FOR LONG AND STRONG HAIR
Applying oil to hair is a centuries-old Ayurvedic treatment. It restores valuable moisture in your scalp. It helps sustain hair growth, and it can relax one’s mind through its aromatherapy properties. Oil massages can stimulate circulation in your head (especially good for students!). Hair oils that are made with cold pressed oils have the power to penetrate the hair cuticle and help rehydrate the hair and smooth the cuticle. It can also help replenish the protective oils on the outside of your hair. These oils help guard against heat damage and breakage. They also reduce the scalp itchiness that are relatively frequent in dry winter months.
“Oiling your hairs” have many benefits:-
- helps in hair growth
- prevents bacterial and fungal infections .
- relaxes mind and body.
- strengthens hair protection.
- gives shine and luster
- prevents dandruff
- prevents greying and acts as a protective shield
It is important that you apply oil no more than twice a week. Try to leave it in overnight when you do use it.
Don’t comb your hair immediately after applying hair oil. Wait for your scalp to get relaxed. Then, start combing from the tips and gently make your way to the top. This will not just help to detangle your hair, but also evenly spread the oil on your scalp and strands.
Don’t go out after you have oiled your hair. Oiled hair collects dirt easily and this gets mixed with the natural oils of the scalp. So, make sure to apply oil on freshly washed hair and it is best if you apply it overnight. Before stepping out of your house, rinse the oil off using your regular shampoo. Since you are cooped in your home due to the coronavirus lockdown, you can oil your hair anytime now.
Do massage the oil properly so that your scalp absorbs it readily and you can immediately see the wonderful effects of the oil.
Do heat up the oil to give your hair warm oil treatment for better relaxation in winters. If your hair oil in already in liquid form, there will be no need to heat the oil