Regular oil application to the hair reduces hair fatiguee and protects the hair follicle from surfactant's by filling the gap between the. Cuticle cells.
Coconut oil, almond oil, Castor oil, onion oil and Amla oil are some of the best oils for your hair and scalp.
There's no doubt that oiling hair is a blanket solution for everything from lifeless tresses to damage ends to stress relief, whether you have read about it online or heard it from your grandmother.
1. Dandruff sufferers should avoid it. This could come off as a shock. Well it certainly was for me. Shouldn't oil your scalp when you have dandruff. Instead use aloe Vera gel, crushed neem leaves, or name oil to cleanse your scalp.
2. Don't let the oil sit on your head overnight. Although we have been taught that keeping the oil in is good, it's not true since the oil can block your hair follicles.if you have been told to leave your medicated oil or night, was it out within 3-4 hours.
3. Make sure you don't overdo the oil. like moistures, a little oil goes a long way with her. I'll start with the palm full and massage it deeply, adding more where you feel your hair needs it.
4. If your scalp is oily, don't oil your hair. oily hair and oily scalp are not good combination. However, even when you have dry hair and oily scalp, oiling won't help as it can further clog your pores.
5. Last but not least, if you have hair loss, stay away from oil. Like good nutrition and food, oiling strengthens the roots and keeps your hair from falling. If you already have hair loss, you don't need oiling.