An Argan Oil to Promote Hair GrowthAn Argan Oil to Promote Hair Growth

Are you looking for a natural hair care product that creates the perfect environment to promote stronger, healthier hair? Argan oil may be the thing you’re looking for.

How many different tricks have you tried to get the perfect thick, shiny hair you long for? Maybe you’ve been desperate enough to turn to one of the many chemical products available to restore hair growth.

Argan oil can be used to promote a healthy scalp and stronger hair.

A healthy scalp and stronger hair can result in better hair growth and retention. Keeping your hair on your head and out of the drain is one of your goals, right? Argan oil contains some essential ingredients to help you meet this goal.

Argan oil is high in oleic fatty acid (43-49% of the fatty acid content), and linoleic fatty acid (29-36% of the fatty acid content), and vitamin E. All of which contribute to healthy hair and scalp.

Argan oil comes from the fruits of the argan tree.

Luscious, golden argan oil is made by harvesting and drying the fruits, then removing the pulp and cracking the outer shell of the seed to remove the kernels inside.

While the removal of the pulp can be mechanized, attempts to do so with the removal of the outer shell of the nut have been unsuccessful. That part of the process must still be done by hand, and is a labor-intensive job.

The kernels are then crushed to extract the golden oil.

Natural oils are essential for healthy hair and skin.

Oleic acid is a monounsaturated fatty acid widely found in nature. Linoleic acid is found in the lipids of cell membranes, and is abundant in several vegetable oils, including argan oil.

Oleic acid makes hair softer and more pliable while linoleic acid stimulates hair growth and promotes a healthy scalp by maintaining skin moisture. Both fatty acids are large components of natural oils and sebum and protect the hair from water loss.

Have you ever had a problem with dry hair or scalp?

Cleaning your hair dehydrates it because nutrients and natural oils are removed along with buildup and dirt. Until the day we have “smart” cleaning products that target and remove only the stuff we don't want, it's important to add back beneficial nutrients we do want.

The lipid layer on the outside of the hair cuticle, which is the protective layer on the outside of the hair shaft, can be removed by alkaline cosmetics. This exposes the hair to damage and moisture loss, resulting in dryness and breakage.

Research has shown that oils rich in linoleic acid and oleic acid add a protective layer to the hair shaft which protects the hair from breakage during heat styling, increases elasticity and ease of combing, and protects from split ends.

Vitamin E also adds a protective layer.

Vitamin E adds a protective fatty layer to your hair shaft, and to your scalp, that helps prevent dryness. It can reduce frizziness and increase shine.

Vitamin E is antioxidant and anti-inflammatory which can help improve psoriasis and seborrheic dermatitis, as well as other forms of dandruff and irritation. Keeping your scalp

Products rich in argan oil can be an effective way to condition hair and skin.

Conditioning hair and skin with fatty acids and vitamins creates a naturally strong hair shaft and moisturized scalp. Argan oil can increase hair elasticity, preventing breakage and reducing split ends, resulting in better hair growth.

Consider trying argan oil for hair growth. This natural oil may make your hair stronger, shinier, and healthier.