Hair Care 3 great oils for richer fuller hair

Say goodbye to dry, bristle and scanty hair as we unearth the top 3 oils for richer, more luscious hair

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The quest for luscious hair is a journey that every girl can relate to. In several traditions and religious philosophies, a woman's hair is believed to be her crowning glory and for centuries, women have sought to attain this glory.

But as the average Nigerian and black girl can attest to, this can mostly be a tiresome and frustrating journey. Well not anymore ladies, the Pulse beauty team is here to the rescue.

Check out our top 3 oils for richer, fuller hair.

 

  1. Argan oil: The benefits of Argan oil cannot be exhausted. Argan oil which is sourced from the seeds of the Argan tree in Morocco is great for the skin, hair, scalp amongst other things. For hair specifically, it's great for calming frizzy ends and adding a little shine. It's also great for scalp treatment as it improves the moisture content and general bounce of the hair.

  2. Olive oil: If you're looking for oil to promote hair growth, then Olive Oil is the one for you.  It is also very effective in curing and preventing hair loss. In addition, it has antibacterial properties and anti fungal properties that fight off common scalp and hair problems

  3. Coconut oil: Just like Olive oil, Coconut oil shields hair protein which prevents hair from breaking. Regular use of Coconut oil also keeps hair strong and moisturised as it penetrates the hair shaft thus conditions your hair from within.

 

Note: To fully achieve results from these oils, its important that you use the natural ones or possibly, hair lines that use them in their most natural state possible.

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