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Essential oils are a great addition to your natural hair and skin regimen.  They have great health benefits not just from an aromatherapy standpoint, but also from being applied to the hair and skin directly via carrier oils or creams.  Below is a great article breaking down the benefits of essential oils as well as how to properly use them.  Leave a comment and let me know what you think 🙂

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When you think of essential oils, you probably think of how great they smell or don’t smell for that matter. Although they are used to create great smelling perfumes, most essential oils don’t have a perfume type of aroma.

Essential oils are becoming an integral part of alternative modalities when it comes to health, skin and hair challenges. I’m sure you’re familiar with the basic essential oils such as Lavender, Peppermint, Tea Tree, Rose, Eucalyptus … you get the idea. What does this mean for you? For starters, you can use essential oils for your beauty, hair and health care needs.

For skin health:

Some of the best essential oils for skin health are Lavender, Rose, Jasmine and Geranium. In your cleansers, moisturizers, toners and serums by using essential oils, you can create products for yourself that you know are pure and good for you.

Lavender is a wonderful essential oil for minor burns. It can often help you prevent blisters and scars when used “neat” ( applied straight) on your skin.

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Healthy Scalp, Healthy Locs

Nyesha Samuel, Publisher/Master Loctician for healthylocsblog.com

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The right ingredients can make a world of difference when it comes to the results you get for you hair.  You should always make sure they are natural and that the blend you use promotes the right amount of moisture for your hair to grow. The article below list the 7 best ingredients to get healthy hair. Leave a comment and let me know what you think 🙂

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Everyone wants to know that they are putting the best of the best not only in their body, but also on their body. And when it comes to a woman’s hair, we want to make sure that we are putting the best ingredients into our hair in order to get the best results for moisture, shine, and growth retention.

You have to constantly be aware of what you’re putting in your hair to ensure that your hair is always in its best state. You are the one in control of the products you put on your hair. So, how do you know what the best ingredients for black hair care are?

Education is the key. You’ve got to put some time in and know for yourself what to look for and what to avoid.

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Healthy Scalp, Healthy Locs

Nyesha Samuel, Publisher/Master Loctician for healthylocsblog.com

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Going Natural In Your Work Environment!

by HealthyLocsApril 15, 2016

More and more women are embracing their natural hair while at work inspite of any push back they may encounter. Thankfully there are more work environments that are relaxing their policy when it comes to us being able to freely wear our hair natural in various ways at work. The article below does a great […]

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Black Hair Styles for Your Natural Tresses

by HealthyLocsApril 8, 2016

The right protective styles are a must to help your natural hair grow long and strong.  Below is an article that gives you some options on the right style for you. Leave a comment and let me know what you think 🙂 Have you gotten so comfortable with your hair that you no longer explore […]

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What Makes Your Hair Healthy ? – Black Hair Care

by HealthyLocsMarch 31, 2016

While dealing with your hair, especially in its natural state, it’s vital that your priority be focused on what is healthy for your hair.  No matter how cute the style you should always ask yourself, what is the healthiest way that i can achieve this style without damaging my hair? Below is a great article […]

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What can I use to make my hair grow? – Black Hair Care

by HealthyLocsMarch 17, 2016

Going natural is the first step to giving your hair a chance to thrive. But there is still care that is required to keep it healthy in its natural state.  The following article has great tips on what to do keep your hair healthy and grow it long.  Leave a comment and let me know […]

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Your Beautiful Black Hair; Have You Fed It Lately?

by HealthyLocsMarch 3, 2016

“You are what you eat” is how the saying goes. This is so true.  Your hair, skin and nails will definitely reflect what’s going on inside of you.  Below is an article that does a great job of telling you what you need to do internally to have healthy hair. Leave a comment and let […]

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How Does The Black Hair Care Industry Change Affect You?

by HealthyLocsFebruary 25, 2016

Change can be scary, but it can also be fantastic.  When it comes to the trends in black hair care the change has been fantastic! More and more women are opting to wear their natural hair and it is affecting the industry as a whole.  This is great because it means more options for you […]

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5 Cool Benefits Of Natural Hair Care Products for African Americans

by HealthyLocsFebruary 11, 2016

Using natural hair care products on your hair is important so that you can get the results you’re looking for.  The natural ingredients will help nourish your hair in a way products with chemicals can’t.  The article below is great because it breaks down the top 5 benefits of why using natural products is vital […]

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Using Natural Products For African American Hair Growth

by HealthyLocsFebruary 4, 2016

Using natural products on your hair is very important to help maintain the health of your hair overall.  Knowing how to use the products and which ones work best for your hair type is important as well to get the best results.  Below is a  great article that can help you when it comes to […]

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