what is co washing natural hair?

Below is the answer to the question: what is co washing natural hair? You will find a definition and a YouTube video by DelightfulJOY on the process.

Co-washing: A method of washing your hair with conditioner only. This type of washing avoids harsh results from frequent washing with shampoos that contain detergents like sodium lauryl sulfate and sodium laureth sulfate, and helps to keep natural black hair soft and manageable.

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  1. Lydia

    Great info. I will give this a try since my natural hair gets really, really dry so I hope this can help it somewhat.

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  2. philecia walker

    first i would like to say thanks your website has been so very helpful to me, i have gone natural and trying to get my hair to grow. my is question is on the co wash do you rinse after or leave it in? the young lady never said in the video. also i have an 8 year old daughter and i have stopped relaxing her hair because they seem to make her hair fall out, i have been keeping her hair braided but she is ready for different styles. i stopped braiding with the weaves for the same reason, her hair is so soft it brakes off very bad,please help us. we are lovin our natural hair but im lost at what to do for the breakage and and extremly dry hair. thank you in advance

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  3. Adriene Fields

    Every since i started doing this along with allowing my barber take off ends only, My hair has grown faster than it ever has. I love it.

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