Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Using Coffee Rinse on Natural Hair (Co Wash)

Coffee Rinsse on Natural Hair
Hair after Coffee Rinse
The first time I tried Coffee Rinse was five days ago when I did my weekly Shampoo Wash. Today, I decided to refresh my hair by doing my Cowash with Apple Cider Vinegar. Here are the steps I took to do it.

Instead of using brewed coffee, I decided to try instant coffee to see if there was a difference. The coffee I tried was Nestle Classic Coffee. Ingredients are Coffee, Caramelized Sugar, and Artificial flavor.

Why did I use instant coffee? Well, I wanted to see if there was a difference to using this versus brewed ground coffee.

To see how I cowash my hair using Braggs Apple Cider Vinegar, watch this:


After cowashing, I tend pour a cup of cooled coffee on my hair, waited about 5 minutes and then rinsed with water. I skipped deep conditioning this time, just to see how my hair would do.



The difference this time was that my hair did not look as dark as it did when I used brewed coffee, however it still felt soft despite not using my deep conditioner. This could be due to the cowash conditioner or even the caramelized sugar, which as a property of caramel helps in softening the hair.

Post Wash
 I moisturized my hair using Aunt Jackie's Leave In Conditioner and sealed with Aunt Jackie's Girls E-Blast Vitamin E and Flaxseed Scalp Remedy

Shedding amount
Here is the amount of hair I shedded in 5 days; a quarter amount.

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