Our hair needs to be moisturised regularly to look and feel healthy. This is why the type of hair products we use is very important. You want to pay attention to the ingredients in the products you use on your hair to ensure they are top quality and natural (if you are on a natural hair care journey like me). I like to use natural carrier oils on my hair. They always leave my hair hydrated and moisturised. Anything else just feels heavy on my hair.
Here are my current top 3 great carrier oils for natural hair:
Organic Black Seed Oil
This Organic Black Seed Oil is 100% virgin cold pressed. It can be used in a variety of ways but I currently use it on my hair and skin. I love how it leaves my hair moisturised and soft. I have also noticed it aids hair growth, so if you are looking for an oil to use to support hair growth, this Organic Black Seed Natural Oil is a great option.
Naissance Liquid Fractionated Coconut Oil
I have been using this particular coconut oil for many years and I can see myself using it for many more years to come. I have just ordered another bottle as I am due to run out any day now. The coconut oil is 100% pure, cruelty-free, and Vegan. It can be used in a variety of ways and it is so good. I love how it leaves my hair and skin looking hydrated and moisturised. It is also super affordable, you can grab yours via the link below. The packaging has slightly changed but the content is the same.
Organic Rosehip Oil
Organic Rosehip Oil is another fab option for hair oils. I have been using this particular brand for a few months and it is really good. I have noticed that it moisturises my hair really well. My hair is quite dry and so it needs a little more oil than most, which is why moisturising oils are really good for my hair. This Organic Rosehip Oil is 100% cold pressed, cruelty-free, and free from free of parabens, silicon, sulfates, pesticides, artificial colouring, and perfumes.
What are your thoughts on these 3 carrier oils for hair? Have you used any of them in the past? Please share your views and experiences in the comments section below, and let’s chat. Thanks for stopping by.