Home

How Legitimate is the “Co-Wash” Hype for Women with Natural Curls ?

RBK050111_100 RBK

      There was a time when women with ethnic hair would run at the presence of water! I was one of those people.  When Relaxers, Jheri Curls and other chemical treatments were more popular to wear, women felt that water would ruin their do’s.  Today, I encourage you to view water in a different light. Try to see water as an opportunity to hydrate or restyle your curls.

 

Hydrating Co-Wash

Utilize the co-wash option in between shampoos.  Co-washing will gently cleanse your hair of mild product and dirt and allow the water to hydrate your curls, and then gently seal your cuticle.  It will not provide a deep penetrating condition but it will gently hydrate and get you through to your next scheduled cleansing day.  Co-washing will work best if you use organic natural hair care products regularly as these do not create a build up on your hair shaft.

 

Re-Styling Co-Wash

Co-washing is also great for changing your style.  Our hair is very moldable, especially when wet. Feel free to add a little hydration and prep your hair for your next look.  Most women find that co-washing can help the style last longer compared to “dry styling.”

 

So give it a try, and utilize these two options for co-washing.  You just might like it!

Tags: , , , ,


One Response to “How Legitimate is the “Co-Wash” Hype for Women with Natural Curls ?”

  1. polyimide tape says:

    Hello there, Awesome posting. There’s an situation as well as your web page throughout internet explorer, could take a look? Web browser nonetheless is definitely the sector boss along with a great element of other individuals leaves your superb writing because of this dilemma.

Leave a Reply