Treating Dry Hair

There are an endless amount of things that can cause damage to your hair from blow-drying and perming to brushing, colouring and bleaching.

All of this can leave your hair feeling dry and coarse and can even leave you with split ends. If this sounds familiar and you have run out of options on how to improve the condition of your hair, then look no further!

Research has proved that the coconut oil can be used as an effective and healthy treatment to dry and damaged hair. This is mainly due to the fact that it contains a unique combination of fatty acids that help retain the hairs protein and moisture. When used regularly, it will increase the thickness of your hair, making it stronger and healthier.

While some commercial shampoos will strip your hair of its natural oils, coconut oil will enhance your hair’s natural goodness and replenish it with the vital oils that your hair needs. As an added bonus, it also conditions the scalp giving you not just a healthy head of hair, but a healthy head too!

We’ve come up with a few tips on how to treat dry hair:

  1. Comb your hair gently, removing any tangles.
  2. If your coconut oil is in a solid form, scoop some up and warm it over warm water until it melts.
  3. Once it is in a liquid form, pour some into your hand and massage it into your dry hair and scalp.
  4. After you have finished applying it onto your hair, you can leave it in for a couple of minutes or even hours if your hair is very dry before rinsing it out.

This will leave your hair feeling nourished and full of body. To guarantee you enjoy the best possible results for your hair, make sure that you choose Coconoil virgin coconut oil. Not only can it be used as a natural hair conditioner, but it’s also as an effective skin moisturiser thanks to it’s antiviral, antibacterial and anti-fungal properties.

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