roast It
Cut your pumpkin into any size and shapes of your choice, add some cinnamon or nutmeg. If you have all mixed spices you are good to use it. Now you can tweak it by adding buttersquash or other alternatives, you can as well roast the seeds with Some herbs spices.

You Can Blend It
Turn your pumpkins to a healthy smoothie with some Tigernut, Date and Coconut milk or you use unsweetened Almond milk. You can also blend it with Banana, Apple add some vanilla essence and lastly ice.

Healthy Soup
Roast your pumpkin then blend it, add your desired milk, herbs, spices and some squashed potatoes. Cool and serve with your desire staple like Bread, White rice etc. You can also freeze to hold then use it as a dip to eat your Crackers and other Biscuits.

Bake it
Use your pumpkin puree to your bread, pancakes or waffles dough/batter mixtures and bake, you can also bake pumpkin pie, pumpkin muffins, pumpkin cookies.
Use it as a substitute or a go to butter or oil when making brownies.

Bake it

Snack It
Use some toasted pumpkin seeds into porridges, salads or on a sautéed green veggies and snack it, like wise a handful of the toasted seeds for a healthy snack.

Snack it


Monday, July 23, 2018

HOW TO USE HERBS FOR HEALTHY HAIR

By On 12:02 PM
Herbs

Herbs are rich organic products both Hair and Skin care, a good regimen incorporated with herbs will give a long lasting healthy result to both hair and skin care.


BELOW ARE FEW HERBS THAT ARE BENEFICIAL FOR HAIR CARE

ALOE VERA GEL
Aloe vera
Enzymes in aloe vera dissolve dead skin cells and excess sebum which can clog hair follicles. Aloe vera contains salicylic acid, an anti-inflammatory and mild anti-biotic. Aloe vera gel is an excellent moisturizer with a molecular structure similar to keratin, the prominent protein that makes up skin and hair. For this reason, aloe vera is one of the best carriers for other herbal remedies that promote hair growth.
HOW TO USE - An easy way to use aloe vera juice/gel is to rub one table spoon into your scalp and massage for 2-5 minutes. Do not rinse or wash off. -Add 1-2 tablespoons of aloe vera juice to your deep conditioning mix.-Put one tablespoon of aloe vera juice into the amount of shampoo you want to use for your hair, and wash as usual.

AMLA
Amla
Amla, the Indian Gooseberry contains several anti-oxidants including vitamin C which is necessary for collagen production. Elevated collagen levels accelerate production and increase strength of new hair growth.
HOW TO USE - Mix amla powder with a moisturizer such as coconut oil and massage into the scalp.-Amla is also an excellent remedy for premature greying of hair.

HOLY BASIL
Holy basil
Holy Basil is rich in magnesium, an often overlooked mineral that is essential for hundreds of chemical processes within the human body. *When applied to hair and scalp as an herbal rinse, basil acts as an anti-inflammatory, strengthens hair against breakage, and improves circulation in the hair follicles which helps to stimulate growth.
HOW TO USE - Get a handful of fresh Holy basil leaves and boil in 4 cups of clean water in a pot over low heat for 10 minutes. Allow this to cool, then strain out the leaves. Use this as a rinse on your hair either after washing or after conditioning your hair.

FENUGREEK
Fenugreek
Fenugreek is a vitamin-rich herb that helps to improve circulation and stimulate hair growth.
HOW TO USE - Fenugreek seeds should be soaked in water overnight then ground into a fine paste. Soak 2 tablespoons of fenugreek seeds in 1 cup of water overnight.

Apply this fenugreek paste directly to the scalp or mixed with Greek yogurt for the added benefit of lactic acid, an alpha-hydroxy exfoliant. Allow this mixture to soak in for at least thirty minutes before cleansing the scalp.-Soak 2 tablespoons of fenugreek seeds in 1 cup of water overnight. Strain out the seeds and use the liquid as a hair rinse.

