June 23, 2016


Growing hair seems to be at the forefront of the beauty industry for various reasons hair loss from extensions, heat damage, medication and poor diet are the most common. My clients always ask me what they can do or what they can take to not only grow their hair but improve the health of hair. 

I decided too create a weekly post highlighting something that does just that be it a product or like in this article something edible. 

So come in side and see whats happening with avocados.....

Surprisingly the monounsaturated fatty acid content in avocado oil is even higher than extra virgin olive oil a traditional go to for those seeking to mend the damage of their hair is the main reason it is good for your hair.

The majority of my clients complain of dry damaged, weak from poor nutrition hair that can also be cause by heat styling, chemical treatments and environmental pollution is one of the main reasons avocado is good for not only you but also your hair.

Monounsaturated fats from avocados when added to a hair mask or used by themselves too create a mask can moisturize dry damaged hair. Also, providing nourishment that strengthen hair strands this in turn improvs the appearance of hair along with providing protection from future damage.

How to use avocado oil:

We recommend massaging avocado oil into your scalp which will stimulates blood flow. Blood flow creates scalp stimulation that promotes new growth by itself but, in combination with this nutrient rich oil is your getting an added bonus. 

Key Benefits:

  • The monounsaturated fatty acids, phytosterols and high levels of antioxidants like vitamin E found in avocado oil are not only natural but easily absorbable to our scalp and hair shafts. 
  • Protects against environmental stressors and damage, and helps unclog blocked follicles.

3 Ways to Useful Tips For Using Avocado Oil:

1. Applying a high quality cold pressed avocado oil to your hair will improve its appearance and texture while strengthening and moisturizing the strands. 

2. Massaging avocado oil into your scalp stimulates circulation and allows it to penetrate in deeply, providing beneficial nutrients, unclogging blocked follicles and, it is reported for many people, stimulating new growth.

3. Nutritional Value for those who have poor diets I think is the ultimate bonus. By using avocado oil during cooking or for a homed healthy salad dressing you are improving your diet and nutrition.