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home>>beauty & fashion>>hair care>>scalp & hair problems>>How to Solve Hair and Scalp Problems With Cranberry Oil

How to Solve Hair and Scalp Problems With Cranberry Oil

by: Nancy Faizabadi

Who would have thought you could get antioxidants, Omega-3, Omega-6, and Vitamin E all in one fruit oil?

Cranberry seed oil is the latest natural hair product on the market. It provides a nutrient-rich formula that contributes to a healthy and strong head of hair.

Without Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids, hair is dry and lifeless. A lack of fatty-acid balance in the scalp can lead to unmanageable hair and frequent bad hair days.

Nature's Perfect Moisturizer

The rich cranberry omega oils help to reduce dandruff, itching, as well as eczema and psoriasis, a skin disease characterized by recurring reddish patches covered with silvery scales.

Approximately 2% of the population, about 120 million people worldwide, suffer from psoriasis. They experience a temporary thinning of the hair, which could be due to insufficient omega nutrition of the hair and scalp... a deficiency that can be rebalanced with cranberry oil.

One more benefit of using omega-rich cranberry oil directly on your hair it suits vegans, vegetarians and others who wish to avoid animal-derived products such as fish oil, which can leave your hair with an unpleasant odour.

Loaded With Nutrients

You could spend a lot of money on products such as wheat germ oil and cold-pressed vegetables oils, which only contain one source of Vitamin E and will leave your hair greasy and unhealthy over the long run. Whereas cranberry oil contains natural, rich antioxidants (that repair cellular damage caused by pollutants) and a variety of elements including organic acids like benzoic acid to enhance scalp circulation and promote healthy hair.

Your hair needs Vitamin E for shine and strength; you can get this important vitamin by applying cranberry oil every time you wash your hair.

Cranberry oil also contains minerals that are beneficial to your hair such as calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, zinc, copper, manganese and selenium.

If you were to consume cranberry oil orally, it would gradually be distributed by your digestive system to various parts of your body, including your hair. But for a more direct effect, the nutritional benefits of cranberry oil can be delivered right to the scalp and absorbed by the roots if packed properly into an agent (delivery system) that can penetrate the skin to reach the blood vessels beneath the scalp.

Cranberry Oil Products

Look for shampoos, conditioners, hair moisturizers, styling cremes, hair sprays, and other products that contain cranberry seed oil. You'll also find the oil increasingly being used in lip balms and skin creams because of its exceptional, non-greasy moisturizing properties.

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About The Author
Nancy Faizabadi is a professional hair stylist and the founder of ShortHairStyle.com. Visit http://www.short-hair-style.com/hair-care-and-style.html and find out how to solve your hair and scalp problem and restore your hair and scalp to optimum condition.
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