Want thick, shiny, healthy hair - in 60 minutes?
Find out how using coconut oil for hair treatment and moisturizing can give you stronger, healthier hair - even if you suffer from thin, lifeless dull hair!
In less than one hour, you can treat yourself to intense moisturizing that strengthens and nourishes your hair. Once you've experienced running your fingers through a head of thick and healthy hair, you'll never go back to off-the-shelf hair conditioners again.
Skip right to the Step-by-Step Instructions or keep reading to learn more!
Coconut oil can give
Polynesian women have been using coconut oil for hair moisturizing for hundreds of years. This ancient remedy has been handed down from family to family - giving these island women their trademark thick and shiny hair.
The natural scent of fresh coconut oil bursting with moisturizing oils can help improve the health and strength of your hair.
Now it's your turn to treat yourself to this remarkable all-natural hair moisturizing treatment and enjoy the hair care secrets passed down through tropical cultures.
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It's no secret virgin coconut oil is bursting with fortifying fatty acids. Studies show coconut oil actually penetrates the hair shaft and reduces protein loss. These fatty acids are proven to enhance and strengthen the hair shaft.
Some shampoos can strip your hair of its natural oils. This is why you may have to use a hair conditioner to prevent dry, brittle hair.
Unfortunately, some hair conditioners don't really replace your natural hair oils - they simply coat the hair shaft, giving you the illusion of healthy hair.
Virgin coconut oil is proven to replenish the vital oils that give your hair shine and bounce. Dry damaged hair can easily break and leads to split ends. Using virgin coconut oil as a hair treatment can strengthen the hair shaft, reducing split ends and hair breakage.
Before beginning this treatment, you'll need a couple of items to prepare.
You'll also need about one hour to do this deep conditioning hair treatment.
It's recommended you do this hair treatment when you can sit at home and allow the oil to penetrate into the hair. Generally, the longer you allow the oil to soak into the hair, the better the results you'll achieve.
You'll need the following items:
- One jar of virgin coconut oil
- Plastic shower cap
Follow these simple steps to thicker and healthier hair:
Shampoo your hair and let dry until slightly damp.
Apply a quarter-sized amount of virgin coconut oil to your palms and rub hands together. The heat from your hands will instantly melt the coconut oil, coating your palms and fingers with the oil. If you have longer hair, you'll probably need to use more oil.
Run your fingers through your hair. Concentrate on coating your hair with the oil. Your hair will look slick and shiny from the oil. Using too much oil will take longer to rinse out.
Take the plastic shower cap and cover your hair. This keeps your hair in place. It also helps retain heat to increase absorption.
Leave on for about one hour, then remove the plastic shower cap and rinse your hair. Your hair will feel thick and full right after this 60 minute treatment.
|Use an organic virgin coconut oil for your hair treatment.||After washing your hair, let dry until it's slightly damp.||Place oil between your palms and rub together to liquefy it.||Massage the oil through your hair, coating the hair shafts with oil, from root to tip.||Place a shower cap on your head for about one hour, then remove and rinse out.|
Here's another method using a spray water bottle to wet the hair and adding coconut oil:
I think it depends on the initial condition of your hair. My hair feels thick and full for at least a week before I do another weekly deep oil conditioning.
You may get away with doing it only once every couple of weeks or you may have to do it more often.
Some shampoos may
Remember that some shampoos can strip the oils from your hair if you use them too much. This is why you may have to condition your hair after shampooing to replace any oils you've just washed out.
Depending on your overall health and diet, your hair may require more or less coconut oil hair treatments between shampoos.
Forget about using hair conditioners, hot oil treatments, thickening mousses and gels to nourish your hair. You're giving money away to those multi-corporations intent on selling you products with empty promises.
Virgin coconut oil is one of the few healthy oils proven to penetrate your hair shaft leading to thicker-looking hair and less split ends.
Use only 'virgin' coconut oils
There are a number of good quality organic coconut oils you can use to deep condition your hair.
For more detailed information, visit my webpage How to Choose the Best Coconut Oil. You'll learn that not all coconut oils are the same. This information will help you choose the best virgin coconut oil for you and your family.
Using coconut oil for hair conditioning is the best thing for strengthening and nourishing your hair. You can even buy coconut oil shampoos for the convenience of getting a shampoo and deep conditioner all in one package.
Coconut oil is proven to penetrate the hair, thickening the hair shaft and reducing breakage and split ends. Mother Nature has all you need for 100% organic hair care.
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