How to Use Moringa Oil for Hair Growth for Every Type of Hair

It is pretty well known that moringa is a “super plant,” because of the wide range of health benefits that you can get from its many uses, such as moringa oil for hair growth. Using moringa oil as part of your daily hair care treatment brings nourishing vitamins and minerals to your hair, skin, and scalp, along with antioxidants that help protect and strengthen your hair against the elements. That being said, how sure are you that using moringa oil is effective? Have you ever wondered if it’s applicable to every hair type; straight, wavy, or curly? Here’s how to use moringa for your hair—whatever type or texture your hair may have.

Using moringa oil for long and straight hair

Of the different hair types, long, straight hair is the most durable. Because of its parallel and straight form, it is easily fortified by vitamins and minerals, which makes it more resistant to damage, but it is also the oiliest. Like the healthy oils that keep your hair protected, excess sebum also finds its way faster from the roots of the scalp all the way to the ends of every strand. And while hair moisture isn’t typically an issue with Filipinos who have straight hair, you can take advantage of moringa oil’s natural moisturizers by mixing a few drops into your conditioner.

Since having long and straight hair can be a cause for oiliness, itching, flaking, and dandruff, especially when you spend a lot of time outdoors exposed to the sun, try adding patchouli oil and rosemary oil extracts to stimulate hair growth by regulating the production of sebum in your scalp.

Moringa oil can also work wonders for wavy hair

Unlike long, straight hair, wavy hair is more pliable, which allows it to be straightened with an iron or curled through rollers or hot curlers. Due to its waves, this type of hair can become frizzy a lot more often when compared to straight hair. Using moringa oil to style and prevent damage to your hair by massaging a small amount into your scalp and hair. Spend around five to ten minutes daily doing this for the natural moringa oil to be absorbed thoroughly. Because of its powerful minerals and antioxidants, your wavy hair can grow healthily with consistent application of moringa oil.

Curly hair? No problem with moringa oil!

Now that you’re aware of how effective moringa oil is on straight and wavy hair, you might be wondering if it’s still effective for people with curly hair. As earlier mentioned, frizzy hair is much more difficult to take care of and maintain, especially when there is thicker and voluminous hair on top of your head. Similar to wavy hair, curly hair often has patterns and every curl makes it harder to absorb the nutrients and minerals that the hair needs to grow strong and healthy. That being said, using moringa oil on your hair remains to be effective for people with curly hair.

Massage a liberal amount of moringa oil into your hands and work it all the way from the scalp to the tips of every curl, making sure that your hair feels shiny and well-moisturized right after. Consistent use of moringa oil helps you control the frizz on your curls and prevents split-ends.

curly hairstyle with moringa oil

Does moringa oil work for kinky hair?

Moringa oil hair benefits come second to none. From straight to wavy and even curly hair, moringa oil offers wonders. And this does not exclude people with afro hair. As a hair type with thicker volume and more defined curls than the other hair types, afro hair’s tight coils can make it the driest among the rest. This is due to the fact that its inherent shape does not allow the natural oils in your scalp to reach the ends of each curl every time, which makes it dry and prone to breakage.

The solution to this is regular moisturizing through the use of moringa oil. With the way that afro hair works as layers similar to the atmosphere, it blocks the sun from reaching the scalp, which can help keep your scalp free from the natural elements. However, with a thicker afro, the sebum in your scalp also has more difficulty keeping the hair healthy and moisturized. With moringa oil, you get to protect your afro by addressing this dryness and fragility through the powerhouse vitamins and minerals, such as good fatty acids, among others.

But what if I don’t have any hair?

Moringa may be a power plant, which makes moringa oil a powerful extract, but it’s no miracle plant. If you’re bald and absolutely have no hair on your head, moringa oil can still work its wonders, but not in the way you think. Having a bald head requires just as much care similar to having a thick crop of straight, wavy, curly, or afro hair. With a bare scalp, the skin on your head becomes more exposed to the sun and natural elements, such as pollutants, chemicals, and other kinds of allergens. This can develop into different issues, like sunburn, flaking skin, rashes, or infections.

