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Four Products to Help Transitioners

I just wanted share a few products that have really helped keeping my relaxed ends and natural roots in harmony. Could really be beneficial if you are transitioning or stretching!

The Original Edgestick for sleek straight roots
Do you use heat on your hair , well you have to get yourself an Edgestick. If you ar okay with using heat through your hair to maintain straight locks, then this is the tool for you.

However  since you are using heat make sure you deep condition regularly.

Butters for Deep Conditioning
Using hair butters in my deep conditioning regime has really helped with any dry hair issues I have experienced.
Popular Butters:
Avocado Butter 
Shea Butter
Cocoa Butter
Mango Butter

Clay, Clay, Clay for Bounce & Body
I have tried several clays sand the result is the same. At the moment I only use a teaspoon in my pre shampoo treatment and the body and bounce it give your hair is just tremendous. My roots are easier to manage and my relaxed ends have bounce and body. I now use clay once a week and I love it! 

Depending on what you want to use it for you can use it as a cleanser an replace your shampoo completely. Check the Instructions on your clay.
Popular Clays:
Montmorillo Clay, Argile Rogue Clay, Bentonite Clay, Rhassoul ClaySahara Clay, Green Clay

Natural Oils for sealing & moisture
It no secret, I love my natural oils and cannot help but tell everyone I know how much they  have helped in my hair journey. My hair has been rejuvenated. I use Jamaican Black castor Oil, Coconut Oil, Argan Oil and Jojoba Oil a lot in my regime, for sealing in moisture, for pre shampoo treatments, with my deep conditioner ( truly softens my roots)

Popular Oil: Jamaican Black Castor OilArgan OilCoconut Oil, Avocado OilOlive Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Jojoba oil

Have you tried any of these for your newly transitioned hair, your natural hair or on your relaxed hair ?

Post here, let us know about any other products you found beneficial whilst transitioning or stretching.

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