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Pomegranate Seed Oil Benefits in Hair Care

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Known for its various uses in skin care, this also provides benefits in hair care as well. The uses of pomegranate seed oil for hair is just as abundant as its uses in skin care making it a great oil to have in your hair oils collection.

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Pomegranate Seed Oil Moisturizes Hair

Use this essential oil in hot oil treatments to make hair soft and smooth. It is best in soothing dry and frizzy hair. Curly hair also benefits from using pomegranate oil hot oil treatments because it has highly moisturizing properties that help make curly hair soft and less coarse. To use at home, apply a few drops of this oil on the palm of your hand. Massage oil into hair and scalp and let it sit for a few minutes. Wrap your hair in a hot towel while waiting. Rinse the oil from your hair with lukewarm water and your regular shampoo.

Pomegranate Seed Oil for Hair Revives Dullness and Dryness

Use of too much styling products and environmental factors can make hair less vibrant, dry and dull. Rejuvenate lack-luster hair with some pomegranate oil. Before stepping out, apply a few drops of the oil on hair and use it to give hair shine and vibrancy. The moisturizing properties of the oil can give your hair a coat of protection against the harsh outside elements like pollution that can make your hair look dull.

Healthy Scalp Care with Pomegranate Seed Oil

If you suffer from dandruff, itchy scalp and oily scalp, applying pomegranate seed oil for hair can help by keeping your scalp healthy. The oil may be able to help balance your scalp’s pH levels to reduce excessive oil production. It may also help stimulate healthy hair growth with continued use. Pomegranate oil contains high levels of vitamin C, which helps stimulate healthy hair health and hair growth.

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    Barbara Willis

    A self-proclaimed food enthusiast who continues to experiment and seek for blends and brews that tickles every aspect of your taste buds.


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