Coconut Oil Hair Serum Brand Comments on the Benefits of Hair Serum for Men

Perfect Hair Focus, the Irwindale, California based coconut oil hair serum company has released new information regarding how men have also started embracing hair serum for daily maintenance as a part of their 2018 campaign on covering rising hair trends in the market.

November 17, 2018 —

Perfect Hair Focus, the Irwindale, California based coconut oil hair serum company has released new information regarding how men have also started embracing hair serum for daily maintenance as a part of their 2018 campaign on covering rising hair trends in the market.

According to Allen Farrar, spokesperson for Perfect Hair Focus, “Hair serums are usually made with essentials oils such as coconut oil, which is a popular fold remedy for hair problems for both women as well as men. Given the rising popularity of coconut oil, as well as growing awareness around the importance of using products with natural ingredients, we have seen a lot more men going for products such as the ones made by our brand, which is a very heartening thing to see.”

Not only do men use hair serums for their hair, but there are also specialized hair serums now available that help men maintain their beards, all of whom could be sporting beards of varying lengths and thickness. Hair serums enriched with natural ingredients like coconut oil, keratin etc can be used to manage rough and frizzy beards. In a study published by the National Institute of Health, coconut oil was found to be the only oil to help prevent protein loss in the case of both damaged as well as undamaged hair when used as a pre-wash and post-wash treatment.

It is extremely efficient at removing and preventing dandruff as it contains medium-chain fatty acid elements including lauric acid, capric acid and others that disrupt fungal, viral and bacterial cell membranes, leading to the death of the organisms that cause hair dandruff. Furthermore, ingredients like argan oil and coconut oil contain antioxidants that help promote healthy hair growth and prevents damage from airborne pollutants.

Perfect Hair Focus has launched a new range of natural hair care products that use the goodness of natural ingredients such as coconut oil, argan oil among others to create products that can protect hair from damage without using any chemicals or additives. These products are made in the United States and have been scientifically developed to provide the best possible care for all kinds of hair including damaged, colored and weak hair suffering from hair loss. Those interested can learn more at their official website – http://perfecthair.club/.

Contact Info:
Name: Allen Farrar
Email: info@perfecthair.club
Phone: 877-737-4247
Organization: Perfect Hair Focus

Release ID: 445403

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