Foundations and Care For Natural Haircare - Clear Givings Market

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Foundations and Care For Natural Haircare

Foundations For Natural Hair Care Routine No Matter Your Hair Type

Every haircare enthusiasts wish for soft, shiny, & silky hair. To fulfill everyone's wish, we are here.

There’s nothing better than a head full of luxurious, soft, shiny, beautiful hair. If gorgeous hair seems out of your reach, never fear, it’s easier than you might think to achieve. 

Just as skincare is personal, your hair care routine needs to be customized to your hair type. The salon-quality hair products that you choose will depend upon many factors, including whether your hair is naturally straight, wavy, curly, coarse, or fine and how you are styling it. Medication, supplements, diet, hydration, and heat styling can also impact hair health. All of these factors will affect the approach to a high-performance hair care routine. 

There is no one-size-fits-all method, and it may take some careful experimentation before you zero in on your perfect regimen. There are, however, some principles of hair care that everyone, regardless of age or hair type, should adhere to. As you cultivate the perfect clean beauty hair care routine for your individual needs, starting with a solid foundation is good.

Clear Givings Market store offers these tips for natural, non-toxic hair care that’s good for you.

Important Formulas To Conscious Beauty

-Cleansing- use organic shampoo treatment and condition kit

-Conditioning- smooth and detangle tresses 

-Sealing- lock in moisture with dry free hair oil or lotion

-More protection- avoid damaging your hair with heat

-Key organic haircare ingredients for your unique hair type/hair treatment

-Aging Hair 

-Chemically Treated/Exposed Hair 

-Coarse Hair

-Dry Hair 

-Oily Hair 

-Fine Hair 

-Hair Care and Coloring Products

-Hair Care Routine and Tips

-Thinning Hair

-Hair Ends

-Thick Hair 

Cleanse your hair with organic shampoo

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  1. Dry and/or curly hair benefits from shampoos with oils like argan or olive.[1] 
  2. Individuals who struggle with dandruff can use shampoos that contain fungicides like tea tree oil. Dandruff is caused by an overgrowth of yeast, and these types of treatments can help fight it. 
  3. Oily and/or straight hair are best served by natural ingredients, as synthetic ingredients can throw off sebum production. People with oily hair might further benefit from shampoo containing organic exfoliation. However, to prevent damaging the scalp, do not exfoliate more than one to two times weekly.[2]

The internet is full of claims specifying the exact number of times you should wash your hair per week. The truth is that frequency depends upon you and your hair. It also depends on the products that you use. For example, you might only want to use a deep cleaning shampoo once a week to eliminate product buildup, then switch to another shampoo type for the rest of the week. Determining how often you wash your hair will likely come down to experimentation until you discover what works best for you. It will likely be somewhere between one time per week to every other day. 

Conditioning helps smooth and detangle tresses.

Conditioner is an absolute must for any hair type. Even if you struggle with oily or greasy hair, use conditioner every time that you shampoo. This helps to protect and detangle your hair, preventing frizz-causing breakage.

There are a few different types of conditioner, the most common are those that you rinse out after shampooing or leave-in conditioners that you apply after wetting or shampooing hair. People who have straight or oily hair should try the former. Those with dry or curly hair should try either leave-in or both. Anyone with dry hair may also want to try a deep conditioner that can be applied one to three times weekly.[3]


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Regardless of hair type, using the appropriate conditioner is key. Failure to do so can result in brittle hair that’s prone to tangling and breakage. If your conditioner is making your hair heavy or greasy, try switching products to something lighter, and avoid conditioners with too many oils. You can also try applying your conditioner to only the middle and ends of your hair and avoid your scalp.

This popular adage isn’t just a saying; it’s time-tested wisdom. Have you ever noticed that when you’re feeling down, doing something as simple as getting out of bed and taking a shower can make you feel better? This phenomenon isn’t just a fluke. As makeup artist Scott Barnes said, “Looking good leads to feeling good, and feeling good leads to empowerment.” We know that perfecting your beauty routine is a process, and the effort is so worth it. Once you find the skin and hair regimen that nurtures you, you’ll feel as though you can take on the world.

Lock in moisture with hair oil or lotion

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If you have dry hair or live in a dry environment, you may benefit from locking in or “sealing” hydration with hair oil or lotion. Moisture adds a luxurious shine to your hair. 

