Grapeseeds, often seen as a massive interruption of our pleasant grape eating sessions. You’ll be pleased to know that they have a lot more beneficial than you may originally think and we’re going to tell you all about it.
Most people aren’t aware that the oil from the tiny grape seed is full of fats and growth-inducing Even many of those who use it to cook up a yummy meal don’t realize the versatility of seemingly ‘non’ oil. Our best-selling “Let’s Get Tacos” allows this little seed to shine and touch your hair in all the right places.
The oil contains linoleic acid, an essential fatty acid that people can only get from foods because it is not naturally produced in the body. A little fun fact, studies have shown that linoleic acid can actually reduce bad cholesterol as well as lower the risk of coronary heart disease.
Okay, that’s nice but why should I put grapeseed oil on my head?
Along with linoleic acid, grapeseeds also contains enormous amounts of oligomeric proanthocyanidin complexes, which are antioxidants that naturally come from plants. This particular antioxidant actually lowers the production of the hormone that is linked to baldness.
Without the fatty acid and the antioxidants, people can suffer from hair and scalp conditions such as hair loss, dry and itchy scalp, and dry hair.
Use it to condition and moisturize
There are other amazing natural conditioners that will nourish your hair such as coconut oil and olive oil however, grapeseed oil matches, and even surpasses, them in its’ hair benefit. This is because grapeseed oil actually helps immensely with problems like dandruff, hair loss, and weakened hair.
It is ideal for moisturizing and conditioning because it is lightweight and doesn’t leave hair looking oily and greasy. Essentially, the grapeseed oil locks in moisture and then continuously conditions; preventing split ends, frizz, and fragile hair.
Use it to reduce hair loss
DHT is a hormone that can cause hair loss. There is a large number of antioxidants contained in grapeseed that actually blocks DHT from being produced, which essentially means that when you rub grapeseed oil onto your scalp, you’re reducing your risk of hair loss (how good!).
Use for reducing dandruff
The locked-in moisture and conditioning that occurs when using grapeseed oil prevent your scalp from becoming dry and flaky. In fact, the emollients and nutrients present in grapeseed oil actually encourage healthy skin cells to grow, healing and strengthening instead of drying and flaking.
This natural hair treatment is just about the best you can get. It is both offensive and defensive, protecting your hair while also healing and strengthening it.
That’s what why may be the most underrated ingredient in the haircare game! Grapeseed oil literally takes your hair and gives it the love it deserves. Being able to reap the benefits of this oil just from a couple of drops from our amazing Let's Get Taco's hair oil will do god work with only a few drops of oil the work of a host of hair care products. Like, so much better that you’ll never go back.
Regular use of grapeseed oil in your hair care routine will ensure that your hair is stronger, healthier, and better looking. And that just the facts.