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The Best Hair Oil For Every Hair Type

by Dipti Tiwari - 02-Oct-2017 - Health & Beauty
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‘Your hair is 90% of your selfie’, said someone very witty, and how true is that for each of us. Hair is a girl’s best asset – the one she loves to flaunt all the time. There is so much one can do with them. What we need to understand is that everyone has different hair texture – with different needs. Hence, it is important that you recognize their exact requirements and pick products for them accordingly.

 

Hair oils are a great nature-derived treatment for our locks. Having said that, we recommend a proper oiling routine for healthy and strong hair. Ideally, one should oil hair at least twice a week and let it work its magic overnight. In the morning, the oil should be washed off with a gentle shampoo – preferably a chemical-free one. This may seem like a tedious task, but it can reap you loads of benefits in the long term.

 

Most of us are not too picky about the hair oil we use. However, like any other hair-care product, oils should also be chosen keeping in mind hair type as well as scalp. Nowadays, there are so many hair and essential oils available in the market that it is hard not to get confused. With this post, we are here to help you pick the right kind of hair oil for your ever-so-important tresses. Read on to find the best hair oil for the beautiful you.

 

 

 

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Best Hair Oil For Dry & Frizzy Hair - Amla Oil

 

Amla hair benefits

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Rough, dry, and frizzy hair is difficult to manage. They get tangled very easily which further leads to breakage.

 

Amla oil is made with the dried fruits of the phyllanthus emblica tree, known as Indian gooseberry or amla. This oil improves overall health of hair and scalp. It is one of the best oils for dry hair as it is rich in vitamin C -- that helps to rejuvenate hair and make it look luscious. Amla oil also fights frizziness and tames them your way. 

 

You can get the best out of this indigenous fruit by including it in your daily diet in the form of juice. The most effective way to consume amla juice is by having it every day in the morning on an empty stomach. Those who don't like the bitter taste of amla juice can go for tasty amla candies that will provide the same benefits. On SaleBhai, you can find organic amla candy from Vedantika Herbals or masala-coated amla candies from Leeve.

 

 

Best Hair Oil For Fine Hair - Almond Oil

 

Almond oil hair benefits

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Generally, people with fine hair stay away from the usage of hair oils.

 

Reason?

 

Hair oils tend to weigh down thin hair and make them look limp. Still, hair experts recommend having a weekly oiling routine to reimburse for the damage caused by environmental factors such as pollution and dry air that are usually the main cause of hair thinning. You can say goodbye to these hair problems with regular application of organic almond oil which will give you thicker and gorgeous hair naturally.

 

Best Hair Oil For Hair Fall - Coconut Oil

 

Coconut oil hair benefits

 

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In recent times, hair fall has become a common problem for both men and women of all age groups. The problem gets more annoying and demoralizing when your hair fall becomes noticeable.

 

Coconut oil is truly a miraculous solution for all types of hair troubles. It is used very prominently in India, especially in the southern part of the country. When it comes to treating hair fall, you cannot get any better solution than this. Coconut oil reaches deep into the hair follicles and stimulates hair growth. Not to forget, it also adds softness and shine to the hair.

 

To make the oil more effective, you can mix a few drops of rosemary essential oil with it. About 3-5 drops are enough to be used with 3 tablespoons of coconut oil. It can be diluted with any kind of carrier oil such as jojoba oil, almond oil, olive oil, or grapeseed oil. However, coconut oil in its purest form is usually the most preferred choice of everyone.

 

Best Hair Oil To Prevent Grey Hair - Bhringraj Oil

 

Benefits of bhringraj oil for hair

 

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There are various reasons behind premature greying of the hair. It could be genetics, exposure to pollution, thyroid, anaemia, or any other cause. While some of the aforementioned factors causing grey hair are not in our control, it is still a good idea to make use of a product that can restore the natural pigment (melanin) in the hair follicles and prevent hair from greying further.

 

Bhringraj (false daisy) is a medicinal herb that grows in moist areas such as India, Nepal, and Thailand. The literal translation of this herb's Sanskrit name ‘bhringraj’ is ‘king of hair’, which clearly tells us that this herb is highly beneficial for the hair. The oil of this herb comes with a strong aroma. It helps in preventing premature greying and also promotes hair growth by increasing the blood flow towards the scalp. A kind of black dye obtained from the leaves of bhringraj is used -- to colour hair naturally. 

 

 

Best Hair Oil For Dandruff - Mustard Oil

 

Benefits of mustard oil for hair

 

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Mustard oil is another very popular ingredient in Indian cooking. In ayurveda, it has been recognized for its medicinal properties. It is an age-old hack to use mustard oil along with a few drops of lemon juice to reduce dandruff as well as scalp infections. The antifungal and antibacterial properties present in mustard oil provide a healthy scalp and keep dandruff at bay.

 

Take equal parts of mustard oil and lemon juice to make a DIY anti-dandruff hair mask and mix both the ingredients well. Massage this solution gently on your scalp and wash it off using a shampoo after 30-40 minutes. Do it 3 to 4 times a month to see better results.

 

Your hair is the crown that you never take off. Treat them with the care that they deserve and use a hair oil regularly to help them stay nourished. Have you ever noticed how a change in your hairstyle brings about a prominent change in your overall look too? Well, so you can’t ignore something that plays such an important role in your appearance and lives. Go ahead and tame your tresses your way!

 

Author Bio:

 

Dipti Tiwari is the face behind GorgeouslyFlawed blog. She's a young girl from Chhattisgarh, Currently doing her Bachelor’s degree in Arts while being a full time blogger. She started blogging to share her love for makeup & beauty. Soon, it became her most favourite thing to do. Besides blogging, her hobbies include listening to music, gaming & reading.

 

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