Beauty

Almond Oil: Homemade Mask To Tame Rebellious Strands

Quarantine haircare.

When it comes to natural oils, very few are as complete as almond oil. Rich in fatty acids, Omega-3, phospholipids, vitamin E, and magnesium, this oil is great for curly, wavy, coarse, or dry hair.

Almond oil is a wonderful natural ingredient perfect for nourishing your chemically treated hair. As its name suggests, the product is a derivative of the almond tree nut, and its benefits are many. That’s why it is one of the most reliable ingredients in many nourishing hair products.

If you’re looking for a super hydrating, quick, effective, and homemade hair mask, you can apply and leave on while you work from home, chat on the phone, check social media or hang out; this one is perfect for you.

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Almond oil is one of the most nourishing oils for coarse hair.

How to Apply Almond Oil On Your Hair

This natural oil helps nourish dehydrated, dried, and stubborn strands. It is also a natural antidote against hair loss and damaged hair. In addition to the benefits mentioned above, almond oil will add shine to your dull strands.

If you consider yourself a naturalist and love the purity of natural ingredients, you can buy almond oil at any organic food store or pharmacy. The pure oil can be applied directly onto the scalp to hydrate it and encourage hair growth.

After generously applying it onto your scalp, wrap your hair with plastic cooking wrap. The idea is to generate heat or steam so that the nuts proteins, omegas, and vitamins are fully activated.

Leave the oil on the hair for at least an hour before rinsing it thoroughly with shampoo and conditioner. We recommend applying this homemade mask at least once a week to see the results.

Frizz is a typical feature of damaged and chemically treated hair because the natural composition of the strands was damaged. Almond oil helps restore broken follicles by making the strands long and robust. 

Try this quick mask and let us know if you noticed the difference. 

Editor’s Note: We don’t recommend applying this oil on straight, fine, hair since it might become too oily. 

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