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Make Your Own High Porosity Curl Products

by Chelsea Castonguay
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if you have high porosity curls, it can be tricky to find the right products for your strands. Therefore, it's often best to make your own. When you craft your own curl care products, you know exactly what's going into each one. As a result, you have control and can adjust accordingly. Here's how to make your own high porosity curl products. Give some of these great recipes a try. If you find one you like, let us know.

Make Your Own High Porosity Curl Products


Make Your Own High Porosity Curl Products


This is an opportunity to customize your conditioner. Pick up your favorite OGX conditioner. Pour into a bowl, and add in ingredients to create your own unique product. Some great additions are coconut oil, avocado, or jojoba oil. This will infuse your conditioner with an extra dose of moisturizing treatments.


Keeping your high porosity curls well moisturized is hugely important. Therefore, having an easy to use moisturizing treatment will make your life much easier. In a spray bottle, combine equal parts aloe vera juice and filtered water. It's as easy as that! Mix until combined, and mist throughout your strands whenever your curls need a boost.


There's no point in moisturizing if you aren't going to keep that moisture in. This topcoat will do just that. Combine 3-4 tablespoons of your favorite oil, such as jojoba, almond, or grapeseed with filtered water.  As a result, this oil will coat your curls and allow the strands to retain moisture.

Deep conditioner:

Every curly girl absolutely needs a good deep conditioner. However, many store bought ones are full of artificial ingredients. To create this fresh product, you;'ll need to combine 2 egg whites, one cup of Greek yogurt, and 2 tablespoons of olive oil. Combine, and apply evenly throughout freshly washed strands. Allow to sit for 2 hours, covered. Rinse out with warm water. Follow up with an apple cider vinegar rinse to close the cuticle.

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