We tell you all about the natural vegetable oils to have in your bathroom!
When trying to transition to a more natural hair routine, a first question usually comes to mind: "Will I get the same effects as with my old routine?" If the beginnings can be complicated (when the hair fiber gets rid of its chemical residues, it happens that it dries up more quickly during the first times), many vegetable oils can help to live this change more serenely... And they have nothing to envy to chemical care of large surfaces!
Natural vegetable oils can be used in a number of ways to get the most of their benefits. For example, wheat germ oil is ideal as a finishing treatment after brushing or straightening since it has the effect of sealing the hair fiber. Broccoli oil and castor oil, on the other hand, can be used in deep care as well as as a finishing touch. Why? Because its smoothing properties are just as effective before and after styling (even if you don't use a heating device!). As for jojoba oil, we prefer it in an oil bath for its sebum-regulating and ultra-hydrating effect. So, ready to ditch your old routine?
Straight from the south-east of Morocco, argan oil is recognized for its healing properties, both for our skin and for our hair! Extremely nourishing and rich in vitamin E, it is particularly effective as an oil bath before shampooing.
Thanks to its smoothing action, broccoli oil could be comparable to the effects of silicones found in many hair routines! It is particularly recommended for people who want to tame their frizz.
Known and recognized for promoting hair and body hair growth, castor oil is also a formidable ally against dry ends. Used daily (and sparingly) on the tips, it prevents the formation of forks.
Made from the pulp of the fruit, avocado oil is extremely nourishing. It is generally recommended for very dry and/or frizzy hair thanks to its restructuring effect on the hair fiber.
Also called "gold of the Incas", jojoba oil has a "sebum-regulating" effect on the scalp. It is nonetheless ultra-nourishing for dry and dehydrated ends.