3 essential oils to boost hair growth and have a long & luscious mane

scalp nourishment has to be an incredibly necessary part of your hair care scheme. 2 min


The first thing we need to get out of the way here is to realize is that it is the scalp that needs attention. Whatever you need to do for stimulating hair growth should be done for the scalp. That means the scalp nourishment has to be an incredibly necessary part of your hair care scheme. Also, none of these changes happen overnight, so the key here is patience and consistency.

Having said that, you must first understand the factors which cause hair loss or hair thinning. Although age might be a major factor, there might be many other triggers. A drastic alteration in hormonal or lifestyle, or even a slight change in diet may be a significant cause of hair loss and thinning. Some medicines may also cause hair loss. In case you have changed medication or had a major lifestyle change, you need to get in touch with your doctor or nutritionist to figure it out.

Here are the 3 oils that can boost your hair growth stimulation over time. 

Rosemary essential oil

Rosemary oil is a complete solution to many of your hair problems including hair loss. It acts to remove dirt, dandruff and even lice, and it strengthens the scalp more importantly. Research have proposed that Rosemary may be a natural alternative to minoxidil, the drug used to treat baldness in male trends.

Lavender essential oil

Another oil used mainly for hair growth but it is also a versatile oil that can also be used on the skin. It improves the health of the scalp with its soothing and regenerative properties, and can help with scalp irritation. It is not at all toxic to use, because of its mild nature.

Peppermint essential oil

Over time peppermint oil has been more widely used for digestive and respiratory problems. But it can also be used as an effective remedy for fighting hair fall and stimulating hair growth due to its stimulant properties. Remember, because of their potency, you can not apply the essential oils directly to your scalp or skin. So mixing it with carrier oils is the best way to get the most of those oils. Ideally, you could use the Jojoba oil or Argan oil to apply the essential oils to your scalp. Also these two oils have moisturizing and stimulating properties which will help you get the best out of your essential oils. It also contains vitamins and minerals which feed your scalp and existing hair.

Again, these oils take time to show a transition so you have to be patient and consistent.

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