Deep Conditioning With Grapeseed Oil Mask

  • Take 3-4 tablespoons of grapeseed oil, depending on the length of your hair, and pour it into a plastic zip lock bag.
  • Ensure that the bag is sealed properly. Immerse it into hot water to let the oil warm up.
  • Wash your hair with shampoo.
  • Once your hair is completely dry, start applying the oil from the roots of your hair to the tips.
  • When your hair and scalp and completely covered in oil, wrap a damp hot towel around your head.
  • Let this sit for 20-30 minutes and then shampoo and condition.
How Often

You can repeat this treatment twice a week.

Benefits Of Using Grapeseed Oil As A Deep Conditioning Treatment

Grapeseed oil is rich in linoleic oil and Vitamin E, which is a great antioxidant and an emollient. The antioxidants help battle free radicals that damage your hair while the emollient properties help seal moisture in your hair shaft. It also helps soothe the scalp, treat dandruff, and smooth the hair shaft, preventing issues like frizz, splitting, and breakage.

  • Ensure that the water is not so hot that it melts the bag.
  • Do not over-heat the oil as you can end up burning your scalp.

Did You Know?

The outer layer of hair is called the cuticle, and its purpose is to protect the inside layers. In healthy hair, the cuticle lays flat. In damaged hair, they are more open.

Flaxseed Hair Oil for Hair Growth Mask

You Will Need

2 tbsp Flaxseed Oil

Processing Time

45 minutes

  1. In a bowl, heat the flaxseed oil for a few seconds until it is slightly warm.
  2. Massage this into your scalp for about 15 minutes and then work it through your hair.
  3. Once your hair and scalp are fully covered, wrap your hair in a hot towel. You can heat the towel in the oven, dip it in hot water, or use a blow dryer to heat it.
  4. Wait with the towel on for an additional 30 minutes.
  5. Wash your hair with a mild sulfate-free shampoo.
How Often?

2-3 times a week.

How This Helps

The heat from the oil and the hot towel allows the goodness of flax seeds to penetrate your roots and hair shaft. This provides your scalp and hair with the nourishment it needs to grow out healthy. You can also use food-grade flaxseed oil as a dressing when you prepare salads.