The Recipe for Healthy African-American Hair

January 19, 2011  |  

We hear you talkin’. In the past two hair articles, How to Grow Long African American Hair and Biggest Myths about African American Hair, you asked us, or each other, for a list of products or ingredients that produce healthy hair. Well wait no more that list is here. Here are some ingredients you need to look for, ones you need to avoid, and which products may work for you.

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  • Kollegekissez

    Aphogee Products have worked wonders on my hair! i have very little breakage and my hair is much healthier. i have thick coarse african american hair. i use the protein treatments and keratin treatments and im happy i did. i also use profectiv hair oils and lotions. these products combined with regular use of hair vitamins, has left me with healthy, thick beautiful hair with much hair growth.

  • Gabbii

    Head and Shoulders is a good product also to help your hair grow

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  • angbee84

    Qhemet Alma and Olive Heavy Cream and Qhemet Burdock Root is the best moisturers I have used…all natural ingredients and all you need is a small amount. A lil goes a long way. Qhemet also has other products that I have yet to use but I am sure they work just as good. I highly recommend this product.

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  • Darkesthourglass

    I’m about to order some of that Oyinhandmade Burnt Sugar pomade since my CD hair balm is running low. Takes about 2 weeks to get in the mail but they make it as you order it. Mizani is okay but pricy. Jane Carter shampoo has sulfates in it, probably won’t repurchase that again, but the conditioner’s decent.

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  • Kristina N

    Shea Moisture Hair Products at Target are awesome! Organic products so you don't have to worry about trying to interpret ingredients you don't understand. Also, Design Essentials is a great product line I feel people don't really know about. All of their products have great ingredients in them as well and a very extensive product line.

  • Educated09

    The Shea Moisture hair products found at Target are all natural and very good for the hair. The Shea Moisture shampoo is the best shampoo that I have ever used. I also love Alterna’s hair conditioners, especially the Organic Hemp Repair Treatment and the Caviar Conditioners.

  • CocoBabie

    Cantu is an inexpensive high quality hair care line. It was very popular during my stint working at a beauty supply store. Mizani is also excellent from the reviews I got from stylists, though it is a little costly.