Month: October 2018

Top 10 best Hair oils

hair oilHair oil One of the best beauty treatments we can treat. Vegetable oils are great for regenerating hair, moisturizing and smoothing them, preventing them from falling out and protecting them from damage. Finding an oil that uniquely serves hair is often based on a method of trial and error. You can not skip this road, but looking good, you quickly find your favorite. To help you with this, I prepared a compilation of 10 best and most popular hair oils. Perhaps it is your oil ideal.

Sweet Almond Oil

Harvesting: Sweet almond oil is formed by the process of almonding seeds. It has a pale yellow color, a delicate sweet taste and an almost undetectable odor.

Key ingredients: Sweet almond oil is a source of very much loved hair by vitamins A, E, D and B vitamins. Contains large amounts of fatty acids: 20-30% linoleic acid and 60-70% oleic acid. It also supplies many valuable minerals and proteins to the hair.

Effects on Hair: regenerates, moisturizes and nourishes hair. It reduces the brittleness and brittleness of hair, protects it from external influences (sun, wind, moisture, chlorine at the pool, hot air dryers and straightener). It adds shine to the hair, improves their elasticity, nourishes the bulbs. Strengthens hair and accelerates growth. Ideal both for oil-filled hair as well as for securing the ends themselves.

For whom: perfect for the care of all types of hair. However, it works best on medium and Wysokoporowatych.

Coconut oil

For whom: it works best on hair and, which is closer to hair. It is also eagerly used to oiling naturally curly hair because it emphasizes their twist. It can, however, cause them to frizz.


Harvesting: linseed oil is cold pressed from ripe flax seed. It has a slightly yellow color, distinctive aroma and a slightly nutty flavor. Store it in a refrigerator and protect it from direct sunlight.

Key ingredients: It is one of the few oils in which omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids are found in perfect proportions. Linseed oil In addition to these fatty acids, also contains monounsaturated acids, a large dose of vitamin E, protein, potassium and zinc highly porous.

Oil and Argan Nuts

Sourcing: Argan oil is obtained by the cold pressing process of nuts of the Argan tree. It has a pale yellow colour and a distinctive peanut-fruity fragrance that can often be undetectable.

Key ingredients: There are many valuable ingredients in argan oil. These are primarily single and polyunsaturated fatty acids, vitamin E, carotenoids, polyphenols and phytosterols.

Effects on Hair: Rebuilds the structure of damaged hair, smooths it and strengthens it, protects the hair ends from rozdwajanieming. regenerates hair damaged with hairstyling and hot styling. It moisturizes hair Well, adds sparkle, improves their elasticity and elasticity. Protects the hair from external influences and UV rays. Moisturizes dry, itchy scalp, helps cure dandruff.

For whom: It works well for all types of hair.

Wheat germ Oil

Harvesting: The cold pressing of germs of wheat.

Effects on Hair: moisturizes, regenerates hair throughout their structure and perfectly smooths. It also replenishes protein shortages, protects hair from excessive water loss and UV rays. It does not strain hair and does not cause them to frizz.

For whom: Ideal for medium and wysokoporowatych hair oil.

Nigella Oil

Harvesting: It is obtained from nigella seed embossing. It has a slightly bitter, intense spicy smell and a colour passing from honey to dark brown.

Key Ingredients: It consists mainly of saturated fatty acids, linoleic acid, oleic acid, vitamin E, vitamin A, sterols, biotin and valuable micronutrients.

Effects on hair: nigella oil restores softness, elasticity and sparkle to damaged, dried, dull and brittle hair. It strengthens and deeply nourishes, moisturizes and regenerates. Inhibits excessive hair loss, stimulates hair to grow, protects them from the action of aggressive external influences. Used on the scalp eliminates dandruff and relieves itching.

For whom: Ideal for wysokoporowatych hair care.

Plum seed Oil

Harvesting: Plum seed oil is obtained by the process of stamping the seeds of a home plum. It has a beautiful marzipan fragrance.

Key ingredients: In the composition of the plum seed oil there is a high content of fatty acids – 68% oleic and 23% linoleic, vitamin E, B vitamins, provitamin A, or beta-carotene.

Effects on hair: quickly absorbed, therefore it is ideal as a oil for securing hair tips. It gives the hair a shine and smoothes it perfectly. It does not strain hair, protects them from external influences, moisturizes and nourishes.

For whom: It is recommended for dry, damaged and rozdwajającymi hair. Perfect for Wysokoporowatych hair.

Olive oil

Harvesting: olive oil is obtained from the juice extracted from the fruit of the olive tree.

Key ingredients: Olive oil contains approx. 72% of oleic acid and vitamins A, E, D and K.

Effects on hair: perfectly moisturizes and protects hair from moisture loss. It treats and regenerates dried hair, nourishes and shines optimally. Applied to the scalp, it exhibits anti-inflammatory effects, relieves irritation and eliminates dandruff.

