4 Ways Almond Oil Can Help Your Hair


If your hair isn’t the way you want it, if it seems to be lacking something or if your hair is just very dry, you might want to consider applying almond oil.

You’ve probably tried every shampoo and conditioner to hit the shelves in an attempt to revitalize and moisturize your lifeless hair. But the truth is that any product made from toxic chemicals, as so many products are today, are only going to have the reverse effect on you.

It’s time to use what’s readily available to us by turning to nature to help us look and feel better.

Almond oil, which originates in the Middle East, has always been renowned for its ability to promote healthy hair. Here’s how it can help you.

  1. Promotes Hair Growth

Almond oil is often added to various natural hair care products due to its ability to reduce hair loss. Almonds are a natural source of protein and with hair also consisting primarily of protein, almond oil can add to the hair’s natural growth pattern.


  1. Add Shine and Moisture

Due to its high vitamin content, in particular vitamin E which really nourishes and conditions the hair, almond oil is the perfect ingredient in any shampoo or conditioner. The good news is that it can also be applied by itself to wet hair to moisten and condition, or to the scalp to soothe dandruff or itchiness.


  1. No More Split Ends

Almond oil is rich in omega 3, 6 and 9; fatty acids which keep the hair healthy and strong and therefore protected from breakage. If split ends are a major problem in your life, try applying some almond oil straight to your scalp and hair.


  1. Protection from the Sun

Apply almond oil to protect your hair from damaging UV rays when exposed to the sun in order to prevent dryness and sensitivity. The omega fatty acids assist in reflecting damaging rays.

Jay Fields
Jay Fields is an author and aromatherapist who has dedicated himself to discovering and reaping the benefits of living a holistic lifestyle. As a certified consultant, Jay spends much of his time studying and teaching the wealth of information the world of aromatherapy has to offer. In his spare time, Jay enjoys swimming and spending his time with his family.