Must Have Ingredients In Your Hair Care Products

While buying any hair care product one of the important factors to consider are the ingredients they are made of and the benefits of each of those. Yes! We know you are very careful about what you put on your hair and the results of it. And while at it, you may also always want to ensure that harmful chemicals like alcohol, parabens and sulfates are not part of the concoction in the products that you use. You definitely need to know what’s the best solution to your specific hair problem, so with a little help from us, here’s how to make the best pick for your hair. It’s ‘bout time you know which natural ingredients ought to be a part of your hair care arsenal and why.

1. Aloe Vera

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Out of the many benefits that aloe vera has, one of them is that it helps to repair and moisturize your hair. Yes, you heard us right. Along with being essentially healing for skin, it is a great ingredient to also get rid you of a dry scalp. Not just that, it can help to reduce dandruff too! We actually came across the African Pride Moisture Miracle Aloe & Coconut Water Pre-Shampoo that is packed with the goodness of aloe vera which helps nourish and condition the hair paired with another power ingredient coconut water which prevents hair breakage.

2. Coconut Oil

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We all know that coconut oil is the one ingredient that is used in almost every hair care product. And over time, we’ve all seen why it’s positively so. Coconut oil is one of the best ingredients to prevent and protect your hair from damage. Also, it moisturizes the scalp and penetrates deep into the hair shaft which in turn strengthens the hair from the inside out. Oh and the list of benefits of this ingredient goes on…but a key one to highlight is how it helps to combat frizz whilst hydrating your hair. Now we know why coconut oil is the hero ingredient in almost every hair care product for any hair type or texture.

3. Honey

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This one is no surprise and our experts researched and found out more on why honey is a great ingredient in many hair care products. So fill you in, it contains vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that result in moisturized hair that is smooth to the touch. In case you haven’t come across a product with honey, allow us to introduce to you the African Pride Moisture Miracle Coconut Milk & Honey Leave-In Conditioner. Okay we’ll admit that tempted by the great reviews this product received, we decided on giving this one a try. A leave-in conditioner has both honey and coconut milk – the two ingredients combined together left us with conditioned, smooth and shiny hair.

4. Shea Butter

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Shea butter is a byproduct of shea nuts. Another one of the best ingredients to condition and moisturize your hair. This creamy almost buttery consistency improves the health and appearance of our tresses. Yeah! We know you’re waiting for us to tell you about a great product that has the goodness of shea butter, right? So here goes – out of some of the best strengthening conditioners we tried, the Mega Growth Anti-Breakage Strengthening Deep Conditioner and won’t say we were surprised by the results! Because we are aware of the smoothening properties of shea butter that we couldn’t keep our hands off our curls.

5. Argan Oil

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The obvious one for last – Argan oil! It’s packed with antioxidants that are great for the scalp and the perfect solution to landing a head full of strong, healthy hair. Argan oil also helps to rid of dryness and frizz because it has moisturizing benefits that leave your hair replenished and feeling great. Here’s one ingredient that nourishes and repairs dry damaged hair and is a super value add to any hair product.

Well, now that you know what’s best for your hair, we think it’s time you start checking all your products for these ingredients. And, if you’re on the lookout for more products packed with them, read more about hair care products you can use during this lockdown period to nourish your hair.

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