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Split Ends

Are you obsessed with split ends? Have you tried everything under the sun and still not been able to get rid of split ends? Are you sick of using products that claim to get rid of split ends, but the only thing you end up losing is your money?

Well, you are not alone.

There are hundreds of thousands of women like you who want to get rid of split ends, but lack the necessary knowledge and tools. Like your skin, your hair also has multiple layers. When the outer layer is damaged due to too much sunlight, heat styling and/or harsh styling products, it may cause split ends.

Trichoptilosis also known as split ends is the splitting or fraying of the hair-shaft due to excessive heat and mechanical stress.

Nobody wants to have split-ends and if you want to grow your hair out they can become even more problematic. If you are troubled by hair fall, but desire longer hair, there are some steps that you can take that will help. Over the years, I have learned that minimizing the causes while treating the effects will help you to have the long luscious tresses that you dream about.

Cause, Incident And Risk Factor Further Defined

Thermal, chemical or mechanical stress can cause split ends. For example, the use of curling irons and other heat treatments may cause split ends. So, what causes split ends and what can weaken your hair? Excessive application of hair products such as perms and hair coloring. They may strip protective layering off the outside of the hair’s shaft making the hair prone to split ends.

Mechanical stresses include pulling a comb forcefully through tangled hair and repeated combing. Split ends can be seen as a symptom of copper transport disorders such as Menkes disease and occipital horn syndrome.

What Causes Split Ends

In simple terms, it means that you are not providing enough moisture to your hair and it is important to nourish hair. Thankfully, you can now use Obsessed Hair Oil to strengthen your hair and smooth out the split ends.

The first steps in treating your split ends is to learn about the reasons you have them. While you can’t control some of them, you can minimize your exposure to the things that stress out your hair and cause split ends. Keep in mind, that the more of these things you avoid, the better off your hair will be.

Obsessed Hair Oil Treats Split Ends

It’s a special blend of 100% luxurious essential oils, which include peppermint oil, rosemary oil and jojoba oil. It is free from any kind of synthetic dyes, harsh chemicals, parabens or sulfates. It is the best hair oil treatment you can get.

Jojoba Oil

Jojoba oil is an excellent choice for moisturizing your hair in order to grow your hair. The jojoba oil is rich in Omega 6 and Omega 9 fatty acids as well as in vitamins E and B. It also has trace amounts of silicon, chromium, zinc and copper.

It not only helps in getting rid of the buildup on the scalp, but it also helps in enhancing cell reproduction. The golden jojoba oil is widely considered as one of the most nutrient rich botanical oils available today. It not only hydrates the hair from inside the hair shaft, but it also adds softness and shine to the hair.

Peppermint Oil

Peppermint oil helps in increasing blood circulation in the scalp, which in turn helps in increasing hair growth.

Rosemary Oil

Rosemary oil has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties that help in reducing hair loss and growing thick and luscious hair. Excessive chemical treatment combined with poor diet and environmental exposure can result in changes in hair texture. This may lead to hair breakage as well as split ends. It is also referred to as weathering of the hair where hair progressively splits from the root to the tip.

This proprietary blend of essential oils for hair growth include jojoba oil with rosemary and peppermint oil. These oils contain all the necessary nutrients necessary to reverse hair weathering in a completely natural manner.

Using Obsessed Hair Oil

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It can be used on a daily basis or less frequently, depending on your needs. You can also use it prior to shampooing to prevent moisture loss from your hair. It’s recommended to let this oil stay on the scalp and hair for at least an hour before shampooing for best results.

Since it is concentrated oil blend, you need to use only a little on your scalp for daily use. Put a few drops in your palm and massage it lightly onto your scalp as well as the roots. To prevent dry scalp, hair breakage and to stop hair loss, it is recommended to massage your hair roots and scalp with Obsessed Hair Oil regularly.

Obsessed Hair Oil Benefits

Below is a list of benefits you can expect from regular use.

  • It is a blend of completely natural essential and carrier oils that is free from any kind of harmful chemicals as well as parabens.
  • The golden jojoba oil helps in improving your hair health by preventing hair damage and by getting rid of the buildup on the scalp.
  • It can be used on a regular basis or less frequently.
  • The rosemary oil helps in preventing bacterial growth.
  • It not only helps in reducing split ends due to presence of vitamin E, but also longer, thicker, fuller hair faster.
  • The peppermint oil helps in increasing blood flow on the scalp.
  • It adds a beautiful shine to your hair.

Home Remedies For Split Ends

Here are a few tips to help you improve existing hair damage and prevent further split ends.

Applying Obsessed Hair Oil before Shampooing

Regular application of Obsessed Hair Oil before shampooing provides lots of moisture to your hair. This helps to prevent breakage and snaps, especially if you use a harsh shampoo. It is recommended to apply the oil and keep it on for at least an hour. Next, use biotin shampoo or perhaps rosemary shampoo in order for the blend of essential oils to do their work.

In addition, it can also be used after shampooing once your hair is completely dry for shine. Do not forget that it is a concentrated oil and you do not need very much for it to be effective.

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A lot of shampoos online and in retail stores contain alcohol. Not good. Alcohol dries out your hair. Therefore, it is recommended to avoid shampoos containing alcohol. There are options that contain only natural ingredients. Also, you should restrict your shampoo usage to at most two times a week. It is also recommended to use cold water for washing your hair instead of hot water as it may damage your hair.

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Shampooing too frequently and/or using hot water while in the shower are both indicators in split-end problems. The fact is that shampooing too often strips your hair of natural oils causing your scalp to over-produce in compensation. Start cutting back slowly and using cool water on your hair when shampooing and conditioning.

