It’s been a few months since I’ve started following a mostly ayurvedic hair care regimen. It’s a minimal way of caring for your hair as it requires single ingredient all natural items. Yet, it’s important to take any changes you make to your hair regimen slowly and in steps. Changing
Washing your hair can sometimes be a real chore (and who wants more work added to their plate). Unfortunately, it’s a necessary part of your life that needs to be prioritized if you don’t want to walk around with stinky head. Your wash day can go off a lot easier,
Do you deep condition monthly? weekly? What are the best ways to get moisture into natural hair? Should you do protein treatments even when your hair isn’t breaking? How often? These are all great questions. Ones that only you can answer for yourself as you develop your own hair regimen.
How easy is it to just trust what a product manufacturer says about their products? They give you an ingredient list and they tell you “your hair will grow” and “your split ends will be mended.” These product claims are more often than not, a stretch. Yet, we buy into