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10 essential oils you should have in your life: Dolce Placard

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Essential oils are wonderful! They moisturize from hair to skin and some have unique properties. In memory of the post of “The 10 commandments of wavy and curly hair” I mentioned that using essential oils is very important for hydrating our hair. So, in this article I give an introduction and a basic guide to the properties and uses of some of them.

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Olive oil

It's the oil that everyone has within reach, definitely! Olive oil is great for dehydrated hair, it leaves our hair soft and shiny, fights broken ends, reduces frizz and acts as a conditioner. A very important plus, it has an SPF 2-8. So prevent your hair from suffering in summer. Thanks to its high amounts of vitamins A and E, it helps moisturize very dry skin.


Coconut oil

It works wonders if you want your hair to grow really fast, it eliminates frizz and dry hair. It leaves the scalp healthy and says goodbye to dandruff, it also has SPF 2-8. Thanks to its antibacterial properties, it creates a protective barrier on the skin in addition to hydrating it.

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Jojoba oil

Reduces hair dryness and reduces itching caused by dandruff, fights frizz. It gives strength to hair and prevents hair loss. It is rich in vitamin D, helps neutralize the skin's PH and is a good anti-inflammatory

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Castor oil

It promotes the growth of our hair and good circulation in the scalp (this helps hair grow quickly) prevents hair breakage and loss. I love using this oil on my eyebrows and eyelashes because it stimulates their growth.


Sweet almond oil

It is rich in proteins, strengthens and gives shine to hair, repairs split ends and has an SPF of 5! It is ideal for oily skin as it reduces sebum production and leaves skin soft.


Avocado oil

Repairs damaged hair, hydrates, fights dandruff and leaves hair soft and manageable. In addition, it keeps the skin hydrated and delays aging.


Lavender oil

It is an antibacterial oil. Eliminates dandruff, prevents hair loss. It is anti-inflammatory, reduces acne and its marks or scars. Helps maintain youthful skin.


Mango seed oil

We have already told you about all the benefits of mango this post. It is rich in vitamins A and C. Softens and gives shine. Ideal for dyed hair, as it repairs and strengthens it. It is an anti-aging oil, it helps cleanse the face and control skin sebum.

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Grapeseed oil

Moisturizes and conditions the scalp, acts as a thermal protector. Eliminates dandruff and reduces hair loss. It is ideal for oily and acne-prone skin because it helps control the sebum produced by our skin. Thanks to vitamin C, it has astringent properties.

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Tea tree oil

It is anti-inflammatory and antibacterial. It fights acne-causing bacteria, it also reduces inflammation and reduces redness. Ideal for keeping the scalp clean of dandruff. The properties of this oil are miraculous, if you see that a pimple is about to appear, you apply it to the area, cover it with a bandage and go to sleep. The next day there is nothing!

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Personally, I love collecting essential oils and learning from them. There are many other oils and with many other properties. But I consider these are the ones you should have to start applying them in your routine and see the benefits they have on your hair and skin. Trust me, once you do this, you won't need any more cream for your face or hair. These products are completely natural and without any chemicals. For this reason, it is important that when you read the labels (as I mentioned in this article) you notice that the only ingredient is oil.

Want to know where to find them? Send me a message!

Kisses, Kiara


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