Shampoos and Cleansers
Organix Cocoa Butter Shampoo: I used this weekly for my shampoo. Its a moisterizing shampoo.
Bee Mine Shampoo Bar: I use this bar to clarify every three weeks. If my hair feels heavy with product, I'll use it when needed.
Suave Daily Defense Conditioners: Co-wash condish, once a week
Hair One Hair Cleanser: Just bought these and haven't use them. Trying see if they work for my co-wash.;)
Conditioners and Treatments
Aphogee 2 Minute Reconstructor: I'm currently using this every week to get my hair back in shape after wearing wigs most of my 1st natural year.
Bee Mine Bee-U-Ti-Ful Deep Conditioner: I deep condish once a week and go between this one and two others depending on the needs of my hair. Sometimes I need a light protein, a heavy moisterizing, or a heavy protein. Bee- U- Ti- Ful is my heavy moisterizing treatment
Bee Mine Avocado Cream Balanced Conditioner: My light protein. I do 20 minutes with a plastic cap under the dryer with all deep conditioning
Burts Bees Raspberry and Brazil Nut: I use this as a medium to heavy protein deep condish.
Aphogee Keratin and Green Tea Restructurizer: I use this only after I do the 2 Minute Reconstructor and after I Deep Condish.
Motions CPR Triple Action Leave-In Conditioner: This is my creamy base Leave In that I use with the Kimmaytube Leave In Recipe
I moisturize and seal twice a day. My hair can handle it and needs twice a day M &S.
Spray Bottle with water: to make my hair pliable when M&S and added moisture.
100% Glycerin: Its been working miracles for me so far. I put about two tablespoons in the spray with water and I get the softest hair.
Palmer's Olive Oil Hair Milk: Best daily moisturize I've used this year. Its light so you can build the moisture you need in layers.
Water Bottle with a tablespoon of Bee Mine Avocado Cream Condish Mixed In: I use this when I feel my hair need a little daily protein
Eco Style Olive Oil: I use this gel for my edges. I dont do raggedy edges. lol
I used oils to seal the moisture in. I normally do a Coconut and Olive Oil mix but recently I picked up Grapeseed Oil and Avocado Oil to add to the mix.
Everything I use is for MY hair's needs and might not be for your hair's needs. I have very thick, tightly coiled hair that loses moisture very easily.
Stay Tuned for "What I Learned Being Natural This First Year"!!