By Lojain El Shawaf
Nothing improves without proper care, dedication and exertion, which also applies to your hair. It needs some attention besides of-course, a pinch of some natural ingredients to strengthen it. Scroll down to find out more.
Most if not all women, suffer from hair thinning, especially with pregnancy and breastfeeding. The body weakens, so the hair doesn’t get the necessary vitamins. Jojoba oil contains Copper, Zinc, Vitamins C, B and E that thickens the hair and gives it volume. It also works as a great moisturizer and can tame frizziness.
Also great for hair growth, Rocca oil helps stimulate hair growth and can make it thicker and longer. It massages the scalp and makes it healthier.
The ultimate remedy to bad textured hair. Argan Oil softens the hair, it actually changes the texture completely, making it soft and smooth. It also contains antioxidants and fatty acids which increase the hair’s elasticity.
Almond Oil immediately restores shine to dull hair. It contains 3 fatty acids, phospholipids, vitamin E, and magnesium. It’s good for treating hair loss and dandruff.
This one acts as a hair perfume as it gives your hair the coconutty scent that is needed, while adding a silky smooth texture to your hair.
Tea Tree Oil
It contains anti-fungal and antimicrobial properties which can help in unclogging hair follicles and nourishing the roots. Tea Tree Oil is necessary to heal head-hammering hairstyles such as dreadlocks.
Aloe Vera has multiple uses and it should be a stocked ingredient in any household. Aloe Vera can be used as a soother after a burn, it can be used as a face mask, but most importantly, it’s a great hair booster. Aloe’s extract contains proteolytic enzymes that help in healing the dead skin of your scalp. Just remember to use the thick jelly extract, not the liquid one.
These oils are essential for the hair, you can also mix them to get one beneficial hair treatment. Just note that you won’t really notice a difference before 3 months.