The natural oils that your scalp produces are the best conditioner for your hair. So how can you make sure that the ends of your hair are getting the benefits of this oil? Avoiding daily washing if you can is the best thing.
If your hair is long, it is harder for the oils to get to the ends but a natural bristle brush works wonders moving oils from your scalp down the hair shaft.
If your hair is curly, you are probably thinking “if I do that I am going to look like puff ball” and yes it is not going to be a great look for you. I suggest to my curly haired clients that the best time to do this is the night before you are going to wash your hair. The oil can stay on the ends for the night and if it gets completely out of control, braiding it or
pulling it back might get you through the night.
What if your hair is oily? Sometimes if you have excess oil it is because constantly stripping the oils from daily washing can actually increase the sebum that is being produced. It may be beneficial to go a weekend without washing it and then try an every-other-day schedule. Dry shampoos are also great for oily hair absorbing most of the oils at the roots but not drying out the ends.
With millions of dollars being spent on thousands of hair products one of the best ones is the one we produce ourselves for