If you have been natural for a while, you surely know how important it is to keep your hair moisturized. Dry hair is brittle and breaks very easily, and if your hair is too dry, your scalp will likely have problems, too. If you’re trying to combat this problem, here are some of the best products for dry hair that you can try out.
Jane Carter Nourish and Shine contains many different butters, including shea, illipe, koku and mango, and a small amount goes a long way with this product. This works best when applied to damp hair.
Karen’s Body Beautiful Butter Love is also made from an array of thick butters and oils. It’s great for thick hair as it conditions and softens, and it also best when applied to damp hair.
Moroccan Oil Hydrating Styling Cream is a wonderful holding product that actually won’t leave your hair dry, hard and brittle. It will add an extra “oomph” to twist outs and Afro puffs.
Qhemet Biologics Amla & Olive Heavy Cream has in it distilled water, castor oil, olive oil, alma, aloe and other natural ingredients. This product is quite thick, with the consistency of a thick butter, but it does not contain any butters. You can use this while your hair is damp or dry, since it does contain water.
Miss Jessies Baby Buttercreme is one of the best products out there for dry, knotty, tangled hair. It softens, hydrates and moisturizes, and the very first ingredient in it is water. It also has wheat germ oil, cocoa butter and shea butter.
Remember, the only thing that will impart moisture to your hair is water, so whatever product for dry hair that you decide to use, be sure that water is at the top of the ingredient list. If you decide to use a homemade moisturizer, don’t forget to add water or use it on damp hair.