REVIEW | KERACARE NATURAL TEXTURES

My hair was shiny, bouncy and felt healthy. I got a lot of compliments from my family on Thanksgiving. My new growth is really soft, which says a lot since I’m almost 11 weeks post relaxer. I will definitely incorporate this into my regimen. I can’t wait to see what it does to my freshly relaxed hair! I’ve been using KeraCare products for a few years but it wasn’t until last year that I realised how extensive their product range actually is.

There’s so much to suit different textures and conditions of afro hair. I’ll be reviewing various KeraCare products over the coming weeks and I thought I’d kick off my first review with the KeraCare Natural Textures* line. I had my first taste of the Natural Textures products back in November after attending a Blogger Breakfast with Dr Ali Syed and I fell in love with a few of them instantly. I’m most familiar with these KeraCare products and they’ve been tried and tested for several months.

Cleansing Cream (£6.35/240ml)* As much as I love that squeaky clean feeling, most dry or curly hair types can’t take that regular lather, rinse and repeat. This sulphate-free shampoo is a gentle cleanser which removes product build-up without stripping the hair. The shampoo texture is quite thick, resembling a conditioner. As a result, it leaves my hair very soft, moisturised and distinctly less frizzy after using which is always a plus. It doesn’t give me that deep clean feeling, so when I need to clarify my hair from build-up I prefer to use a stronger product (like KeraCare 1st Lather Shampoo) first.

Leave-In Conditioner (£5.75/240ml)* This is a product I’ve come to rely on a lot post-wash as my roots are very prone to frizz. When my hair is about 50% dry I apply a little of this leave-in to smooth out my strands. It has a bit of slip too so it also helps ease a few of the tangles, preparing my hair for the styling that’ll follow. Hair Milk (£8.85/240ml)* Without a doubt this is my absolute favourite Natural Textures product. I love milk-y textured products as my hair drops and looks flat if I use anything heavy on my strands.

This Hair Milk provides lasting moisture to my thirsty strands without leaving it lank and greasy. I’ve been using a lot of KeraCare products of late and whilst my hair has been in and out of braids over the last couple of months I thought it was the best opportunity to get to grips with a few of the KeraCare Dry & Itchy Scalp* products. Out of all the KeraCare products these have the most colourful and exciting packaging, differing from the usual luxurious all gold branding.

I was really excited to try this range as they are so visually different from many of the other KeraCare products. As the name suggests, KeraCare Natural Textures are made specifically for natural afro hair, but a lot of the products work very well for my ‘transitioning’ strands.

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3 November 2021

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