Deep Conditioning 4C Natural Hair With A Homemade Recipe

Breanna Rutter



Tiffanie said her hair loves deep condition treatments but she's bored of just using coconut oil!


Hair Tip #1 Deep Condition Natural Hair Monthly

If you do not use chemical treatments or heat on your hair, for the most part, you should only need to deep condition your hair monthly. Those who use heat frequently should deep condition at least weekly and if your hair is colored, deep condition at least twice a month. Those who have relaxed hair should deep condition right after relaxing their hair! Deep conditioners penetrate best on freshly relaxed hair!


Hair Tip #2 For Relaxed Hair Deep Condition After Relaxing Your Hair

The intensive treatment from the chemical relaxer has raised the PH of your hair thus, expanding the size of your hair shaft at least double its size. You can deep condition after rinsing out your relaxer and before shampooing with your neutralizer or after neutralizing your hair with your shampoo wash.


Hair Tip #3 Steam Treatments with Honey, Glycerin and Banana

All of these products are natural humectants, not glycerin! Glycerin is a humectant as well but humectants are not glycerin, glycerin is the name of a particular extract from vegetables. Use products of natural ingredients that incorporate the usage of humectants when you want to deep condition your hair. Refer to my book, The Black Hair Manual and The Natural Hair Bible, if you want to learn how to make your own homemade deep conditioning products!


The Black Hair Manual: A Pocket Guide For Choosing Your Best Hair Products

The Natural Hair Bible: The 10 Commandments Of Black Hair Care


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