One of the best shampoos for split ends is ArtNaturals Organic Moroccan Argan Oil Shampoo and Conditioner. The botanical extracts and oils enhance shine and health of hair and scalp. The shampoo cleans gently, but effectively, without stripping color. The conditioner hydrates and protects, leaving hair shiny and thicker.

Use High Quality Heating Tools

One of the worst enemies of your hair is heat, but it’s not always easy to avoid using a flat iron or hairdryer. The best way to use a hairdryer is to apply a heat resistant serum before applying heat to your hair. It is also recommended to microfiber towel dry your hair before using a hairdryer to reduce the damage.

Although you may love your hair styling products, they can wreak havoc on your hair in the long run. From your favorite straightening iron to chemical-based serums and sprays. Unfortunately, the heat and chemical products are going to damage your hair.

While you might not be ready to toss out your favorite hair irons, you should take time off between uses. For instance, wear your straightened hairstyle one day and then use an up-do the following day to give your hair time to rest. Also, weekends are a great time to give your hair a break from intense styling.

Nutrition

Application of Obsessed Hair Oil on a regular basis will provide the necessary nutrition your hair needs. However, you also need to strengthen your hair from inside out. Research suggests that folic acid as well as biotin enriched supplement hair health as well as hair thickness.

Folic acid helps in enhancing the production of red blood cells in the body, which in turn leads to hair growth. Some of the common foods known to be rich in folic acid include wheat, oranges as well as green leafy vegetables.

Foods rich in folic acid

Similarly, biotin helps in strengthening your hair. It is commonly found in walnuts, sunflower seeds, peas, lentils as well as brown rice.

SWIMMING

Swimming is a great form of exercise and can be really enjoyable. However, the chlorine found in swimming pools is very damaging to your hair. Keep it safe by using a swimming cap every time you take a dip in the pool, remembering to tuck in stray hairs for maximum protection.

The Environment

You don’t have much control over environmental contributors, such as dust and pollution. However, you can reduce your hair exposure as much as possible. Wear a scarf over your hair when going out and use a high quality air filter in your home to cut back on the amount of pollutants in the air.

I use a Levoit air Purifier because it removes 99.97% of dust, pollen, smoke, odor, mold spores, and pet dander from the air.

Doing this will benefit your overall health as well!

Regular Trimming

It is recommended to get regular trims in order to protect your hair from split ends. Generally, split ends worsen as they travel up the shaft, if you wait longer. Therefore, it is recommended to get frequent trims for healthier and longer hair. Experts recommend getting a trim at least every eight weeks.

A Few More Split Ends Solutions

The symptoms associated with split ends can be frustrating and unattractive. If your hair is difficult to get untangled (4a hair) or has an uneven length, it is likely that splits are to blame. You can also look closely at the ends for splits and breaks.

Now that you have seen how to minimize the causes, you can begin to add solutions that will soften and smooth your hair. With regular use of these ideas you can stop the cycle of breakage and begin healing. Although it will take some time to grow your hair out long, this is the path that will take you where you want to be!

There are many different types of hair masks for dry hair even homemade hair masks for dry damaged hair that can be used in order to smooth and strengthen your hair. All of them should be left on your hair for at least twenty minutes. Follow with your normal hair care routine. Experiment with different ingredients to see combinations work best for your hair and lifestyle.

Mayonnaise is an oldie, but goodie that still packs a powerful punch in the hair care arena. It contains egg and oil, both of which are useful alone or in other hair mask concoctions. Apply enough to towel dried hair and massage into your hair thoroughly.

Mayonnaise hair mask

The scent of mayo can be difficult to remove, so consider adding some Obsessed Hair Oil to your mayonnaise hair mask.

As mentioned above, egg yolks can help to soften and heal your hair. If you don’t want to use mayo, whip up an egg yolk or two with Obsessed hair oil. Honey is another great ingredient, which will promote moisture retention. Beer, bananas, avocado and papaya are also highly recommended.

Leave-In Conditioners

Whichever combination of these you choose to use, make sure that you blend the ingredients well and cover your hair while the mask is on. Follow up with a good shampoo and conditioner. Finally, whip up a diy leave in conditioner or check out these leave in conditioners that you can buy.

Don’t forget you can also add a few drops of Obsessed Hair Oil into your hair care masks for optimal performance.

Split End Trimmer

Sometimes you want to trim your own hair because you are not up to your stylists cutting when you asked for a trim. That’s when a split end remover can come in handy. Unfortunately, we are sometimes willing to singe our split ends away with a burning candle or snip them with a makeshift vacuum. Remember the Flowbee, right? Good grief!

A split end hair trimmer is an at-home tool that’ll trim as little as 1/4 of an inch. I tried it. Although I only tested one there are a lot of split end trimming products on the market right now. 

If your hair breakage and split ends have you down in the dumps, take heart! You now have the solutions in front of you to start fixing them. Stick with your routine and you will have strong, gorgeous hair in no time.

Hair problems are a fact of life and can affect anyone. The pure and natural ingredients in Obsessed Hair Oil have proven to be highly effective in helping women get and keep healthy hair. It is important to use this oil on a regular basis in order to maximize its benefit.

You should know that everyone gets split ends, but there are ways to prevent hair damage. With the help of a good balanced diet and regular hair massages with Obsessed Hair Oil you’re well on your way. Keep the above mentioned tips in mind in order to prevent split ends in the future.

Sherry Harris is Chief Content Officer of Obsessed Hair Oil. Learn more about the products we recommend and hair routines on the <a href="https://obsessedhairoil.com/start-here/">Start Here</a> page, and connect on <a href="https://twitter.com/obsessedhairoil">Twitter</a> and <a href="https://www.facebook.com/obsessedhairoil">Facebook</a>.