Raw Shea Butter for beautiful hair
You can use shea butter to treat hair issues like dull, dry, or frizzy hair. Whenever you feel your hair is dry or unmanageable, apply shea butter to the area affected or the hair directly. Alternatively, you can comb it through your hair and leave it on for an hour before shampooing- AND....
Fight Irritation And Dandruff
"Shea Butter is extracted from the seeds of the fruit of the Karite tree, native to East and West Africa. Ancient African women used shea butter to moisturize their skin and hair.
It’s an excellent emollient with natural ingredients for everyone in the family."
- Ralph Brooks
The Effect of Awesome Shea Butter
When applied to the skin, this butter makes it smooth, firm, and radiant. When used for hair, the butter is one of the most powerful, effective means that nourish, strengthens, and revive dry, fragile, damaged hair, and especially split ends.
Natural oils are a treasury of vitamins (mostly, oil dispersive like A, E, D, F), natural proteins, fatty acids, and many other minerals and useful elements that can get into the hair follicles. Natural oils and butter are a perfect moisturizing means that can bring moisture into the hair structure and keep it there. The softening, protection, nourishing, and moistening that shea butter provides makes it useful for any hair types.
How does human hair grow and how can shea butter help?
Raw shea butter for hair growth Human hair grows in the follicle. The part that’s above the surface of the skin is not growing by itself. It receives nutrition and moisture from the hair roots and experiences the impact of the outer world. If something happens, the growth slows down or stops at all. Hair starts to fall out and become thin, weak, and fragile. There are many different factors that can influence the hair growth and disturb it. Yet, there are practically no means to make hair grow faster or anew in places where it has
fallen out completely.
Normally, the hair that’s located on people’s heads grows by 1 to 1.5cm per month. It’s practically impossible to make it grow faster unless you have a genetic ability. However, there are a couple of reasons why people start to think that their hair grows too slowly.
It really starts to grow slowly because of an illness, inner deficit of nutrition or useful elements, a treatment, or some outer impact.
It lacks nutrition from the roots, becomes dry and fragile, splits at the ends, or gets broken somewhere along the length of each hair.
In case the matter of the slow or no hair growth lies within the first number of factors, there’s practically nothing to be done with it. When the disease is treated, the deficit replenished, and the treatment is over, the hair will eventually regain its strength and health in most cases. If the problem is in the factors mentioned in the number 2, shea butter for hair benefits can help.
NOTE: there are hair conditions that cause hair fall and slowing down of the hair growth. These conditions should be treated by a doctor only. Homemade means can do only worse if the situation is complicated. If you are not sure about the condition of your hair and scalp, visit a doctor first and make sure that you don’t have a serious scalp disease before you start
procedures at home.
How to use shea butter for hair growth?
The therapeutic effect of shea butter helps reduce or completely treat different unpleasant things that happen to people’s hair like dandruff, itching, dryness, fragility of hair, and weakness. It can help reduce the impact of beauty procedures like hot hairstyling, dying, straightening, etc.
Of course, it cannot make your hair grow faster at the roots, yet, it can help you grow your hair visually within a shorter time because your hair will not break in the middle of its length.
If you apply shea butter to the scalp and hair follicles, it will moisten them perfectly and help the follicles retain the moisture inside. It will also fight the dryness of your scalp caused by sun, heat, and reduce the itching and flakiness. Besides that, the circulation of blood will increase in your scalp, and even those hair follicles that have been in the so-called sleeping phase will wake up and start to grow.
If you apply the shea butter to the length of your hair, you will provide it with moisture and nourishment that doesn’t reach it from the roots. Thus, you will make your hair more flexible and durable to breaking.
Of course, the butter cannot glue together the already split hair ends but the moistening can prevent further splitting. By avoiding this, you will notice how your hair will easily add about 3cm within a couple of months. This is the real and absolutely wonderful shea butter natural hair growth effect.
Shea butter hair growth recipes
It's just so simple... apply Brooks Awesome Shea Butter to the ends of your hair to keep your hair shiny, healthy and prevent breakage.
Brooks Awesome Shea Butter is also a great way to condition the hair for tangles... simply dab a small amount on your hair when you get out of the shower.
Once a weeks massage Brooks Awesome Shea Butter into the scalp and let it soak overnight.