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I have very kinky African hair (dry type) if a 4d type exists that's mine. and I am very prone to dandruff. I live in Australia and it is impossible to know how to care for natural hair. I know you have a product page but I would like you to please advise me of specific of the following:
Tavonga Hello Tavonga,
Thank you for your visit. I am happy you found us.
I lived in the Netherlands for over 10 years myself so I know what you are talking about. A cold 4-season climate can be harsh to our type of hair. And using wrong products on top of that, very often causes itchy dry scalp. Now I know that easy regular maintenance with the right products can change this for the better providing that you are a regular healthy person with a reasonable healthy diet.
The one shampoo that I can recommend because it never failed any of my customers is the Olive Soap. This wonderful shampoo cleanses incredibly well without stripping strands but actually softening the hair. It is truly a miracle shampoo.
The Detox Conditioner is another one of my highly recommended products. I have yet to meet anyone who doesn't love it instantly. What makes it special is that your hair will stay soft for days after using it and you will feel your strands getting stronger.
If your strands are really dry and you prefer a grease type of moisturizer, I would recommend the Silky Shea Hair butter. It's rich full and will never leave your strands dry. If you rather have a water based moisturizer, I would recommend the Hair Milk. It's up to you to make this choice. You know what your hair strands respond best too. Some like water better, other hair types prefer oils.
Another tip that I like to give you if you are blessed with those precious tight coiled African strands is that detangling wet while in the shower is one of the best ways to detangle hair. The tighter the strands the more delicate they are. So treat them accordingly because the main reason our strands dry out and break is because of rough treatment.