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Three brilliant oils for beautiful beach hair
It's summer - and the great thing is that means that lots of us will be planning brilliant beach holidays.
But there's nothing worse than arriving at the beach when you've travelled miles and realising that your hair isn't looking as brilliant as you'd like. You want lovely locks that will look full of health in those holiday snaps, right?
Try these three oils for bringing a brilliant boost to your hair when it comes to your beach break.
Conditioning coconut oil is a great addition to your holiday beauty kit, and if you're headed somewhere tropical, it's the perfect fit for your location!
Not only will you possibly be drinking gorgeous coconut water on the beach, your hair could also be relishing this brilliant oil, which can be rubbed into the scalp and hair to bring about a range of benefits.
Anyone who's worried that dandruff might leave them feeling embarrassed on the beach could benefit from this oil's dandruff-beating properties, too!
Another of our favourite fruits is also behind another of our favourite oils! From Vitamin D, to Vitamin A and Vitamin E, there's lots of nutrient action going on in this oil.
It can be used in a similar way to coconut oil, so you could try both to see which is the most effective on your hair. Then take both with you when you head away, or just your favourite!
Containing Vitamin E and Vitamin A, this amazing oil is brilliantly moisturising and like all the oils we've been looking at today, will work on skin as well as on your hair - a multi-purpose fact that could come into its own for holiday packing!
Which oils will you be using when you head away this year? Tell us on Twitter and share the hair care fun!
- The Great Pomegranate Seed Oil Hi Kianouche, Thank you for your message. I would recommend to mix pomegranate oil with Marula oil for what you are looking to treat. A few drops of antioxidant-rich Marula oil mixed with Pomegranate oil can boost efficacy and help restore your skin’s functions in perfect equilibrium. Long term use may visibly minimise pores, brighten the skin, protect it from the oxidative damage caused by pollution, tones down pigmentation and assists with scar tissue healing. Hope this helps :)
- The Great Pomegranate Seed Oil Hi I’ve bought some of your pomegranate oil, together with rosehip and marula oils. Which of the other two oils would be better to mix with pomegranate oil for mature skin with hyperpigmentation due to sun damage and sometimes prone to spots and milia when using rich moisturisers. Also, can I use pomegranate oil by itself or combined with either of the other two oils around my eyes
- Flaxseed oil: the homeopathic healerHi Genevive, Thank you for your comment. Homeopathic medicine refers to an alternative approach to medicine that uses natural substances that can be prepared to create a remedy to restore our health and feeling of vitality. Flaxseeds are a natural product that we have pressed organically to produce Flaxseed oil that we celebrate for its powerful healing qualities. I hope that helps!
- Flaxseed oil: the homeopathic healerHow, exactly, is this product homeopathic?
- The amazing Ashwagandha benefits for womenHi Dolores, thank you for your message!Ashwagandha is an adaptogen so will adapt to your own bodies rhythm. It is a powerful way to regulate energy levels through the day so in some people may boost circulation and cell activity, which is why you may find yourself with insomnia. Everyone is unique and different, so will react to herbs and remedies differently. As you are using bio-identical hormones, I would advise you check with your GP, as there are often interferences with herbs. Perhaps you should try taking your Ashwagandha in the morning to regulate your bodies rhythm through the day.
- The amazing Ashwagandha benefits for womenCan it actually cause insomnia and night sweats in menopausal women if taken at night? I think it does for me. I also use compounded bio-identical hormones.