Essential Oils

Top 5 Essential Oils for Hair Growth

“Our hair is a statement of style, an affirmation of beauty, an expression of self-love.- Ademola Mandella”

Beautiful and healthy hair, undoubtedly a dream of every woman. You have to accept that, no matter your hairs are short or long, shiny healthy hairs add more confidence to your personality. It is tough to keep hair healthy nowadays. You might have tried so many things to achieve this goal. 

Here I am sharing some of the best essential oils for hair growth that you can try once to get healthy hairs. 

Essential oils are extracted from plants using some methods like evaporation. These oils contain strong chemicals that help to improve overall hair quality. 

The best thing is essential oils do not cost your pocket so high. Many hair specialists recommend adding essential oils to your daily hair care routine.  

Nowadays there are so many types of essential oils available in the market. So, if you are confused that which essential oil you should use? You are at the right place. I am sharing 5 best essential oils for hair growth with their effects. 

Lavender essential oil

This essential oil does not only help your hair growth but also very good for scalp health. The lavender essential oil contains antimicrobial and antibacterial properties. It keeps your scalp bacteria-free(that could prevent hair growth).

Add a few drops of lavender oil to any career oil such as coconut oil or olive oil. Apply it directly to your scalp and leave for 10 minutes. Wash your hair gently using any good shampoo and conditioner. You can do this 2-3 times per week to get visible results. 

Rosemary essential oil

“Sara Panton” well known as essential oil guru and founder of Vitruvi says that “Rosemary essential oil is the essential oil that comes to mind when thinking about ways to improve hair growth and strength”. 

If you want to improve your hair growth as well as thickness, this oil can be the best choice for you. One study has shown that rosemary oil results are as similar as the common hair treatment minoxidil.  

For applying it add several drops to any career oil you like. You can use this twice a week for getting good results. 

Tea tree essential oil

Tea tree essential oil is well known for its cleaning, antibacterial properties. This oil is mostly used in anti-dandruff products. Dandruff causes for hair fall that we all know. So applying tea tree oil can help you with your hair fall issues as well. 

There are two methods of using tea tree essential oil. The first if you want to use is daily just add 10 drops to the shampoo and conditioner you use. Second just add 2-3 drops to 2 tablespoons of career oil such as melted coconut oil. Keep it for 10-15 minutes on your scalp then rinse it. This can do wonders for your hair. 

Lemongrass essential oil

Lemongrass essential oil is very effective for dandruff problem. It is very important to have a clean scalp for getting healthy hair. According to a study, this oil performed very well and it undoubtedly reduced dandruff. 

It helps to strengthen your hair follicles. For best results, you can add this to your shampoo and conditioner and apply it while washing your hair. It is very important to massage this oil to your scalp. 

Peppermint essential oil

Peppermint essential oil is perfect for hair thickness. It has a very high concentration of menthol. Menthol works very well to dilate the blood vessels beneath the skin. One study has shown that peppermint essential oil helps to increase the number of hair follicles. 

This oil can cause a mild cold because of its high concentration. But it will definitely help you to get thick and healthy hair. 

Steps are the same of using this essential oil, you just add a few drops to any career oil you choose. Apply it to your scalp at least 15 minutes prior to washing your hair. 

These essential oils are very helpful for hair problems. You can choose any one of them according to your hair goals. Let me know if I could help you with the above-written information by commenting below. 

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