Organic Coconut Oil: A Vital Serum for Hair Growth
It's hard to keep track of all the oils out there, but many believe coconut oil to be the "Father of All Oils." There aren't many things coconut oil can't do, which is why it has such a rosy reputation. It's one of those multitasking miracles that could pass for holy water in the beauty world. Coconut oil has the ability to provide you with safe, thick hair, battle bacteria growth, clear mascara effortlessly, double as whitening toothpaste, and much more.
Coconut oil is widely regarded as the best hair oil for reducing protein loss and maintaining a healthy appearance. Coconut oil's excellent ability to preserve hair is due to its chemical composition. It is mainly composed of lauric acid, a medium-chain fatty acid. Coconut oil has a long, straight shape, making it easier to penetrate deep into the hair shaft.
Growing hair is usually a complicated and arduous process, especially in the presence of contaminants and pollutants that damage hair. Coconut oil counters these effects as it prevents moisture loss and hair follicle breakages. It also averts protein loss and reduces damage when the hair is wet. It ultimately secures and protects your hair from environmental damage and allows them to retain its thick and shiny exterior. 2Coconut oil also has lice prevention and anti-dandruff properties due to its anti-microbial attributes.
With all of the positivistic properties listed down, let's focus on some of the negative aspects of coconut oil. There aren't any. The only way coconut oil can be bad for your hair is if you apply it excessively. Excessive oil application will lead to product and sebum build-up, which will give your hair a greasy look. To avoid this, just make sure to exercise portion control and schedule your hair wash accordingly.
Coconut oil has other uses besides just hair application. It can also be used as a deep conditioner during the shampooing process, a post-wash detangler, a hair mask and the occasional scalp treatment. These treatments (depending on your hair type) can be used on a daily basis or only once in a while to give you lovely, smooth, and shiny hair. The amount of coconut oil you'll need is determined by the length and type of your hair. To stop greasy hair, most people only use enough to cover the midsection to the ends of their hair.
The lack of moisture in the strands causes hair to become frizzy. Humidity, dryness, and degradation all contribute to this. A coconut oil-based hairspray seals the cuticles and prevents frizz. It prevents hair strands from dirt, pollen, and heat damage by forming a shield on them. A hair growth serum spray is one of the best ways to utilize the benefits of coconut oil. Fortunately, this naturally moisturizing coconut oil hair spray recipe is the ideal solution for reviving your luscious locks. External elements such as pollution, heat injury, smoke, and chlorine are all protected by the conditioning ingredients. A regular spritz of this DIY hair spray will keep your hair smooth, glossy, and luscious while combating dryness and preventing further harm.
What you'll need for this fantastic coconut recipe for Hair Growth Spray;
- Organic Coconut Oil
- Water - distilled, filtered or rosewater.
- And finally, a spray bottle.
- Unscrew the lid of your spray bottle and place it somewhere flat.
- 1-2 tbsp coconut oil, melted and poured into the bottle
- 1 cup purified or filtered water or rosewater
- If you have some, add a squirt of Vitamin E Oil.
- Replacing the lid is a simple matter of tightening it.
- Shake it, and then you're done.
The spray can be used on dry hair, before or after styling, as a pre-shampoo application, or right after showering when your hair is moist but not wet. If you have dandruff or dry, itchy skin, this spray is ideal. Coconut oil, lavender oil, and vitamin E are also excellent moisturizers that are still gentle enough for delicate skin. You should use this coconut oil spray to naturally shield the hair from chlorine and sun exposure when bathing.
Coconut oil is a great way to keep your hair moisturized. It can be used both before and after washing your hair to help protect it from damage and keep it looking glossy and healthy.