That's why coconut oil & shea butter ruin your hair
That's why coconut oil & shea butter ruin your hair
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Do you have dry, split ends and want to do something good for it with coconut oil or rich shea butter? You are doing exactly the opposite.

That's why coconut oil & shea butter ruin your hair
That's why coconut oil & shea butter ruin your hair

Coconut oil and shea butter may be good for your skin, but unfortunately they are not for your hair. The two "miracle weapons" actually have the opposite effect. Shea butter and coconut oil literally suffocate the hair because they are so rich. Our hair needs moisture, i.e. water. But if you "seal" your hair with coconut oil or shea butter, it prevents it from absorbing water or moisture from the air.

This "protective shield" makes the hair brittle, dry and particularly prone to split ends. You don't have to do without coconut oil or shea butter completely. The hair should be washed vigorously after application so that every tiny bit of residue is removed. With this you can prevent the hair from being able to absorb moisture. However, excessive washing with multiple washes is not recommended. Unfortunately, experience has shown that there is no other way to remove coconut oil from the hair.

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But you don't have to do without hair oil and Co, because after all, it is an age-old beauty trick that has its right to exist. Uses less rich oils. They can be washed out much more easily. An example would be jojoba oil, almond oil or special hair oils from professional hair care brands.

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