How Fruit Can Help Your Hair Grow
Natural hair loves the nutrients from fruit, so we can not deny fruit’s power and benefits to grow your curls.
Fruits contain many vitamins, such as vitamins A, C, E, K, Fiber, and Potassium.Fruits aid hair growth, and we’re highlighting the topical benefits of avocados, coconuts, olives, and pineapples to help you retain moisture and grow healthier hair.
Avocados have antioxidants that are good for moisturizing hair, which promotes hair growth. Avocados contain vitamins A, D, E B6, folic acids, amino acids, and proteins -- which all help soothe the scalp.
Avocados are not only good for the scalp. When used in a mask or as an oil, they can also benefit the hair topically. Avocado oil has a high boiling point, which makes it the perfect heat protectant for blowouts.
Avocados are so pivotal in the natural hair community that NaturAll Club has a whole line dedicated to its greatness for curly hair.
There is a famous coconut oil debate in the natural hair community.
Some say it is good; some say it does not work, and some even say they hate it. Honestly, coconut oil has many benefits if it is the right oil for you. If not, there are other alternatives.
Coconut benefits hair the best in oil form. Coconut oil promotes hair growth, adds shine, is a great detangler, softens hair, and fights against scalp issues (i.e., dry scalp).
For people who are opposed to coconut oil, many other alternatives provide similar benefits.
Olives are highly rich in mono-unsaturated fatty acids and vitamin E. Olives add shine to the hair, promotes hair growth, and moisturizes the hair and scalp.
Olives are in multiple hair products, including ORS Olive Oil , which has a whole line dedicated to it.
Avocado, coconut, and olives are just a few of the fruits that can moisturize your hair and help it grow long and healthy. Incorporating them into your hair regimen will take your curls to the next level.
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