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Hair is definitely one of the most defining parts of us, and so it is important to keep it in good shape, both texturally and structurally. In these muggy days of Summer and with added colourants, it may seem a little dry.  The stresses of everyday life can also play a big part in the condition of our hair, and so now is the time to take action.

One of the most ancient traditions in keep hair shiny, thick and healthy is the application of oils, and in some cultures that tradition has endured and is key to the condition and appearance of their incredible hair.

In a recent interview with some ladies who are either working mums or semi-retired, their reluctance was that it was too time consuming as you would have to wait until the oil soaked into the hair and then was it out several times to make sure it had gone.  But in reality, it is far less time than a visit to the hairdresser.

How would it be to work it into your weekly beauty routine, either at weekends or chose an evening when you can take the luxury of time, perhaps whilst watching a film, and massage it into the scalp and gently into the hair itself.  You then wrap a warm towel around your head and wash off after a couple of hours.  Imagine the end result, which is sleek shiny tresses you have envied on others over the years.  It can also help to thicken your hair and produce a healthy regrowth.

Here are some products to try.

Botanical Shine Nourishing Hair Oil, Liz Earle £19.50

Mauli Rituals – Grow Strong Hair – 30ml one size – £32

Ouai Haircare Hair Oil, Cult Beauty – £24

Moroccan Oil Treatment by Moroccanoli (Amazon) £28.49

Vita Coco Coconut Oil £7.69 – Holland and Barrett

Whats you favorite hair treatment?

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