How to Naturally Condition and Moisturize Your Hair

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To keep your hair looking its best, moisturizing and conditioning are absolutely necessary. Although this seems like an easy task, it is not always so, because many of the products on the market can do more harm than good. However, there are some natural, readily available products that you can use to moisturize your hair, and a lot of them are less expensive than manufactured name-brand moisturizers. The first one we are going to talk about is avocado.

Avocado is great for naturally moisturizing hair, because it contains good fats (monounsaturated), vitamins (E, folate, K, B6, and C) , and minerals (potassium, copper) that your hair needs in order to remain healthy and strong. To moisturize your hair with avocado, simply mash up an avocado and use it as a moisturizing cream. Leave it in for 15-30 minutes to get the greatest benefit. Avocados can be a little expensive in some seasons and geographic areas. Luckily, bananas can be used in the same manner, and they are less expensive than avocadoes. Bananas are a good source of vitamins B6 and C, as well as the minerals potassium and manganese.
Oils are another excellent, natural method to moisturize hair. The oil of choice for hair care is Jojoba oil. It works as a deep conditioner and can help repair damaged hair. Jojoba oil can be left in overnight, but it should be washed out in the morning. Other oils that are good for naturally moisturizing hair include: almond oil, rosemary oil, and coconut oil.

Eggs are also a great way to condition your hair. To condition your hair with eggs, simply beat a raw egg in a bowl and apply it to your hair. Allow it to remain in your hair for at least 5 to 10 minutes. Make sure that you wash out the egg with COLD water, because warm water will cook the egg and it will be very difficult to remove cooked egg(s) from your hair.

Hopefully, you have found these natural moisturizing methods to be helpful. Keep in mind that if you are concerned with growing healthy hair, you must start with nutrition. Proper nutrition is vital to fast, healthy hair growth.

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08 Sep, 2011

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