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All about Oils

 At Oh, si Belle, we prides ourselves on bringing you only the best oils for your beauty regime. All of our oils are 100% pure organic. Since all hair and skin types are different we let you choose what works for you. Below is a list of the oils we offer and their benefits. Once you're ready, you can head over HERE to choose your own oil mix. We will create it and have it professionally pack and label it for you. Making it a product you are proud to display out in the open.  

Almond Oil (Sweet)

Sweet almond oil can be used as a moisturizer for hair. Due to its natural compounds, such as vitamins B, C, and E, and protein, fatty acids, and essential minerals, it can also provide healing benefits to certain hair conditions such as thinning hair and hair loss.
Argan Oil

 

Argan oil is a great moisturizer and can be used to fight both dandruff and dry scalp as it’s extraordinarily high in vitamin E and antioxidants. The essential fatty acids in the oil are also believed to help reduce skin inflammation and prevent dryness.

 

Avocado Oil

Avocado oil is an effective moisturizer for dry, brittle, damaged hair. It is packed with healthy hair vitamins such as vitamins A, B, D, and E. It also has protein, amino acids, iron, copper, magnesium, and folic acid. All nutrients that make it ideal for use to help prevent damage to the hair.
Baobab Oil

Baobab oil is a great moisturizer for dry scalp and can penetrate deep into the hair follicles to trigger cell growth. The presence of omega 3 fatty acids, vitamin A, D3 and E, supports a healthy nutritional environment required for hair growth. 
Canola Oil

Canola oil is a perfect choice for dealing with issues related to hair. The presence of unsaturated fatty acids adds to their moisturizing properties. Once it penetrates the shaft of the hair, they will start moisturizing from inside. The oil is found to be helpful for split ends since the sterols present in canola oil is capable of recovering damaged cells. They are rich in vitamin E, which protects them from further damages. Canola oil is antioxidant in nature which takes care of body fats and proteins from getting damaged.
Castor Oil

Castor oil’s antiviral, antibacterial, and anti fungal properties make it an effective treatment for scalp infections . Its high protein content makes it very valuable to maintain hair health.

It also helps battle infections such as folliculitis, a condition that causes inflammation of the hair follicles. The unusually high content of ricinoleic acid in castor oil improves blood circulation at the scalp, ensuring better nutrition for the hair follicles.
Cedar Atlas Essential Oil

Cedar oil balances the oil secretion of the sebaceous glands; hence, it is equally beneficial for a dry or an oily scalp. The warm oil improves blood circulation and stimulates the hair follicles, resulting in vigorous hair growth. Its antiseptic action helps control bacterial and fungal problems, including dandruff.
Coconut Oil

Coconut oil can be use as a natural way to help your hair grow longer, thicker, and faster.  The vitamins and essential fatty acids naturally found in coconut oil nourish the scalp and help to remove sebum build-up from hair follicles. 
Because it is comprised mainly of smaller medium-chain fatty acids, the oil of the coconut penetrates hair more deeply and faster than many other natural oils. 
Grapeseed Oil

Grapeseed oil is used as a natural remedy for baldness. Linolenic acid is thought to stimulate hair growth. The oil contains flavonoids called procyanidin oligomers. These are powerful antioxidants. 
When applied to your hair, grapeseed oil adds moisture, strength, and shine. Grapeseed oil may improve the condition of your hair and scalp. If you have dandruff, which is often caused by a dry scalp, applying emollient grapeseed oil to your scalp can help loosen dead skin and restore moisture.
Jojoba Oil

Jojoba oil is capable of moisturizing hair and its folllicles without leaving any residue. It can help hair cells to reproduce themselves at a rapid pace. 
Jojoba oil is rich in essential nutrients with vitamins E and B, and important minerals like silicon, copper and zinc. Jojoba has properties to fight against bacterial and fungal diseases due to the high percentage of iodine content in it. The presence of vitamin E contributes to its ability to effectively hydrate hair and skin. The presence of vitamin B in the oil also helps in retaining the moisture in hair and skin. These nutrients are also responsible for preventing decolorization of skin tone from sun damage or other factors.
Lavender Essential Oil

Lavender oil moisturizes the scalp and balances sebum production. It is ideal for people who have a mixed type of scalp, for example, oily near the forehead and at the back of the head, but dry at other parts. Its powerful antiseptic and antimicrobial action makes it excellent for controlling dandruff and scalp acne complicated by fungal or bacterial infections. It can help heal minor injuries on the scalp caused by scratching, especially in children. 
Macadamia Oil

Macadamia oil is used in cosmetics and skin care because it is nutritive, reconstructive, and hydrating. Squalene is a naturally occurring antioxidant in Macadamia oil that helps to reduce the oxidative stress on our skin and scalp by preventing loss of moisture. The fatty acids in Macadamia oil help to add shine, strengthen, and nourish the hair follicles, which in turn fight off hair loss and brittle strands. Macadamia oil is great for calming the hair of frizz, tangles, and dullness. This lightweight, non-greasy nutty oil adds shine and vitality to your strands while coating your ends and keeping your scalp moisturized.
Olive oil (Extra Virgin)

Extra Virgin Olive Oil is a SuperFood due to the synergy of health-promoting compounds including monounsaturated fat, vitamin E, and polyphenols (which are antioxidants).  Extra virgin olive oil comes from the first press of olives.  It has more polyphenols and a low acid content compared to other olive oils. Olive Oil is rich in Vitamin E which makes your hair strong and prevents hair fall. Massaging regularly with olive oil can also fix the problem of split ends.
Peppermint 

Peppermint oil is great for improving scalp health and eliminating dandruff. It stimulates to increase blood flow, promoting hair follicle longevity, and with its anti-inflammatory properties it soothes an itchy, irritated scalp, keeping dandruff at bay. Peppermint oil stimulates so it helps to rejuvenate and invigorate your hair follicles. This leads to healthier hair follicles that perform better and live longer, increasing hair growth and preventing hair thinning and hair loss. 
Pomegranate Oil

Pomegranate seed oil helps fight dandruff by inhibiting dandruff causing fungus on the scalp. It can also relieve itching and scalp inflammation. It's also said Pomegranate seed oil help facilitate hair growth. The punicic acid strengthens your hair follicles and it also facilitates hair growth. In addition, Pomegranate seed oil hydrates your hair and also moisturizes it which closes all the hair shafts and keeps splits at bay. It can also reduce the already existing splits if used regularly.
Rosemary Essential Oil

Rosemary oil has anti-dandruff action, but it is best suited for people with oily hair. It tones down the action of sebum glands and clears up clogged pores that cause acne and itchy scalp. Regular use of rosemary oil ensures healthy, strong, non-greasy hair.
Tea Tree Oil

Tea tree oil works deep into the hair follicles, unclogging them and helping with normal flow of the skin oils. It is also known for its antimicrobial action, which helps resolve fungal infections as well as scalp acne complicated by secondary bacterial growths.
Thyme Essential Oil

Thyme oil extracted from the herb Thymus vulgaris has a strong, spicy smell, thanks to its high thymol content. Thyme oil increases the blood flow to the scalp and rejuvenates the hair follicles. This helps promote hair growth. In fact, it is usually added to shampoos and other hair care products aimed at preventing hair loss.

Its excellent antimicrobial action helps resolve many scalp problems, including dandruff. However, being a strong oil, it has to be used in moderation, and preferably with other soothing essential oils like lavender.

 

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