Secrets of Sesame Oil and Healthy Hair Growth

Fed up and wanting to get rid of that ANNOYING FRIZZ? – Read on…

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The usage of Sesame seeds, also known as Sesamum indicum dates back to 3000 BC. In fact, Sesame is one of the most ancient seeds ever known to man and its history is thought to have originated in either India or Africa. 

Sesame seeds have been described as a “nutritional goldmine” due to the fact that it contains essential protein that are not found in other vegetables proteins. Sesame seed oil is very rich in antioxidants, such as vitamin E, lecithin, minerals, proteins, and amino acids, and it is antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory, making it a fantastic option for either hair and scalp massages or as a cleanser for the skin.

How to Apply to Your Hair:

Simply apply a small drop into your palm, rub together and apply to dry hair to eliminate FRIZZ!

BUT, if you are looking for salon quality results, follow these steps:

STEP 1: Warm sesame oil slightly, by placing the oil in a resealable plastic bag and placing it in a bowl of hot water.

STEP 2: Once the oil is warm, apply it all over the scalp and massage it into the scalp and hair in a circular motion, using your fingertips (NOT FINGERNAILS!)

STEP 3: After massaging, wrap the scalp and hair with a soaked and squeezed hot water towel, for around half an hour.

STEP 4: Remove towel and replace with a plastic cap to allow the oil to deeply penetrate into the scalp.

STEP 5: In the morning wash hair with a gentle and good shampoo, followed by a good conditioner applied to hair for up to half an hour.

STEP 6: Rinse out and style as desired.

No need to keep waiting, as regular use of this oil will place you in the correct path for reaping the benefits of healthy, growing and lustrous hair. Why wait? – Get hold of your very own sesame seed oil today! (I did and I am certainly reaping those benefits today)

Enjoy!

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