9 Natural Heat Protectants Your Hair Will Love ...

By Jelena

9 Natural Heat Protectants Your Hair Will Love ...

Natural heat protectants such as grapeseed oil could really help you finally switch to a 100% chemical-free hair care regimen, while still getting all the benefits chemicals such as silicones provide. Now, I know it sounds a bit odd but some oils out there are said to be just as good as store-bought stuff and are actually quite popular natural heat protectants many people praise and recommend to others. Sounds interesting? Well, here they are – 9 hair oils you can use alone or mix together to create a natural hair product that offers protection against heat and UV rays:

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1 Grapeseed Oil

Grapeseed Oil Widely known for its high smoking point and fantastic results in hair care, grapeseed oil is a natural heat protectorant better than most store-bought ones! Ladies brave enough to give it a go, all claim applying grapeseed oil before flat-ironing‌ gave their naturally very curly tresses added shine and silky soft feel, pointing out the absence of usual side-effect such as sizzling sounds and burned smell.

2 Argan Oil

Argan Oil This fantastic Moroccan treat is, without any doubt, one of the best organic hair care products ever, yet not a lot of people actually knows protection against heat is one of its many benefits. Often referred to as “liquid gold” this amazing natural product is rich in omega 3 and 6 fatty acids as well as vitamin E and is something you definitely ought to add to your hair-care routine even if you aren’t a big fan of heat and even more so if you are!

"When it comes to hair care, using a good shampoo is crucial. Try the best clarifying shampoo to help restore your hair's natural luster. Suitable for all hair types, it effectively removes product build-up and environmental impurities, leaving your locks clean, vibrant, and full of life."

3 Coconut Oil

Coconut Oil As beneficial and much-loved as the first two, my third suggestion, coconut oil, deserves its place on the list of natural heat protectants as well. Famous for its anti-microbial, moisturizing and anti-dandruff properties, this oil is a definite hair-care must and will help repair hair damage and allow you to grow your hair strong, healthy, luscious and long. But wait, that’s not all! Due to its thick consistency and ability to increase your hair’s moisture retaining capacity, this oil also happens to be one of those products you don’t want to be without in summer when blazing sun often makes turns our lush hair dry and brittle!

4 Refined Avocado Oil

Refined Avocado Oil But wait, don’t stop reading just yet because there’s another 100% natural sunscreen for hair you might love waaay more than all those synthetic products. It’s name? avocado oil! Famous for being the best herbal sunscreen there is with strong UV absorption properties that extend to both UVA and UVB rays, this totally natural hair product is something you can mix with other oils (such as Argan or Grapeseed oil) to create your very own ‌ DIY natural heat protectant or use alone to make sure your hair receives optimal hydration, nurture and protection in summer.

5 Shea Butter

Shea Butter Want to know even more about natural heat protectorants and all the ways there are to ditch silicones, hopefully for good? Well, I’m glad you asked because I found a very interesting piece of info on Shea butter that I want to share and yes, it has everything to do with it being a natural heat protectant you can use for your blowouts. As it turns out, this baby’s thermal conductivity is almost as good as the one of popular silicones used in most heat protectants such as dimethicone and cyclomethicone. Sweet!

6 Sunflower Oil

Sunflower Oil Well, surprise, surprise! Sunflower oil might not be the healthiest choice for cooking yet many folks out there claim it is a good one in terms of hair care. This very common ingredient of many organic hair care products has a very high smoking point as well which means you can definitely throw it into equation in case you’re interested in concocting your own DIY heat protectant.

7 Olive Oil

Olive Oil Another natural product I’ve been talking about quite a lot in terms of hair care, yet had no idea of this alternative way to use it. Now, I don’t know about you but it really never occurred to me olive oil would offer good protection against heat yet, as it turns out, many people out there are using it this way with great results.

8 Cupuacu Butter

Cupuacu Butter I know a type of butter doesn't exactly sound like an appealing heat protectant, but I think you'll change your mind once you try it. Cupuacu butter soothes, protects and moisturizes both the skin and hair. It has natural UVA and UVB protectants and helps seal in moisture in your hair so you're well protected from heat damage.

9 Macadamia Nut Oil

Macadamia Nut Oil Macadamia Nut Oil is nutritious, moisturizing and makes a fab natural heat protectant! This oil not only provides natural UV protection, but it also helps cut drying time so you spend less time drying your hair and using a heat tool. Macadamia Nut Oil has many uses for your hair, skin and nails so it's a great oil to add to your ‌natural beauty routine!

Have you ever used a natural heat protectant before and is there an advice or even a warning you’d like to put out there for everyone who might be interested in giving them a shot? Do share because I’m really interested in giving natural heat protectants (grapeseed oil in particular) a go.

This post was written in collaboration with editor Lisa Washington

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U get argon oil from any hairdressers and chemists

Hey All, how do you prepare the oil/s to use this way? Example: Do you just use a spray bottle for application? If using flat iron, do you put it on all over at once or as you straighten each section? BTW, thinking of trying coconut oil first. Thanking you in advance!

I know Argan oil is very good for your hair, but I have a straightener with vaporizing vents, allowing you to straighten wet or damp hair as well. So my question is, is it ok to put argan oil in your wet hair, and air dry it a bit, and then straighten it?

Where do you get argan oil? How much should it cost?

@Heather The burning point for hair is 451 degrees Fahrenheit on average, and it can actually be lower for some people, so I'd say you're cutting it close anyway and I don't think the Coconut Oil was the reason. I suggest you lower the degrees since it's damaging for your hair.

okay hi can i use liquid coconut oil or should i use that buttery thing? or are they the same? i hab=ve the liquidy one.

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