13 Types Of Hair Oil That’ll Make Your Hair Healthy

Hair is considered as an element of beauty, and who doesn’t like voluminous and silky hair? Hair adds a completely new dimension to one’s personality. Taking care of those long tresses becomes very important when you live a busy life amidst the pollution damaging your hair in every possible way. Also, Experimenting on your hair with those chemicals is a big NO. A simple and easy way to maintain healthy hair is through oiling. Oiling your hair does not only promote hair health but also has calming effects on the mind. There are numerous oils to chose from to get strong and thick hair. Here is a quick guide to different types of hair oil you can go for!

Coconut oil

It is one of the widely used hair oil, the reason being; it suits all hair types. From protecting your hair from heat to intensely moisturizing your hair, it has all the benefits. It is an oil full of fatty acids and penetrates well into the roots and works way better than usual conditioner which stays on the surface of your scalp. Coconut oil is one the most inexpensive hair oil which works wonders for your hair.  

Argan oil

Argan oil also known as Morrocan oil is a highly recommendable oil for people with frizzy and rough hair. It is full of vitamin E and fatty acids which fights U.V. rays and also prevents any further hair damage. Being less greasy than coconut oil, it can be used more frequently and can also be used for styling your hair. Argon oil boosts moisture into your hair, leaving it smooth and healthy.

Almond oil

Almonds as we know are known for their abundant qualities and so is almond oil. Filled with the goodness of almond it is a complete dose of antioxidants and vitamin B-7 which can help treat dandruff. Almond oil also strengthens hair from roots and prevents hair fall. It is a light base oil that can be mixed with other heavy base oils such as castor oil to enhance your hair results.

Macadamia oil

Macadamia oil is one of the unheard oils but trusts me, it is one of the most efficient oil you can use. Macadamia oil is usually used to fight dullness and extremely damaged hair. It has natural antioxidants that promote hair health. Also if you are one of those who love to heat style your hair but worry about the damage, macadamia oil is the one for you. It prevents heat damage and locks moisture in your hair so that you can play with your hair without any worry of damage.

Castor oil

This oil comes from the castor beans which are full of proteins which are also the foundation of our long tresses. Castor oil is known since ages for its hair growth quality. If you face issues in growing your hair long, castor oil is the one-stop-shop. Castor oil is not only rich in proteins but also vitamin E and essential minerals. It is heavy base oil, very thick and too greasy, so it is always advisable to use it with lighter base oil. Not only this, but a tiny drop of castor oil can also help you grow long and thick lashes so that you can say bye-bye to those false lashes.

Amla or gooseberry oil

This is also age-old oil! You must have heard your grandmom and mom telling you how good gooseberry and gooseberry oil is for your hair. This oil helps you maintain shiny, thick, and jet- black hair. A simple champi of Amla oil can boost your hair growth and relax your mind completely. If you have not tried the gooseberry oil yet, then you are surely missing on something good natural.

Olive oil

We have heard a lot about olive oil, not only for cooking but also for the beauty secrets it holds. It contains a high concentration of fatty acids that stick to your hair making them soft as silk. Along with this olive oil also has vitamin E which helps in fighting from pollution and harmful rays that come from the sun. Olive oil is the key to stronger, healthier, and thicker hair.

Jojoba oil

It is one such oil which is very much similar to the oil secreted by our scalp, which means that our scalp would readily absorb this oil and give better results. It locks moisture in our hair follicles and also helps in fighting with a dry and itchy scalp. With prolonged use of this hair oil you may notice healthier and shiny hair.

Onion seed oil

As we all know, onion is rich in sulfur content, so is onion seed oil, it helps to combat inflammation and flakiness in the scalp. Also, it reduces hair fall and promotes new hair growth. With regular use of onion seed oil you may notice new hair growth and voluminous hair. If your hair is thin and lacks volume then you must try onion seed oil.

Tea tree oil

Tea tree oil is an essential oil that is used in diluted form with other oils. It prevents the buildup of chemicals and dead skin cells in your scalp and hence promotes normal growth of your hair and prevents breakage. It is not like other regular oils and is much more expensive. A few drops of this oil are enough to be massaged throughout your scalp.  

Rosemary oil

It is an oil derived from a needle shaped plant and has a woody aroma. It has potential health benefits as it is filled with antioxidant that not only nourishes your scalp but is pure gold for your skin also. It also aids in preventing hair loss and promotes new hair growth. It is also an essential oil and a few drops of it are enough to be applied throughout your scalp.

Peppermint oil

It is an oil which is derived from the peppermint plant. You must know peppermint is widely used in food industry and to add fragrance in soaps, but did you know it has many unknown benifits when it comes to your hair. Peppermint oil promotes hair growth, helps fighting flaky scalp and also prevents hair thinning. It is one of those expensive oils and you may use it in combination with other oils for better results.

Lavender oil

It is another essential oil you may know about. As the name suggests it is derived from lavender flower. It is used to improve hair growth and make your hair silky and shiny. A few drops of lavender oil when mixed with argon oil or coconut oil can enhance the productivity of this oil. You may apply this on your scalp overnight for best results.

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