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TIPS for The Perfect "Natural" Hair Care

Updated on June 18, 2014

Many people, including myself have searched high and low to find just what is the secret to great hair and what are the keys to preventing all type of hair damage. Well, It has been said that there are naturally grown oils that can help promote hair growth and provide a healthy shine and body for all hair types. These three are said to be the best on the market as undeniably resourceful; "Extra Virgin Coconut Oil; Argan Oil and Grapeseed Oil".

Many people do not know the true benefits of using Coconut oil. Not only is Coconut oil is one of the best products for your hair, but the uses of Organic Extra Virgin, cold pressed Coconut oil are almost endless. It is one of the best moisturizers on the market, for hair care, skin care and it is even used for cooking. Coconut oil is extracted right from the Coconut, contains no GMO's and is edible. It also has antioxidants and is great in vitamin E.

But like any other food or skin products make sure that you are tolerant to these oils. Make sure that you are not allergic to any of them.

Next Argan Oil. I know alot of people have heard of Argan Oil but have never really known its full potential. Argan Oil is great when it comes to helping damaged hair. It is usually found in a lot of different shampoo's and conditioners, this is a good thing. Organic Argan Oil is made from an Argan nut and It is best used for nourishing the scalp to prevent flaking, and dryness, which prevents breakage.

Grapeseed Oil is said to be similar to a jojoba oil and olive oil but the benefits of Grapeseed Oil is exceptional in its own light. The omega fatty acids that grapeseed oil contains help agaisnt moisture loss. It is odorless and can be massaged in the hair with other oils to strengthen and help hair.grow.

Hair Care Tips

1. Instead of shampooing, conditioning and then rinsing your hair; reverse the process. Section off your hair into different parts, condition each part, place a plastic cap over it and let it sit overnite to reach its full moisturizing potential, then rinse, shampoo and a final wash to clean.

2. Try to use as less heat on your hair as possible. Heat really damages your hair and if your looking to help your hair grow; this is a key element.

3. Try to keep your hair as moistured as ppossible. This doesn't mean over pack your hair with chemicals and a whole lot of oil, coconut and argan oil are one of the best to use and getting an hot oil treatment every now and then won't hurt either.


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