Avocado Hair Mask
- 1 Medium Sized Avocado
- 2 Spoons of Coconut Oil
- 1 Tablespoon of Honey
- Mash the Avocado in a bowl until it’s free of lumps
- Add Two spoons of Coconut Oil to the mashed Avocado and Mix
- Add One Tablespoon of Honey to the mashed Avocado and Mix well
- Apply this mixture to your hair and scalp.
- Make sure to focus on the tips of your hair because these are the oldest and most damaged parts.
- Once your hair is covered in the mixture cover it with a shower cap and wait 30 to 45 minutes
- Wash with cool water and shampoo
Apply this Hair Mask Twice A Week to keep your Hair Hydrated and Moisturize.
7 Reasons To Use A Avocado On Hair
- Avocado is a potent ingredient for treating dryness and damage hair because this fruits help repair damage hair by conditioning and providing your hair with the essential nutrients it needs to be healthy.
- Avocado is a potent ingredient for treating dryness and damage hair because
- Avocado helps nourish your hair and scalp and promote healthy hair growth.
- The natural oils in Avocado provides your hair with long-lasting and deep hydration.
- Vitamin E can help prevent hair damage from free radicals. Which can keep your hair healthy for longer.
- Avocados are rich in biotin, which helps stimulate new hair growth.
- Avocado is rich in omega- 3 fatty acids and essential amino acids. These can coat your hair shaft and help it retain moisture and texture.
4 Reasons To Use Coconut Oil On Your Hair
- Coconut Oil has the ability to seep deep within your hair shaft repairing it from the inside.
- Coconut oil reduces protein loss and decreases the porosity of your hair.
- Coconut oil contains essential fatty acids that can reduce the effect of damage on hair.
- Coconut oil works with the avocado to form a protective layer around the hair shaft minimizing moisture loss and damage.
3 Reasons To Use Honey In Your Hair
- Honey seals moisture in your hair, keeping it conditioned.
- Honey boosts hair growth.
- Honey stimulates hair re-growth from dormant follicles.
Avocados are like bananas, leave them on the counter for several days or until the fruit is slightly soft.
Never place hard avocados in the refrigerator, or they will ripen too slowly.
Buy avocados during harvested between November and March.
Dietitians say that adding a little Avocado to your diet could improve your health.
Avocados are a great source of potassium and folate.
Avocados contain high amounts of fiber.