Is it teething time for your little one?
If your hair is in need of some radiance and a bit of a lift, Argan oil might be the answer. Argan oil is an all-natural product that would be a great addition to your hair care regimen. A few drops can bring back your dry or frizzy hair to life, improving its texture instantly.
 
Argan oil contains compounds that work especially well as a scalp treatment. All you need to do is rub a little bit of it onto your fingertips and blend it through the strands of your hair. Argan oil can benefit your hair in the following ways:
 
Gives a gorgeous shine
Argan oil nourishes and moisturises your hair, making it shine. Using the oil should help cut down on the amount of products you use such as conditioning or shine sprays. There are organic versions of Argan oil that condition your hair naturally as well as organically. Hair becomes healthier every time the oil is used and only a couple of drops are needed to see instant results.
 
Makes your hair stronger
Having dull, damaged hair that is prone to breaking is common, especially with hair that has been colour treated. When the roots become damaged, it can become difficult to style your hair and even more breakages might result. Argan oil is great for strengthening the roots of your hair and giving it more volume. All you need to do is apply a tiny bit to your scalp once a day, leave it in but making sure to massage it well into your scalp so there are no greasy parts left.
 
It’s great for damaged hair, treating it overnight
Argan oil can act as a replacement to a hot oil treatment. Massage a generous amount of oil into your hair and then wrap it up tightly in a clip. Cover it with a shower cap or a small towel and sleep with the oil in your hair. This way it will penetrate into your scalp and roots throughout the night.
The next day, wash your hair to see the benefits. If you do this on a regular basis, it should prevent further damage from happening to your hair.  
 

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