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How to Use Co-wash for Hydrated Curls

Co-wash is one of those curly terms most of us have heard of, but maybe we aren’t sure what it means. So what is a co-wash, and how can it help your curls?

What is a Co-wash?

A co-wash is a hybrid product that is a mix between a shampoo and a conditioner. It’s more moisturising than a shampoo, and non-foaming. Co-wash contains gentle cleansing ingredients, conditioning agents and natural oils that work together to remove build-up and add moisture. If you have thirsty, frizzy curls you’re going to love it! It’s even gentle enough for daily use, perfect to use after the gym or on holiday. Co-wash is suitable for those following a no-shampoo routine or the Curly Girl Method.

Our Cleansing Co-wash has a gorgeous blend of avocado, marula, coconut and castor oils to moisturise both the hair and scalp.

How To Co-wash Curly Hair

Co-washing is very simple and such a time saver! Apply the Cleansing Co-wash to your hair as you would a shampoo, and massage into your roots and lengths. To get those lovely natural oils working to clean the hair, you do need to massage more thoroughly. Try using one of our scalp massagers to help with this! It’ll exfoliate your scalp and help to remove build-up. Detangle your hair with a wide-tooth comb, then rinse the Co-wash as normal. After this, you can apply a little Conditioner if needed, or go straight to your styling products.

For the best results, follow with our Hydrating Creme and Enhancing Gel for soft and hydrated curls. If you prefer a stronger hold, try our Mega Hold Gel for longer-lasting curls.

We recommend alternating between a gentle foaming shampoo, like our Curl Cleanser, and co-wash to keep your curls balanced and bouncing!

So you’ve taken the plunge and started a new curly hair routine to embrace your natural texture, but your results aren’t quite what you expected. If anything, your hair looks worse! What went wrong? Most of us with curly hair have experienced the Curly Transition Phase when we first started embracing our natural curls. Here’s what you can do to make this phase smoother.
Do you have curly hair and are thinking about your next haircut? If so, you might be wondering whether you need to see a "curl specialist." While it's not a necessity, choosing the right hairdresser can make all the difference for your curls. Here's what you need to know to ensure you get the best curly hair cut possible.
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