Moringa oil has properties that are beneficial in all parts of your hair regimen. We’ve put together some beauty tips, powered by the goodness of Moringa, to nourish your tresses from root to tip!
In case you’re not in the know, pre-pooing is the process of applying oil to curly hair to make detangling easier before shampooing.
Use Moringa oil to get your hair soft and ready for your wash day, it works to fight dandruff and split ends.
You might have skipped the pre-poo, or just want to give your hair a pamper session by deep conditioning. Great idea! Grab some Moringa oil to make a hair mask or hot oil treatment.
Moringa oil contains high levels of vitamin A and E, Biotin, Zinc and Silica which are connected to stimulating hair growth. Here’s what they do for you:
Vitamin A is critical in hair growth. If your body does not get enough of it, it can lead to alopecia (hair loss).
Vitamin E is an antioxidant. A Universiti Sains Malaysia study showed that people suffering hair loss and took vitamin E supplements showed a 34.5% increase in hair growth.
Biotin is one of the eight B vitamins, that keeps us all healthy and energized from day to day. Biotin deficiencies can lead to several health problems, including hair loss.
Zinc is important for hair tissue’s growth and repair. It also helps keep the oil glands around the follicles working properly.
Silica is an essential part of your body’s development. And when it comes to your hair’s development, if you’re low on Silica your hair grows slower and becomes more brittle.
Now that your hair is conditioned, style it!
Moringa oil can be a great part of your styling process. After washing your hair apply Moringa oil to your strands and massage your scalp with it. It will moisturize your scalp and strengthen your hair at the same time. It’s a lightweight, dry oil that is easily absorbed by hair and not likely to weigh it down.
Pamper yourself, while you pamper your hair and grab a magazine or watch a movie while you let your Moringa oil work on your hair!