Scientific Benefits of Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Kazani is comprised of multitude of plants with at least 25 plant based ingredients. Today, we want to talk about olive oil and its scientific benefits on the hair roots. 

Our ancestors have used olive oil for haircare for thousands of years. They were claiming it adds shine, body, softness, and resilience.

What is Olive Oil Made of?

Olive oil’s primary chemical elements are oleic acid, palmitic acid, and squalene. These are all emollients, which means they have softening qualities.

Olive oil’s rich polyphenol content may benefit hair when used both topically and internally. It can be helpful for dry scalp by restoring lost ceramides and oils.

"We know that olive oil does have a good anti-inflammatory property to it, which can help calm down some of the inflammation on your scalp," Dr. Obayan explains. So if your hair loss is due to inflammation, olive oil could, theoretically, help to reduce some hair loss. However, this is where your doctor should offer recommendations. If you're experiencing hair loss or scalp inflammation, you could be dealing with a bigger underlying issue, so please see your dermatologist or doctor as well.

Source:

Olive Oil for Hair: Benefits and Side Effects for Hair Growth 2021 (cosmopolitan.com)

How to Use Olive Oil for Hair Care (healthline.com)

Topical Application of Oleuropein Induces Anagen Hair Growth in Telogen Mouse Skin (nih.gov)

Potential Health Benefits of Olive Oil and Plant Polyphenols (nih.gov)

Critical Review on the Significance of Olive Phytochemicals in Plant Physiology and Human Health (nih.gov)

 

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