Not all conditioners are made equal! Some are designed for daily use, others for weekly use and yet others for less than weekly use.
To reduce frizz: leave a little rinse-out conditioner in your hair. This works best for thick or course hair, according to the Science of Black Hair.
1. Instant Conditioners
2. Cream-rinse (a.k.a. creme-rinse) conditioners
3. Deep conditioners
4. Moisturising conditioners
5. Protein conditioners
Protein reconstructors / treatments
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Ref: The Science of Black Hair, pages 78-80
30/11/2012 09:42:31 am
Can you please give a list of deep conditioners, and shampoos. because my daughter has sandy brown hair and no matter what i put in it, it still seems to be dry, and she is 9 years old. Can you tell me some protective styles to do for her hair and mine. Thanks in advance
Heather @ Neno Natural
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24/9/2013 07:52:15 pm
Hi Heather, I really like the idea of using natural products for natural hair. are you able to give a list of natural products and oils for the various conditioning types you spoke about and especially for leave in conditioners. at the moment I have coconut oil, shea butter, olive and castor oil and I will like to know what to mix with what to keep for daily or weekly use. many thanks
18/9/2014 07:00:34 am
Do you make the growth stimulator for children?
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