For whom: Ideal for średnioporowatych hair oil.

Jojoba Oil

Jojoba OilSourcing: jojoba oil is a liquid wax of plant origin, extracted from the seeds of the jojoba shrub.

Key ingredients: Contains unsaturated fatty acids, natural vitamin E and F, Phytosterols and Squalene.

Effects on hair: penetrates deep into the structure of the hair, moisturizes and softens them. Makes hair incredibly soft, supple and flexible. It prevents splittinging of the tips, relieves inflammation of the scalp, facilitates blood flow in the subcutaneous tissue. It regulates sebum secretion, has anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial effects – moisturizes the scalp and prevents the formation of dandruff. Prevents hair loss and accelerates growth. It does not cause frizzing of the hair, but it is not an overload – the hair after application is reflected at the base and fluffy, but not spuszone.

For whom: I recommend, first of all, średnioporowatych hair care, but jojoba oil also works well on Wysokoporowatych hair.

Buckthorn Oil

Harvesting: Rokitnikowy oil is obtained by the pressing process of ripe buckthorn fruit.

Key ingredients: Buckthorn oil is a real vitamin bomb and Treasury valuable nutrients. Contains Omega-3 and omega-6, oleic and linoleic acid, provitamin A, vitamin E, very high dose of vitamin C, as well as group B vitamins, vitamin K and D.

Effects on Hair: buckthorn oil regenerates damaged hair structure, improves overall condition and gives them an incredible shine. It improves the elasticity of hair, emphasizes twist and makes them easy to lay. It treats inflammation on the scalp, has anti-dandruff action, strengthens the bulbs and accelerates hair growth.

For whom: It is an ideal oil for damaged and dry hair. Perfect for Wysokoporowatych hair care.


There is no single, universal hair oil that works for all of us. All vegetable oils (not just those I have discussed) have their qualities and nutritional values, which our hair will either like or not. Therefore, when searching for suitable hair oil start by determining what your hair needs. Regeneration? Hydration? Resilience and brilliance? Or maybe you are healthy and just want to emphasize the oil of their beauty and protect them from damage? By determining the needs of your hair, you will know what oil you are looking for and who has everything you need to deliver your hair.

Do you have your favorite hair oil? Which oil does your hair have checked for and who hasn’t brought the desired results?

New Euro MP with a full-bodied position

Wine fan Tom is backing British

As a lover of the grape who runs two wine-tasting groups, you might expect Tom Wise to be a fan of all things European – particularly those you can drink.

But the 56-year-old, who made his first trip to Brussels as a newly-elected MEP for the East on Wednesday, said his favourite vintage is Ridge from the Santa Cruz mountains of California rather than a famous French chateau.

Mr Wise, who is now one of two UK Independence Party members among the seven MEPs for the region, said: “There was a piece in the Daily Mail about our choosing to celebrate our victory with English wine from a vineyard near Chelmsford but I do know where Champagne is and I have been there.

“Personally I find champagne acidic, and the wine from near Chelmsford less so.

“If I were having a bottle of wine to go with a meal, I would go for Ridge.”

UKIP pushed Labour into second place in the Euro election for the East by capturing nearly 20 per cent of the vote behind the Conservatives, who won 30.8 per cent and three seats. Mr Wise, from Linslade, South Beds, joins sitting UKIP MEP Jeffrey Titford in the EU Parliament.

A former Bournemouth police officer and MD of the UK arm of a German herb and spice company, Mr Wise turned his back on his Liberal past around 14 years ago. He stayed out of politics until 1997 when he joined the embryonic UKIP.

The father-of-two said: “I had disagreements with the Liberals. Europe at that time wasn’t a major issue – it was going on in the background – but I was disagreeing with lots of things.

“The majority of people had voted ‘yes’ to joining in 1975 because they thought it would be good for trade but now it’s about a European federalist state.”

Mr Wise said he had not been surprised by the surge in popularity for UKIP which has propelled it from the political fringes to the forefront, and him from working in the party’s regional office to a seat in the EU assembly.

He said: “There’s a mood in the country that’s not trusting party politicians and there was an element of protest in the vote.

“After five years as an MEP I would like Great Britain to have left the EU, and if not I would hope there would be more public awareness of what’s going on.”

24 June 2004
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Tom Wise has run Jeffrey Titford’s constituency office in Chelmsford since 2001. He was formerly the UK Managing Director of Germany’s biggest herb & spice company, the culmination of a long and successful career in the food processing and distribution industry. During that time he was responsible for many product launches, including imported speciality foods, many of which are still available today.

Tom was number four on UKIP’s candidate list in the European Elections in 1999 and stood for the Party at the 1997 and 2001 General Elections.

Tom is 56, married with two grown-up children and lives in Linslade, Bedfordshire.

This Site will be updated with the work Tom Wise carries out in the European Parliament