Our 5 Favorite Shampoo and Cleanser for Natural Hair (2015)

Our 5 Favorite Shampoo and Cleanser for Natural Hair (2015)

This year, we got a chance to try out some shampoo and cleansers for our natural hair. The products that we loved the best worked well for my hair and my kids' natural hair.

Aztec Beauty Indian Healing Clay "Bentonite Clay"

This product works well as a cleanser and also as a conditioner. Although you need to mix it with other items, it clarifies our hair and makes our curls pop! Click here to find the clay

How to Mix the Clay

SheaMoisture Jamaican Black Castor Oil Strengthen, Grow & Restore Shampoo

I absolutely love this sulfate-free shampoo. It is great for clarifying the hair without leaving it stripped. Click to find this shampoo.

Naturalicious  Moroccan 5-in-1 Clay Treatment

This clay created by Gwen Jimmere, the first African American woman to ever hold a patent for a natural hair product, is such a great product. It has helped in shortening our wash day. You can skip the deep conditioning process after using this product. NO MIXING REQUIRED. Click to find this product.

SheaMoisture SuperFruit Complex 10-in-1 Renewal System Shampoo

This shampoo provides great moisture to our hair and since it is sulfate-free, it does not strip our hair. It does well at cleansing our hair and restoring moisture to it. Click here to find it.

 Eden Bodyworks All Natural Cleansing Cowash

If you love cowashing your hair, then you have got to try this cleansing cowash. Not only does it cleanse, it also has amazing slip that help you detangle your hair. When we are not shampooing our hair, we cowash. Click here to get you some!!

Watch how we use this to cleanse Lil Sis's hair.



  1. Thank you for the love Sola! xoxoxo Happy New Year to you and your family!

    1. Thank you so much for reading and commenting on our blog. Wishing you and your family a WONDERFUL 2016


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