FLAXSEED
Flaxseed
Flaxseed (also known as linseed) is full of fatty-acids and anti-oxidants which help to remove toxins and dead cells from the scalp.
HOW TO USE - Boil 3 tablespoons of ground flax seeds in water to form a soothing gel that can be applied to scalp and hair as a moisturizer that can help to stimulate growth and improve the strength of existing hair.

GINGER ROOT
Ginger root
Ginger root oil increases circulation in hair follicles, promoting stronger and faster growth. Ginger root is also an anti-septic and moisturizer, making it excellent for clearing up dandruff and other skin conditions which may interfere with healthy hair growth.

HOW TO USE - Peel, wash and grate a 2-inch piece of ginger root. Squeeze out the juice and massage into the scalp to treat dandruff and itchy scalp.-The ginger juice can also be added to shampoos as needed for washing hair or into a small amount of hair conditioner

SORREL [HIBISCUS SABDARIFFA]
Sorrel
Sorrel flowers contains vitamins and anti-oxidants that improve scalp and hair health.
HOW TO USE - Add half a cup of fresh or dried blossoms to one cup of coconut oil and grind into a fine paste.
When applied to scalp and hair regularly, this mixture increases hair growth while at the same time warding off premature greying and dandruff. For best results, allow mixture to soak into scalp and hair for at least two hours.

ROSEMARY
Rosemary
Rosemarinus officianalis is an evergreen herb, and can be found in the spice section of most supermarkets. Rosemary oil is vitamin-rich, anti-bacterial, anti-oxidant, and by far one of the most popular and effective herbs for scalp health and hair growth.
HOW TO USE - Boil 2 tablespoons of dried Rosemary leaves in 2 cups of water on very low heat for 20 minutes. Allow this to cool, then strain out the leaves. The tea can be used as a final rinse after washing and conditioning your hair. Massage one to two teaspoons of rosemary oil directly into the scalp or mix with other oils to create a conditioning scalp treatment.

THYME
Thyme
Thymus vulgaris is known to have anti-septic and anti-fungal properties. Thyme also contains minerals magnesium, potassium, and selenium which are known to promote stronger hair growth.
HOW TO USE - Thyme oil can be mixed with a carrier oil and applied to hair, Steep 2 tablespoons of dried thyme in warm water for 15 minutes to create a herbal rinse that can be used on hair after washing and conditioning.


You don't have to use everything. Remember to keep your hair care regimen simple. Consistency is the key to healthier, longer hair. Choose one or two herbs and use them as staples in your regimen.

Thursday, July 19, 2018

MORINGA SHEA MIX FOR HAIR

By On 6:34 PM
Moringa

Are you experiencing receding hairline, traction Alopecia, stunt hair growth, severe hair breakage, thinning of hair, damaged hair? Then this Moringa Shea Mix is here to help.

This super combo of moringa powder and sheabutter is fortified with

▪Fatty Acids
▪Vitamin A, C, B6, B2, B3
▪Biotin
▪Inostinol,
▪Folic Acid,
▪Minerals
▪Amino Acids

They boost the formation of hair, regrowth, strengthens the hair, prevents hair loss and repairs damaged and dull hair.

INGREDIENTS
▪3tbs sheabutter

▪1/2 teaspoon of moringa powder

▪2tbs of aloe vera gel

▪2tbs of castor oil

▪1tbs of olive oil

▪3 drops of eucalyptus oil(optional)

PROCEDURE
1.Combine all ingredients in a bowel, using a stick blender, hand mixer or wooden spoon and whip thoroughly till whole ingredients combines well giving you a creamy consistency.

2.Return your mix into an air tight container and use daily for maximum result.

GENERAL NOTE
The Moringa Sheamix has got protein in it due to the moringa present. I however suggest you avoid applying it on the all over your hair after a protein deep conditioner, best you apply only on affected area if you are experiencing traction aloepicia or receeding hair line but apart from a protein Deep Conditioning day, it's ok to apply on the full hair.

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