Monthly Archives: October, 2012

Natural Oils For Hair & Hair Growth

Every Lady needs to have hair looking healthy and shiny. Using Oil for your hair is a great way to treat , nourish and hydrate hair growth. Every week, use your fingertips to massage any of these natural oils into your scalp, the oil which contain natural ingredients get to absorb into your scalp skin to instantly reduce irritation and get rid of dryness that causes itching.

Natural Oil

Home made Hot-oil treatment is also a remedy for damaged hair. Heat the oil in the microwave and coat your hair with it, not too hot but warm enough to touch your scalp, then wrap a warm/ wet towel round your hair and wait for 30  minutes before washing and for more damaged hair, cover hair with a tight shower cap and leave over night before washing.

Other  natural oils for your hair to leave it healthy and shiny…

Jojoba Oil for Hair & Hair Growth

English: A plastic bottle of Desert Essence br...

English: A plastic bottle of Desert Essence brand jojoba oil. Photo taken in the United States, with an E5200 digital camera. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Derived from the seed of the jojoba plant, The same nourishing properties that make jojoba oil beneficial to the skin also make it equally beneficial for the hair and scalp. Unlike other oils, Jojoba oil does not actually penetrate the hair cell membranes. Instead it seals the hair shaft allowing it to retain its natural oils and nutrients keeping the hair strong this liquid wax is similar  to sebum the moisturizer/conditioner naturally produced by our bodies.  Jojoba oil is extremely effective at disintegrating this buildup and freeing the hair follicle to grow and receive nutrients.

Jojoba is also considered to be one of the best treatments for many scalp conditions like dandruff and keeps your hair shiny, soft, thick and strong. Adding a few drops to your regular shampoo  will generate amazing improvements to the look and feel of your hair and the pore cleansing effects help to promote growth and regeneration.

Almond Oil for Hair & Hair Growth

almond oil

Cold-pressed from the seeds of almonds, almond oil stands side by side with olive oil for its ability to protect and moisturize hair. When massaged into the hair, almond oil removes the build up of dead skin cells which alleviates scalp inflammation and allows the hair to grow freely. Although almond oil is not known to re-grow hair, it does protect and stimulate the growth of existing hair follicles making them less prone to breakage. Almond oil is also very effective in treating skin conditions like seborheic dermatitis. People with allergies to nuts should use caution when using almond oil and discontinue use if any allergic skin reactions occur.

Rosemary Oil for Hair and Hair Growth

Rosemary oil is gotten from the rosemary herb, a member of the mint family, for its many internal and external health benefits. The oil is known to develop blood vessels and stimulate cell division. This encourages hair follicles to produce new hair. Rosemary oil is also believed to inhibit both hair loss and graying in addition to removing dandruff and soothing dry, flaky scalps. The disinfectant properties of the oil also aid in preventing bacteria and other harmful organisms from getting into the hair and scalp.
Garden Rosemary Olive Oil

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Detangling has ben a serious problems in styling hair, it’s a task that every Lady run from but its a must do to properly maintain your hair. It’s a constant pain between getting the tangles out and removing shed hair but  not over manipulating it.

With all the pains and stress associated with this process, I thought it would be helpful to give a breakdown of the tools which can help one get through the stress while still having much hair on the head and out of combs.


This is a detangling brush tool that has been in use for sometimes now. The brush has the ability to entangle and separate curls for a more refined look. Its uniqueness is the way it can detangle due to the flexible teeth and the truth is that it can prevent capture the shed hair to prevent your hair from matting or twisting.Like other tools, Denman brush can cause hair breakage if proper caution is not taken when used too often, it’s always good to use it as the final step to smoothen the hair out before styling.




line art drawing of hair comb.


The comb can be the most preferred tool by many for detangling because it detangle efficiently and remove shed hair. This exceptional wide comb has been created  to the highest standards of accuracy and quality in order to gently detangle hair.It is convenient, hygienic and durable. The  accurate finish and smooth edges make it the perfect comb for tangle-free.Combing hair from the tip to root reduces hair breakage while combing from root to tip tends to rip healthy hair out.


Using your fingers might  not be appropriate but the use of an actual part of your body makes it easier to know a tangle and also do a great job in getting  it out gently.Using your fingers can give a correct amount of force on the hair can be the best option for persons with fine hair that splits and breaks easily.


Dry detangling is done by applying  oil, conditioner, or a mixture of the two to the hair, then detangling  it before cleansing. it easier to see and remove the tangles.There is less chance for breakage since the hair is strongest when dry while the oils and or conditioner not only act as a lubricant for easier  detangling, but they also help to moisturize the hair to reduce the  dryness.


Natural hair conditioner


Thank you…xoxo