For the couple of you who don’t know, but a co-wash is just a conditioner, very light, that is used instead of shampoo to help cleanse the hair and scalp. For most people it’s just something they do in between shampooing. It’s the perfect time to massage the scalp, this helps blood to flow in the area and promote real natural hair growth.
This process can be very therapeutic if you’re using what she used in the video which is the Crème of Nature with Argan Oil Pure-Licious Co-Wash. This doesn’t take too long, set aside few minutes and gently massage it through your hair using either your fingers or a scalp massaging brush. Either way you’re good to go.
In the video, she allowed her hair to air dry, but you can use a blow dryer on low to go faster if you’re on a time crunch. She used the Argan Buttermilk Leave-in for moisturizer, curls definer, and frizz controller. And it helps create big bouncy curls.
The next step in the process is up to you as to how you want to style your hair. She created bantu knots, you can have them big or small, a few or many, it’s up to you at this point. Leave the bantu knots on your head for next day if you can for best result. The take down is easy. Gently unravel the knots and separate the curls slowly. This video is a great creme of nature argan oil review if you want more information on it. We don’t have a review posted for it but if you search online you’ll find many.
Check out the pics below to see the many inventive ways you can wear this. I hope you enjoy this video as much as I enjoy posting it here for you all. Comment, Share and Like. What’s your co-wash routine?
Creme of Nature with Argan Oil From Morocco Pure-Licious Co-Wash Cleansing Conditioner
Creme of Nature with Argan Oil From Morocco Argan Buttermilk Leave-In Hair Milk
Scalp massaging shampoo brush