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What is Co-Washing?

Co-Washing is a conditioner only wash. There are a few different applications for a co wash, so let’s talk about it!

Wet your hair, while scrubbing through your scalp with your fingers. Apply co washing product to your ends and mid shaft, rinse your scalp and hair really well. That’s it.

What are some Co-Washing Products?

There are products specifically formulated for a conditioner only wash, these products are going to be light weight, and moisturizing. A specific product is not necessary for co washing, but may prove beneficial if your current daily conditioner is a bit too heavy.

My favorite products include:

Loma Deep Condition

  • Aloe Based
  • Deeply moisturizing
  • Smells amazing
  • Adds Shine
  • Softens the hair
  • Light enough to be used every day, or in a condition only cleanse.

Davines Curl Cleansing Cream

  • Removes Impurities
  • Light Weight
  • Adds Shine
  • Tames really curly, to wavy hair
  • Makes the hair extremely soft
  • Smells amazing
  • Intensely nourishing
  • Provides elasticity, thermal protection, and volume

Who is a candidate for this?

Anyone really, but this is ideal for dry, curly, or color treated hair.

Many people are jumping aboard this NO WASH, or wash less train… that is great! Your stylist is proud!

However, one thing to consider- if your hair is extremely dry, and you do not get oily, no matter how many days you wait between washes; This is a good sign that your sebum production is low, and your hair actually may begin to feel more dry the longer you go between washes. This is where co washing comes in. Adding moisture, and vitamins to your hair between your actual shampoo is going to help rehydrate your strands and can add elasticity and volume back into the hair.

How often should I co-wash?

Some people really strive to be co-wash only, I think this takes time and you’ll certainly have a transition period. Oily days, and strange hair days will be apart of your new routine for the first bit. I typically recommend my clients strive for one co-wash between shampoos. Working into 2 co -washings between shampoos, especially if you wet your hair each day. The frequency is always going to come down to what works best for you and your hair.

If you are not sure if Co-Washing is right for you, reach out! I am happy to help!