Flaxseed Oil and Why You Need to Start Using It Right Now
Flax seeds contain an extremely high amount of omega-3 and omega-6 alphalinolenic acid (ALA), which is further concentrated in cold pressed flaxseed oil, it also has an enormous amount of vitamin A, B and E, and it has become an irreplaceable ingredient of many medical and cosmetic products.
Flaxseed oil is both good for dry and greasy hair. In the first case, it nourishes the scalp and hair follicles, in the second case, it regulates the secretion of sebum.
While hair is composed primarily of keratin protein, omega-3 fats nourish the hair follicles, encouraging healthy hair growth. It is a perfect antidandruff remedy that also helps to prevent hair loss and other hair and scalp conditions.
One of the most common indicators of the omega-3 deficiency is said to be dry, lackluster and brittle hair. So, the most important part is getting more omega-3 fatty acids in your diet.
How to use Flaxseeds Oil
1. Flaxseed Oil 1 tbsp. + Sugar 1 tsp.
Mix it all together and apply to the scalp. Leave for 20 min. This will help to get rid of dandruff and moisture your hair and scalp.
2. Flaxseed Oil 1 tbsp + a Few drops of essential oil (eucalyptus or grapefruit for greasy hair/lavender for dry and normal) for deep-nourish.
3. Flaxseed Oil 1 tbsp + 1 Egg yolk for dry, lackluster hair.
4. Flaxseed Oil 1 tbsp + Honey 1 tbsp + 1 tbsp of mushed onion (!smells awful!) for hair growth stimulation. Leave for 20 min.
5. 1 tbsp of Flaxseed oil + 1 tbsp of Castor oil + 1 tbsp of Burr oil (for damaged hair repair) leave for 60 min or more.
For best results, both internally and externally, use a flaxseed oil that has been produced with cold-pressing and minimum processing.
Also check out my article about Avocado hair masks.