SixSickSins wrote: »
^^^Here are some of the Shea Moisture hair products I have.
Curl & Style Milk, Yucca & Baobab Thickening Shampoo, Moisture Retention Shampoo, Curl Enhancing Smoothie, and the Deep Treatment Masque.
I'll get a photo of all my oils and whatnot later.
MzzKlapBak wrote: »
Anybody nave any natural remedies for evening out facial skin tone?
JDSTAYWITIT. wrote: »
*reads thread title*
*anticipates pics of said natural beauties*
*re-reads thread title*
*sadly feels mislead*
Empress_ wrote: »
As black women we age gracefully already but for prevention and to simply maintain nice, healthy skin here are a few simple suggestions:
1. Mash a banana until it has a creamy texture and apply it to your entire face for 30 minutes, bananas have so much more going for them than just a delicious and nutritious treat.
2. Coconut oil is the best option when it comes to natural wrinkle removal, since it rebuilds our skin tissue and will also leave your face skin moisturized and feeling smooth and beautiful.
3. Pineapple juice can easily rival any treatment, in fact it is much better, because they are packed with the enzyme bromelain which naturally eats away our top layer of skin when applied topically and leaves the new fresh skin underneath.
ra-mes1 wrote: »
OK, so let me ask the ladies...my daughter is 9.Her mom is not so much into the natural products as much as she used to be and keeps getting her hair pressed (not permed per se, but still). If not that, then it's always in braids. The argument is 'well, you're not gonna take care of her hair so I have to do what's easy for me.' Girl has serious back to Africa hair--like, get her hair pressed, run in the sprinkler for 10 minutes and it's a waste of $30.
So my question is this: what products can/would you recommend that will keep her hair soft and *manageable* and easy to maintain but still naturally curly for a semi-single dad who would prefer for his child to let her hair breathe?