More Sites for Kinky-Curly Hair & Skin Care

Just Natural Black Hair – Natural hair and skin care products.  Those on a budget may find prices on the high end, but the ingredients are awesome.

Future Natural– Organic and Natural beauty products.  (Skin, hair, makeup, bath & body, etc.).

The Coil Review – Subscribe to the The Coil Review.  This website has valuable info for naturally coily/curly hair.  I can’t leave the site without checking out the Photos section of The Coil Review; beautiful sistas, beautiful hair.

NJOI CREATIONS on Etsy- I’m always happy to find businesses that cater to kinky-curly hair and utilize natural ingredients that nourish and protect.  I’m especially interested in the Clarifying Herbal Shampoo Bar that contains bentonite clay, which I can’t wait to try.  Samples are also available in her shop, so go check her out.

a. njoicocreamsample b. njoiherhdsample c. njoishealoesample d. njoiherbshampoo e. njoiayuroilsample

  • a.  Coconut Cream Hairdressing, 2 oz. sample size, $5.00.  Coconut Cream is first made by infusing oils of coconut, jojoba, and castor with organic tahitian vanilla beans (you’ll see little black specks in the cream) then adding it with mango butter plus vitamin e (natural preservative).
  • b.  Herbal Hairdressing, 2 oz. sample size, $5.00.  Herbal Hairdressing (aka grease) Is an enriched blend of sweet almond, olive and avocado butters and oils, infused with dried herbs like sage, nettles, horsetail and coltsfoot, honey, rosemary, lavender and tea tree essential oils also vanilla and almond extract plus vitamin e and rosemary extract(natural preservatives).
  • c.  Shealoe, 2 oz. sample size, $5.00.  Shealoe is handwhipped to a mousse like consistence. It’s a combination of unrefined shea butter and aloe butter, aloe vera juice and gel, jojoba and coconut oil, lightly scented w/lavender essential oil plus vitamin e and rosmary extract (natural preservatives).
  • d.   Herbal Shampoo Bar (Clarifying), 4 oz., $6.00.  Herbal shampoo bar contains bentonite clay which helps pull oils and toxins from skin/scalp, glycerin, coconut, wheat grem, and jojoba oils, vitamin E, aloe vera, dried herbs…coltsfoot, horsetail, nettles, peppermint, chamomile, and green tea plus lavender, tea tree, peppermint, and rosemary essential oils.
  • e.  Ayurvedic Hair Oil, 1 oz., $4.00.  A blend of coconut, jojoba and vitamin E oil (a natural preservative) infused with neem, amla, brahmi, lavender, tea tree, and peppermint essential oils.

DARCY’S BOTANICALS on Etsy – The Madagascar Vanilla Styling Creme was featured on my daily fix, Afrobella, so you know I just had to check out what other goodies were available.  I have to admit, the organic body oils also had me drooling.  Check her out over at Etsy.com.

a.  darcymdagascarcreme   b.  darcykalaharioil   c.  darcypeachoil

  • Darcy’s Madagascar Creme, 8 oz., $12.00 – Ingredients:  Organic palm oil, organic aloe juice, organic madagascar vanilla extract, vegetable emulsifying wax, beeswax, organic castor oil, organic jojoba oil, and rice bran oil.
  • b. Organic Kalahari Melon Seed Nectar, 4 oz., $12.00 – Our Organic Kalahari Melon Seed (Watermelon Seed) Oil is sourced from Africa. Watermelon Seed Oil is also know as Kalahari Melon, and Ootanga Oil in Africa.  Our Organic Kalahari Melon Seed oil is highly moisturizing and non-greasy.  It can be used as a hair and body oil.  It is a very light and naturally absorbent oil.
  • c.  Organic Juicy Peach Nectar, 4 oz., $12.00.  Peach Kernel Oil is a very light, non-greasy, highly penetrating & moisturizing oil that is excellent for ALL skin types.  Especially for those with mature & sensitive skin.
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3 responses to this post.

  1. Thank you so much for mentioning us on your site! I am truly honored. I have visited your site many times because I love how you do such a thorough review of products. Thanks again!

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  2. This is some great info, the hair products look really good. I’ve been getting into trying more natural things and these are wonderful places to start.

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  3. I’ve been trying both lines and i am a happy camper!!

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