Natural Hair Growth Oils

Natural Hair Growth Oils

Natural Blend of Hair Growth Oils…

Over the years one of my goals regarding my hair has been growing it longer. Growing long hair easily is just not part of my genetic make up.

My hair is dry, brittle and damages easily. This meant frequent trims and hair breakage. My hair is now the longest it has ever been and I would love to see how far these strands can grow.

It’s a tough challenge since my growth rate averages around 1/4 to 1/2 inch per month. My natural hair texture is kinky and I straighten my hair with a relaxer every three months. These factors have kept my hair consistently at shoulder length for most of my life.

It was not until I started taking better care of my hair and body that I have been able to reach longer lengths. And since incorporating natural growth oils, I always get amazing results… when I actually take the time to put this into practice.

My DIY oil blend is composed of the following eight essential and carrier oils that works well for all hair types.

This natural oil blend is a healing balm for my hair and scalp. The components in this blend helps to heal dandruff, dry scalp, prevent hair loss and stimulate hair growth.

Since these oils are anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, and full of nutrients, they assist in creating a healthy environment for our hair to grow. If hair growth is not a top priority, these hair growth oils will still promote healthy hair at any length.

Carrier Oils

(Carrier oils are oils used to help dilute concentrated essential oils and they have excellent benefits all on their own.)

~ 1 ounce Coconut Oil {full of nutrients, contains anti-viral and anti-bacterial properties, combats dandruff}

~ 1 once Almond Oil {high vitamin E content and seals in moisture}

~ 1 once Jamaican Black Castor Oil or Regular Castor Oil {promotes rapid hair growth}

~ 1 ounce Hemp Seed Oil {contains essential fatty acids and strengthens hair}

Essential Oils

(An essential oil is more of a liquid that has been distilled from various plants. Essential oils are highly concentrated.)

~ 8 to 9 drops Rosemary Oil {stimulates hair follicles}

~ 3 to 4 drops Cedarwood Oil {has anti-fungal properties and stimulates the scalp}

~ 8 to 9 drops Lavender Oil {promotes regrowth}

~ 3 to 4 drops Tea Tree Oil {soothes the scalp, prevents dandruff, and can prevent hair loss}

Application

To start, I pour the above measurements of each oil into a color application bottle. Most bottles have lines of measurement on the side.

I lightly apply my hair growth oils directly to my scalp three nights a week before bed. With my fingertips I gently massage the oil into my scalp to stimulate blood flow.

On shampoo days I saturate my scalp with the oil and apply coconut oil to the rest of my hair. This acts as a pre-conditioning treatment or what many call a pre-poo. I do this once or twice a week.

I place a plastic cap over my hair and let it sit for at least an hour before cleansing. You may feel a cool tingling as you massage the oil into your scalp.

Sometimes I let the oils treat my hair and scalp overnight and shampoo in the morning. Talk about amazing strength and softness!

Keep in mind that you can always adjust the quantities of the carrier and essentials oils to fit your preference. Because we are not dealing with chemical or synthetic base products, it’s hard to go wrong.

Results

Since childhood I have suffered with dry and itchy scalp but by consistently adding oils into my hair routine, it is no longer an issue. This means I can use shampoos and conditioners that I really like and toss the medicated kind!

Using oils as treatments for your hair and scalp is beneficial for every one of all races and hair types.

Results of hair growth will vary depending on the person. Genetics, diet, and overall hair care are also factors. There have been months where I’ve seen my hair growth accelerate from 1/4″ to 1″ within a two-week period.

There are plenty of hair growth aids on the market, but this is 100% natural, and four ounces of this blend will go a long way. Remember, on non shampoo days apply oil to your scalp lightly.

If mixing all these oils is team-too-much, you can always achieve good results with just one or two. If you opt for one, try the coconut oil. 😉

 

How do you feel about using natural oils in your hair regimen?

 

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8 thoughts on “Natural Hair Growth Oils

  1. Hair falls due to genetic rnasoes, stress, pollution, thyroid imbalance, chemicals in hair styling products and lack of proper nutrition. Home remedies are cheap , natural and without any side effects. Some of the home remedies for treating hair fall are: 1.Apply the white of a raw egg on the hair for 30 minutes, and then wash it off with a shampoo. A mixture of lemon juice and egg white could also be used to strengthen the roots of hair. 2. Massage the head with oil for 15-20 minutes and then rinse with a shampoo. A hot oil massage with olive oil will also help.3.Apply a mixture of lemon juice and juice of amla to the scalp. This also helps control dandruff in the hair 4. Boil neem leaves in water for an hour and let it cool. Wash the hair with this water. Alternately neem oil can be mixed with coconut oil and massaged where there is hair fall5. The juice of fresh coriander can be massaged onto the scalp will reduce hair loss. 6. Ensure that you eat nutritious food, with plenty of leafy vegetables. Have a soya milk drink and multivitamin tablets if you do not have time to have a healthy breakfast.7. Apply conditioner only to your hair not to the scalp or hair roots. The conditioner could damage your hair. Henna (mehandi) will help control hair loss. 8.Try to reduce the stress and tension in your life, learn to relax. Stress causes hair loss.

  2. WOW! I never thought about doing this with these oils. I bet it really helps the scalp and hair and it better because there is no harsh chemicals.

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