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FAQs

Here are some commonly asked questions…

Is it really necessary to shampoo my hair? Can I just co-wash?

Shampoo focuses on cleansing the scalp, a Conditioner is NOT meant to be applied to the scalp, it is meant to leave residue on your hair. Without washing with a shampoo, the build up can clog up your hair strands cuticles.

A co-wash can be done when you start noticing your curls are no longer poppin’ about 3 or 4 days after a wash, but is not necessary.

I am currently growing out my relaxer. Are these products suitable for me?

Yes, that is how I went fully natural. Using these products made my hair healthy and happy and it grew a lot faster than before. That meant that I was able to cut off my relaxed ends sooner than expected.

Which products do I use to achieve the LOC or LBC method?
It’s all in the order the products are applied to our hair.
LOC: Liquid=Hair Mist, Oil= Oil of choice, Cream=Moisturer
LBC: Hair Mist, Shea Cream (butter), Moisturiser
I use the LCB method: Mist, Moisturiser, Shea Cream
Can I wash my babies/toddlers hair with you shampoo and conditioner?

A babies doesn’t get dirty enough to require adult shampoo and conditioner. The Bath & Bubble Time in the Perfectly Pure Range is perfect for washing both hair and body.

Eden to Eden’s shampoo and conditioner is suitable for 6+

Some of your products don't sound natural, like Gluconolactone, Sodium Benzoate, Calcium Gluconate why is that?

When labelling cosmetic products, you have to use their INCI name. It stands for International Nomenclature Cosmetic Ingredient. So, for example, when the label says Gluconolactone, Sodium Benzoate, Calcium Gluconate it means it is a preservative fron non GMO corn.

What would you recommend for dry scalp?

I’d definitly recommend the Shampoo and Conditioner. The Shampoo has peppermint oil in it so, it leaves the scalp nice and tingly.

Also make sure that you drink plenty of water.

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