The NaturAll Club Blog — ingredient spotlight





The Truth About Flaxseed for Natural Hair

What makes flaxseed so great for natural hair? Flaxseed is loaded with nutrients and ingredients that benefit natural hair, externally and internally. You can integrate flaxseed into your hair regimen with hair products, and integrating flax into your diet will also give you results. Find out four simple ways to...

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5 Sweet Reasons to Use Honey in your Natural Hair Regimen

If you’ve ever had a chance to look at our list of ingredients (look at our list of ingredients!) you’ll see that NaturAll Club loves honey. It can be found in the Damaged and Dull Hair Solutions of our Avocado Deep Conditioners (which we also love) and in the kitchens of most of our team...

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The Truth About Tea Tree Oil for Healthy Natural Hair

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.

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The Truth about Washing Natural Hair with Baking Soda

You may have heard of an alternative to shampoo: baking soda. This treatment works well for many individuals, making hair clean, revived, and softened. It is also environmentally friendly and cost effective. But other people report that a few months of using baking soda leads to dry, frizzy, damaged hair. Can you get the benefits...

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Essential Oils: Why are they essential for hair growth?

Welcome to NaturAll Club’s latest Ingredient Spotlight! Today, we’ll be exploring Essential Oils. We include them in almost all of our natural hair products, and you might use them yourself in your home. What are these essential oils? What makes them “essential”? Essential oils are concentrated plant oils, either distilled...

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Vitamin E Oil: Benefits for Natural Hair

Vitamin E is the collective name for a group of compounds with antioxidant properties. They occur naturally in some foods, such as almonds, spinach, sweet potato, and (our favorite), avocado. Vitamin E is an essential nutrient in your diet. It slows the aging process of your cells, protects against cell damage,...

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