By Black Hair Hub | Apr 10, 2018
If you thought olive oil was only useful for cooking, we need to talk. Women craving healthy, shiny, and longer hair will all benefit from olive oil. It’s lightweight which means it won’t weigh your hair down, and it’s got omega fatty acids needed for hair growth, which our body cannot make. We suggest you continue reading to be amazed further.
Who’s got time for dandruff? Surely not me! And we are sure neither do you. Olive oil is your knight in shining armour and can fight the dandruff. It’s amazing anti-inflammatory properties promote a healthy environment for the scalp, and also moisturizes your dry, itchy scalp preventing stubborn dandruff.
Imagine having those long, voluminous and dreamy curls (*pause*) Your search for a miracle cure to hair growth stops with Extra virgin Olive oil. It contains mono-unsaturated fatty acids and Vitamin E which promotes hair growth and adds elasticity. So, indulge in weekly massage sessions by using olive oil on your scalp to stimulate your hair follicles.
You whine, and you stare, and wonder what the secret of magazine worthy shiny hair is. Well, it is olive oil. This mineral rich and anti-oxidant loaded oil, is an excellent conditioner and moisture sealant. It penetrates deep into your shaft and will give you shiny lustrous hair.
You know those joys of running your fingers through the hair which have no knots? Yep, us neither. However, olive oil can make detangling very easy. It makes for an excellent conditioner and softens the hair on contact, ultimately doing half the task for ya.
Good hair doesn’t happen by chance it happens by regular use of this miracle oil. If your hair is dry and damaged it needs olive oil. The lightweight oil nourishes the hair, penetrates the hair shaft that helps retain the moisture (which our hair is forever crying for). Also, it reduces the likeliness of split ends (more yay).
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