Last Updated on September 11, 2022 by The Blessed Queens
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searching for the best shampoo for natural black hair growth? Well, today we are looking into some great shampoos that you can use to enhance your natural hair growth.
If you don’t use the right products your hair will take it’s time to grow, not that it won’t, but, let’s help it grow better!
- 1 15 Best Shampoo For Natural Black Hair Growth
- 1.1 CURLS Pure Curls Clarifying Shampoo
- 1.2 Oyin Handmade Grand Poo Bar Succulent Solid Shampoo
- 1.3 Kinky-Curly Come Clean Shampoo
- 1.4 JASON Super Shine Apricot Shampoo
- 1.5 Uncle Funky’s Daughter Rich and Funky Moisturizing Cleanser
- 1.6 Aubrey Organics GPB Shampoo
- 1.7 Motions Natural Textures Moisturizing Cleanser
- 1.8 Shea Moisture Raw Shea Butter Moisture Retention Shampoo
- 1.9 Creme of Nature Argan Oil Moisture and Shine Sulphate Free Hair Shampoo
- 1.10 Bouclème Curl Cleanser
- 1.11 Palmer’s Manuka Flower Honey Strengthening Shampoo
- 1.12 Afrocenchix Swish Sulphate-free Moisturising Shampoo
- 1.13 Aveda Damage Remedy restructuring shampoo
- 1.14 Trepadora Hibiscus Pink Cleansing Clay-Wash
- 1.15 Shea Moisture Jamaican Black Castor Oil Shampoo
15 Best Shampoo For Natural Black Hair Growth
Our black hair is so unique that finding the perfect shampoo that cleanses your hair is the ultimate goal.
The issue with many shampoos is that they often contain unnecessary chemicals that can strip natural moisture from your curls.
Since our hair is naturally drier, more brittle, and more fragile than other hair textures this can be a problem for us natural queens.
A great shampoo can make all the difference, so, here are some 15 best shampoo for natural black hair growth
CURLS Pure Curls Clarifying Shampoo
Many products such as mousses, hair sprays, oil sheens, setting lotions, and other styling products can really add up.
More buildup means you need to wash your hair frequently and that’s when a clarifying shampoo comes into the picture.
This type of shampoo is incredibly gentle, but use it when needed.
Oyin Handmade Grand Poo Bar Succulent Solid Shampoo
This is a lightly scented shampoo with a delectable herbal/citrus blend, this cleanser is full of moisturizing goodness in the form of oils and butters which makes it perfect for women with dry hair.
It doesn’t provide a lot of lather; instead, this glycerine-based bar gently cleans the hair without stripping it of its natural oils.
Kinky-Curly Come Clean Shampoo
This shampoo is dedicated to giving you the most wonderful frizz-free curls imaginable.
If you have lots of buildups, reach to this shampoo to remove buildup that can weigh your curls down.
JASON Super Shine Apricot Shampoo
This is a plant-based shampoo and sulfate-free one which is gentle enough even for those with color-treated and chemically processed curls.
use it and see how it leaves your hair soft and shiny.
Uncle Funky’s Daughter Rich and Funky Moisturizing Cleanser
This shampoo is sulfate-free but lathers up with all the foam to make you feel like your hair is getting super clean.
It works great for women with frizzy, curly, kinky, and color-treated hair.
Aubrey Organics GPB Shampoo
If your curls are weak or break easily, you may need to restore some of its protein.
Milk and soy proteins make this shampoo an excellent choice. It’s designed to be gentle on your hair while giving it a strengthening boost.
Motions Natural Textures Moisturizing Cleanser
Whether you have natural or relaxed hair, your locks will drink up the shea butter, coconut oil, and avocado oil in this rich and creamy cleanser.
Shea Moisture Raw Shea Butter Moisture Retention Shampoo
This is really a classic that could take a regular spot in your shampoo rotation. Sea kelp and argan oil combine with shea butter to restore dry, damaged hair to its former glory.
It’s ideal if you’re transitioning from chemically treated to natural hair.
Creme of Nature Argan Oil Moisture and Shine Sulphate Free Hair Shampoo
Ever since I started using this nearly two years ago, I have not looked back. A firm favorite of many UK-based curlies, Creme of Nature is a US brand that likes to place a focus on natural ingredients such as argan oil, coconut oil, avocado and olive oil in their products.
A luxurious, creamy combination infused with argan oil, this is not only a fantastic sulphate-free alternative but a brilliant bargain too.
It is super moisturizing with a sweet, nutty smell and it detangles well while giving added strength to one’s hair and scalp.
Another product with no mineral oil, sulphates, parabens, silicones, phthalates, gluten, parafin or propylene, your hair is guaranteed to be in safe hands.
Bouclème Curl Cleanser
Yet another gentle cream with a lovely fragrance. Its lack of harsh foaming detergents, which for some may strip moisture or potentially cause more frizz in the long run, is a bonus.
With a mix of natural ingredients such as magnolia leaf, spearmint, aloe vera, linseed and pomegranate, plus old favorites like virgin coconut oil and argan oil, it has a great combination of ingredients to be a curly natural’s fave.
It detangles well and is gentle enough for more frequent use, making it suitable for co-washing or a gentle everyday clean, if that’s your thing.
For those in the type 2 or 3 hair range, this could very well be your best friend.
Palmer’s Manuka Flower Honey Strengthening Shampoo
This shampoo contains natural manuka flower, honey.
It has a lovely blend of amla oil, cocoa and shea butter with enriched vitamins, essential fatty acids, and nutrients.
It provides softness, shine and really strengthen the hair follicles while it distributes very well, smoothes the hair cuticles and detangles effortlessly.
It smells like honey and fresh, though not as strong.
Lastly, the shampoo genuinely feels like silk in the hands in terms of its texture and consistency.
Afrocenchix Swish Sulphate-free Moisturising Shampoo
This gentle formula combines aloe vera with fruity essential oils to cleanse and soften dry, curly and afro hair.
Its pH balanced, scientifically formulated cleanser is gentle enough to use once a week. In addition to being free from sulphates, parabens, mineral oil and artificial fragrances, it is also vegan-friendly.
Let’s not forget the light, creamy consistency, resulting into lots of slip, which felt excellent for thicker hair.
Aveda Damage Remedy restructuring shampoo
Great shampoo with quinoa protein, coconut, and babassu which is designed to help repair damaged hair and breathe new life into it.
It’s sulphate-free and cleans your hair well without making it feel crispy, rather it is light and almost fluffy.
It also detangles well and it made your hair feel very refreshed with a smell of ylang ylang, mandarin, and bergamot oil along with pure flower essences you’ll get lost in the aroma.
Trepadora Hibiscus Pink Cleansing Clay-Wash
This is a moisture-boosting cleanser made to remove build-up with the power of pure French pink clay, this formula is created to be ultra-moisturizing while being effective in cleansing the scalp and your curls.
It has slip but it feels more like a conditioner which can be used to co-wash and for light detangling as well.
It does a great job and your hair will not feel stripped.
Clay washes are great in general and preferred by some as a replacement for shampoo.
Shea Moisture Jamaican Black Castor Oil Shampoo
The shampoo is great for natural hair making it one of the best shampoo for natural hair.
This formula cleanses and prevents damage. It also helps colored hair become softer and stronger.
There you have it, 15 Best Shampoo For Natural Black Hair Growth
What’s your favorite shampoo?
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