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How To Use Flaxseed Oil On Curls

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How To Use Flaxseed Oil On Curls

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Are you interested in some healthy, all natural curl care techniques? If so, you're in the right place! Natural curl care is seeing a resurgence in popularity lately, as more curly girls embrace their natural strands. While taking care of their natural curls, many curly girls are also thinking about the products they're using on their strands. Flaxseed oil has a ton of great health benefits that also work for curly hair! Here's how to use flaxseed oil on curls.

How To Use Flaxseed Oil On Curls

Try eating it:

Flaxseed oil can help create healthy strands from the inside out. To begin getting benefits from flaxseeds, you can start consuming the oil or ground flaxseed. This can be done in a variety of ways. Try adding the oil to a cup of morning coffee or tea. The oil also works very well when added to smoothies. Ground flaxseed is also an excellent addition to baking, cereals, pancakes, or even yogurt.

Try using it on curls:

Flaxseed has a lot of benefits for strands. It can be used applied directly to curls to create shine.  Use the oil up to twice a week in help smooth down rough cuticles. This will enhance the overall shine of your strands.

Do you have a very dry scalp? Many curl girls do. Flaxseed oil can be beneficial when applied directly to the scalp. It provides almost immediate relief to the inflammation that contributes to dandruff. Massage in gentle circles into the scalp to help  break up build up, as well as alleviate dandruff by increasing blood flow. You can add the oil to your favorite shampoos and conditioners to receive the benefits.

Additionally, the fatty acids in flaxseed oil can help manage or even prevent curl loss or curl fall. When applied topically or taken orally, these fatty acids can help restore curls by enhancing natural growth.

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