By Fran of

Here is a sec­ond set of healthy, nat­ur­al and organ­ic hair brands to check out! I made sure to include some more eas­i­ly acces­si­ble and afford­able options. Keep in mind that not all of these are 100% nat­ur­al or organ­ic. I made sure to spec­i­fy which brands are. The ones that aren’t labeled as such are still on this list because they car­ry a sig­nif­i­cant amount of healthy, eco-friend­ly ingre­di­ents and no harsh chem­i­cals.

1. Qhemet Bio­log­ics
Ingre­di­ents: All nat­ur­al and ayurvedic ingre­di­ents rang­ing from Amla & Olive to Hon­ey­bush Tea and Cas­tor Oil.
Prod­ucts: This line car­ries hair care prod­ucts that can be pur­chased at and
Price Point: The aver­age price of each prod­uct is $14.00

2. Karen’s Body Beau­ti­ful
Ingre­di­ents: All nat­ur­al ingre­di­ents rang­ing from Shikakai herbs and Rose­mary to Net­tle and Arni­ca. Cus­tomized scents avail­able for prod­ucts.
Prod­ucts: This line car­ries hair, body and bath prod­ucts that can be pur­chased at
Price Point: The aver­age price of each prod­uct is $16.00

3. Ren­pure Organ­ics
Ingre­di­ents: Nat­ur­al and organ­ic ingre­di­ents rang­ing from Coconut oil and Shea But­ter to Argan oil and Gin­ger.
Prod­ucts: This line car­ries hair care prod­ucts that can be pur­chased at, Wal­greens, CVS, Duane Reade and Rite Aid.
Price Point: The aver­age price of each prod­uct is $7.00

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I’m a nat­ur­al hair, nutri­tion and fit­ness blog­ger from New York City. Bat­tling a kid­ney relat­ed ill­ness that doc­tors couldn’t seem to fix, I became obsessed with alter­na­tive med­i­cine. After months of research­ing and final­ly cur­ing myself, it became quite evi­dent that healthy resources in our urban com­mu­ni­ties were lack­ing. I began my health & well­ness tum­blr in Dec of 2010 as some­what of a jour­nal, hop­ing to shed some light on my jour­ney to health as well as our dis­con­nec­tion with healthy liv­ing. It’s been my goal to cre­ate a safe haven where our well­ness con­cerns could be shared and hope­ful­ly cured, as nat­u­ral­ly as pos­si­ble.

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Organic Beauty

Great list, im hop­ing that organ­ic prod­ucts for nat­ur­al hair become more pop­u­lar. I still pre­fer to use nat­ur­al oils and pure water.


Hel­lo there, sim­ply changed into alert to your weblog via Google, and locat­ed that it is tru­ly infor­ma­tive. I’m gonna watch out for brus­sels. I’ll appre­ci­ate if you pro­ceed this in future. A lot of oth­er peo­ple can be ben­e­fit­ed out of your writ­ing. Cheers!


I hear As I Am prod­ucts do not work well. I was told that today because I am look­ing for a good mois­tur­iz­er because I want to dye my hair this spring.


I recent­ly saw an ad for As I Am nat­ur­al prod­ucts. Has any­one used this prod­uct line and if so what is your opin­ion?

Hi, I’m from London,UK and would just like to echo the above. If you can and you are seri­ous about using organ­ic prod­ucts, go to your local health food shop or a large whole foods, if you can. I went there, spent a cou­ple of hours read­ing labels and then tak­ing away lots of free sam­ples. I then went home, read, con­tact­ed the com­pa­nies, found to my hor­ror that most of them for what­ev­er rea­son did not test their prod­ucts on black hair and of course, the net.It will be alot of tri­al and error. But try not to wor­ry… Read more »

Afrove­da & Qhemet 4life baby!! 

and like Ogo men­tioned espe­cial­ly bc its Black owned. Got­ta sup­port your peo­ple :)


Alot of these prod­uct can also be found in RICKYS!!!


My hair LOVES Qhemet! I don’t mind order­ing online b/c I usu­al­ly catch a sale!

How does Jane Carter com­pare to Qhemet? I’m just won­der­ing but I don’t think I’d ever leave Qhemet espe­cial­ly b/c it’s BLACK owned! :-)


I make my own hair prod­ucts apart from my rinse out con­di­tion­er, that way I can tai­lor prod­ucts to my hair and save mon­ey, that makes me and my hair very hap­py.


I pre­fer to use all nat­ur­al prod­ucts. How­ev­er, when I am doing a quick co-wash, Vo5(tea ther­a­py) is my choice.

