Coconut Milk Oil Hair Mask

          If you are facing unwanted changes with your hair, you definitely will want to put an end to it! If you feel like your hair may be damaged and it does not look like it use too, try to look for a source that causes the damage.Such as hair dying, using heat to style it, aggressive combing, poor diet…

          I always had really fine, soft and shiny hair. Then puberty came…and took the life of it.I admit it could be because of the hormones that go crazy during this period, but that is over now and it is time to try and get the hair back.My main worry is the thinning of my hair and it is what I focus on mainly. I do not have any scalp issues such as Alopecia or Dandruff, other than it being itchy. I also did a blood test and the test of thyroid hormones that came out close to perfect. So, my guess is it being because of the poor care I had for my hair and my body.

          Coconut Milk Oil Hair Mask is what I have been using for the past tree months. What is beneficial in it is that it is rich in vitamins C,E,B1,B3,B5 & B6 as well as iron, selenium, calcium, magnesium and phosphorus.Also it contains anti fungal, anti-viral and antibacterial properties.One of the characteristics of coconut oil is its capability to enter into the hair follicles, nurturing it deeply. It adds shine and smoothness to your hair, prevents split ends…thus contributing to the hair growth.

          Easy way of getting coconut milk is go to the store and buy it in a can. It is a bit pricey but you do get quite a lot of it. Since it can last tree days when opened I froze it using the container for ice cubes. I noticed that the taste is very much different than out of coconut fruit. There is a significant lack of flavour and is not as oily, which is what you would want. However, it does have the effect I need. I reduces the itching in my scalp I would say for 95 %.=

          For those with a strong mind and hands, buy a coconut fruit. Its milk is much more rich in flavour  and oils meaning it will nurture you scalp and hair better. Out of it you can also extract pure oil heating it up in a pan but personally I do not think that is necessary. The downside is that you need a lot of grated coconut to get the needed amount of milk. Coconut fruit is not that expensive but it is quite hard to extract the milk because you have to use your hands to squeeze it out of its meat. And if you can get already grated coconut that would be better.

          After you go trough the trouble of getting the milk, the easy part comes. Firstly, untangle your hair the best you can. Use your fingers, or a cotton ball if you do not want to get messy, and start applying the milk straight to your scalp. This is what you want to focus on. If there is some left apply it to the rest of the hair but do not overdo it so it is dripping. You can massage your scalp for up to tree minutes…I like to think this helps the milk to get into the follicles better. Put a plastic bag or a shower cap around your hair since you do not want it dripping everywhere. It is optional how long you keep it in your hair. I usually leave it overnight and wash my hair in the morning. For washing use whichever shampoo you like the best but do not forget to apply the conditioner on your tips too.

          And this is it! Hope you enjoyed reading and you find it useful! If you have any questions feel free to leave a comment. Thank you for reading!

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