Most people desire long and healthy hair because healthy hair enhances your overall looks. There is no problem with that, natural hair is much cheaper than wigs, weaves and extensions which often run into several thousands if you want really good ones. While it’s interesting to sample a wide array of products, it can be time consuming and also not cheap. In this article, We will highlight some of the pure and natural oils that can aid in hair growth and length retention to save you the cost of experimenting and substituting with wigs and more.
Natural Oils That Can Grow Your Hair
Peppermint Oil: Peppermint Oil, when applied to the scalp can increase blood circulation quickly and a healthy flow of blood on the scalp increases hair growth. You can feel it working with the tingly sensation it produces.
How to Use: Add a few drops of the Peppermint Oil into a small bowl and add a few drops of Coconut Oil, mix and massage to your scalp. This can be done before you wash your hair so you can easily rinse it out thoroughly.
Rosemary Oil has natural properties and nutrients that fight alopecia to make your hair thicker and longer. In general, it activates the hair follicles and makes your hair cells very active. This results in growing in thinking edges and reducing hair shedding and breakage.
How to Use: Add a few drops of Rosemary Oil and mix with Olive Oil then massage into your scalp before you wash your hair then rinse out properly. Do this as much as possible to get fast results.To make your own rosemary oil, you can infuse pure rosemary herbs into olive oil over a period of time and you can have enjoy the benefits of both oils in your hair care regimen.
Lemongrass Oil: Lemongrass oil is known to get rid of dandruff. Apart from the embarrassing white flakes and constant itching, dandruff can make it difficult for your hair to breathe, thus stunting hair growth, causing build up on your scalp and constituting an overall nuisance. Lemongrass essential oil apart from its incredible soothing benefits, protects the scalp from dandruff and boosts hair growth.
How to Use: Add a few drops of Lemongrass Oil into your shampoo and conditioner then massage into your scalp then rinse off. Do this as often as possible depending on how often you find dandruff in your hair.
Lavender Oil is known to have a lot of health benefits. The aroma is rich and calming but the benefits do not end there. Lavender Oil increases hair growth rapidly and also makes the hair to shine after penetrating the shafts. Lavender oil is known for its ability to reduce stress which is a major factor that contributes to hair loss and excessive shedding.
How to Use: Mix a few drops of Lavender Oil with Olive Oil or Coconut Oil and massage into your scalp before washing your hair. You can also infuse carrier oils like Jojoba and olive oil with pure Lavender herbs to enjoy combined hair growth benefits.
Cedar Wood Oil:
Cedar wood oil is a unique oil that is extracted from the chips and sawdust of the cedar tree by distillation. The cedarwood raw material used for distillation is derived from discarded cedar trees and stumps. It has a strong woody aroma which makes it suitable for perfumes and men’s personal care products but its benefits are much more than that. Apart from boosting hair growth, it helps to fight hair loss caused by stress, alopecia and other health conditions.
How to Use: Mix with Olive Oil and frequently massage into your scalp before washing your hair.
Castor oil is well known for its hair growth benefits. The pressing of the castor bean Ricinus communis results in Castor Oil, which is a universal light pale-yellowish oil used in many applications. It is a thick oil that helps strengthen the hair and prevent breakage.
How to use: Because of its thick nature, this oil needs to be mixed with a different carrier oil so it can be easily massaged into the scalp.
Black cumin seed oil:
Black cumin seed oil is also known as cumin seed oil. It is an oil that is believed to be the best on the planet based on the numerous benefits it provides. Its incredible hair growth benefits is made possible by the possession of over 50% linoleum acid (omega-6 fatty acid), thymoquinone, thymohydroquinone and thymol. These amazing naturally powerful compounds make it an incredible anti-inflammatory and antibacterial oil. Due to the high concentration of potent antioxidants and anti fungal compounds, it is able to curb hair loss and baldness by strengthening hair follicles and encouraging healthy hair growth.
How to use: Massage the scalp gently with this oil on a frequent basis for best results.
Oslove Organics hair growth/ massage oil:
There are many other oils that have amazingly rich compounds that aid in hair growth. We know it is difficult to try every single oil out there this is why we combined them in an amazing mixture which our customers have tested and love. Our hair growth and hair massage oil contains significant proportions of eleven fantastic carrier oils that aid in hair growth and maintenance. It contains: sweet almond oil, hemp seed oil, castor oil, reship oil, apricot kernel oil, evening primrose oil, argan oil, grapeseed oil, avocado oil, olive oil and jojoba oil. All of these oils are excellent additions to your hair care regimen as they provide extra ordinary nutrients needed by the scalp. they also work together to stop excessive shedding and breakage. Our hair oil contains only virgin organic oils in their purest state. It can also be used in skin care regimens for make up removal and as a facial oil.
These oils are super essential, you can add them into your hair routine for different but awesome results. All of the above oils also help to increase blood flow, helps to cleanse hair follicles and provide natural properties that your hair might be lacking to boost hair growth. To order our hair growth oil, click here
2 thoughts on “How to grow your hair with natural oils”
What is the disadvantage of just massaging these oils and or blends into your scalp and leaving overnight? v. putting in before you wash your hair. I have curly hair so wash my hair very infrequently so if I do the latter strategy I wouldn’t be applying very often. Thank you!
Can’t think of any disadvantage except if your scalp is sensitive to the oils. Otherwise, that is a good idea.