The Importance of Hair Oiling in Winter

  1. Hair nourishes and hydrates when oiled in winter. It is impossible to overstate the importance of oiling your hair during winter. It not only strengthens them but also prevents damage caused by cold weather. Choose the oil that best suits your needs. Almond Oil
  2. Almond oil contains a lot of magnesium. Magnesium deficiency can lead to hair loss. Dabur Almond Oil can be applied once or twice weekly to replenish magnesium and hydrate your scalp. This will make your hair thicker and reduce hair loss. Wrap your hair in a hot towel after the massage for better hair oil absorption.
  3. Coconut OilCoconut oil is ideal for hair growth and is composed of proteins, saturated fats, vitamin E, and capric/caprylic/lauric acid. When rubbed onto the scalp, it can treat dandruff effectively and remove lice 90% of the time. To achieve thick, long hair, apply Dabur Vastika Coconut Oil every week after heating in a hot water bath. Coconut oil loses its nutritional value when it is microwaved. Find out more about Coconut oil for hair.
  4. Amla Oil
  5. Amla is a hair tonic that is highly regarded in Indian culture. It comes in a variety of forms that can benefit hair. It helps to strengthen your hair follicles and encourages hair growth. It is a good conditioner for rough and dry hair. It is also a scalp cleanser and contains antioxidants and Vitamin C to prevent premature graying—tip for natural hair care: Massage Dabur Amla Oil into your scalp. Leave it on overnight for best results, and then wash your hair using mild shampoo. You can use it as a hair conditioner after washing your hair since it’s non-sticky.
  6. Olive Oil
  7. Olive oil is more than just a hair conditioner. It’s the answer to your hair problems. Dabur Vatika Enriched Oil of Olive makes hair softer and more bouncy. It also reduces hair loss by up to 50%. Tip for natural hair care: Heat the oil and apply it to your hair. Wrap your hair in a towel, cap, or hat and leave it on for 30 minutes before washing. You will notice that your hair feels thicker and silkier. Use less oil if you have thin hair, as it may saturate the delicate strands. For a thicker face mask, use olive oil with egg yolk, curd, and lemon juice. Blend the oil and honey, then apply to dry hair.


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