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5 Hair Oils For High Porosity Hair

Before we go into this, we need to have a basic understanding of what high porosity hair is. High porosity hair refers to hair that has difficulty in retaining moisture. High porosity hair has no issue absorbing water or hair production. However, retention is an issue. It is highly porous; there’s space between the cuticles so it loses water just as easily as it absorbs it.

If you have high hair porosity, in order to improve retention of products and water and to ensure proper care of your hair, it is important to know the type of hair oils that are best for high porosity hair. You want to be on the lookout for heavier oils, some of which are listed below, as well as their benefits.

Olive oil

Olive oil contains vitamin C. It makes the hair stronger and helps in preventing split ends. It is good for moisturizing hair, therefore; it helps prevent dandruff. Olive oil also helps condition and nourish your hair making it very soft. Olive oil contains antioxidants that prevent hair damage, hair loss and hair breakage.

An image showing olives and olive oil

Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is yet another natural oil that helps in the growth of healthy natural hair. It helps in conditioning the hair, moisturizing the hair, and protecting the hair from damage that dryness can cause, breakage, dandruff, hair loss, and split ends.

An image of coconut and coconut oil.

Jojoba oil

Jojoba oil is among the most popular hair oils promoted by hair brands. They extract this oil from jojoba seeds. Jojoba oil is similar in structure to the natural oil called sebum, which is produced by the sebaceous glands. It also has antibacterial properties which are effective in treating scalp conditions such as dandruff, psoriasis, which can cause dryness and/or flaking. It contains vitamin E, which is essential for hair growth.

Avocado oil

Made from avocado, it contains Vitamin E, which is essential for hair growth, and Vitamin B, both of which help to strengthen hair. It can serve as a good conditioner and moisturizer.

An image of avocado and avocado oil

Castor oil

They make castor oil from the seeds of the castor plant.

An image showing castor seeds from which castor oil is made from. The image also shows castor oil.

It is a heavy oil, therefore it acts as a good sealant on the hair. It helps in sealing and maintaining moisture in the hair. Castor oil makes styling easier as it makes hair easier to work through. It also revives the hair and gives more luster. When using castor oil for the first time, it is important to test it out first. Don’t throw it all into every routine of yours. Try using it once a week first and ensure to get the best one from a trusted brand. You can also opt for a product infused with castor oil first just to see how your curls react to it.

I hope by now you know what oils to get and to look out for in your hair products. You can also use a combination of 2 or more of these oils with essential hair oils or simply get an oil mix, but make sure to check the ingredients.

Tiny tip before you go: always do a patch test before fully using any oils so you can know of any adverse effects beforehand. Also, no matter how nice they are, avoid using any of these oils in excess in order to avoid buildup on your hair and scalp.

I hope you enjoyed this read, and you found it helpful. Feel free to contact us regarding any question you have about your hair.

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