Hair Tip Tuesday: Vitamin E Oil for Fine and Thinning Hair

Find the best uses for Vitamin E Oil on your naturally curly hair!

I have made it pretty well known that I have fine, curly hair. I have been applying JBCO onto my scalp nightly for strength and while my hair hasn’t been breaking as much, I don’t feel as though it has made that big of a change in thickness. My cousin swears by using Vitamin E Oil to help thinning hair so I am going to wait until I have finished my bottle of Jamaican Black Castor Oil to begin using this magic oil! Your tip for the day? Massage Vitamin E Oil onto your scalp or apply it onto the length and ends of your hair as a pre-poo treatment. Vitamin E helps to repair and build tissue due to it’s antioxidant properties. This makes it an excellent oil to use for stimulating hair growth. Massaging your scalp with Vitamin E oil will help improve circulation to the scalp, improving the health of the hair follicle, encouraging hair growth.

Have you used Vitamin E Oil on your curls? Let me know what you think!

Xoxo Un Besito,

Rocío

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3 Comments

  1. Hi Rocio! Absolutely love your blog! Thank you as I am learning tons 🙂

    About 2 months ago, I noticed my hair is thinning, my parts are a lot larger and a lot more shedding/breaking going on. I even feel “sore” on my scalp sometimes 🙁 I have fine wavy hair (Type 2b/2c) and so I am building my hair care routine to help recover. From using Shea Moisture products to scalp massages and healthy eating, I am learning what works for me.

    I’m so glad you shared a post about this Vitamin E Oil as I was searching your blog for oil treatments. Had a few questions if you can help lead me in the right direction or video if you’ve already done it.

    Oiling:

    1. I was wondering if you’ve done any oil blends for hair growth/hair loss? Like any carrier oils and essential oil recipes you’ve tried?

    2. I see you mentioned using this as a pre-poo so does this replace your coconut oil that you normally use before a wash or would you mix both oils?

    3. If you do make oil blends for hot oil treatments/pre-pooing, how much would you make and how long do the blends last if you make a lot? (I noticed in some oil blends coconut oil is used and it does harden so not sure if that affects the entire blend when not in use.)

    Thanks in advance!!! 🙂

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