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Vegetable-Derived Oils

Vegetable-derived oils or vegetable oils are derived from the fatty portion of a plant but in the hair world they are more known as carrier oils. They are often times used to dilute essential oils and although not as potent as essential oils they still can offer therapeutic benefits.  They are used in natural creams, butters, lotions, body oils, and hair products to because they are superior moisturizers, strengtheners and nourishments to hair.

Popular vegetable oils and which popular products you can find them in:

Olive oil

An oil pressed from ripe olives and doesn’t contain chemicals.  Helps in preventing hair loss and contains antioxidants that promote a healthy hair and scalp. It also strengthens and soothes out the hair cuticle.

Aubrey Organics White Camellia Conditioner is rich in vitamins and will deep-condition and protect your curls.

Jojoba oil

Considered an oil but really a liquid wax that’s extracted from the seeds of a shrub in the Southwest region of the United States. Great for all hair types and promotes hair growth.  Very similar to sebum so it’s naturally safe to apply to hair and skin and it’s a great moisturizer.

Curl Junkie Beauticurls Argan & Olive Oil Daily Hair Conditioner is great for detangling and moisturizing and perfect for all hair types.

Avocado oil

An edible oil pressed from the avocado or the king of the hair fruits.  It’s full of vitamins like A, E and D and potassium and is amazing for deep conditioning treatments.

Jessicurl Aloeba Daily Conditioner allows you to get the just right of moisture without weighing down your curls. Lightweight but a moisture powerhouse.

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