5 Best Products For Thin Natural Hair
I get asked this question a lot.
When we talk about thin hair we're not talking about the density of hair strands on one's head but the actual thickness of each strand of hair.
That said, the two often occur together: many people who don't have loads of hair strands on their head also have thin, individual strands of hair.
Characteristics of Thin Hair:
Below are products recommended by Neno Natural's Facebook fans that have experience with thin hair:
1. Qhemet Biologics
2. Shea Moisture Baobab & Yucca
3. Cantu Product
4. Jane Carter
5. Toni shana who is a stylist recommended, Ms Jessies products
6. Finally, Jamaican Black Castor Oil came up a few times as a product that works well with thin hair and can be added to a conditioner or used as a hot oil treatment.
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18/4/2013 02:10:55 am
Hi, thank you for the suggestions and recommendations. I also have thin hair. Some of the products you mentioned are ok. Cantu I don't care for, Jane Carter is pretty good, Miss Jessie is too expensive, and Qhemet is not sold in Massachusetts so I would use that. The one I like is As I Am Products and Dominique Republic products like Crece Pelo. The Crece Pelo is highly moisturizing. But thank you again.
28/5/2013 02:43:44 am
Thanks for the information. However I've tried using the Jamaican Black Castor Oil as well as regular Castor Oil and both made my scalp itch like crazy. I have to wash my hair repeatedly and to elevate the itching I use the peppermint oil drops with jojoba oil.
13/11/2014 06:31:52 am
I have think hair as well and I've found some of the Shea Moisture Baobab & Yucca Products to provide pretty good moisture content without weighing down my strands or yielding excessive buildup.
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