3 Elite Hair Care Products for Low Porosity Hair

3 WAYS YOU SHOULD BE MOISTURIZING YOUR LOW POROSITY HAIR

Curly Girl Secret #11

Written by:

CHRISTINE CAUTHEN of 21Nintey

Getting to know your hair is a process. It won’t happen overnight and your routine won’t mirror that of your friends, family, or hairspiration. So if you’ve dissected your hair type and you’re still not happy with your hair’s moisture levels, it could have to do with your hair’s chemistry. Just because you have a certain type of curl pattern doesn’t mean all hair of that type performs the same. The porosity of your hair will also have a huge hand in what products your hair prefers and how it reacts to your techniques.

If you’ve noticed product buildup as a common issue on your strands and that it takes forever for your hair to get completely soaked in the shower, you likely have low porosity hair. This simply means that your hair’s cuticle lies flat against the hair’s surface. It repels water away and is slower to let moisture in. On the up side, once low porosity hair is properly moisturized, it’s harder for that moisture to leave your strands. But getting to that moisturized point can be hard. If you’re struggling to get that moisture where it counts, try these three easy-to-incorporate tricks!

PRE-POO IS FOR YOU

Using hair-penetrating oils like Carmella Marie’s double growth oil, olive or avocado oil a few hours before your start your wash day routine can help soften the hair without adding product buildup. This is an awesome way to protect your hair from damage that might occur during the (sometimes stripping) cleansing process.

HEAT IT UP

Adding heat to your routine is a fairly easy way to help open up your hair cuticles. Although there are more aggressive ways to do so, they vary greatly on the individual. Adding a bit of heat to your deep conditioning routine is a simple trick you can use every wash day. It helps your conditioner bind to your hair, getting the most out of your treatment.

KEEP IT LIGHT

Low porosity hair can get weighed down easily with most products, so consider using “film-forming humectants” for moisturizers. This group includes aloe vera, flax seed gel, marshmallow root, panthenol, nettle extract and more. Because these products for barriers around your hair, less moisture is lost and it’s harder for your hair to become dehydrated from the elements you encounter every day.

These techniques will transform the way you moisturize your hair. If you’ve been frustrated by your hair feeling dry and brittle, worry no more.

 

See the list of Carmella Marie Elite Hair Care Products to care for natural low porosity hair daily below:

Black Castor Oil that protects hair while preventing split ends and keeping the scalp moisturized.

Jamaican Black Castor Oil Special Double Growth Oil Formula

This oil will penetrate your hair, it can because it is not thick and sticky like other JBCO brands

 

 daily hair moisturizer for CURLY HAIR with LOW POROSITY

Hydrating Hair Lotion is made with Flaxseed gel

 

deep conditioner honey hibiscus for naturally curly hair

Honey Hibiscus Deep Conditioner

Winner of the 2018 NaturallyCurly.com Editor’s Choice Award for Best Deep Conditioner in 2 categories 

Additional products: MyGel Flaxseed Gel & M2 Moisture Mist 

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