Top 3 reasons why Honey should be additive in your hair regimen

Don’t be fooled, honey not only heals sickness from colds and soothes soar throats but it also helps with the fight of our haircare battles. Here are the top 3 reasons you should be looking on the back of your hair product labels for HONEY.

freelance-formulations-oct-email

1. Shine – If your hair is anything like mine, by day 2, I’m wondering where my luscious shine went. Absorbed by the overnight protective cap or pillowcase, perhaps? Stop the battle of dull, lifeless hair. Much like a serum, HONEY acts as an additional over-laying protective barrier of SHINE. So for double protection and long lasting shine, be sure HONEY is on the label.

Product Suggestions: Live Locs HONEY Protective Shine, Carols Daughter Mimosa Hair Honey, Nubian Honey & Black Seed Heat Protect Keratin Spray

2. Moisture Sealant – Like how HONEY coats to soothe soar throats, HONEY also coats the top layer of your hair to seal in moisture. Familiar claims such as “With added moisture” or “Moisture-Infused” should be on the front of your Shampoo and Conditioner products. Moisture = Strength. Want strong, healthy hair? Moisture is key to healthy hair so make sure HONEY is an added ingredient to your hair regimen.

Product Suggestions: Pampered Roots Coconut & Honey Moisturizing Shampoo, Live Locs HONEY 2n1 Shampoo & Conditioner, Garnier Whole Blends Honey Treasures Shampoo

3. Hold – Looking for a good holding gel that is going to be both effective and healthy for your hair? Honey is one additive you can add for an effective, natural flexible-hold. Stop using these products that perform their best for the first 20 minutes but leave your hair: tight, dry, crusty and stiff- this can’t be healthy to your hair and scalp.

Product Suggestions: Design Essentials Natural Honey Curl Forming Custard, Live Locs HONEY Loc & Retwist Gel
The world is turning to natural alternatives and most people are looking for natural remedies to solve their hair care battles.

LEAVE A REPLY