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Which Hair Products Works Best by Kingkun69(m): 9:29pm On Aug 13
Please I need suggestions for hair products especially hair cream,shampoo conditioner etc that works best for a medium to large sized Afro
Just tell me which works best for you The price doesn't really matter (unless it's absolutely ridiculous) and should be easy to find in stores and supermarkets thank you
Re: Which Hair Products Works Best by czarina(f): 9:45pm On Aug 13
You said its Afro, so I'll assume it's still natural.

You can wash with Dudu Osun (N1,200 for a pkt) and for softness and slip, use Cantu leave-in conditioner (N2,800).

You can use Dark and Lovely Corrective Leav-in (N1,700) if you're unable find the Cantu, but I prefer Cantu because it's almost like it was made just for "Naturals".

If your hair is super-fragile (all natural types usually are) I'll recommend Johnson Baby Shampoo - No More Tears, it's really mild and also works as a humectant. (N1,000)


Then, coconut oil for added sheen but using this can be tricky as it can sometimes dry out your hair so you want to mix with olive oil (it's N3,500 for the original one but you can get the smallest bottle for N600, don't buy those things in yellow Goya bottles, they're fakes)


Lastly, there's no magic wand to grow your hair, simply find good products, incorporate a healthy hair care regimen, eat right, drink enough water and try not to be a product junkie.
Re: Which Hair Products Works Best by Kingkun69(m): 3:04am On Aug 14
czarina:
You said its Afro, so I'll assume it's still natural.

You can wash with Dudu Osun (N1,200 for a pkt) and for softness and slip, use Cantu leave-in conditioner (N2,800).

You can use Dark and Lovely Corrective Leav-in (N1,700) if you're unable find the Cantu, but I prefer Cantu because it's almost like it was made just for "Naturals".

If your hair is super-fragile (all natural types usually are) I'll recommend Johnson Baby Shampoo - No More Tears, it's really mild and also works as a humectant. (N1,000)


Then, coconut oil for added sheen but using this can be tricky as it can sometimes dry out your hair so you want to mix with olive oil (it's N3,500 for the original one but you can get the smallest bottle for N600, don't buy those things in yellow Goya bottles, they're fakes)


Lastly, there's no magic wand to grow your hair, simply find good products, incorporate a healthy hair care regimen, eat right, drink enough water and try not to be a product junkie.
thanks

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