You need to take better care of your hair. Certainly, you can go to a hairdressing salon, pick a packet and enjoy various deep conditioning treatments. You need to pay attention to all the chemicals you put in and on your body. They can never be compared to the wonderful 100% natural beauty products that come from nature itself.
There are many recipes and formulas out there and it would be a pity if you don’t use them. Especially, when you have the ingredients in your house. At least most of the time. Like avocados. Believe us, this wonderful fruit will leave you speechless. If used properly, avocado masks work wonders on your hair. You can use it as a raw fruit oil and make your hair and body shine.
Like almond oil, avocado oil helps with hair growth, hair loss, giving a healthy/shine look to your hair. You can use it as a hair mask, or even as a body cream, especially on your hands. The early Egyptians used it before us, and thanks to them, we use it now. Stop being lazy, and instead of buying chemicals from the stores, roll up your sleeves and make your own homemade avocado hair mask. We’ll show you how, but first let’s discuss some other avocado hair mask benefits.
Usually, avocado and oil hair mask is a mixture used for hair masks. For additional use, more ingredients can be added. It protects the hair from heat and chemicals. As we said before, it stimulates hair growth and also prevents hair loss or split ends. Avocado is an essential ingredient for dry and brittle hair, which works out perfectly as a natural hair conditioner and an effective moisturizer for frizzy hair as well. And it smells good too.
One of the causes for these hair conditions, like hair loss, is deficiency of vitamins. This buttery fruit is consisted of Vitamin B and E. It might help with repairing scalp damages, which is one of the main reasons for hair loss. One of the avocado hair mask benefits is scalp revitalization. Hair complications like itching can happen because of dry scalp.
By applying homemade avocado hair mask on you head, the scalp gets hydrated, the oil penetrates inside the hair follicles, directly in the epidermis layer. Blood circulation, rejuvenated and moisturized scalp without itching and dryness can be the results of the avocado hair mask. You can use avocado honey hair mask, avocado olive oil hair mask, banana and avocado hair mask, or other variations of avocado treatments for hair. Your hair will be smooth, shiny and full of life, thanks to its fats, omega-3 acids, vitamins, amino acids and proteins.
Olive oil prevents hair damage (and it can be a really good thing if you use a lot of heat on your hair), and the honey is rich in scalp/hair-strengthening vitamins and helps with moisture. Lavender oil is regularly used for its natural anti-dandruff effect on the scalp.
If your hair is curly and you want healthier locks, use hair mask with avocado. Avocado hair masks can be also used for detangling the hair without making it greasy.
We share some simple avocado hair mask recipes that only take few minutes to make it and in exchange you get stunning results.
Instructions: Take 1 ripe avocado, 2 tablespoons of olive oil, 2 tablespoons of honey and couple of drops of lavender essential oil (optional). Mash the avocado well (no lumps) and mix all the ingredients in a small mixing bowl.
Whip until the mixture forms light and smooth color. Apply the mixture on your hair, but first dump the hair with water. When applying the mask, pay more attention to the hair ends. Massage your head well and cover the hair with a shower cap. Wait 40 minutes, then rinse your hair and remove the mask. In the end wash and condition your hair as you regularly do. Don’t be fooled by the look of the mixture. It kind of looks gross, like something is squished all over your head.
Trust us, it’s worth it. You need this, especially if your hair survived the horror of constant dying or it’s been all fried, bleached or neglected. If you don’t like oily roots, avoid applying the mask to the roots and leave few inches. Try to do this more often, or at least once a month (if your hair doesn’t need a lot of conditioning). Apply the mask to damp hair and wrap it up in a shower cap and apply some heat, whether you’re outside on the warm sun, or you blow dry it. That way the mask will get deep into your hair.