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7 incredible natural ways of using coconut

Heresy are some possibilities to use this incredible natural product and love it even more from now on.

Learn to use coconut oil in your hair

1. Traditional Um exertion
The most widespread way to use coconut oil is traditional wetting. It is performed during the reconstruction and nutrition stage of the yarn and its application is recommended once a week.

Apply extra virgin coconut oil over the entire length of the threads, letting act for at least three hours.

At bath time, apply a low pH conditioner to remove excess oil. Wash with clear shampoo without exaggerating the amount, otherwise wetting will have no effect.

2. Night Humidification
Night wetting is very similar to traditional wetting.

The only difference is that, instead of doing the process during the day, you should perform the application at night and sleep with the product in the hair, which will give more time to coconut oil action. When you wake up in the morning, wash with conditioner with low pH and then with a clear shampoo.

Night wetting is ideal for those who have yarns with greater difficulty in absorbing nutrients.

3. Hydration with coconut oil
Even if you do not have time to let coconut oil act for hours on your hair, you can still (and should) enjoy the benefits of this product.

Simply use it in place of the moisturizing mask, applying the oil at room temperature, wick to wick, after washing.

Leave on for 15 minutes and rinse, then apply a low pH conditioner to remove oil residue.

4. Power Hydration
Weekly moisturizing hair is essential to replenish lost water and nutrients throughout the week.

If you want to make your hydration even more powerful, just deposit a few drops of coconut oil in the moisturizing mask.

Wash your hair with anti-scrap shampoo.

Apply the mask with the coconut oil wick to the wick and let it act, for about 15 minutes.

Rinse thoroughly and dry as usual.

5. Cocktail of oils
In addition to coconut oil, other oils are extremely beneficial to the hair, such as almond oil, grape seed oil or avocado oil.

So if you need to offer many nutrients to moisturize, nourish and restore your hair, an excellent suggestion is to make a cocktail of oils and apply it in the wet wires, after washing with anti-waste shampoo.

Let it act for five minutes and then wash, applying conditioner to remove the residue from the oils.

6. Tip Repairer
If the tips of your hair go half dry and spiky, a simple and natural solution is to use coconut oil as a tip repairer.

Take a few drops of the coconut oil and go through the ends of the hair, being careful not to leave the appearance of the yarn heavy.

You will notice the difference in time!

7. Volume Control
If you have curly or curly hair and suffer from volume control, coconut oil can be a great solution.

This is because coconut oil helps to shape the curls, making them much more beautiful and behaving.

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