My job enables me to work with women-owned co-operatives and female producers in Africa. Recently I received a sample of 100% pure [chemical free] Rhassoul clay from Morocco. More times than I can count, I’ve watched many of our customers buy Rhassoul for skin care purposes…but what I’ve found very intriguing is when some buy it solely to Shampoo with!
So, I decided to give it a try…
Personally, I believe that nature has given us everything. But marketing and advertising convinces us otherwise.
Have you ever wondered why silicone is bad for your hair? Read this article slowly & carefully, it may answer some of your questions.
What is silicone? Silicones are synthetic polymers.
In layman’s terms: synthetic polymers are derived from petroleum oil and made by scientists and engineers. The word POLYMER is a more technical term for plastic! Which brings me back, again, to the same question: “Why would anyone want to put petroleum oil or plastic on their hair or skin?”
Simple solutions in your kitchen
If I could credit the start of my natural hair journey to anyone, it will have to be my husband and sister. Today I’ll be sharing a recipe I learned from my sister, which I’ve altered to suit my hair. I can’t say enough about making your own recipes, for one it’s cheaper, another reason is the freedom and liberty to experiment with stuff!
For this recipe, be prepared for a messy sink or bathtub! But the results…are SOworth it.