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How to Repair Hair Damage: Signs, Causes and Treatment

Hair damage can present itself in the form of split ends, breakage, dryness and brittleness. Extremely damaged hair can arise when cracks develop in the cuticle/outer layer of the hair, and once the cuticle lifts your hair can easily get further damaged or break. Symptoms of damaged hair are dullness, and hair that's really difficult to manage.

How To Get Rid of Dry Scalp Today

Dry scalp can often be flaky and itchy, and it’s one of the most common problems that many women with Afro hair and others face.  Wondering why you have dry scalp? Our comprehensive guide covers everything: from symptoms, common causes, and how to treat your dry scalp.

Sun Protection for Hair: Saving Your Strands from the Sun

Sun defence isn't just for your skin, in fact, sun damaged hair and heat damaged hair share most of their symptoms. Your hair feels and looks dry, thin, rough, brittle and dull. You may notice you have increased hair breakage, while your ends may be split and broken with white bits showing at...

5 Reasons to Love The Afrocenchix Essential Accessories Pack!

Excited by the prospect of styling your hair, but unsure if the accessories you are using are the best for you hair? Worry no more! Afrocenchix has launched an Essential Accessories Pack, so you can rest at ease because they are friendly for afro/curly hair – and in fact for...

Summer Hair Care - 8 Tips On How To Keep Your Hair Looking Great

Want to create the perfect summer hair routine? Look no further than our ultimate summer hair care guide...

Heat Damaged Hair: How to Prevent Heat Damage Today

Heat damage is caused by using excessive heat/heated styling tools on your hair and can make your hair feel and look dry, thin, rough, brittle and dull. You may notice you have increased hair breakage, while your ends may be split and broken with white bits showing at the ends. Heat damaged hair...

What is Dandruff? Why Do I Have It & How Do I Get Rid of It

Dandruff is a common non-contagious dermatological disorder that affects the scalp. White-yellow, oily scales of medium to large sizes appear on the hair and scalp while your skin can get very itchy and even sore.

What is Trichology?

Trichology is the name given to the study and practice concerned with the hair and scalp.  It owes its origin to the ancient Greek word ‘thrix;’ which means hair.

Grey Hair – Everything You Need to Know

Some of us pull grey hairs out the moment we spot them, whereas others dash down to the store to find the appropriate hair dye. But the fact is that the process of going grey is a natural one and it usually comes with age. That said, there’s no guarantee...

12 Ways to Make Transitioning to Natural Hair Easier

Transitioning to natural hair is the process that involves no longer using a hair relaxer, letting your natural hair texture grow and cutting off the chemically processed or damaged ends. Want to transition to natural hair but not sure where to start? Or has lockdown caused you to ‘forcibly’ transition?...

Hair Relaxers: Everything You Need to Know

A hair relaxer is a cream-like treatment that is typically used to chemically 'relax'/straighten curls and afro hair (hence the term hair relaxer). For over a century, relaxers have played an integral part of black women’s hair experience.  Many people still love the look of hair that stays straight and...

How to Care for Your Natural Hair Under a Wig 

It’s no secret how effective protective styles like wigs can be in helping to protect natural hair – c’mon, the name says it all. They’re a great way to switch up your style, grow your hair out or protect it as it recovers from conditions like alopecia. 

4 Dangers of Using Wig Glue

Many wig and lace front wig wearers use double sided tape and wig glue, which is (let’s just be honest) just straight up glue. However, there are many related dangers of using wig glue to secure wigs, affecting the health of your skin, and hair underneath your wig. Find out...

4 Itchy Scalp Treatment Products You’ll Love

Looking for itchy scalp treatment products? Many mainstream products contain artificial fragrances which can cause health issues (like asthma, eczema, muscle pain, bloating, sinus pain, fatigue, eye irritation, gastrointestinal problems, headaches, dizziness and burning or itching skin irritations). So we would recommend using products (like Afrocenchix – we never use parabens, sulphates,...

5 Reasons You Should Never Neglect Your Scalp

At Afrocenchix, we always stress the importance of a balanced hair care routine because it's crucial for a healthy scalp. We like to think of our scalp as an extension of our face, and when you start to think of your scalp like this you begin to see things from...

5 Tips for How to Stop an Itchy Scalp ASAP

Wondering how to stop an itchy scalp? At Afrocenchix, we always focus on creating and maintaining a healthy hair care routine because it’s vital to maintain a healthy scalp. Read on to discover five tips to help stop your itchy scalp in its tracks.