Former Staple: Shea Moisture Coconut Hibiscus Co-wash Conditioning Cleanser

(Updated Aug 2016) My co-wash product of choice is Eden Bodyworks Coconut Shea Cleansing Co-Wash. It’s knocked the¬†Shea Moisture’s Coconut Hibiscus Co-wash Conditioning Cleanser down to a “nice to use once in a while. How I Use Shea Moisture Conditioning Cleanser I’ve only used this conditioner cleansing in one way

Staple: Eden Bodyworks Coconut Shea Cleansing Co-wash

To wash my hair, I sometimes use shampoo that’s sulfate free but mostly I use co-wash products. I don’t like to co-wash with conditioner, however. I believe that only products formulated for cleansing the hair should be used to cleanse the hair. Cleansing conditioners (or co-wash products) are gentler than

How I’m Growing My Hair Back & Then Some

It is certainly no secret to anyone who reads this blog or has followed me on social media, that I like long hair. I also like hair that falls fairly evenly. Not many a folk has hair that’s all one length and I may never actually achieve it on this

Cleansing Fine Natural Hair for Length Retention

After the pre-poo, it’s time to cleanse your hair. There are many ways to get hair clean: shampooing, mud-washing, co-washing, clarifying, and apple cider vinegar¬†cleansing. For the purpose of cleansing fine natural hair thoroughly, the one thing to keep in mind is you want to maintain some of your natural