Helpful Guide on How to Use Almond Milk for Hair

Having a full head of healthy hair is something to be proud of and the lack of it bothers many people. Therefore, it is safe to assume that the average person would be adversely affected by thinning hair or the loss of it.

Now, many products claim to help restore lost hair and prevent it from thinning but the thing is, most of them never deliver what they promise.

Almond milk is a natural solution that can help improve the thickness of your hair as well as prevent it from falling out.

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Let us look at the process of making almond milk.

What You Need

  • 1-cup almond seeds
  • 1-cup water
  • A bowl
  • Strainer
  • A blender
  • Container/bottle

Step 1

Put your almond seeds in a bowl and add water. Let this soak overnight for purposes of softening the seeds.

Step 2

Drain the water out using your strainer and put the almond seeds in the blender. You then want to pour a cup of cold water to make blending easier.

Step 3

Turn the blender on for about three minutes or until it grinds the almonds to a smooth pulp. Pour the pulp onto a clean piece of cloth or strainer and squeeze it to extract your almond milk.

Step 4

At this point, your almond milk is ready so you want to store it in a bottle or container. The milk will be good to use for about a week or so.


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How to Apply Almond Oil on Hair

For the easier application of the milk, section your hair into several parts. Start applying the milk from the roots of your hair as you work your way towards the tips. Ensure that you apply evenly.

After this, go back and massage the scalp for about 10 minutes to ensure that the milk is fully absorbed. This will also improve blood circulation in your scalp and trigger your brain to release hair growth hormones.

Once you are done applying, put on a shower cap, and let it stay on for about 30 minutes. Wash your hair with a mild shampoo and warm water afterward.

For the best results, you want to repeat this procedure once every week.

Benefits of Almond Milk for Hair

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Here are the remarkable benefits that almond milk has for hair.

  • Combats Premature Greying

Sure, graying hair signifies aging gracefully but you do not want it to happen in your 20’s or 30’s. Almond milk can help prevent the premature greying of hair.

Almonds contain an antioxidant known as catalase that helps prevent your hair from losing pigment prematurely.

  • Improve Hair Volume

Almond milk is rich in omega 6 and 3 fatty acids as well as vitamin E. These work to improve the general health of your hair.

Vitamin E inhibits the free radicals present in the environment from damaging your hair as well as nourishes and opens up your follicles to encourage hair growth.

Magnesium is also found in almond milk and it helps increase the thickness of your hair.

  • Combats Hair Breakage

There is a good amount of biotin in almond milk. What this ingredient does is to prevent your hair from becoming brittle or breaking. Ultimately, this improves your hair’s texture as well.

  • Prevents Hair Loss

Almonds are known to replenish the protein content in your hair. How so? Hair comprises dead cells and growth occurs in the hair follicles.

Therefore, older cells are pushed up when new cells are generated. Almond milk contributes to the generation of protein so that healthy hair can grow out of your scalp.

  • Helps Reduce Dandruff

A dehydrated scalp causes dandruff. Almond milk works to hydrate the scalp and seal in the moisture so that no flaking occurs.


We can all agree that making almond milk is easy and you can choose to either drink it or apply it on your hair to enjoy all the benefits it comes with,

Another thing is that this milk is a natural solution that does not contain any artificial additives or preservatives that could harm you. Nonetheless, you want to do a skin patch test to ensure that you are not allergic to it.

Therefore, if you are looking for a natural option when it comes to improving the health of your hair, you should definitely consider almond milk.

James Kerry

Hi, my name is James Kerry. My friends call me Hairy Jimbo. I'm a research assistant with an interest in hair-related topics. Facebook

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