“Sealing” is when you place a layer of moisturizing product over hair to keep the hydration in. This is an especially important step for those with curly hair. Naturally, curly or wavy hair tends to be dryer than straight hair. This is because sebum, the oil on your skin that helps hydration, has difficulty navigating the kinks and spirals of curly hair. The sebum does not get evenly distributed. By sealing in moisture, you ensure that your hair is hydrated from the root to the tip, helping to cultivate beautiful natural curls.[4]

If you have straight hair, sealing in moisture may not be as important because your natural oils can naturally be distributed evenly to the ends of your hair just by brushing it. However, if your hair is frizzy or if you heat style your hair, adding moisture will be an essential step in your hair care ritual. To avoid greasy roots, apply the oil or lotion to the middle and ends of your hair. 

Protect your hair from heat!

We recommend that people who use heat to style their hair (blow dryers, curlers, or flat irons) always use heat protection after washing and conditioning their hair. Heat damages hair by changing the shape of the hair strands. This results in weak strands. To protect your hair, hydration is important.[5]

Once hair is damaged by heat, it cannot be fixed. Therefore, prevention is key. Natural heat protectants include various oils, like avocado or grapeseed.

Haircare Tips

Feeling overwhelmed? We get it; cultivating an eco-friendly hair care routine can initially seem like a lot. We’ll simplify it for you. The foundation of hair care comes down to these key steps:

Shampoo your hair one time per week to every other day using natural ingredients suited for your hair type and environment.

Condition every time you wet or shampoo your hair. Those with oily hair can apply conditioners only at the ends.

People with dry and/or curly hair will benefit from sealing in hydration with natural oils and hair lotions.  

Anyone who uses hot tools must protect their hair from heat damage

It’s good to know that coconut oil and avocado oil are comedogenic -- they can clog pores and cause bumps and irritation to the scalp.

Other treatments will depend upon a number of factors.


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Key organic haircare ingredients for your unique hair type

Ultimately, perfection in a clean beauty routine comes down to the ingredients that work best for you and your hair. Natural ingredients are ideal for your hair and the environment; when you opt for organic products, you save your hair from damage caused by synthetic ingredients and avoid poisoning the environment with harmful chemicals. All hair (no matter what hair type) needs hydration -- it's the #1 unmet haircare need. And it's what keeps your hair looking good between washes. 

Clear Givings Market offers helpful tips to make it easier for you to make your unique locks feel and look their best. 

Deal with Aging Hair

As your hair ages, its texture may change. You may find that your once gorgeous tresses are losing volume, thinning, and not as shiny as they had been in the past. You may also find that the products you once loved are no longer working. Organic hair care will help keep your hair healthy. See our tips below for solving these challenges.

Chemically Treated/Exposed Hair

You love how your hair looks with the highlights, lowlights, balayage, or being a shade lighter/darker. Your swimming routine in a chlorine pool or salty ocean feels invigorating. But now you realize that your hair reacts differently to your ordinary routine and products. Organic products will be the best thing for repairing your hair now. See our tips for Dry Hair below.

Coarse Hair

Coarse hair is often thick, yet it can differ from what is classified as thick hair. This hair type is characterized by thick strands of individual hair, while thick hair refers to the number of strands on the head. Because coarse hair strands are quite thick, it tends to dry out more. Hydrating ingredients like honey, jojoba oil, and glycerin can be highly beneficial for this hair type.[6]

Dry Hair

If your hair is dry, you have spent a lot of time in the sun or you live in a dry environment, look for shampoos, conditioners, hair masks, and other treatments with almond oil or other oils derived from plants. Other ingredients that help to hydrate hair include aloe vera, shea butter, and mango butter.[7] 

Oily Hair


Oily hair is often the result of too much sebum production, which, somewhat paradoxically, can sometimes be the result of overwashing, especially with shampoos containing harmful chemicals. Look for products containing tea tree oil, green tea, lemon, and aloe vera. [8]

Fine Hair

People who have thin or fine hair will benefit from ingredients that promote adding volume. Individuals with this hair type often struggle with greasy hair because the natural oils on the scalp travel easily down the hair. Lifting the hair away from the scalp helps the natural oils to distribute along the hair more slowly and evenly. In this article about volumizing hair tips for women, dermatologist Francesca Fusco said, "Ingredients like vitamins B5, C, E, and sunflower, almond, and soybean all help add volume and body."

