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What Are Some of the best products for 4c texture hair??
Jane carter solution nourish and shine
Oddly enough, Lusters Pink Oil Moisturizer. It is like bursting a dam on your hair, it is an instant moisture infusion.
Blend mix or use as is
I mix caster oil and coconut oil. Microwave until warm and start from scalp to hair tip. This is the only thing I found that works on my daughter’s hair and keeps it from breaking. I keep oils in fridge for freshness.
Melanin hair care. I love it
I use Cantu products along with coconut oil for extra moisture.
I think that’s what my daughter texture is. I’ve tried everything. Just bought the design products. It doesn’t seem as dry and smells good So I’ll see.
Naturalicious line of products.
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Cantu leave in is pretty good. I’m using it with good results.
Coconut oil has drastically changed my hair for the better.
Qhemet Biologics…online and in some stores. The best for 4c hair.
Meille organics honey and pomegranate is awesome its designed for 4c hair
Cantu products and design essentials
Vaseline and water. Never fails
As I Am hair products definitely
Water base soluble products.
There’s always help for the 4C hair and not mine.
Water, castor oil, water based conditioner, flaxseed gel. Try to stick to natural products.
Etae products olive oil and Shea butter. That’s what I use I’m 4c and my hair is 11 1/2 inches ????????
I heard mixing olive oil and coconut oil is great for the hair
Clay washes bentonite or Rhassoul clay (mix with your favorite oils warm water and apple cider vinegar).deep condition I like tgin or aunt Jesse’s. Then twist hair set with the mane choice 24kt gold twisting gel.
Aussie 3 minute miracle conditioner works wonders and is cheap! I use it as a leave in and follow with coconut oil for hydration. The trick is really pulling products through sectioned hair to get them worked in.
I absolutely love the way her hair looks in this pic.
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