3 Oils To Aid Hair Growth

Hi people!

Today’s our subject is a super tip for those who are in transitioning hair, made the big chop (I’ve already said what it is here), want to keep hair healthy, or are wanting to grow hair fast, so do you want to know how? So keep reading about this 03 oils that will make up your head!

Everyone knows that our curls and curls are more delicate and therefore more dry, so the oils are our allies to make our more hydrated, since ever.

But today the subject is fast growth! So no more small talk and let’s meet those 3 oils that are the true sponsors of the Rapunzel projects out there.

Castor oil

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This oil is old known to everyone who dreams of long strands, it helps strengthen the hair and hair growth aids, is also a great anti-bacterial and antifungal, so if your hair leather show any bacteria or fungus, this oil will help against proliferation and combat these possible causes of delayed hair growth.

This oil also helps in the hydration of your wires, which will make them brighter, bulky and silky, it is also used against diseases of the scalp such as seborrheic dermatitis.

How to use:

Hydration masks –  mix with your favorite moisturizing.

Night wetness (sleep with oil) or at least 30 minutes before washing the hair, apply the oil directly to the root of the hair massaging the scalp.

Contraindication: Pregnant, lactating or suspected pregnant women can not use this oil.

Avocado Oil

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This oil is perhaps one of the greatest allies of hydration, in its properties are omega-3, linoleic acid, monounsaturated fatty acids, vitamin A (essential for hair growth) vitamin B, vitamin C, vitamin K plus vitamin E, possess Also minerals such as calcium, iron, manganese, potassium, sodium, phosphorus and zinc.

If your hair shows dryness, THIS IS YOUR OIL, it fights dryness and nourishes hair, it is one of the only oils that really has the property of penetrating the strand of hair.

How to use:

Hydration masks –  mix with your favorite moisturizing; (if your hair is more damaged, or dried out you should prioritize the use of the oil along with your favorite moisturizing mask).

Wetness – use avocado oil directly on the roots of the hair, massaging the scalp, this will stimulate the growth of the hair, let it act from 45 min to 1 hour, and wash the hair.

Contraindication: If you are allergic, test the oil on the arm and let it act for 20 to 30 minutes. If there is no allergic reaction, use the oil as normal.

Safflower Oil

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This oil has a lot of oleic acid that helps penetrate the hair, (it is extremely beneficial for your hair to be healthy), it is rich in vitamin E that is antioxidant and moisturizing, also has omega-3 and omega-9, accelerates the growth of hair leaving the strongest and moisturized, so if your hair is dry, this is the most indicated oil to nourish the hair.

How to use:

Hydration masks –  mix with your favorite moisturizing.

Wetness – Apply directly to the root of the hair  massaging the scalp, this way it will act as a vasodilator, which can help dilate blood vessels (improve blood circulation), which will result in a greater supply of nutrients to the hair follicles , promoting hair growth.

Contraindication: Pregnant women, or with suspected pregnancy should not make use of this oil, being a vasodilator this oil can cause miscarriages, women in the period of lactation should not make use of it either.

Remember that all beneficial oils for hair are 100% vegetable, and if you want to learn to remove oils from the hair without using shampoo just click here.

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Hugs and good project Rapunzel to all ❤

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