Tea tree oil’s anti-fungal and antimicrobial properties make it effective for treating dandruff and seborrheic dermatitis. It fights the fungus that causes dandruff without drying out the scalp. It also moisturizes and soothes the scalp, reducing itchiness, making it less dry and less prone to flaking.
While we encourage men to follow NaturAll Club's natural hair tips for the hair on your scalps, you need to switch up the playbook when it comes to your beard. You can’t just take your same products and regimen and use them on your beard, because your face skin is far more sensitive than your scalp. Whether you’re growing a beard for the first time, already have a beard, struggling to achieve growth, or only contemplating the idea, this article will provide everything you need to know.
Locs are a magnificent and versatile way to rock your natural hair, capable of elegant updos, inspirational colors and styles, and impressive length. But don't believe the common misconception that dreadlocks are easier to take care of than other styles. In order to keep your locs healthy and thriving, you need to loc down a consistent regimen that keeps them happy. Not sure where to start (or where you're going wrong?) Follow these 10 steps to achieve your LOC GOALS!
Your edges- those soft, wispy baby hairs that grow along your hairline and frame your face- are the most fragile hairs on your head. It doesn’t take much to break them or to pull them out. This means they need extra care when you wash, moisturize, deep condition, and style your natural hair. You might know this all too well, especially if you've recently lost your edges to a protective style that was too tight. But even if you have thinning or severely damaged edges, it's not too late! NaturAll Club has 10 steps to grow back your edges. And if your edges are healthy and you want to keep them that way, follow these same tips to let your edges thrive!
You may know that protein is necessary for hair growth; you may even incorporate protein into your diet or give your hair regular protein treatments. But what does protein really do for your hair? What happens if your hair lacks protein? How does protein balance with moisture in healthy hair? And what happens if your hair gets too much protein?