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3 Best Oils To Use To Prevent Hair Fall

Posted By Lovella Sitoy in Rapunzel on May 02, 2016

Hair makes up a big aspect of our whole personality. Have you ever noticed how a simple haircut can make a significant change in our overall appearance? Just imagine what hair loss can do. That's why, we try our best to maintain the health of our precious tresses and prevent hair loss.

One of the simplest yet most effective ways of preventing hair from falling out is by applying a hair-strengthening organic oil. Whether it be long, short, straight or curly hair, natural hair growth oils like rosemary, jojoba, coconut, and argan oil will do the job of stimulating even dormant hair follicles.

Follicle stimulation involves scalp health. We need to have a healthy scalp to encourage our follicles to grow thicker and stronger hair strands. Massaging the scalp with herbal oils is one of the best ancient secrets to lustrous, silky locks. If you haven’t yet, now is the best time to give this age-old hair growth technique a shot and see the amazing results for yourself!

Here are three best oils you can use to prevent hair fall:

Coconut Oil

There are a million reasons why the coconut tree is regarded as the tree of life. Every part of this amazing tropical plant, which include the oil that can be extracted from its fruit, can be used in various home and personal care uses.

Coconut oil is rich in antioxidants including the scalp-moisturizing vitamin E as well as healthy fatty acids. Fatty acids like linoleic acid are known to prevent skin inflammation. Imagine these ingredients hydrating the scalp all at the same time. Antioxidants prevent free radicals from damaging our cells including the cells found in the roots of our hair.

The moisture content aids the dryness issue of the scalp. Think of your hair as if it is a plant and your scalp as if the soil. The healthier the soil the better chance for a plant to grow and same goes for your hair. Now Vitamin E is responsible for making your hair silky smooth and strong which helps prevent breakage. It also helps your hair become younger looking.

Just let your hair loose, take small amount of oil and begin massaging it on your scalp. You can instantly feel you've covered the whole scalp because of the change in the texture of your locks as it go through your fingertips.

Depending on the length of your hair, apply an ample amount from the roots to the tips. Leave it in for about 15 to 30 minutes before rinsing it off with mild, and if possible sulfate-free natural shampoo, and cold water.

Olive oil

Great for salads and for your hair! Thanks to its major component called triacylglycerols, or healthy fats that can nourish your scalp and hair.

There are number of ways to apply olive oil on our hair. One good tip is to warm the oil before application to increase effectiveness. Warming the oil prior to usage also allows better nutrient absorption in the scalp. Just don’t overheat it to prevent unnecessary breakdown of its nutritious chemical properties.

Gently massage your entire scalp with a good amount of olive oil. You can do this while catching up with the morning news or before shower. Leave it in for 30 minutes and rinse off. Using gentle, organic shampoo is best recommended for a healthier hair care regimen. You can do it at least once or twice a week. Make it a habit and see the difference.

Castor Oil

This oil has many therapeutic uses. One of its best known benefits is that it can help regrow hair, leaving it thicker and fuller. When applied to the scalp, it increases the blood flow going to the hair roots thereby delivering the much needed ingredients, adding strength to its roots.

Since castor oil has thick consistency, it is usually diluted with coconut oil. Here you are with two types of oil that can combat hair thinning. If you don’t like the smell of castor, adding a few drops of your favorite essential oil like lavender can do the trick of improving its scent. Warm it in the microwave, and then gently massage it to your scalp and hair. Let it sit for at least 30 minutes to an hour so the nutrients can penetrate the scalp and hair shafts. Rinse off with water and natural shampoo.

There are many simple and inexpensive ways that we can do at home to strengthen and thicken our hair. Natural ingredients like oils and herbs that we can find in our own kitchen can be quite helpful. They are not only popular, they are also proven safe and effective. As always, it is wise to look for items with organic based ingredients to ensure that we get results rather than further, irreparable damage.

Have you tried any of these oils for stopping hair loss? Start with coconut oil. It’s not just affordable it’s therapeutic claims have already been proven as well!
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