Go Natural

This year make it your resolution to officially take care of your curls and show them some love by treating them to some brand-new natural products. Why is it so important to use natural products? You may ask. The reason for this is because of the many benefits that come with these natural products. Including no harmful chemicals being let into you’re locks. By using these chemical free products, you are also being kinder to the planet and more sustainable which is a bonus. Your scalp will also be far healthier as the harsh ingredients, such as, sulphates and parabens, found in everyday shampoos and other hair care products can cause serious irritation to the scalp which you may not initially notice however over time this irritation will cause breakage and prevent hair growth. Below are just some of the many natural curly hair products that we believe are worth investing in this year. 

Shea Moisture Jamaican Black Castor oil strengthen & restore hair treatment mask (£12.99). The black castor oil and shea butter are natural and effective ingredients that support hairs elasticity and reduce breakage, leaving hair soft, manageable, and shiny. The peppermint oil in this treatment helps to invigorate the scalp for a tingling experience. This mask contains no sulphates, silicones, parabens, phthalates, or mineral oils. 

Camille Rose Curl Maker Curling Jelly (£16.99). This sweet defining jelly enriched mix with smoothing marshmallow and agave extracts is melted into a gourmet oil base of coconut and pomegranate and incrusted with botanical juices of seaweed and aloe. It is completed with an enriching mixture of vitamins E and B-12 for optimum hair nourishment. 

Living Proof curl shampoo (£31.00). Defined, smooth curls start with shampoo meaning that you should cater to your coils. This excellent mixture is infused with a healthy curl complex that gently removes styling product build-up and dirt, without stripping your hair. This creation is also proven to make curls 3 times as strong. 

Written by Ella Gutfreund