Thinning Hair

About 30 million women in the US experience female pattern hair loss. This can be due to age, stress, or environmental factors. While you can't control your age and often can't control stress, you can do a few things to help prevent hair loss. First, keep your hair healthy and hydrated. Dry hair is prone to breakage. Stop using ponytail holders or other hair accessories that can create breakage. Be mindful of your diet -- alcohol can contribute to hair loss. Foods with magnesium, vitamin C, potassium, and folate can help with hair health. You can try biotin, collagen, or even minoxidil for hair regrowth. Everyone is different, so you may need to try different solutions to find one that works for you.

Thick Hair

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Although thick hair is a blessing (and let’s be real—it truly is), dense locks also come with challenges. People who have thick hair know how easily it tangles and how difficult it can be to manage.[9] We recommend that you choose hydrating ingredients like glycerin, aloe vera, and shea oil and make use of leave-in conditioners and hair masks.

The key to fantastic hair care is in finding the perfect salon-quality products that work for you. Shopping at Clear Givings Market allows you to find natural and sustainable hair care products in one place. Shop for men’s and women’s high-performance hair care products today.

 When you look good, you feel good, and we make it easy for you to feel good while being sustainable. We can help you cultivate perfection in a clean beauty regimen that empowers you to be your very best. You have the freedom to decide what’s best for you.

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Important questions asked by our customers

1) Can we eat supplements or use scalp masks to achieve sexy hair?

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Yes, supplements and using scalp masks are great products to improve your hair quality. Make sure to find good-quality scalp masks from reputable brands. You can add supplements like biotin, zinc, and vitamin D to your daily diet. A great supplement specifically designed for hair growth, as well as improving health for your skin and nails, is the Herb + Flora Hair Supplement.

2) What is the shipping policy of Clear Givings Market?

To learn more about the shipping policy of Clear Givings, visit this page.

3) How often should we use a hair brush and a hair dryer for scalp care and to achieve hair goals?

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Brushing your scalp daily will improve the blood flow, bringing shine and strengthening your hair. It also helps distribute your scalp's natural oils to nourish your hair strands. Make sure not to use a hair dryer much, as it weakens the scalp and causes hair-fall.

4) What is hair care lotion?

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Lotion that helps hair growth and stops hair breakage is known as hair care lotion. It regenerates hair and reduce the dryness from scalp.

5) What is the best way to get beauty consulting for hair treatments?


To get beauty consulting for hair treatments, get in touch with experts with years of experience. Before consulting, check for the reviews, certifications, and years of experience before getting in touch with the experts.

6) What are the best hair care supplies / hair care essentials to get from clear givings store?


The best hair care or haircare supplies / hair care essentials to get from clear givings store are hair oils, hair moisturizer, conditioner, serum and shampoo which are premium in quality and available at best rates.

7) What to know before buying hair care products usa?

amika shampoo and conditioner ulta

Before buying hair care products USA, make sure that the product is free from chemicals like sulphate and parables as they can easily dry the scalp and cause hair fall. There are dozens of products available in the market, making it an overwhelming process.

8) Best hair maintenance products/hair nourishment products.

hair care tips

At Clear Givings, there are ample of hair maintenance products/hair nourishment products available like shampoo, conditioner, hair oils, serums and much more. .

9) What is color protecting conditioner ?

ulta perm kit

This color protecting conditioner helps keep the vibrancy cranked up on color-treated hair for up to 9 weeks. Preserve your gorgeous color while leaving your hair smooth, silky, and less prone to breakage with the help of color protecting conditioner.

10) What is deep conditioner shine treatment?

kerastase ulta

A procedure in which your hair is coated and treated with conditioner and other nourishing products. It restores your hair's moisture, strengthens it and reduces the damage caused to it by chemicals and styling products.

11) Where to buy common hair products?

Visit Clear Givings Market to get common hair products that are natural and sustainable at competitive rates.

12) When to get proper hair treatments?

shampoo products

Apply hydrating treatments after shampooing your hair but before conditioning. You can do extra treatments for an hour or overnight but you'll get almost the same benefits as doing the treatment for 20 minutes.

13) Best practices for hair care?

Use good quality hair oil.

Using warm oil is a super simple yet effective tip to nourish hair.

