Did you know our hair grows slightly faster in the summer than in the winter? But before you scrap oils and butters from your natural hair care regimen, realize that not all oils are created equal. Some oils are very light and they run like water. Others are so viscous you need to heat them up in order to pour them. If the temperature is hot where you live, be sure to opt for lighter oils. Some of the best options include:
Each of these oils will lock moisture into your hair without suffocating your scalp during the warmer months. As such, they are also less likely to cause product build-up.
What oil do you use on your natural hair during the summer? Let us know in a comment below!
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