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Coconut Oil for Hair: 5 Ways To Use It On Your Hair

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Coconut Oil for Hair: Here Are 5 Ways to Use It

Coconut Oil for Hair: 5 Ways To Use It On Your Hair

Many oils are considered useful for hair. Coconut oil is one of them. To prove that, people who already tried using it have instantly flaunted their healthier and smoother hair. They applied it to the hair by massaging it to every strand and then combing it through. It’s like they’re making it a part of their hair care routine. That simple.

The idea of applying coconut oil in the hair may seem to contradict, especially to anyone suffering from naturally oily hair. But truth be told, it can be used in many different ways. From conditioning the hair to fighting frizz, here are some uses of coconut oil for hair.

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1. Treatment for Dandruff

If you are suffering a pesky dandruff issue, don’t fear. An all-natural solution is here. While coconut oil is widely used as a hair conditioner, only a few know it can help prevent dandruff. To use, apply directly to the scalp and let it sit for at least 10 minutes. After that, rinse it with your favorite shampoo to bid those flakes goodbye.

2. Deep Conditioner

As with other living beings, our hair needs a bit of tender loving care. Therefore, daily washing may never be enough. Sometimes, we just have to take another leap. Of course, it is obvious that moisturizing the hair should be a part of our routine. However, the addition of coconut oil might just make a huge difference. How do you condition your hair with coconut oil? Simply massage it into damp hair. Leave it on for 30 minutes before rinsing.

3. Hair Styling Aid

Yes, that is correct. Coconut oil can be used as a hair styling aid. Because it melts when heated and solidifies when cooled, once applied to your hair, it spreads out evenly. Eventually, the air comes in contact with the oil in the hair, condenses it like a styling cream. For an instant fix, make sure your hair is wet before dabbing a small amount to your hair.

4. Hair Toner

Dry hair is not a problem with coconut oil. Combine it with lavender essential oil and apply on your scalp every night. And then, wash your hair in the morning. Do the as often as you want until you achieve desired results.

5. Hair Loss Control

In many tropical countries, coconut oil has been used for hair loss prevention. It is normally combined with other herbs to be more effective. A mixture of coconut oil and lime water might be a good remedy for hair loss, so as the combination of gooseberries and coconut oil.

Now, if you are planning to use coconut oil for the hair, make sure you consider three things. First, choose a coconut oil of good quality. Second, make sure you are consistent in using it to see achieve desired results. Lastly, always keep in mind that a little amount of this oil goes a long way, so don’t overuse it. A scoop is more than enough to provide moisture and nourishment to your hair. Just try it yourself!

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Catherine Marqueses

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Catherine finds joy in the simplest things. Her passion for traveling is equally matched by her love for animals. When she’s at home, you can find her in her room writing about her travel experiences or outside the house playing with her fur babies. Whenever she’s in the mood for experimenting, you can see her in the kitchen trying out new recipes, most likely desserts. Despite her busy lifestyle, she makes sure to spend time with friends, participating in various charity works and running for a cause.Find out what she’s up to by following her social media accounts, Twitter, and Google+.