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00:00 5 Best hair growth oils – Intro
00: 22 Coconut oil
00: 58 Jojoba oil
01: 32 Argan oil
02: 15 Olive oil
02: 48 Castor oil
📃 Video Summary:
Are thinning of hair, hair loss, hair fall, split ends, and hair dryness some of your main hair growth issues?
If your answer is “yes,” then the simplest way to healthy, long, and lustrous hair is a regular head massage with the best hair growth oil for you.
Here are the 5 best hair growth oils:
Coconut oil works as a heat protectant that deeply hydrates hair strands.
It also protects against damage and breakage, aids in hair growth, and prevents hair loss. This amazing oil stays inside the hair instead of evaporating due to its moisture-retaining properties, making it one of the best hair treatments available. Because coconut oil is high in fatty acids, it enters the hair more deeply than regular conditioners, resulting in soft, silky, and lustrous hair. For maximum benefits, use organic coconut oil whenever possible.
This oil comes from the jojoba plant.
The chemical structure of jojoba oil is somewhat similar to sebum or the oil that’s naturally produced by the scalp. In other words, the scalp is more likely to readily accept it without showing any negative side effects.
Like coconut oil, jojoba oil also hydrates the hair deep within, moisturizing and treating the hair follicles from the inside out.
This oil also treats dandruff and dry scalp problems, as well as adds shine and softness.
Did you know that ferulic acid, fatty acids, and vitamin E, as well as antioxidants that fight UV radiation and prevent hair cell damage, are all found abundantly in argan oil? Not only will a few drops of argan oil preserve, nourish, and moisturize your hair, but it will also minimize dryness, brittleness, and frizziness, leaving your hair soft and manageable.
Because argan oil isn’t as greasy as coconut oil, it’s ideal for daily use or as a finishing oil once you’re done curling your hair.
Olive oil is rich in fatty acids, such as squalene and oleic acid.
These fatty acids or emollients create a film that coats the hair shafts, making the hair strands smooth and soft. Olive oil is also abundant in vitamin E, which protects against free radical damage caused by pollution and sunlight. Additionally, this oil functions as a natural heat protectant and conceals damaged hair strands for a smoother appearance.
Olive oil will make your hair stronger, healthier, and more lustrous.
Castor oil is extracted from castor beans and contains essential nutrients such as vitamin E, minerals, and proteins, making it an excellent oil for hair growth. The antioxidants in castor oil help support the keratin in your hair, making it smoother, stronger, and healthier. If you use this oil, make sure to get the cold-pressed version, which doesn’t involve heat during the extraction process. Pure virgin castor oil effectively helps in controlling hair loss, battling scalp infections and dandruff, including nourishing and hydrating the hair. In fact, you can also apply a small amount of castor oil to your lash line to encourage thick, long lashes.
These 5 best hair growth oils are loaded with essential oils that boast anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties, which help in combating hair fall, stimulating the scalp for growth, and more.
Combine any hair growth oil with a soothing and stimulating scalp massage at least twice a week, and you’ll have a healthy, clear scalp.
You’ll also start noticing healthier, fuller hair in no time!
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