Coconut Oil and Shea Butter Benefits
This month, we are going to focus the EDEN Bodyworks Coconut Shea Collection, which takes these two natural ingredients and combines them to create five amazing products for natural hair. The combination of coconut oil and shea butter is magical for natural hair. These two ingredients combined can deliver dozens of benefits. Let’s take a closer look at five positive benefits that Coconut Shea Collection by EDEN Bodyworks products delivers to natural hair.
Hydrates and Conditions Hair
Shea butter and coconut oil are both nourishing, natural options for infusing moisture. They both condition hair and help to keep hair damage at a minimum. Need a leave-in conditioner? Products like EDEN BodyWorks Coconut Shea Leave In Conditioner that contain shea butter and coconut oil make for the best of leave-in conditioners as they can help to repair hair and replenish hydration levels. Many naturalistas use co-washing as a method to gently cleanse hair and retain vital nutrients and essential oils in their hair. It is also a way to help your hair drink in and hold moisture. EDEN BodyWorks Coconut Shea Natural Cleansing CoWash is powerful enough to remove dirt and residue that can build up on your scalp in your hair in between washes while still allowing for the right environment that will promote healthy hair growth.
Decreases the risk of natural hair damage
If hair damage is the thing plaguing you these days –whether you are trying to prevent it or overcome it, shea butter products like EDEN BodyWorks Coconut Shea Leave-In Conditioner are useful in helping you to get rid of this problem.
Treats and Prevents Dandruff
Are flakes of dandruff slowing you down? Multiple factors can contribute to dry scalp including climate, dehydration, and the environment around you. Shea butter and coconut oil contain properties that make it scalp-friendly and more than capable of bestowing your with the necessary scalp moisture to achieve healthy hair growth. Without moisture, scalp problems can occur such as flakes, irritation, and inflammation. Shea butter products like EDEN BodyWorks Coconut Shea Hair Balm can prove extremely useful in keeping your scalp healthy.
Protects Hair from Sun Rays
As women of color, we sometimes underestimate the degree of damage the sun can do to our hair. The sun is another form of heat and therefore, it can be drying. Another side effect of those ultraviolet rays is that with extended exposure is that they can breakdown the protein structure within the hair shaft, leaving it susceptible to breakage. EDEN BodyWorks Coconut Shea Hair Balm is a fantastic option for naturalistas in search of a moisturizing balm that can nourish hair and protect it from the sun’s rays. The side effect of the sun combined with any use of heat to straighten your hair can wreak havoc on those natural tresses. Thankfully, you do have the option of applying a thermal protectant like EDEN BodyWorks Natural Styling Elixir to protect your hair from the adverse effects of heat.
Prevents Split Ends
There’s nothing more frustrating to a naturalista than frizzy kinks and coils. Frizz can trigger more tangles than usual, making it challenging to keep split ends at bay. Shea butter and coconut oil have a reputation for helping you to get rid of and prevent split ends because both of these ingredients enable hair to seal in moisture and build elasticity. Hair elasticity ensures that your hair shaft is strong and not so susceptible to frizz or hair damage like split ends while also promoting curls that have a definition. In addition to products like the EDEN BodyWorks Coconut Shea Leave-In Conditioner, EDEN BodyWorks Coconut Shea Curl Defining Cream can help you retrieve those curls and hold onto them in even the most challenging of climates. The EDEN BodyWorks Coconut Shea collection offers a line of products that will aid in helping you to grow and maintain hair that is healthy and capable of managing split ends. These are just five benefits of using the powerhouse combination of shea butter and coconut oil on your natural hair. To keep up with EDEN BodyWorks, you can follow them on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and Twitter.