I have been battling with dryness, especially on my ends, so I was happy this was a co-wash day. The co-wash that I use usually gives me a boost of moisture. Here are the details of the wash day.
Prepooed with a hot oil treatment made up of grapseed oil, coconut oil, and Jamaican black castor oil on my scalp and strands. Once oiled up I finger detangled, applied Eden BodyWorks DC on my strands an then wore my hot head cap for about an hour.
Next it was time to co-wash with Eden BodyWorks Coconut Shea CoWash. I really like this stuff as it has slip and cleanses without stripping my hair.
I did a green tea rinse next that was mixed with a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar. I realized I hadn't been using my ACV much anymore and wanted to bring it back into the line-up. The green tea ACV mix was applied using an application bottle so I could focus on getting it on my scalp and not my hair.
To make sure that my hair didn't get stripped of any moisture I did a quick condition with Suave Natural Infusions Moisture Conditioner on top of the green tea ACV mix and let it sit for about five minutes. Then I rinsed with cool water, wrung out my hair and then wrapped it up in a t-shirt for about an hour.
I finished drying by applying Nothing But Melted Shea Butter Leave-in Conditioner mixed with grapeseed oil and then sitting under my hooded dryer for 1 1/2 hours. Then I finished up the wash day by wrapping my hair and going to bed.
In the morning I was hoping that my ends, or the rest of my hair for that matter, didn't feel dry. I wasn't disappointed. My hair felt great. So great that I decided to curl the ends with my Caruso Rollers and wear it down. Once I got home though my hair went up in my satin cap.
What products do you use to keep your hair moisturized?