The Best Natural Hair Products for Coils, Curls & Kinks

Spectrum Organic Virgin Coconut Oil, Unrefined

$10.99 $6.19

Virgin Organic Argan Oil for Hair & Face by VoilaVe

$39.95 $14.95

Shea Moisture Hair Color System - MEDIUM CHESNUT BROWN

only $19.50

Shea Moisture Hair Color System - MEDIUM GOLDEN BLONDE

only $19.98

tgin Moist Collection

only $54.48

tgin Moisture Rich Sulfate Free Shampoo

only $17.99

Welcome to HAIR-PRODUCTS.NET an online store for the natural hair products that suits coily, curly and kinky hair. There are many different brands of Natural or Organic hair products on the market, and we have simplified the search for you by compiling all the top brands into one store so that you can easily find all that you need to care for your hair in the best way possible. From Shampoos and conditioners to combs and accessories, we have the best.

More and more we are seeing that women and men likewise are beginning to embrace, with confidence and style, their natural tresses. We are beginning to take better care of our natural hair by taking the journey from severely damaged processed (relaxed or permed) hair to healthy afro tresses. Small mom and pop home based businesses have now grown into businesses as a result of this. There are quite a few well-known brands now on the market where the creators began mixing and developing products in their very own kitchen, today they are being sold internationally. 

On this website, you will find some of the best shampoos, conditioners, treatments, oils, colors, and accessories for Natural Hair (coily, curly & kinky). In order to maintain healthy hair, you must treat your hair with care, from shampooing to styling. We have to exercise a lot of patience when dealing with natural hair; we can't expect natural to behave like relaxed or permed hair. And the first thing we must do is to begin with a sulfate-free shampoo as there are many benefits to this choice. Regular shampoos are known to include chemicals that remove the natural oils and essentials from our hair which over time causes damage to our tresses.

The Major Benefits of Sulfate-Free Shampoo  

Shampoos that are free of Sodium Laureth Sulfate reduce irritation of your scalp. Using products that irritate or inflame your scalp will prevent you from enjoying healthy growing hair. Sulfate-Free Shampoos increases the ability for your hair to retain moisture so you don't have to deal with dried out hair after it's been washed.  The hair is better able to retain its natural oils, thus helping to keep it moisturized and healthy looking, which in turn prevents itchy scalp. Additionally, it has been found that shampoos that contain the sulfate chemical are harmful as it can eventually get absorbed by the liver as this is not good.  

Deep Conditioning and Moisturizing 

A deep conditioner should fortify the hair with moisture and protein. As hair ages it will begin to feel dry and brittle and if we aren't using the right shampoo and taking proper care they can eventually split and break. When this happens (or even before) it means that we should treat our hair to a deep conditioning. Usually, if it is not too late this treatment can remedy to problem. I know of some people who include deep conditioning as part of their regular hair regime.  It is better to prevent the damage than to neglect the hair and deal with trying to restore it. Deep conditioners have different functions, and they are identified by their name - treatment, masque, hydrating, strengthening, restorative, etc.  Moisturizing is very important to coily, curly & kinky hair.  A form of conditioner itself, this helps to keep the hair softer, looking more nourished and more manageable. 

Natural Hair Oils and their Benefits

Oils are a must have; be certain to add it to your regiment. Natural oils are great and healthy for our hair. As with shampoos and conditioners there are several to choose from so you are bound to find a few that work for you. There are lots of natural hair blog and videos that explains which oil works best for which purpose.  If you have just begun your natural hair journey we encourage you to take the time to watch as many videos as you can. You should also read as many blogs as you can, because, trust me, you can become overwhelmed.   You can find oils for hair growth, to prevent dandruff, to strengthen the shaft, to prevent frizz, the help seal in moisture, to reduce damage and spit ends. Any oil you choose will be beneficial to your hair in some way.  Just chose what’s available to you and within your budget. A few of the most popular ones are Coconut Oil, Castor Oil, Olive Oil, Jojoba Oil, Grapeseed Oil, Avocado Oil, and Sweet Almond Oil. Everyone has their favorites and after some time, you will find yours too. 

How to Care for your Natural Hair

If you are new, you may not know who to care for your natural hair in the proper way to ensure that it stays healthy and beautiful. It is important that you create a regimen, even if it is just a simple one – shampooing, conditioning, moisturizing, detangling and using protective styles. As a rule you should wash and cleanse your hair and scalp at least once every week using a sulfate-free shampoo or you can co-wash (this is washing with conditioner only). After shampooing (even when you co-wash) you should apply conditioner to your hair. This helps to strengthen your hair and retain the moisture. You should also try to deep condition the hair at least once every month. Again, this is a basic routine; you can do it at shorter intervals. After you shampoo and condition, you should moisturize your hair. Apply the product to all your hair particularly to the ends as they are the oldest and weakest and therefore the easiest to be damaged. Detangling dry hair is difficult; practice doing this on wet hair. Depending on the type of hair you have you might want to use your fingers to detangle after you have added your product; begin at the ends and work up to the roots. Finally manipulating the hair into a protective style (such as braids, flat twists and cornrows) prevents breakage and is considered low maintenance. Some women, like me, prefer to wear our hair out all the time – this is a lot of work. After some time of trying different things, you will find and determine what works best for you.