Oils recommended for damaged hair

Oils recommended for damaged hair

Oils recommended for damaged hair

Vegetable oils have many benefits. We are going to see together which oils to use for dry, brittle hair, damaged naturally or by colors, the sun or even more serious all these problems at the same time!!!

An oil bath is an essential treatment to nourish and revitalize the hair. An oil bath will be applied to the hair before shampooing. The hair must be well soaked in oil, then it will be necessary to massage lightly. And finally wrap the hair in a hot towel and let it sit for an hour or even several.

Normal or oily hair, use oils adapted to hair types, and apply primarily to ends and lengths.

Castor oil: Castor oil is known to help hair grow, but it also strengthens hair, moisturizes, softens and helps fight split ends. Recommended for dry and fine hair.

Olive oil: olive oil is very good for our hair thanks to its strong moisturizing properties. It will bring suppleness, strength, shine and protect the hair from bacteria. In an oil bath, applied to the hair then wrapped in a hot towel for about an hour, it will nourish and restore shine to dry or dull hair, it can even prolong coloring.

Argan Oil: argan oil is very rich in vitamin E and fatty acids, such as omega 3, 6 and 9 which are very useful for taking care of your hair day after day. It deeply nourishes the scalp. It restores shine to the hair and strengthens it. Soothes the scalp and prevents hair loss. By applying a few drops to the tips of damaged hair, it repairs split ends, and restores suppleness and strength to your hair.

Almond oil: Recommended for dry, split ends, brittle and frizzy hair. It nourishes and smoothes the hair, protects the hair from dehydration. It restores vigor to the scalp and radiance. Applied to the scalp, it will relieve itching, improve blood circulation, prevent hair loss, fight against dandruff, it will also regulate sebum production and eliminate impurities.

Coconut oil: Ideal for curly, frizzy and frizzy hair. Rich in vitamin E and K and also in iron, coconut oil nourishes the hair, makes it denser and shinier. This oil penetrates quickly into the hair and gives it a lot of suppleness. It penetrates and nourishes the hair from root to tip. It smooths the fiber of the hair, strengthens it and makes it shiny . Excellent fungicidal agent, which makes it an ideal treatment for dandruff, both to prevent it and to eliminate it.

Avocado oil: For dull, tired and brittle hair. Very rich in fatty acids, amino acids as well as vitamins A, B, D and E, it nourishes and strengthens the hair and protects it from external aggressions. It also stimulates hair regrowth and brings shine, vigor and softness. Excellent as a natural softener and moisturizer. It also eliminates dandruff and dry scalp.

Jojoba oil: Ideal for oily roots, very dry ends and brittle hair. Combined with dry hair, it restores vitality, suppleness and shine. Rich in protein, it quickly penetrates the hair and protects it. It regulates sebum production, promotes hair growth, protects it from bacteria, makes it stronger and prevents split ends.

Shea butter: Recommended for frizzy, dense, curly, frizzy, dry hair and for colored hair. It brings them vitality, hydration, softness and vigor. It contains vitamins A, D, E and F, perfect to nourish and protect them. Limits the appearance of split ends and protects the hair against the effects of the sun.


Castor oil: Dry, devitalized, fine hair as well as for brittle hair and against hair loss. Promotes growth.

Olive oil: Dull and dry hair and for irritated scalp

Argan oil: Normal, dry hair, to fight against split ends and irritated scalp.

Almond oil: Dry, split ends, brittle, frizzy and colored hair. Anti-dandruff and anti-itch.

Coconut Oil: Dry, curly, frizzy, frizzy hair as well as normal hair. Anti-dandruff.

Avocado oil: Dull, dry, tired and brittle hair. Anti fall. Promotes growth.

Jojoba oil: Oily hair but also dry hair with oily roots and dull and devitalized hair.

Shea butter: Frizzy and dense hair. Fighting forks. Curly or frizzy hair, dry and for colored hair.

There are many others (such as grapeseed, hemp, hazelnut, wheat germ oil, etc.) with many benefits, but we cannot detail them all.

And no, contrary to popular belief, not all vegetable oils make hair greasy. Even the finest hair can find their account. You just have to choose the right one and it's up to you...

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