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Best Hair Care Ingredients That Can Be Found In Nature

In the event that so numerous hair items brag of their characteristic fixings, nature must itself be doing a very great job at dealing with us, correct? The argan oil that goes in your shampoos, the aloe vera that goes in the conditioners or the nectar that goes in your hair fogs are a portion of nature’s most prominent endowments and can be utilized without help from anyone else to work ponders for your hair. How about we perceive how these can be utilized to keep your hair sound and brimming with life and to battle hair fall, dryness, crimpedness and harm to the hair. Vivek Singh, author of Anveya, shares his experiences.

Honey: It is a multipurpose ingredient – an excellent humectant that helps retain moisture of the hair and reduce hair breakage. Being rich in antioxidants, honey fights the damage caused due to free radicals. It is known for its regenerative virtues and protects hair from continual exposure to sun and pollution. This multifaceted ingredient reduces the itchiness and flakiness of the scalp thereby reducing the dandruff formation. Mix honey with water and gently massage it into your scalp and apply along the lengths of the hair.

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Make these natural ingredients a permanent part of your haircare regime to rejuvenate your hair like never before and give your hair the much-needed TLC.  These straight-from-the-nature ingredients not only make your hair look shinier but also make your tresses healthier and get you to your haircare goals!

Jojoba Oil: This versatile oil was named “Hohowi” by the O’odham tribe of America in the 18th century when they discovered the Jojoba seeds. Since then this lightweight cold-pressed oil has been used for hair care as it gets easily absorbed by the scalp and does not weigh your hair down. It is super rich in vitamins B, C, E. It safeguards the hair from split-ends, breakage and dryness.  The oil is known for its hydrating, nourishing and conditioning properties. To strengthen, promote hair growth and maintain hair health, warm 2 tablespoons of this oil and gently massage into your scalp.

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Jamaican Black Castor Oil: This magical oil has gained a lot of popularity recently but it has been used in Jamaica traditionally for over a hundred years. It is rightfully an age-old well-preserved secret used to promote hair growth, strengthen and moisturize hair. This cold-pressed reparative oil enhances blood flow to the scalp, essentially supplying valuable nutrients to the hair. It is rich in vitamin E and fatty acids that nourish hair. All you need to do is gently massage this versatile oil into the scalp and apply it along the lengths of the hair for fuller, shinier hair.

 

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Virgin Coconut Oil:  Getting head massages from your grandmom or mom on the weekends with this efficacious oil has been undoubtedly a favourite ritual that is followed even now. This oil is best known to penetrate the scalp quickly and prevent hair breakage, add shine to hair, promote better hair growth and make the strands stronger. It reduces the loss of protein from hair due to overuse of blow-drying and excessive combing. To harness the benefits of this wondrous oil, warm the oil and apply it to the scalp and the hair.

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Moroccan Argan Oil: It is known as “Liquid Gold” and is native to the Argan trees of Southwestern Morocco. The Moroccan women have used this transformative oil for years for their stunning looking and healthy hair. It is known to perfectly penetrate the hair shaft and is powered with oleic acid, linoleic acid and vitamin E to strengthen hair, promote shinier hair and reduce protein loss. This luxurious cold-pressed oil hydrates the hair and controls the frizz. Apply a few drops of this oil onto your scalp, hair and follow it up with a gentle massage.

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Aloe Vera: This succulent has been used for centuries dating back to ancient Egypt for its nourishing properties. It is considered a magic fix for all your hair care concerns.  This botanical ingredient hydrates the scalp and hair strands. It reduces the breakage, frizziness and dryness of hair. It controls the excess sebum produced by the scalp, alleviates the itchiness and is rich in vitamins A, C, E for stronger, shinier hair. Apply the fresh aloe vera gel onto the scalp and lengths of the hair.

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