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The Best Oils & Butters For Winter/Fall Natural Hair Care

October 13, 2016Infographic, Standard

The Best Oils & Butters For Winter/Fall Natural Hair Care

The colder & winter months can be harsh on your delicate tresses, but your hair doesn’t have to suffer. Add these super moisturizing oils & butters to your natural hair regimen to combat the harsh weather.

  1. Cupuacu Butter
    The water absorbing abilities of Cupuacu Butter makes it a great hair moisturizer. It is filled with nutrients and minerals that help strengthen the hair and promote a healthy scalp. It’s perfect for hair that may need a little extra TLC in the moisture department. Perfect for sealing in moisture during winter
  2. Avocado Oil
    Avocado Oil is one of the very few oils that can actually penetrate the hair shaft. Avocado oil is also full of vitamins and amino acids to strengthen your hair and add luster. It’s well on all hair types.
  3. Shea Butter
    Shea Butter is a heavier butter that is great for damaged, brittle and breaking hair. it helps fortify hair strands from the root to the tip. It butter can also shield your hair to lock in moisture. Shea butter can also shield your hair from harmful UV rays and prevent sun damage
  4. Jamaican Black Castor Oil
    Jamaican Black Castor Oil (JBCO) works to moisturize and strengthen hair. It helps give fine hair a thicker appearance and it’s filled with nutrients to feed your hair follicles. JBCO treats dry, flaky scalp, it soothes eczema and scalp irritations. It’s also said to help increase hair growth as it stimulates blood flow in the scalp.
  5. Mango Butter
    Mango butter is an emollient and moisture-rich butter that is packed with fatty acids and other vitamins for the hair. It softens the hair and helps prevent damage to the hair from the environment. This sweet-smelling butter is great for hair that needs ultimate moisture and hydration for parched strands.
  6. Olive Oil
    Olive Oil penetrates the cortex of the hair adding sheen to dull hair and offering long-lasting moisture to parched strands. It’s strands. It’s perfect to dryness. Filled with fatty acids, olive oil can protect the hair from damage, fight frizz, prevent dandruff and soften the hair.
  7. Tucuma Butter
    A natural emollient that is high in fatty acids, Tucuma Butter comes from the seeds of a specific palm tree found in Brazil. An exotic butter. Tucuma works wonders for dry, damaged and dull hair. You’ll notice softer, downier hair tons of slip.
  8. Babassu Oil
    Babassu oil is light oil that won’t leave it feeling greasy. As a natural emollient, babassu will strengthen the hair leaving it moisturized and refreshed, it’s also really great for irritated, flaky or sensitive skin and soothing eczema, itchy or irritated scalp.

 

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