Natural Remedy for Healthy Strong Hair
Is your hair dry and brittle? Does your hair fall out when you comb it, or are you finding many hairs in the tub or shower? Perhaps your hair needs some help. For a natural shine, strengthening and deep moisturizing, try almond oil!
Almond oil is a natural and effective treatment for dry and brittle hair. Rich in Vitamin-E and Magnesium, almond oil massaged and styled into your hair will moisturize and replenish your dry hair for noticeable results.
A good start for treating your dry hair is to massage a small dab of either sweet or bitter almond oil throughout your hair at least twice a week and allow to remain until the next hair washing. Effective at feeding your hair what it needs to prevent drying and premature breakage, soon you will see less hair in your comb or shower drain. Dry hair lacks shine and body and is prone to shedding, so a regular treatment regimen with almond oil will give your hair strength, shine and body.
If you are experiencing any skin related ailments such as dermatitis, psoriasis, or eczema, you should consult a physician first, but a regular almond oil home care treatment of dry scalp can help. By softening the skin of the scalp, the inflammation is reduced and scale are loosened and are cleansed away. Hair follicles being softer will be less prone to clogging and are thus kept cleaner. Your hair and scalp becomes healthier as a result.
Almond oil will not increase your hair growth but by reducing the number of lost hairs due to premature breakage, your hair will soon appear fuller and more dense.
Improve the quality of your hair
Try this oil treatment for dry, damaged hair.
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Sweet, Bitter and Bitter Essential Almond Oil
Almond oil is produced by cold-pressing (squeezing) the raw almond seeds to produce a high quality unrefined product. Although there are three distinct types referred to as 'bitter,' 'bitter essential' and 'sweet' almond oil, the sweet almond oil is best for therapeutic and topical use. 'Bitter' and 'Bitter Essential' almond oil is not recommended for therapeutic and hair care use due to its known toxicity effects.
Some people have allergic reactions to the recommended sweet almond oil, just as they might to any other nut product. If you are uncertain as to your possible reactions to almond oil, you can try a kluge test by rubbing a small dab of sweet almond oil on your wrist or forearm and waiting an hour or two. If you present no rash, itching or other discomfort, you can proceed more confidently with almond oil for your hair care treatment.
The best remedy for prevention of dry and brittle hair is prevention. Good nutrition, which includes eating almond and other oily nut seeds, feeds your skin and hair from the start. This way your hair is nourished as it grows instead of trying remedy the 'dead' exposed hair and dry, flaky skin after the fact.