What, Where?!

Thursday, December 2, 2010


We recently got the comment below and I realised that its much better to reply to the comment via a post. So here goes.

Hi Mary and Nyash,
Just started treating my hair with the respect and care it deserves but there are so many products out there and I don't want to become a product junkie. Which products would u recommend in terms of shampoo, leave in conditioner n henna. Plus I was curious as to what brand to buy of oils, both essential and just the kawaidaz. I saw castor oil n almond oil by Ideal, and there are so many brands of glycerin. Please help because I don't want to risk causing damage to my already sensitive scalp. Love your blog cause I can find out where to buy products locally and find inspiration and motivation on this journey. Thanks

I shall approach this in sections,

Product Recommendations

Shampoo
Any Suave Shampoo (diluted of course)
Organic Root Stimulator Aloe Shampoo

Conditioners (Normal and Leave In)
Herbal Essences Hello Hydration
Suave Green Apple and Tropical Coconut Conditioner
Enliven Conditioner
Alberto Balsam Conditioner
Africas Best Olive Oil Leave In Conditioner

Henna
Nupur Henna enriched with 9 Indian herbs including amla

Oils
Use any oils from the Cooking Oil section of the supermarket as long as they are Extra Virgin, In this case these are Olive oil and Grapeseed oil
As for Castor Oil I do use the Ideal Brand which has worked well for me so far, the glycerin by this brand is also very good.

We are so very thankful for your support on the blog....loving the love we receive. I hope the information helps you and others

Happy Hair Growing


Sly Says said...

Thanks you guys. Really appreciate this.

Nyashy Washy said...

You are very welcome...hope your a follower!!

kinky_lockz said...

great info! do you have suggestions for moisturizers... butters/lotions/creams :)

Nyashy Washy said...

@kinky_lockz...I will do a post on that for sure...maybe even go to the beauty shop and take pics..gimme a few days...cheers..

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