Anyhoo, as I mentioned before, clay washing calls for no products to avoid buildup, etc and Terressential's highly suggest that you only need natural organic ingredients. I was recommend oils and butters for my hair, so I have decided to use these products exclusively for 2 months and give this regimen a try.
In my previous post here, about keeping it simple, I was still using a leave-in, styling lotion and several different conditioners for co-washing, thus still suffering from a little PJism, LOL! But now, my regimen will be product free. And by product I mean no already concocted hair stuff by a manufacturer.
What I will use to maintain my hair:
- Clay Wash ( Rhassoul & Bentonite Clay)
- Oil or Butter Blend
- examples: Jojoba Oil, Castor Oil, Shea Butter, Mango Butter, Coco Butter, Coconut Oil (may make my own mixture or just choose one, I'm not sure yet)
- Water ( Rosewater, Tap water, Distilled water)
- Aloe Vera Juice/Gel
- Flaxseed Gel
That's it, Let see how this goes, fingers crossed!! I will be going from 11 or 12 items to 5, hmm! I will start this regimen as soon as I receive my clay wash and get my Devachan dry curly cut!!!
If this works, my pockets will love it, Lol and I will have product I must get rid of!!
Note: PJism still in effect, now trying to buy up every oil/butter I read about....must fight temptations, LOL!
Jojaba Oil is my absolute favorite! Not just for hair treatment, but for facial treatment too! It always leaves my skin feeling silky smooth =)ReplyDelete
I use jojoba as the base/carrier oil for my facial moisturizer. It sinks into your skin so fast yet leaves it feeling incredibly soft. My skin feels like a rose petal since i started using using it---no lie!! I can't stop touching it, that's how soft it is. I am a PJ too so I have been buying other oils (natural and organic, of course) that I add to the jojoba. I like walnut oil and emu oil, meadow-foam, rosehip---to name a few. I go for the ones that help cellular repair and wrinkles. My skin is beautiful since I started using the oils instead of the very expensive skin and face products I was using before. Oh, and I got this INCREDIBLE horsetail butter from Camden-Grey that feels like a dream, next I will try their lavender butter. Both can be used on skin and hair!!! I mix the various oils with raw organic honey to cleanse my face and that's all I need----honey by itself won't remove makeup but when you combine it with the oils it does a phenomenal job. Just LOVE going natural---wish I had years and years ago!!!!!!!!!!Delete