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Wash Days; From Clay Treatment To Co Wash

I didn't want to use a shampoo so I went in for rhassoul clay treatment again. I mixed Rhassoul Clay Honey Vinegar Jbco and applied it on my hair, covered it for some hours before rinsing. I followed up with the last bit of Aphogee 2 minutes reconstructor (I'm actually sad about that :'(:'() I topped up with the keracare humecto which is also running out smh. Fortunately for me, what is left can last about four washes. I twisted the hair to prevent it from knots and tangles when it dried. Co Wash Two days later , I used the Cantu Sheabutter curl cream to retwist the hair but that didn't turn out well at all so I Co washed with the We Naturals Hemp Oil conditioner. After that, my Auntie installed African Threading and my hair was very stretched upon take down. I love the results of threaded hair! That's my most trusted and guaranteed method of heat free stretching so you'll be reading more escapades with this technique. How was your wash Day?

Ayilo/Shile/Kaolin Clay For Your Hair

What is Kaolin clay? Omg! yes, Ayilo/shile for your hair! You should have seen my face when I made this discovery a few days ago about Ayilo or Shile which is actually kaolin clay!  Some call it white clay. This clay is the most gentle among clays. It helps clean scalp without drying. It calms inflammation and helps moisturize dry, brittle hair. It improves circulation in the scalp and removes dirt and impurities from the hair follicles which helps strengthens the roots. (source:  It's the type of clay pregnant women  love to eat and we on the healthy hair journey have been missing out on this. When I was wondering how to get bentonite or rhassoul Clay, I decided to see if we had other clays in Ghana that could be used so I save cash.  It turned out that the kaolin clay is indigenous to us in Ghana. How To Use: * Mix a wash by adding warm water to one to three tablespoons of kaolin, depending upon your hair length. The mixture should make