Do You Need QuickSilverHair Oil or Squalane Oil?
If you live in a dry climate, have hard water, coarse hair, dry hair, curly hair; then yes, you may need a hair oil. Some of us do need a little oil in our hair to prevent frizz, to create a protective barrier against the elements, pollution, and possible yellowing. Adding quality pure natural oils can be extremely nourishing for your hair and scalp.
These oils can be used on straight, curly, coarse, fine, color treated hair, and on man, woman or child even.
Natural oils have been used for centuries. When teaching me about herbs and plant medicine, my mother always reminded me, “the best medicine grows in your own backyard”…so the oil that grows closest to you is probably best for your skin in your environment. For instance, jojoba trees grow in the Great Southwest and jojoba oil provides the perfect type of nourishment in dry climates for desert zapped skin and hair.
All About QuickSilverHair Oil:
Color: Slightly yellow but clear oil.
Ingredients: Sweet almond oil, sunflower oil, argan oil, jojoba oil, and a special blend of lavender and ginger oil.
Can always be used with QuickSilverHair Clay.
Benefits and Uses of QuickSilverHair Oil:
- Prevent split ends: seal your ends when you have finished your style.
- Treat frizz: add a couple of pumps to your palm, rub palms together and lightly dust your hands over the top layer of hair focusing on your sprouts and frizzies.
- Add to any styling cream for a little bit extra frizz control.
- Scrunch out the scrunch: If you use a hard hold gel for your curls, apply a couple of pumps to your hands before you scrunch out the crunch.
- Hot oil treatment: Depending on the length of your hair, mix 5-6 pumps of QuickSilverHair Oil with warm coconut oil or your favorite silicone free conditioner. Apply to hair and then wrap your hair in a warm towel for ten to twenty minutes. Wash out with a gentle sulfate-free shampoo.
- Swimmers protection: coat your clean wet hair with oil before heading into the pool and it will protect your hair from chlorine.
- Scalp massage: Use 3-4 pumps (coat each fingertip) and give yourself a scalp massage. Do this before you go to sleep and the calming scent of lavender and ginger will help you fall asleep.
- Bug bites: dab a little on, to stop the itch and heal the bite.
- Acne: you can actually take a pump of oil in a bit of QuickSilverHair Clay just enough to make a little paste and cover the acne spot, and let it dry. It will draw out the bacteria and dry out the pimple.
- Dry skin: massage into scaly skin, itchy skin, elbows, knees, and heels
- Cuticle oil: rub on each nail and gently massage into the nail and skin around it.
- Facial prewash: cover your face in oil about 15 minutes before your shower or bath, and just rinse away, or use a gentle soap if needed.
- Eyebrows: take one pump on your finger run over each eyebrow, rub down into skin, then brush, and shape eyebrows with clean spoolie. Conditions, shapes, softens, adds shine, and encourages new growth.
- Helpful Healing Oil For:
- Razor burn
- Cracked lips
- Stretch marks
To read more and all the science behind QuickSilverHair Oil head over to this post > Best Oils for your Hair: What’s in QuickSilverHair Oil and Its Uses
All About QuickSilverHair Squalane Oil:
Color: Clear Oil
Ingredients: Italian (olive derived) squalane oil, with a splash of French Highland lavender oil.
With QuickSilverHair Clay, it mixes perfectly.
Benefits of Squalane for Skin:
- Noncomedogenic (won’t clog pores)
- Nontoxic (low acute toxicity), actually showing detoxifying properties
- Safe for all skin types (oily or dry)
- Actually helps regulate skin oil production
- Sebum mimicker
- Natural emollient (moisturizer)
- Protects skin from free radical oxidative damage
- Rapidly absorbs into skin without a greasy feeling
- It helps lock in moisture, especially beneficial for our skin as it ages
- Non-greasy and it just sinks in.
- Leaves skin feeling smooth and hydrated.
- Great for restoring moisture to dry-desert-living skin.
Benefits of Squalane for Hair and Scalp:
- Dry flaky skin and scalp
- Inflammatory acne
- Nature’s silicone, can be used like silicone based hair serums
- It helps smooths flyaways and frizz.
- It is an excellent replacement for coconut oil, and much lighter too.
- It helps lock in moisture, especially beneficial for our silver hair
- Helps protect and strengthen damaged hair
- Provides some heat protection for hair, because it is stable at higher temperatures.
How to Use Squalane Oil:
- Can always be used with QuickSilverHair clay
- Use after you wash your face on clean skin (day and night)
- Neck and Décolletage moisturizer
- Use alone or as a base layer under facial moisturizer
- Use as a replacement for hair serum
- Use on your white hair without worry since it is clear
- Allergen friendly for those with allergies
- Prevent split ends; seal your ends when you have finished your style.
- Scalp massage
- Under eye serum
- Chapped lips
- Cuticle oil
- Pro-aging properties, helps with elasticity, and suppleness
To read more and all the science behind QuickSilverHair Squalane Oil head over to this post > Everything You Need to Know About Squalane Oil
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