HOW TO GROW OUT YOUR HAIR WITH THIS ALL-NATURAL OIL

GROW OUT YOUR HAIR WITH THIS ALL-NATURAL OIL : I love long hair and I am sure many of you too! Although, not all are blessed with good hair growth. Hair loss and stunt hair growth is a major problem these days thanks to stress, pollution, lack of nutrition and genes.

Natural treatments always work the best and they have no side effects at all like commercial chemical based products. Ayurvedic hair oils are a perfect way to solve hair and scalp issues. Below is how you could make and use a natural homemade oil to grow out your hair along with its benefits:
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BENEFITS:

AVOCADO OIL

Avocado oil moisturizes scalp and hair, acts as a natural SPF for hair and reduces hair breakage. It also strengthens follicles and reduces hair fall.

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OLIVE OIL

Olive oil is a natural hair strengthener, split-end repairer and scalp nourisher. It prevents hair fal, makes hair soft, silky and thicker.

CASTOR OIL

Castor oil is rich in vitamins, minerals and fatty acids and is a great ingredient to keep hair looking and feeling healthy. Castor oil strengthens hair follicles making your hair less prone to hair fall and also stimulates hair growth.

ADDITIONAL BENEFITS

The oil is all natural and has absolutely no side effects. Can be used in multiple ways and is cost effective.

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HOW TO MAKE AND USE NATURAL HAIR GROWTH OIL:

Things you need-

½ cup castor oil
½ cup olive oil
¼ cup avocado oil

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Method-

In a bowl, take ½ cup of warm olive oil and add in ½ cup of warm castor oil.
Mix it well.
Add in ¼ cup of avocado oil and stir.
Apply the warm oil t your scalp and hair and massage for 30 minutes.
Tie a hair bun and keep it for 3 hours or overnight and shampoo it off.
Use the oil once a week for best results.

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