Yeah remind­ed me of aa0­conad­fer­adence Ia0went to were they teetsd homeoad­path­ic remadedies vs anti­ad­bi­adotics for mas­ta­di­tis (infecad­tion of udder). Research done by New Zeaad­ladands lead­ing cow research­es. The fig­ure Ia0re­mem­ber was that homeoad­path­ic remedy(s) proad­duced aa044% cure rate. [the anti­ad­bi­adot­ic rate was high­er about 60?–?70% but exact lev­el Ia0forget).I asked the que­sad­tion: What is the nor­mal self cure rate for mas­ta­di­tis when left untreat­ed? The answer.…. about 40%. Sudad­den­ly aa0prod­uct that was look­ing ok, turned into someadthing that was comad­plete­ly useless.However Ia0­would point out the que­sad­tions that were asked of NYR you could ask of traad­di­ad­tion­al west­ern medi­ad­cine.…. only about… Read more »
k murray

I use ONLY all nat­ur­al prod­ucts! They are some­times hard to find and I have been known to com­plete­ly read ingre­di­ents on bot­tles in stores. If there is no prod­uct list­ing online, I will not buy. My hair is doing real­ly well with all nat­ur­al prod­ucts. Some of the prod­ucts are pricey and some are rea­son­able. Cur­rent­ly, I am using Just Nat­ur­al Organ­ic Hair Care sham­poo and con­di­tion­er. And some­times, I alter­nate with Jean’s Green prod­ucts. Your 4B-C hair will love you for it!


bglh mar­ket­place intro­duced me to curls & oyin and i looooooooooove them both.


If you live in Raleigh, NC and can get to the Wal­greens across from the Wal-Mart at New Bern Ave. & New Hope Rd., I saw—I think I saw—a cou­ple of Qhemets prod­ucts there the last two times I went, and one of those trips was with­in the last 2–3 weeks. Also, I reg­u­lar­ly see Jane Carter and Kinky-Curly at the Whole Foods at Wade Ave. & Ridge Rd.


why is qhemet bio­log­ics closed right now? stores and being stocked but the online store is closed. 

does the own­er have dif­fi­cul­ties pro­duc­ing the prod­ucts?

any­way, the amla and olive heavy cream is prob­a­bly one of the best prod­ucts i’ve used. it’s one of the prod­ucts i’ve returned to after los­ing my way…lol.


UK Options:

British Curlies few of these lines, so might be cheap­er for Euro­pean Nat­u­rals. Ave­da is avail­able here, and I’ve seen Qhemets Bio­log­ics in Adorn­ment, South Lon­don.

Oth­ers I’ve seen around include

Green Peo­ple (health food shops)
Aubrey Organ­ics, which I’ve seen in small health food shops in Lon­don.
Aus­tralian Organ­ics
Burts Bees


Mari­posa Import in the Nether­lands also car­ries Qhemet.


I want to try Qhemet so bad­ly; in Ger­many also car­ries Aubrey Organ­ics and Kinky Curly. They just start­ed out though so they only have 4 lines I think, includ­ing Jes­si­curl- not sure if that’s organ­ic. Inter­na­tion­al ship­ping costs are insane, I always do a haul when I vis­it the states and hope cus­toms doesn’t stop me on my way back in cos I ain’t declar­ing jack,lol.

Adrienne Young

I LOVE Nat­ty Moist prod­ucts! It is a ver­sa­tile prod­uct that smells heav­en­ly and gives me the most def­i­n­i­tion and shine with two-strand twists:


I love Oyin Hand­made!


I like Afrove­da, are their prod­ucts nat­ur­al and organ­ic?


I don’t use nat­ur­al or organ­ic prod­ucts exclu­sive­ly, I just use what­ev­er works for me…but I do love and swear by Qhemet’s heavy cream. Love that stuff!


What about peo­ple do don’t live in amer­i­ca? I’ve checked out the major­i­ty of these “well priced prod­ucts” and they are well priced for peo­ple who live in amer­i­ca. Why should inter­na­tion­al peo­ple have to pay $30 for some­thing that is like 8oz and $10 for amer­i­cans. I don’t have the lux­u­ry of head­ing to cvs,walgreens, the vit­a­min shoppe ect. Can you please put some sort of inter­na­tion­al cheapy prod­ucts list togeth­er.


It’s not just the cost of postage that puts me off buy­ing US based prod­ucts, any item over £15.00 attracts tax at 20% plus the UK Roy­al Mail charge £8.00 as a “han­dling fee” com­plete crooks. I’d rather do with­out and sup­port UK nat­u­rals prod­ucts.
Faith in Nature are 100% nat­ur­al and do a fan­tas­tic range of sham­poos and con­di­tion­ers they are sold in Whole­foods but are cheap­er on the inter­net. Try them out.


Because of my impa­tient and chea­p­anista ways I refuse to order prod­ucts online because of the high ship­ping cost and the long wait. I buy all my prod­ucts from Whole foods- Jane carter Solu­tions and Aubrey Organ­ics, Tar­get- Shea Mois­ture, Giovanni’s and Burt’s Bees, Wal­greens- Shea Mois­ture and Ecco Styler gel.


Lol! I’m with you on that. I will say this though when you pur­chase from Vit­a­min­Shoppe online you can get a bet­ter deal than what they have in the store. Aubrey Organ­ics $8.99, 32oz Aloe Vera juice for $5, Ben­tonite Clay $5.99. They’re the only ones I will pur­chase online from.


I LOVE QHEMET so far the ONLY thing to tame my mane only thing is they STAY out of stock .… does any­one know any­thing that works sim­i­lar???


Jane Carter is also avail­able at Vit­a­min Shoppe