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The Potent Powers of Cranberry Seed Oil and Hair Growth


3 min read

Apr 3, 2021



Using Cranberry Seed Oil on Hair and Scalp

Cranberry seed oil is a golden or gold-green oil that is light with an easily absorbed texture. It is nutrient-rich and contains significant amounts of antioxidants, fatty acids, vitamins, and minerals. The balance of omega fatty acids, including essential fatty acids in cranberry seed oil, is not available in other oils which is but one reason for its potency.  Let’s take a closer look at what makes cranberry seed oil so special.

Cranberry seed oil is suitable for all hair types, but is particularly beneficial to damaged hair, providing conditioning benefits. Cranberry seed oil’s antioxidant profile makes it beneficial because they prevent and heal free radical damage at a cellular level. It helps with the repair of the scalp protecting the delicate skin, improving moisture levels and elasticity which means no itching and irritation due to dryness. Cranberry seed oil’s unique essential fatty acid composition is particularly beneficial to dry skin (scalp). It has been shown to help conditions such as eczema because of its exceptional, lightweight, and non-greasy moisturizing properties.

Nutrients in Cranberry Seed Oil

Like many other oils, cranberry seed oil has a number of different types of nutrients. The following nutrients can be found in cranberry seed oil.

AntioxidantsAntioxidants fight free radicals and repair cellular damage caused by pollutants. They enhance scalp circulation and help promote healthy hair growth.

Fatty acids Cranberry seed oil has powerful Omega-3 fatty acids that help fight inflammation, which is great for scalp ailments. Fatty acids such as those in cranberry seed oil nourish the hair follicles for stronger, shinier strands.

Vitamins  Cranberry seed oil contains Vitamin E which helps with scalp health as well as the strength and shine of hair. Vitamin C, which among other things, fights bacteria to help prevent dandruff and buildup is also present in cranberry seed oil. Vitamin C helps antiviral properties help to combat some potential causes of a dry and itchy scalp. Vitamins C also improves blood circulation so that our follicles can produce healthier, stronger strands.

In addition to the nutrients above, cranberry seed oil is also rich in many of them minerals that are beneficial for healthy hair and scalp.

Benefits of Cranberry Seed Oil

The secret behind the extreme potency of the cranberry seed oil lies in its massive amount of nutrients, vitamins, and fatty acids and you only need to use a small amount of the oil to receive the benefits. For example, 3 to 4 drops of cranberry seed oil added to your favorite shampoo or conditioner will significantly boost hair’s brilliance and luster. It is also easily spread throughout the hair and scalp so a little goes a long way. Consistent use of cranberry seed oil can yield the following benefits.

  1. Prevents hair thinning and hair loss

  2. Stimulates growth 

  3. Anti-inflammatory properties that combat itching, dryness, and other scalp problems that can impede hair growth

  4. Combats dandruff solution and prevents flakes

  5. Antibacterial properties that keep harmful microorganisms in check

  6. Nourishes and heals the scalp

  7. Keeps your hair soft and manageable

Cranberry seed oil is great for use on freshly washed hair to seal in the moisture from your wash. Apply to hair while it is still damp before style your hair as usual. This will help to minimize frizz and make hair a lot more manageable. If you are interested in cranberry seed oil for its potential hair growth benefits then frequent scalp massages should help you achieve your goals. Simply apply to the scalp and massage for several minutes. You should do these massages at least 3 times each week.

Cranberry seed oil is a potent oil that contains an abundance of nutrients that are beneficial to the health of your hair and scalp. It boosts hair growth because it is able to heal the scalp and make it healthy and in so doing, remove the impediments to growth.



3 min read

Apr 3, 2021




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