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What is hair oil and why is it beneficial?

Hair oil is a hair care product designed to nourish, moisturize and protect hair against external aggressors such as pollution, sun and dryness. Oils can be of natural origin, such as argan oil, coconut oil or jojoba oil. They are rich in essential fatty acids, vitamins and minerals, making them ideal for improving hair texture, enhancing shine and reducing frizz.

How to choose the best oil for your hair?

Hair oils should be chosen according to hair type (dry, oily, normal, damaged) and specific needs. For example, argan oil is particularly effective for dry, damaged hair, as it is highly moisturizing and restorative. For oily hair, jojoba oil may be preferable, as it regulates sebum production.

How do I apply oil to my hair?

For effective application, place a few drops of oil in the palm of your hand, rub your hands together and then apply evenly to the lengths and ends of your hair. It's important to start with a small amount and adjust according to absorption and hair reaction. The oil can be used on damp hair for a nourishing treatment or on dry hair for a smoothing, shiny effect.

What are the effects of oil on hair?

Regular use ofhair oil can transform hair texture, making it softer, smoother and less prone to breakage and split ends. Oils also protect hair from the heat of styling appliances and environmental damage, prolonging hair's health and vitality.

Can I use hair oil every day?

This depends on the type of hair and oil used. As a general rule, for fine, oily hair, it's best to limit use to once or twice a week. For thick, dry or damaged hair, daily application may be beneficial to maintain continuous hydration.

What's the difference between hair oil and hair serum?

Hair oil and hair serum are two types of product used to improve the appearance and health of hair, but they differ in their composition and effects. Hair oil is generally composed of natural ingredients and aims to deeply nourish hair by penetrating the cuticle. Serum, on the other hand, is often silicone-based and designed to create a protective barrier on the hair's surface, controlling frizz and adding shine without necessarily nourishing the hair.

How can I prevent greasiness after applying hair oil?

To avoid greasiness after usinghair oil, it's crucial to apply the oil sparingly. Always start with a small amount, and apply it mainly to the ends and middle lengths of the hair rather than to the scalp. Use light oils such as grapeseed or almond oil if you have fine hair or a tendency to grease quickly.

Can I use hair oil on color-treated hair?

Usinghair oil on color-treated hair is not only possible, it's also recommended to maintain the moisture and shine of chemically-treated hair. Oils such as argan or macadamia oil can help prolong color radiance and repair damage caused by coloring. Be sure to choose oils without sulfates or alcohols, which can fade color.

When is the best time to apply hair oil?

The best time to applyhair oil depends on your objective: for an intensive nourishing treatment, apply the oil to damp hair before bed and leave on overnight. For thermal protection before styling, apply a small amount to damp or dry hair before using heated appliances. For a shiny, smooth finish, a small amount can be applied to dry hair after styling.

What essential oils can be added to hair oil for extra benefits?

Incorporating essential oils into your hair oil can enhance its benefits. For example, rosemary essential oil can stimulate hair growth and improve scalp circulation. Lavender essential oil, known for its soothing properties, is ideal for calming irritated scalps. Be sure to mix a few drops of essential oil with a base oil before application to avoid irritation.