HAIR AVOCADO MASK/ WHY & HOW

There is nothing like homemade masks for skin and hair care. Usually when you purchase masks at the drug store they come with chemicals to ensure that it lasts long on the shelves, this is why I love doing my homemade masks for my self care days.

Avocados are a great choice for doing a hair treatment on your own. Avocados are extremely moisturizing and nourishing for your hair. Avocados contain natural oils that are good for dry and dehydrated hair, as well vitamins that nourishes the scalp.

Avocados helps your hair to look healthy and shinny, specially since it is a natural source of biotin, which it has been proven to be beneficial for your hair, skin and nails health.

Avocados are full of vitamins B and E, and they these vitamins helps to protect and strengthen your hair. Vitamin B is essential in the reversal of hair loss and increases hair’s strength, while vitamin E aids in repairing any damage that the scalp may have sustained.

The use of avocado mask on a weekly basis, can dramatically improve the texture and appearance of dull and lifeless hair, enhance shine, and protect the layers of your hair, making it less brittle and prone to breaking.

2015 study found that minerals in avocado oil, including potassium and magnesium, may seal cuticle cells, which can help hair look smooth and shiny and prevent it from breaking.

Even thought there haven’t been many clinical studies on the effects of avocado on hair, vegetable oil has been shown to help protect hair from damage, and fatty acids have been found to reduce oil and improve hair’s overall quality.

HOMEMADE AVOCADO HAIR MASK

  • 1 medium avocado, smashed
  • 3 tbsp coconut oil
    Place ingredients in a small bowl ans whisk until well combined. You can use clean hands or a brush to add avocado mast on your hair and then cover it and let is rest for 25-45 minutes.

Coconut oil has many benefits for your hair health as well and it moisturizes it.

Variations:

  • Lemons = It helps reduce oils and dandruff.
    Add 1 tbsp.
  • Aloe = It has anti-inflammatory properties than can soothe the scalp and vitamins to nourish your hair.
    Add 2 tbsp
  • Banana = It smooths and adds shine to your hair.
    Add 1 small banana, smashed.
  • Oatmeal = Perfect to calm itchy and dry scalp.
    Add 1/2 cup.

Published by Stephanie's Wellness

Stephanie's Wellness is a online vegan magazine that helps ladies to create a healthy relationship with mind, body & food. Here I share information about wellness, mindset, nutrition, and health. I also give workouts ideas and tips. I love to share recipes ideas that are healthier than the usual ones. I also share everything you need to have a healthy mindset, how to create routines, how to stay motivated, how to talk to your self and more. Also the magazine supports animal's sanctuaries and rescues and will be donating $0.25 from every issue sold to these places. Join the free FB Group: Stephanie's Wellness Community FB: @stephanieswellnessmag IG: @stephanieswellnessdotcom Follow Founder Stephanie IG: @iamstephaniellopez

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