Use This One Oil To Prevent Balding, Breaking Or Graying Hair

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3. Controls Gray Hair

Like printer ink, as we age, our bodies produce less and less color for new hair that grows. This results in graying hair. You can slow down the graying process by using coconut oil in your daily shower and hair care routine by protecting the scalp and nourishing the hair follicle.


4. Prevents Hair Loss

The rich, healthy fats in coconut oil nourish the hair shaft and scalp, as well as fighting inflammation and bacterial infections of the skin. This can result in fewer lost hairs.


5. Smooth, Shiny, Healthier Looking Hair

Even if you don’t have any of the above problems, but you want truly luscious locks that people will envy (and who doesn’t want that?!) then you want coconut oil! Many people find frizzy hair a real problem in the cold winter months when heaters dry out the hair. Coconut oil will seal in your hair’s natural moisture and add healthy fats so that it looks healthy and smooth, not frizzy and fried. Use it once a week as a deep conditioning treatment, or add some to the ends for shiny, silky hair you can be proud of!


READ  ALSO: How to Use Essential Oils for Healthy, Gorgeous Hair


Of course, coconut oil can do much more than just give you beautiful hair. Read all of the articles we have here at NaturalOn and find out how adding coconut oil, with its healthy fats and medium chain fatty acids, can improve your health!


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  1. steven9726

    Apr 21, 2016 at 8:46 am

    OKayeee— why don’t you mention when to apply the Coconut oil on your hair. You gave instructions how to use with lice but not when to apply on your hair by using coconut oil in your daily shower and hair care routine by protecting the scalp and nourishing the hair follicle. I take showers every morning before heading off to work.. Do you leave the oil on your hair all day??

    • justdooit

      Apr 28, 2016 at 5:37 pm

      I’d use it as a rinse…like when you first shampoo…then rinse, and apply a 2nd. layer…use coconut oil instead. Trouble is coconut oil is usually in flakes…lol…NO , NOT DANDRUFF FLAKES….lol That’s the oil one uses for sauteing, etc. IF you find a liquid coconut oil to use as a rinse…I’d jut leave it on all day…but then if you start dropping coconuts…you’ll probably go COO COO….lol
      Hey…I just can’t hep mahseff….Life is FUN when you’re 70…ARGH$%^&*(%^&*%^&*(
      I just thought of a better result…COCO locks…but you might DRED THEM…OH MAN…OK I’ll stop now…lol