There are many benefits to using hair oil. It is a simple method that keeps your hair healthy and shiny. How do you know how to do it properly on your own?
Women increasingly appreciate natural, homemade treatments. No wonder, for several years now, hair oiling has become increasingly popular. The benefits of oil treatment for healthy, strong and shiny hair are endless
Before you decide to oil your hair, it is worth knowing why you should do it at all. It is a very simple procedure, which every woman can do herself and the benefits it brings are enormous. There is a reason why Cleopatra herself is said to have used this method
Hair oil perfectly moisturizes your hair and scalp. It is a completely natural method without any unnecessary chemicals, which may cause irritation or allergies. Oil treatment is also suitable for frizzy hair that is difficult to manage. In addition, it strengthens the hair and makes it more resistant to external factors
There are several ways to use hair oil. Choose the one that suits you best because each method is effective. However, the most important rule here is regularity. Hair should be oiled regularly. Only then will your hair’s condition improve
In the end, you must always wash your hair thoroughly. This last step is not easy at all, so it is best to emulsify the cosmetic, i.e. wash your hair with lukewarm water, apply a conditioner and after a few minutes rinse it out, then shampoo again. It is best to wipe your hair with a paper towel afterwards so you can see whether the oil is still on your hair or not
For a really effective oil treatment, it is important to choose the right oil for your hair type. We distinguish between hair that is highly reactive (stiff, dry, splitting, dull), medium reactive (easily fluffy and dry) and low reactive (smooth, lacks volume, takes a long time to dry, does not split). In case of the former, evening primrose, pumpkin seed, borage, nigella or hemp oil will be the best. Ladies with low-resistant hair should choose coconut, palm or castor oil – and medium-resistant hair – sunflower, sea buckthorn, apricot kernel, sweet almond, mustard or hazelnut oil