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Updated: Jan 29

Occasionally, many of us have dreamt of having longer, thicker, and healthier hair. Are hair oils really the answer to helping us attain our hair goals? Lets find out!

There are so many questions when it comes to oils and your hair. It may seem as if there isn't a clear answer on what oils are supposed to work for you based off of your needs. You many even come across multiple social media post or even the internet on what "may" be the best oil for you to use on your hair. Out of desperation, you purchase these oils and wonder why your hair isn't giving what it's supposed to gave. Out of all the possible hair textures in the world you have to take into consideration that what may work for somebody may not work for you. I am here to help you make the best decision when it comes to picking oils for your hair whether it be for growth or even as simple as everyday moisture.

You walk in the beauty supply store and see there are so many oils to choose from and you might even be stuck or confused as to which oil would better fit your needs. I'm talking Castor oil, Jojoba oil, Olive oil, Carrot oil, Argan oil, Coconut oil, and so much more. As you make it home to try your oils you notice your hair and scalp is still feeling dry, and is now greasy. You're confused and don't know what to do. I know what you are thinking and I am now here to tell you that it just wasn't compatible with your hair.

there are so many hair textures from fine, medium, and course being the thickest. Oils are just like hair textures in a sense. There are thicker oils that serve as a sealant and are recommended for thicker hair textures, and then there are thinner oils that work best for finer hair but can also be suitable for any hair texture.

So now you might be wondering...

What Now?

here are a list of oils and their benefits that can help you make the best decision for your hair texture.

Jojoba Oil is a natural oil that is rich in minerals and Vitamins C, B, and E. It is responsible for strengthening and nourishing your hair. Jojoba oil is moisturizing and acts as a sealant helping you keep your hair hydrated. Jojoba oil is also known to promote thickness and maintain the health of your hair. This oil can be used on all hair textures but is the most effective when it comes to thicker hair textures.

Coconut Oil is a moisturizing oil that penetrates the cuticle of your hair and works as a sealant to lock in the moisture. This oil is known for treating dry scalp and dandruff while ensuring a healthier scalp. Coconut oil is great when it comes to doing hot oil treatments and mask treatments which help with breakage.

Olive Oil is a conditioning oil that works best as a detangler and is known to moisturize your hair and scalp. It nourishes the hair shaft, locks in moisture, and is beneficial for dry hair. This oil is favorable for thicker hair textures whereas it weighs down finer hair textures.

Argan Oil is a moisturizing oil that helps improve hair elasticity to prevent breakage. It is also known to promote hair growth and enhance the thickness of your hair. Argan oil leaves your hair softer and smoother.

Vitamin E Oil improves scalp circulation for faster hair growth. It is known to help maintain healthy hair and scalp which also prevents hair loss.

Tea Tree Oil works great for inflammation and moisturizes your hair and scalp preventing dandruff.

Grapeseed Oil seals in moisture.

Peppermint Oil gives off a tingle sensation that increases your blood circulation for faster hair growth.

Castor Oil promotes hair growth and is perfect for dry scalp.

Now you can be confident when it comes to picking the best oil for your hair. Wishing you the best on your healthy hair journey!

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