Many conditioners and styling products formulated for the African American market contain greasy ingredients like lanolin, petrolatum, cocoa butter, waxes and oils. These quickly build up on the scalp and hair and can even stunt future hair growth. If you do use one of these heavy products, apply just a little; keep it on the hair and off the scalp. Wash your hair at least twice a week with a mild clarifying shampoo to remove the residue. Then use a conditioner, but keep it off the roots and be sure to rinse thoroughly. Avoid two-in-one products. Follow this same advice if it's just your scalp producing excess oil, and not buildup that's the problem.
If your hair is excessively oily, you can make it appear less greasy. Here are some products that we recommend:
Dax Vegetable Oil Shampoo thoroughly cleanses and conditions hair and scalp. Leaves hair naturally lustrous, silky and extra soft. Hair becomes manageable and easy to style. Will not strip color or dull hair.
Dax Plus Three natural moisturizing conditioner helps maintain healthy, natural looking hair. It leaves hair feeling soft and manageable while natural ingredients add luster and shine. Shampoo hair then apply Dax Plus Three Conditioner to wet hair, let stand for two minutes, rinse thoroughly.
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