Ditch the Chemical and Embrace the Natural You with Organic Hair Products
Are you struggling with dry and over-processed hair? If you’re reading this article, then you’re one of the millions of South African women who are sick and tired of putting their hair through the ringer each day, and we don’t blame you. From over relaxing, brushing, straightening, pulling, and blow-drying, to curling and colouring – your natural hair needs to catch a break! But with all those attractive ads that urge you to buy products that are loaded with harmful ingredients, it can be hard to hard to know what’s best for your hair.
Did you know that most of all those pricey commercial products you see splashed all over those fashion magazines are laced with chemicals, which get soaked up into your scalp? These chemicals include ammonia, formaldehyde, sodium laureth sulfate, and parabens. Not only are these chemically enhanced products devastating to your skin, but they are also destroying your natural hair.
It’s Time to Go Natural with My Natural Hair
At My Natural Hair, we’re here to tell you that strong, shiny, controllable, and gorgeous full hair doesn’t mean having to use the most expensive hair care products on the market. We believe that the more we embrace our natural texture, the more we learn that natural hair care is all about nature’s own ingredients. Yes, there are hundreds of powerful ingredients found in nature, and at My Natural Hair, we’ve taken the very best and created a wide range of organic hair care products that you’re going to love.
It’s time to reduce the damage caused by years of chemical overload and breathe new life into your natural hair with our organic hair care range. Developed for modern South African women who want to embrace their natural locks, all our hair care products are formulated with the finest raw-sourced organic butters and oils. Our products are not just kind to your hair, but they are also kind to the environment.
Beautiful natural African hair needs to be cleansed without stripping it of its natural essential oils and proteins. Providing the proper pH balance, our organic nourishing shampoo, hydrating conditioner, leave-in conditioner, moisturising butter, curling cream, hydrating mask, and strengthening oils penetrate deep into each hair follicle, feeding it moisture, protein, and shine, while reducing frizz. When you use natural hair care products, not only will you never have to worry about a burning or itchy scalp, or damaged and limp hair, but you’ll also never have to dump chemicals down your drain again.
At My Natural Hair, we believe that that Mother Nature knows best, and have worked hard to ensure that your hair stays hydrated, your curls remain soft, and that your hair stays frizz-free. Your hair deserves the best, and we can confidently say that our range of organic and natural hair care products will outperform every chemically enhanced product you’ve used over the years. Place an order with us today and see why so many South African women have chosen to embrace their natural hair with the help of My Natural Hair.
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