We colour, straighten, use hot rollers, blow-dry, use a flat irons, and add a bunch of chemicals to our hair on a regular basis. The worst thing is that we know we’re doing the wrong thing, but we can’t let the gray hair show or walk out of the house with wet or un-done hair, it’s impossible.
So, instead of feeling guilty and hoping that our hair will forgive our faults and not fall off, or start thinning when we least expect it, we need to take some serious action. There are plenty of hair treatments available, but most of them contain chemicals and they’re just covering up the damage we’ve done to our hair. The hair looks good while we use the product, but the minute we stop using it, the damage is visible again.
As you read in my first blog, I created Lovacado oil to help with my hair troubles. How does the product work? Lovacado, extra virgin avocado oil nourishes your hair down to the roots. It’s amazing how you are able to notice the results the first day you use it. Applying Lovacado oil to your hair will improve the texture and appearance while strengthening and moisturizing hair strands. You have to try Lovacado, and see the results first hand.
In addition, massaging Lovacado oil into your scalp stimulates circulation and allows it to penetrate deeply, providing beneficial nutrients, and unclogging blocked follicles. It is reported by many people who avocado oil stimulates hair growth, but there are no clinical trials available.
There are a few rules you must follow in order to see positive results when using Lovacado oil. We all have different hair types and different hair problems, but the good thing is that all hair types will benefit from this product.
Start by using a very small amount of Lovacado oil. If you hair is very thin and limp, the minute you add the oil, it will weight-it down. So, don’t use the oil directly on the hair, mix it with your shampoo, or use it as a leave-in hair treatment twice a week, and measure the results. WE all do it, we feel that if we use more of a specific product we’ll see faster results, and as with many products, Lovacado is not the exception. More is not necessarily better.
If your hair is thick, dry, and long by all means use a generous amount, but start with a few drops and see how much more your hair can take. I certainly recommend that the first time you use Lovacado, you do it a day that you’re home and not going anywhere important or that you’re okay with putting your hair up in a ponytail, in case you use too much oil and can’t bother to wash it off. Usually, people use too much oil the first time, but they do see the results and quickly learn how to use the correct amount for their hair type.
Keep in mind that if you have oily hair you don’t want to put the oil in your scalp, you want to use the oil in the ends of your hair, or mix it with your shampoo or use as leave-in hair treatment. Last, but not least, you can use Lovacado oil to tame flyaway hair after blow-drying or using your flat iron. Use a very minimal amount (one drop) and this will add shine as well. After a while, you’ll notice your hair will get stronger, it’ll feel smoother, and look very shiny. You’ll fall in love with your hair again, in no time.