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Hair Growth Herbal Oil
Hair Growth Herbal Oil
Vetiver Root, Senna Flowers, Vilumichai Root, Licorice Root, Nigella seed, dried Amla, Rose Petals, Alkanet, White Turmeric, Spanish Cherry Flower, Babchi seeds, Senna leaves, Henna seeds, Sweet flag, Myrobalan, Screw Tree pods, Fenugreek seeds, Curry leaves
How to Use:
Apply to dry hair. Heat your oils for a few seconds till they are warm. Using warm oil will allow for deeper penetration through your hair cuticles and seal them to keep your scalp moisturized (8 to 10 drops should be plenty). Gently massage the oil into your scalp for a few minutes using circular motions. Work your way across the entire scalp for 10-15 minutes. After you are done with the scalp, gently work your way to the ends of your hair (do not comb through). Tie your hair into a bun and wrap a warm cloth around your forehead. (I use a t-shirt right out the dryer) This causes your pores and cuticles to open up, allowing for deeper penetration of the oils into your scalp and hair follicles. After applying your oil, you can leave it on overnight and wash it off thoroughly with shampoo the next day. Try using normal or cold water to rinse your hair.
Oiling your hair one or two times a week is recommended.
Mistakes To Avoid While Oiling Your Hair
- Don’t Comb Your Hair Right After Oiling It - Your hair is vulnerable to breakage at this point as your scalp is relaxed. Oil can weigh your hair down and combing your hair right after oiling it will only cause it to break.
- Don’t Wash Too Soon - Getting rid of all the excess oil is important, but not too soon! Allow the oil to sit on your scalp for at least one hour. This lets the oil penetrate through the follicles and nourish your scalp.
- Don’t Overuse The Oil - Applying too much oil to your hair means you’d have to use extra shampoo to wash it off. This will strip away your hair’s natural oils along with the excess oil you’re attempting to get off.
- Don’t Tie Your Hair Up - Tying your hair up can make your hair prone to breakage. Your hair is in a vulnerable state and is already weighed down by the oil. Tying up your hair will only result in breakage.
- Don’t Wrap With A Towel - Towels are rough and can break your hair when it is soaked in oil. Use a warm plain cotton cloth or shirt instead.
- Don’t Massage Too Vigorously - Massaging your scalp too fast or vigorously can break your hair. Massaging your scalp gently in circular motions is the right way to go about it.
- Don’t Overuse Your Shampoo - Washing off all the excess oil is important. A lot of us tend to overuse our shampoo in an attempt to get rid of the excess oil. Using too much shampoo on your hair can remove its natural oils and cause more harm than good.
Jojoba Oil is rich in vitamins and minerals that nourish hair, including vitamin C, B vitamins, vitamin E, copper, and zinc. Because it strengthens hair, it is also thought that jojoba oil can help prevent hair loss and promote hair thickness.
Vetiver's anti-microbial properties help to improve blood circulation in the hair follicles, prevents various hair infections and also takes part in collagen formation. It is extremely useful for rejuvenating dull, lifeless hair. Regular use helps to improves hair texture, adds shine and stimulates hair growth
White Turmeric’s anti-inflammatory powers are a major boon to thinning hair, as it may stimulate growth. When used in hair, turmeric’s anti-inflammatory and antibacterial benefits can help with dandruff, Treating the hair with turmeric can keep the scalp healthy, which is a key component in healthy hair and new hair growth.
Fenugreek seeds are a rich source of iron and protein — two essential nutrients for hair growth. They also contain a unique composition of plant compounds, including flavonoids and saponins. These compounds are presumed to induce hair growth due to their anti-inflammatory and antifungal effects.
Screw Tree pods are a fruit that helps prevent hair from greying and may give sustainable protection against follicle decay.