Summer Wash Day Essentials: The Uniqurl Edition

Posted on June 12 2019

Summer Wash Day Essentials: The Uniqurl Edition

Summer is right around the corner and you know what that means, finding that perfect combo of wash day essentials. But not to worry, we've done all the hard work for you to give you the best products for a bomb summer wash day routine.
See how easy our Aloe Collection can help you keep your tresses protected from the summer sun.



A great wash day always starts with a shampoo - the foam master. It removes all the dirt, debris, and oils from the previous week. Starting with freshly cleansed hair not only feels great but is also your natural hairs weekly reset, but will also give the rest of the products you will use next a chance to absorb more. 

Our Aloe Mint Supreme Moisture Cleansing Shampoo is a gentle yet powerful formula infused with nourishing Argan Oil, Shea Butter, and Aloe Vera to ensure your strands remain soft and pliable without leaving your hair feeling stripped. It will reveal your natural curl pattern by cleansing away scalp and hair build-up while restoring moisture.



Each week you want to make sure that you deep condition with some sort of conditioning treatment or masque. You want to make sure your hair cuticles are recovered and packed with moisture, so when you do go outside your tresses are fully hydrated and moisturized. You can condition with or without heat (the longer the better). Using indirect heat helps the hair cuticle open up to allow the conditioner to penetrate the hair shaft and give your tresses some TLC, making your hair shiner, less dense, stronger and improving the overall health of your hair.

Our Aloe Mint Moisturizing and Silkening Deep Conditioner is the minty and slippery deep conditioner you have to try, infused with Biotin and Peppermint to stimulate your scalp and promote healthy hair growth. The nourishing ingredients like Aloe Vera, Sweet Almond Oil, and Shea Butter help to soften hard and thirsty strands and promote moisture retention.

Uniqurl Tip: Try adding a spoonful of our Aloe and Almond moisture sealing hair oil to give the conditioner and your hair an extra boost of added goodness. Have you tried deep conditioning with a plastic cap in the natural sunlight?



Using a leave-in conditioner is the first step at keeping our hair moisturized in the high heat and conditioned throughout the day. When choosing a good leave-in, you want to make sure that water is listed as the first ingredient as this will show that the product mainly consists of water. Water has a high heat capacity which means water can absorb a lot of heat. A good leave-in can give our hair the hydration it needs.

Our Supreme Moisture Leave-In Detangler truly is 3 products in one jar. This leave-in, detangler, and styler help you easily detangle even the kinkiest hair, give you long lasting moisture, and hold your style in place until the next wash day! Made with Aloe Vera and Coconut Oil, it will give your hair that extra added moisture and hydration along with all the conditioning properties the other amazing oils like Olive and Sweet Almond Oil have to offer to protect your hair.



Not only good for the colder months, but protective styling is also great for summer time too. Let's just say it's a great way to protect our hair all year round! Whether its braids or twists, buns or cornrows, keeping your hair protected makes sure your hair cuticles are not only protected at all times but not all of your hair is exposed to the sun. This also decreases the chances of water evaporating from your hair. Who really wants to spend time doing their hair when all we want to do is go on holiday and enjoy the sunshine.

Our Aloe and Almond Moisture Sealing hair oil are infused with penetrating oils that nourish your strands from inside out. Infused with humectants it will keep your scalp hydrated and continuously provide moisture to your hair day after day.


What are some of your summer wash day essentials? Have you used our Aloe Collection yet? We'd love to know what you think.


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