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The Benefits of Using Organic Loc Hair Products for Your Hair and Scalp

Go organic. The organic hair product industry is booming, with companies introducing hundreds of new products yearly. Yet many people are confused by the rise in organic loc hair items. 

Why are organic loc hair products popular, and what can they do for your hair? Here is your guide on answering this question and treating your hair with organic products.

Less Skin Irritation

Artificial ingredients can cause skin irritation in several ways. Chemicals can remove moisture from your skin, making it itchy and dry. Other ingredients remove the epidermis, increasing your chances of infection and scars. 

Natural ingredients don’t remove moisture or cause your skin to peel. Instead, your skin can absorb coconut oil, aloe, and other items and use their antioxidants and moisture to heal. 

You should immediately start using organic products if you already have irritated skin. Continuing to use your old products can irritate your skin further. Organic items can instantly replenish your skin and help you remove the old, abrasive chemicals from your system. 

Related: Dreadlock Itch: How to Soothe an Itchy Scalp after Working Out

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More Hydration

Dry dreadlocks are a significant problem. If you don’t treat your dry locs, your hair can become brittle, develop split ends, and lose its fullness. 

Many companies design their artificial products to treat dry hair. Their items worsen the problem or don’t offer a complete solution. 

Natural products can stop dry hair in progress and prevent your hair from drying out for years. Popular natural ingredients that hydrate your skin and hair include coconut oil and aloe vera. Also, try to find products that can treat multiple skin conditions simultaneously, like dry hair and acne. 

Do not overuse your loc hair products. Washing your hair frequently can dry it out because you will remove oils and substances that keep it moist. Follow the instructions carefully and never use too much shampoo or spray at one time. 

Are you struggling with your dried hair? Try out Lion Locs Loc Gel Moisturizer today.

More Antioxidants

Antioxidants stop the oxidation process that can result in inflammation in your skin and hair follicles. You must increase your intake of antioxidants, regardless of what hair care products you use. The best skin and hair care antioxidants include vitamins A and C and beta-carotene. 

Many natural ingredients contain high amounts of these antioxidants, especially apricot and mango extract. Most hair care products have fruit odors but use artificial ingredients that only smell like fruit and don’t contain antioxidants. Read the ingredient labels and look for all-natural products with unprocessed fruit extract or juice.

Beta-carotene is another natural antioxidant you can find in fruits and vegetables like carrots and citrus fruits. Some companies place it as a color additive in their dyes and shampoos, so purchase a beta-carotene dye if you want to dye your hair. Beta-carotene is yellow or orange, creating a striking appearance in your hair.

More Protective Oils

Your hair produces oils that lubricate the scalp and hair follicles, making your hair seem fuller and more colorful. Artificial products can strip your hair of these natural oils. They don’t allow your hair to replenish the oils, which can dry your hair out and irritate your skin. Natural ingredients keep the oils in place and help your hair replenish its supplies. They can open up your pores, allowing follicles to drain. 

Too much oil on your skin can create acne and make it harder for your hair to grow. Ensure you wash your hair with water and dry it thoroughly so you don’t have oil trapped in it.

Related: How to Dry Your Dreadlocks without Damaging Them  

Safe for Damaged Hair

Nearly all organic products are safe for damaged hair. Some products can help with specific conditions like split ends, while others can solve many problems. Read the ingredients label and manufacturers’ instructions carefully to know how to use the product. 

If you have extensive damage to your hair, talk to a loctician or a hair care professional. They may recommend caring for your hair and avoiding future skin issues. Be careful with scrubbing your hair, as you may scratch your skin or twist your hair.

Looking for a two-in-one product that will replenish your dry and damaged hair? Purchase 2 in 1 Co Wash for Dreadlocks from Lion Locs today.

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Safe for Dyed Hair

Organic products will not interact with the dyes in any way because the ingredients are not abrasive. As long as the dye has settled, you can start using any type of organic product, including ones with strong oils like olive oil. 

If you are worried about your hair care products interfering with dye, you should find an all-natural product made with plants that have similar colors as your hair. Besides beta-carotene, you can buy a product with a natural dyeing agent like carrot juice or chamomile. 

If you’re going to get your hair dyed, you can continue to use your organic products. Your hair should be in good condition before you put the dye in, so keep going with your hair care treatments. 

Safe for Locs

You can find hair care products specifically for locs or dreadlocks. Many people who wear locs struggle to keep their locs from unraveling. Other people notice that they have an itchier scalp or redder skin. 

Loc hair products can prevent these problems from occurring. They contain special ingredients like rosewater and salt water, which can hydrate the hair in your locs and prevent heat from drying your scalp. They can also keep your hair soft and malleable so you can put it in locs.

If you have accessories in your locs, you can continue to use organic hair care products with them. Natural oils and extracts will not damage beads, cuffs, or rings. They can restore moisture or oil that your accessories wash away or absorb, keeping your hair long and full. 

Related: Loc Maintenance 101

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