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The Benefits of Raw Shea Butter in Natural Hair

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We've natural 4b hair and I recently ran beyond my usual daily moisturizer. With the familiarity with learning how important it really is to own my haired moisturized daily to forestall breakage I needed to get an solution to hold me over until I was able to order my favorite moisturizer. I went through the several tried in failed attempts to uncover what is proper best.

First of all Incredibly more was misting my hair with plain waiter followed by small level of moisturizer that was left. By the time my hair completely dried, my hair was hard and dry. I tried applying conditioner to my hair and water. A similar result followed: dry, hard hair.

And so i made a decision to use another moisturizer that I had around. Some appreciate this moisturizer which is even more of a moisturizing liquid spray, rather than lotion. Used by itself this moisturizer would leave my hair feeling pretty hard if it dried. The moisturizer We are mentioning could be the CURLS Quenched Curls Moisturizer.

Initially when i first used plain water to mist my hair in order that it was damp all over. Next, i took the Quenched Curls Moisturizer and sprayed several squirts throughout my hair. I massaged the moisturizer within my hair from root to tip and combed my hair with a wide tooth comb. I took a dollop of organic raw shea butter (the yellow kind), rubbed it at my hands to melt it and applied it section by section into my hair, acquiring more shea butter if required. I finally combed my hair all over again to distribute the shea butter evenly and my afro looked lovely.

Q. Even though my hair was soft now, how could it feel once that it was dry?

A. Soon after hours my hair still felt soft and moisturized.



Q. The following day?

A. My hair still felt soft and moisturized.

I had been impressed by this revelation of ways beneficial shea butter can in fact remain in black hair!

Natural raw shea butter for hair provides natural conditioner and sealant. It seals while in the important moisture into our hair, makes it strong and imparts an organic shine. Additionally you can apply it for twists and braids. I suggest dressed in black women introducing shea butter to a part of their hair care routine if you are all-natural or relaxed. The hair will benefit from this it doesn't matter what!