Opt for gentle / chemical-free shampoos.

Condition after every wash.

Use a good quality hair mask.

Protect your hair with a serum.

Avoid using heat/hair dryer on hair.

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14) Top hair color/hair coloring products to buy now?

Looking for hair color, there are ample hair coloring products available in the market. Always make sure that the hair color product you choose should be free from chemicals as they can cause serious damage to your hair.

Hair color is opted for by people across the globe to make you look more stylish and attractive with unique hair coloring products.

It is important to do some research before buying hair coloring products.


15) What are different hair types?

Hair types can be straight, curly, coily, or wavy. Hair types require different methods of care.

16) Are hair coloring products also considered to be hair care?

Hair coloring products do not count as natural hair care because they include harsh chemicals that can damage the quality of your hair and cause hair fall-out.

17) How much important is it to check for the review of products from various brands before buying a product?

When it comes to hair care, there are ample brands available in the market.

Checking for reviews is important to see if the product is worth buying. Reviews help you get an idea of what other people think about the product and can help you make a more informed decision. Checking reviews before buying a product is very important as it provides valuable information about the quality and performance of the product from other customers who have already used it.

18) How to search for best hair brands?

There are a few ways to search for the best hair brands. You can start by looking at online reviews and forums to see what other people are saying about different brands. You can also look for hair brands that specialize in the type of hair you have. Finally, you can ask your stylist or friends for recommendations.

19) What is the best hair care routine?

The best hair care routine for you depends on your hair type. For example, if you have oily hair, you may want to wash it more frequently than someone with dry hair. You may also want to use different products, such as a volumizing shampoo and conditioner for fine hair.

20) Why for some people hair care is the challenging task?

Hair care can be a challenging task for several reasons. Here are a few possible explanations:


Hair texture and quality are determined by genetics, and some people may have hair that requires more care and attention than others. For example, people with curly or coily hair may need to spend more time detangling, moisturizing, and styling their hair compared to those with straight hair.

Lifestyle factors:

Factors like diet, stress, and sleep can affect hair health. For example, a poor diet lacking in nutrients essential for hair health, chronic stress, and sleep deprivation can lead to hair that is dry, brittle, and prone to breakage.

Lack of knowledge:

Many people simply don't know how to properly care for their hair. They may be using the wrong products, not washing or conditioning their hair enough, or using heat styling tools incorrectly.

Environmental factors:

Pollution, humidity, and exposure to UV radiation can all take a toll on hair health. People living in highly polluted areas or areas with high humidity levels may need to take extra steps to protect their hair.

Medical conditions:

Certain medical conditions like alopecia or thyroid disorders can also make hair care a challenging task.

In summary, hair care can be a challenging task for a variety of reasons, including genetics, lifestyle factors, lack of knowledge, environmental factors, and medical conditions. However, with the right knowledge, tools, and products, anyone can learn to take better care of their hair and improve its health and appearance.

21) How to make haircare simple and effective?

Here are some tips to make hair care simple and effective:

Know your hair type:

Determine your hair type and texture so that you can choose the right products and methods for your specific needs. This will help you avoid using products that may be too heavy or light for your hair, which can lead to problems like dryness or greasiness.

Develop a routine:

Create a simple hair care routine that includes regular washing, conditioning, and styling. Consistency is key, so stick to your routine and be patient when trying new products or techniques.

Use gentle products:

Choose hair care products that are gentle on your hair and scalp. Look for sulfate-free shampoos and conditioners, and avoid products with harsh chemicals that can damage hair.

Protect your hair:

Protect your hair from the sun, wind, and harsh weather conditions by wearing a hat or scarf. Use a heat protectant spray before using heat styling tools, and avoid using them too frequently to prevent damage.

Eat a healthy diet:

A healthy diet rich in vitamins and minerals is essential for healthy hair. Eat plenty of fruits, vegetables, lean proteins, and healthy fats to promote hair growth and prevent hair loss.

Don't over-wash:

Over-washing can strip your hair of its natural oils and cause dryness and breakage. Aim to wash your hair every 2-3 days, or less if your hair is very dry.

Get regular trims:

Regular trims can help prevent split ends and breakage, and keep your hair looking healthy and shiny.

By following these simple tips, you can make hair care a simple and effective part of your routine, and keep your hair looking healthy and beautiful.


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