With the use of moringa oil, you get to keep your scalp moisturized, effectively addressing problems of dryness. Use sunscreen when going out and massage a considerable amount onto your scalp to get blood circulation going, which can be quite relaxing and rejuvenating, especially after a long day outside.

So, how does moringa oil help with hair growth?

Knowing how powerful moringa oil is as a hair care treatment is one thing, but knowing why it’s so effective is another. Here are the reasons behind its efficacy for hair growth:

Moringa’s Vitamins and MineralsHow It Helps with Hair Growth
Vitamin AStrengthens the cells in the hair’s strands
B VitaminsHelps carry oxygen and nutrients to the scalp, which helps the hair grow healthy
Vitamin CCreates collagen, which helps with healthy hair growth while reducing hair loss; reduces split-ends and excessive dryness
Vitamin EHelps maintain hair growth with the help of antioxidants and a healthy scalp
IronHelps boost blood circulation in the scalp and brings oxygen to the roots of the hair, thus helping with faster hair growth
ZincHelps with hair tissue growth and repair by also keeping the glands that produce the sebum in the scalp healthy

Packed with these natural vitamins and minerals, moringa can be effective for every hair type, because biologically speaking, every type of human hair can benefit from these nutrients. The primary distinction that makes each hair type different is the way they form as the hair grows. For people with straight, wavy, curly, or afro hair, moringa is an essential oil that helps hair growth – all the way from the root to the tips.

Why Use Moringa-O2 for Every Hair Type?

With an extensive range of health benefits for your skin, scalp, and hair, moringa oil is just one of the three key natural ingredients found in our list of moringa products. Along with olive oil and sunflower oil, use any of the following moringa hair care products to enjoy the benefits of healthier and stronger hair. Here’s a quick rundown on how they can help:

The Moringa Herbal Therapy Oil for Hair, Scalp, and Skin helps hair growth, reduces hair fall, dandruff, and itching, which are symptoms that can worsen into balding. For Filipinos with long, straight hair, use the Moringa Therapy Oil after taking a bath, and at night after showering, to rejuvenate the hair. For those who have wavy, curly, or afro hair types, you will have to gradually increase the amount you apply depending on the volume of your hair.

The thicker your hair is, the more oil you will need to ensure that the roots and tips of every strand is reached. Frequency is also a factor. If you spend more time outdoors, exposed to the natural elements, sweating and catching dust in the air, you may need to apply the therapy oil more thoroughly.

The Moringa-O2 Herbal Anti-Hairfall Shampoo with Argan Oil effectively reduces hair fall, strengthens the hair and scalp, and helps hair growth, which is the ideal solution for Filipinos who have fine, thin, weak, or falling hair. Regardless of hair type, experiencing sudden or gradual hair fall can be an emotional moment, but don’t panic. You have to understand why it’s happening, so you can address the root cause accordingly.

Most of the time, it’s due to your hair lacking the necessary nutrients to keep it strong, healthy, and flourishing. Use the herbal anti-hair fall shampoo daily, which offers a multitude of powerful natural oils and extracts to keep your hair at its best shape and constantly shining.

Combine the Moringa-O2 Anti-Hairfall Conditioner with Argan Oil with the Moringa Anti-Hairfall Shampoo to get optimum results! Experience a daily haircare solution that delivers a range of benefits, such as reduced hair fall, stronger and healthier scalp and hair, and a boost in hair growth. Filipinos who have frail and thinning hair can try the shampoo and conditioner combination and discover how moringa oil, sunflower oil, olive oil, and argan oil help with their condition.

There are times when it really doesn’t matter your hair type is, it is the manner of providing the essential nutrients to the scalp and hair that needs to be addressed. With moringa oil as a key ingredient in our product, you get to experience moringa, the “super plant,” in a gentle and cleansing solution, enhanced by other natural oils to provide a wide range of healthy nutrients and minerals to the skin, scalp, and hair. If hair growth is a problem, have you tried using moringa oil already?

Check out our other blogs on how moringa can help make your life better.

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