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      Low Porosity: Solve Your Low Porosity Problem!

      Low Porosity: Solve Your Low Porosity Problem!

      Have you been wondering why your natural hair products do not seem to work in "ONLY YOUR HAIR"  even though everyone else seems to raves about them?  Your problem may be low porosity.

      1.  Clarify your hair. Low porosity hair is prone to having product build up. Build up + shingle tight cuticles = sad dry hair. Use a clarifying shampoo to remove the build up and give your hair a fresh start.

      2. Bentonite Clay has been well known to help remove product build up that has come from using chemical based products on African American hair.  If you are unable to avoid use of chemical products you will want to clarify your hair before using natural products as your regimen.

      3. Condition with heat/steam. It is important to open your cuticle a bit to deep condition your hair properly.  Any good moisturizing condition can be a deep conditioner.  By using heat you are assured that the cuticle layers will lift so the interior of your strands are moisturized.


        A Good Moisturizing Conditioner can be used to deep condition Just ADD HEAT!


      Use Indirect Heat.Apply deep conditioner or herbal oil to your hair, covering it with a cap (be sure it is made to withstand heat) and applying indirect heat via hooded dryer.

      Use Direct Heat. This is done by applying deep conditioner to your hair and using direct heat from a hair steamer.

      Note: Many find these two methods to work wonders. No matter which way you decide to go it is important to deep condition your hair. Once a week is fine for most. Be sure to do so at minimum biweekly to yield the best results.

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      Use greenhouse/baggy method. The method is done to create a humid environment that forces your hair to absorb moisture. The process is pretty simple. Moisturize your hair as you normally would, cover it with a plastic cap and a beanie/snug fitting hat/hair turban/towel. You can leave your hair wrapped up overnight. You will notice, when you remove the outer layer, that the plastic cap has water droplets inside of it. The droplets form because of the heat rising from your head.

      Hair grease for natural hair: Should you still use it?

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      The path to luscious, healthy hair is often an adventurous one. Along the way, we explore countless products, draw from ancient beauty traditions, and sometimes discover the allure of simple, age-old ingredients. A topic that's gained immense traction, especially among African American beauty enthusiasts, is the wonder of natural hair grease. Does it live up to the hype? Can it truly boost hair growth? Let’s journey into the world of hair grease and demystify its allure.

      Why the Buzz about Natural Hair Grease?

      The answer? It's transformative. High-quality natural hair grease, free from detrimental chemicals and packed with Mother Nature’s essence, offers a trio of benefits: it deeply nourishes the scalp, locks in essential moisture, and serves as a shield against harsh external elements. Black hair, known for its inherent need for moisture, finds an invaluable ally in natural hair grease.

      Hair Grease and Hair Growth: Myth or Reality?

      It's rooted in reality. Trusty ingredients, such as Jamaican Black Castor Oil, Amla, and Bhringraj, have been cherished across cultures for centuries for their hair-enhancing capabilities. When present in hair grease, they work their magic to bolster growth and fortify hair strands.

      Why Black Hair Deserves a Special Touch

      Hair grease for black hair is more than just a shiny finish. It’s a recognition of its distinct texture, its unique curl story, and its inherent moisture demands. Hair grease for Black hair (hair grease for African American hair) is a great addition as well-crafted hair grease addresses these needs, ensuring not just a superficial gloss but deep, authentic nourishment.

      A Brief Science Detour: The Perils of Petroleum-Based Hair Grease

      While petroleum often finds its way into hair products for its sealing properties, it comes with a caveat. It can clog the scalp's pores, impede healthy hair growth, and create a buildup that's tough to wash out. Over time, it may dry out the hair and reduce its natural sheen. Thus, opting for a petroleum-free product like KeraVada ensures the safety and health of your hair.

      Natural Hair, Natural Grease: The Perfect Duo

      For the ladies who wear their natural curls with pride, hair grease complements their journey beautifully. It plays a pivotal role in preserving the hair's intrinsic curl pattern, minimizing potential breakage, and ensuring the tresses stay hydrated and supple.

      Discover: KeraVada Wild Growth Pomade

      Enter the realm of superior hair grease with KeraVada's "Wild" Growth Pomade. Infused with the cherished "100% African Chebe", this pomade draws inspiration from the hair legacy of Chadian women known for their enviably long and healthy locks.

      Besides its growth-stimulating attributes, this blend guarantees long-lasting moisture for protective styles. Its rich concoction of Olive Oil, Shea Butter, Organic Ashwagandha, and Organic Neem stands testament to its quality, while being pH-balanced and, crucially, free from notorious agents like mineral oil and petroleum.


      In Conclusion

      Natural hair grease isn't an old wives' tale; it’s a tried and tested companion for black hair. Embrace the potent blend of age-old wisdom and modern innovation with KeraVada "Wild" Growth Pomade. Just as the Chadian women have flaunted their long, vibrant hair for ages, you too can bask in its glory. The first step in your radiant hair journey awaits. Dive in!

      Winter Hair Care and Protective Styling

      A little chill has hit the air and many naturals are already revamping their hair regimens and trying to figure out what to do with their natural hair this winter. It’s no secret that the winter months can be harsh on kinky hair so, figuring out your options and what precautions should you take this […]

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      Ceramides: What Are They and How Can They Benefit Your Natural Hair?

      I have been hearing ALOT of talk lately about ceramides. At first I thought, they were just abother “craze” or something and didn’t pay the “talk” any attention but, after further research, ceramides are actually quite beneficial to our hair. I was also shocked when I found out that I had been using ceramides for […]

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      What to Look for in a Product Review

      With so many new natural hair companies popping up and just as many enthusiastic reviewers, product reviews are a dime a dozen these days. It can be easy to end up spending hundreds of dollars on products that don’t  work for your natural hair. Here are some things to look for you when watching or […]

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