Disclaimer: These oils are great not only for hair, but some as body oils, for cooking and consuming as well.
The Soother — Jojoba Oil originates from the Simmondsia chinensis plant, native to southern Arizona, southern California and northwestern Mexico. The oil makes up about 50% of the jojoba seed by weight. Commonly used to soothe dry skin, it contains anti-inflammatory properties.
The Sweetheart — Almond Oil is a light oil. Originating from almonds, almond oil gives off a naturally sweet smell. It not only provides hair with luster and shine, but also contains Vitamin E, which protects your skin from UV radiation. *Great for baking or low-temperature meals!*
The Holy Grail — Jamaican Black Castor Oil (JBCO) is a heavyweight oil used to strengthen and heal hair cuticles. It also can be used as a moisturizer, and is often mixed with lighter oils to provide extra moisture. You’ll see the original to the right, but there is a multitude of scents and uses for moisture and repair!
The Versatile — Coconut oil is undefeated; you can eat it plain, use it in your cooking dishes, on your body or in your hair. For hair purposes, coconut oil is useful for helping your hair grow longer and thicker, faster. It also nourishes the scalp, and we all know foundation is key! *Great for cooking on low-temperature!*
The Liquid Gold — Argan oil is best for dry or frizzy hair. It derives from Morocco, and is rich in fatty acids and Vitamin E. Argan oil frequently is used in edge controls, and rightfully so—those baby hairs will last all day with a touch of liquid gold! This specific oil comes in the form of a spray, great for weave and wig hair extensions. Although the name makes it seem almost impossible to believe, this oil is a dry, misty argan oil, useful for providing moisture, shine and protection—without leaving your hands a mess! You’d have to try it to believe it.
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