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Adding jojoba oil to your curl care routine

by Chelsea Castonguay
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Have you ever felt as though your curls were a bit dry? That's probably because they most likely are. Curly hair is often more dry than straight strands, and it's primarily due to the shape of the hair. The coiled structure makes it much more difficult for sebum, or your hair's natural oils, to make their way down the curl shaft. Therefore, your curls are probably going to be a bit drier than that of your friend with straight strands. No worries, though! There's a relatively easy fix. You can try adding jojoba oil to your curl care routine. Read on to find out why.

Adding jojoba oil to your curl care routine

As one of the oils that most closely replicates your natural sebum, jojoba oil is highly regarded in the curl care community. It has Vitamin E, B-Complex, copper, zinc, and iodine, as well as other great components. When working together on your hair, it makes for much more hydrated strands.

There are a ton of great benefits to using jojoba oil in your curl care routine. For started, jojoba oil fights off the bacteria that causes dandruff, acting as antibacterial, leaving your scalp healthier and much less itchy. It also helps manage dry hair, so your strands will be easier to manage, as well as softer. It helps treat damaged curls, so your strands won't continue being damaged, and soothes split ends. Remember, there's no actual cure for split ends other than a visit to the salon for a trim, but it'll help in the meantime.

It's very easy to use jojoba oil. You can start by warming a small amount, and massaging it directly into your scalp with your fingertips. Work in slow, circular motions to invigorate your scalp, and then leave it on for a few minutes. After some time has passed, you'll want to wash off the jojoba oil using a gentle cleansing shampoo. Follow up with your favorite moisturizing conditioner, and you can use this treatment weekly or biweekly.

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