Grow Hair Long Fast Avocado Fruit or Oil

Grow Hair Long Fast using Avocado Fruit or Oil

Sometime back I talked about using avocado oil to grow hair long fast. Here’s more about avocado and hair growth…

Well, the picture you see here is avocado – the fruit. It is a highly nutritious and fruit not just for healthy hair growth but for our overall health. I love eating avocado but over here, it can be pretty pricey and considered one of those ‘unique and special’ fruit. During supermarket sales and weekend sales or in ‘wet markets’ (my favorite place to get fresh stuff) are good times to get avocados like ‘in the dozens’.

You can see avocados in what we call the ‘wet market’ here…in these pictures. This wet market you see, is just like about 10 minutes drive from my apartment block. And fyi, I can also get stuff like clothes, shoes, dry food, household items, toys, lanterns, hair accessories and you what-have-you…


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more fruits in wet market

Avocado, like most fruits, are best eaten raw like with ham sandwiches, tossed with salads, mashed with another fruit like maybe ripe sweet bananas (for kids too) or made into puree or blended with another fruit to make juice. At times, I like it in my egg omelette. But like I said, this is a pricey fruit so I take this just occasionally…

Now, other than for eating and mixing into juices, ice-cream, fruit bowl, etc. this amazing fruit can be used on our scalp and hair too – when it is mashed and made into a paste.

What good does it do for hair? When this is applied on hair, do we get all its nutrients, like when we eat it? Not really, but it is still great for hair.

Basically avocado the fruit, is rich in proteins, amino acids, omega-3 fats and vitamins C, A,D and E. These nutrients look good and this is what we can get when we eat avocado, but not as an oil.grow hair long fast avocado

How then can avocado benefit our hair growth to naturally grow hair long fast?

I do not know if you realized this but if you pick up a bottle of avocado oil, you will see that avocado oil contains zero protein. This is simply because when we extract oil, we also remove the proteins, carbohydrates and all fat based substances.

In fact even cold pressed avocado oil is produced by separating the oil from its pulp. So this also means that most of its vitamins like vitamins C,E and B are also lost. Also, the amount of omega-3 is not as much as you would get when you take fish oil.

On the flip side though, avocado oil does have a very high content of monounsaturated fatty acidswhich work great for your hair – this is what is most important about avocado oil when it comes to how it can benefit your hair condition.

It is said that extra virgin oil is good for your hair but know this – avocado oil has even higher monounsaturated fatty acid content than extra virgin olive oil.

Have you got dry, brittle, damaged and weak hair?Here is the good news – when you apply monounsaturated fats right on to your hair, it can really moisturize, nourish and make your hair strands stronger. So not only will your crowning glory be well protected but it will shine and make heads turn!

Just to side track here, for a change, you can also mash or blend(becomes ‘more pasty’) a really ripe avocado and then just spread it on to your hair as a deep conditioner. If you do not mind the mess and can afford to do this regularly, great.

But for me, I prefer avocado oil, as the fruit itself is pretty pricey to mash like almost every day. I would do this once a month (for a change from virgin coconut oil). It really depends on ‘my mood’ but avocado definitely makes an effective and wholesome hair conditioner or moisturizer.

Back to the avocado oil, adding this oil to your regular conditioner to apply to your hair before you shampoo, makes a wonderful pre-treatment.

Or if you have brittle, fizzy or dry hair, you can just dab a little bit of avocado oil for styling your hairto make it look supple, shiny and attractive. I like this for a natural party look.

Massaging with Avocado Oil to Grow Hair Long Fast

Now this is the part I love to do – as I have said many times, a good, consistent and proper scalp massage is the key to grow hair long fast naturally. So when you feel like avocado oil on your hair, just like you do your regular scalp massages, dab this oil on your finger tips and massage your scalp.

By massaging, other than the nutrients being absorbed onto your scalp, this routine itself stimulates blood flow to your scalp so that the nutrients can get to your hair follicles to stimulate new and healthy hair growth. And yes, this makes your hair grow at its naturally fastest speed, because it is healthy and well fed.

And do you know, kneading and massaging your scalp actually clears your blocked follicles. And when hair follicles are unclogged, and the oil ‘seeps in’ deeply, hair grows long at its naturally fastest speed and remains healthy.

Finally, when this whole avocado oil scalp massage routine is done, I always feel rejuvenated and refreshed all over. So this routine is something I usually love to do at the end of my day (after both my kids are sound asleep!).

And here’s another tip – when I make my own avocado fruit or oil conditioner or mask, it costs much less than if I bought a bottle of conditioner. When I compare quality, making my own is also more natural as compared to what is sold. What is sold in the shop although it says ‘natural’ or even ‘all natural’, there will be some amount of ‘chemical’ or coloring, scent or fragrance. I like mine truly all natural.

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This is really simple.  On top using avocado oil or fruit as application (topical), if you still want an extra boost of this unique and wonderful fruit, just eat it fresh! This way, the nutrients you miss out when using avocado oil as application, your body can have it all, when you eat it fresh or raw.

And remember, if you want the best and highest amount of nutrient, avoid cooking avocado (or any fruit for that matter). Raw or fresh is best.

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  • Do I raise the avocado out my hair after conditioning my hair with it.

  • Can u tell me step by step what to do with the avocado after I buy it whole from the store so that I can grow my hair fast. I’m really having trouble growing my hair.

    • Hi Robin, thanks for your comment. And it gives me an idea of a topic to blog about 😉 So here is how to do this, read my post ‘Home Remedies For Hair Growth Using Avocado Fruit’… ENJOY!

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