Lets Talk Oils
There are so many oils to choose from these days that it can be hard to know which one to start with. Let’s talk about three main oils today, to give you some background info so that you can pick the right oils for your needs. And trust me, your hair has many needs. If it’s looking dull, lackluster, or just generally not living its best life, then a hair oil can go a long way in improving the texture and health of your hair strands. If you don’t care about your hair health, trust me when I say that we already know it. The way that your hair looks is a direct reflection of your hair health.
First things first, we’re talking about oils for your hair and skin not for cooking. Although these oils can probably be used in cooking, that’s just not my area of expertise. We’re going to focus on how three main natural, carrier oils (argan oil, coconut oil, and sweet almond oil) are going to help your skin and hair. I should give a warning beforehand that argan oil is actually my favorite oil and can go a long way in truly nourishing your hair strands.
Sweet almond oil, coconut oil, and argan oil contain essential fatty acids that deeply nourish and hydrate your hair strands, for hair that not only looks shinier but feel satin-soft. Argan oil is a powerful moisturizing agent that is used in many salons to achieve that silky-smooth feeling that you get after a fresh hair cut. It also helps your hair strands to be frizz-free. Frizz is something that most people have to deal with when it comes to their hair. I know that my hair can get particularly frizzy and it’s something that I find really hard to come to terms with. That was until I found out about the powers of argan oil and tried them for myself. I find that coconut oil also works but it weighs down my strands which can cause them to look greasy rather than shiny.
I have to admit that I have never tried sweet almond oil in my hair but I’m worried that it’s also quite heavy in texture. The good thing about argan oil is that although it looks heavy and has a rich texture, it’s actually got quite a lightweight consistency on your hair and scalp. The truth is that I try not to use any oils on my scalp because it can be too much for your scalp to handle. If you don’t want your hair to look greasy then be sure not to put argan oil on your roots. The way that you use the oil can vary and you can blend it with a range of essential oils if you want. Some of the best essential oils to blend with include lavender essential oil, tea tree essential oil, and orange essential oil. These oils clarify and balance your hair for tresses that are no only soft but also balanced.
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