Avocados are a wonderful and incredibly nutritious green fruit, full of fats, vitamins and minerals. Its flesh contains about 30% fats! Rich in fatty acids such as Omega-3 and Omega-6 oleic acid, minerals such as calcium, phosphorus, potassium, vitamin E, A, H, C As well as a wealth of B vitamins.
Avocado oil for face, hair and nails
Unsaturated fatty acids from avocado oil regenerate the skin, have an anti-allergic effect, and inhibit water evaporation from the skin (inhibit transepidermal water loss). Squalene in avocado oil has anti-inflammatory and anti-fungal properties, while chlorophyll shows anti-inflammatory and soothing effects. Avocado oil is especially recommended for sensitive, mature, aging, problematic skin. It helps in the treatment of eczema and psoriasis. Avocado oil is included in the group of thick oils, which is why it is often mixed with other lighter oils (sweet almond oil, grapeseed oil, apricot kernel oil).
effects of avocado oil on hair
Where did you get the idea to add it to the offer? Well, avocado oil has a wonderful composition, action and can be used in many different ways. If you are thinking about oiling your hair then you should consider this oil. What kind of hair will avocado oil be best for?
Due to its concentration of omega-9 fatty acids, avocado oil is suitable for medium porosity hair. However, its high vitamin content and strong antioxidant activity make it a great remedy for damaged, lacking vitality and bounce, brittle high-porosity hair. Highly porous hair strands are most in need of regeneration and a set of vitamins, a specialized approach. And here avocado oil will be the ideal solution. From experience, I would add that the oil inhibits or slows down graying, so if you want to enjoy your natural hair color for a long time, you should have it on hand! Additional benefits of regular use include:
- The hair is more manageable,
- loss is reduced,
- look healthy
How to use avocado oil on hair?
The oil should be applied to the ends of the hair, so as not to weigh down the hair. You can, of course, oil the entire length of your hair including the scalp, but then it is best to keep for an hour (deep regeneration) under a cap and then wash your hair. For daily oiling of hair, a small amount of oil is enough.
EFFECT OF AVOCADO OIL ON NAILS
You can use the oil to nourish your nails. Its power is great that it can successfully replace ready-made nail conditioners. Simply massage the oil into the nail plate regularly to make them stronger, smoother, more resilient. Avocados can be used as a cream for our hands, which will be moisturized, nourished and smooth thanks to their wealth of vitamins, minerals and fatty acids. This is an ideal option for those struggling with chapped and rough skin on their hands.
Notes and contraindications
- Safe for pregnant and lactating women
- For outdoor use
- Always fresh, minced
- Without alcohol
Storage: Store the face, hair and nail oil away from heat and light, preferably in the refrigerator.
Persea Americana (Avocado) Oil.