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8 Herbs & Oils that Promote Hair Growth

• Nov 28, 2011


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By Cipriana of Urbanbushbabes.com

For years I used products containing mineral oil to coat my strands. Many manufacturers use mineral oil in a majority of products that contain synthetic ingredients because of its behavior as a preservative. Mineral oil is the result of the distillation of petroleum which acts as a saran wrap against your scalp, slowing down one of the skin’s main job which is to eliminate toxins. On the other hand natural oils are easily absorbed by the skin.

When I used products that consisted mostly of synthetic materials such as Blue Magic I’m not going to lie my hair did grow, but it was not until I switched to all natural products that I began to see the true potential of my growth capability. Before the change in my regimen I experienced a GREAT deal of shedding and dandruff. Now those days are far behind. I’m still fascinated by how are body responds to topical products. Not only is it important to watch what we put into our bodies but what we put on it as well.

My boyfriend’s grandfather is full Cherokee Indian and when we met three years ago he always talked about the importance of what you put on your body, coming from a background of ancestors rich in a holistic lifestyle. But I could not and would not give up my trusty Coconut Blue Magic until just about a year ago. When I finally gave in to the natural “stuff” I was determined that this was just a trial period and I would be back on my good old Blue Magic in no time. Well it’s been a year later and I am still using the natural “stuff”. For years I had been so accustomed to my hair feeling greasy from the mineral oil based products that it took me a while to really understand what my hair felt like with natural oils.

Again I am not here to force you into switching into an all-natural regimen, do what works best for you, but I did come across two interesting articles from ehow.com about the usage of certain natural oils by Native Americans and the distinct benefits the hair reaps from each of these natural oils.

1. Jojoba Oil

Jojoba oil is an extract of the Jojoba plant found in California, Arizona and parts of Mexico. Jojoba oil has been used for hundreds of years by American Indians to moisturize and grow hair. The molecular makeup of jojoba has similar characteristics to the natural oil the glands of the scalp produce. Jojoba oil can be purchased at herb shops and can be applied directly to your hair or you can add a few drops to your favorite conditioner to promote hair growth. Jojoba is hypoallergenic and will not harm your hair or scalp. Aloe vera is another product used by Native American Indians to promote hair growth and is also an excellent moisturizer for your hair.

2. Wheat Germ/Aloe Vera/Coconut Milk

Mix 1/4 cup of wheat germ, 1/4 cup of aloe vera and 1/4 cup of coconut milk and use this product as a natural shampoo. Aloe vera can be purchased at drugstores and herb shops and can also be applied directly to the scalp as it will open pores on the scalp that may have previously been blocked and will allow the hair follicles to grow. The American Indians also used and continue to use several kinds of oils to promote hair growth such as emu oil, rosemary oil, and mustard oil.

3. Peppermint Oil

A few drops of any of these products can be massaged directly into the scalp to stimulate the hair follicles and promote hair growth. Peppermint oil is also a good scalp stimulator but must be diluted before application. Mix 3 drops of peppermint oil with 3 teaspoons of water and massage into the scalp. These oils can be purchased at herb shops and all are hypoallergenic and not harmful to the hair or scalp.

4. Lavender Oil/Lavender Water

Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia or Lavandula officinalis), native to the Mediterranean, is now grown in temperate climates worldwide. For centuries, lavender has been used by herbal practitioners to prevent baldness and to encourage new hair growth. Lavender contains potent anti-bacterial agents that soothe and heal scalp infections. It is useful in treating dandruff and adds volume to the hair shaft. Place a few sprigs of lavender in a glass container and cover with extra-virgin olive oil and cover tightly. Place in a cool, dark spot and allow to age for 3 to 4 weeks. Use the lavender infused oil as a daily scalp massage. Apply and leave on overnight. In the morning, wash hair with a gentle organic shampoo and style as usual.

A daily rinse of lavender water (bring water to a boil, add a few sprigs of lavender, reduce to simmer for 20 minutes, then cool) will impart a delightful fragrance and shine to hair. Apply lavender as a daily rinse after shampooing.

5. Burdock Root Oil

Burdock (Arctium Lappa) root oil, also known as Bur oil is one of the most important herbs used to restore hair. Burdock promotes healthy hair by relieving scalp irritations and improving blood circulation to the hair follicle. Burdock root oil supplies natural phytosterols and important essential fatty acids to hair roots, and has been traditionally used to reduce and reverse hair thinning. It is a key ingredient in many hair restoration treatments.

6. Saw Palmetto

Saw Palmetto (Serenoa repens) has been used for centuries as both a food staple and as a healing medicinal herb. The herb produces a dark red berry which is dried and then pulverized into a fine powder. Saw palmetto is available in several forms including ointments, capsules, tinctures and teas. Recent scientific studies have shown that Saw Palmetto may have beneficial effects for those suffering from benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH); male pattern baldness and other conditions associated with excess DHT (male hormone) production.

7. Stinging Nettle

Stinging Nettle (Urtica Diocia), found growing naturalized across America, blocks the conversion of testosterone into DHT. Excessive DHT contributes to hair loss in both men and women. Stinging nettle can be purchased in either pill or capsule form and is said to be more effective when used in combination with saw palmetto. Nettle can be harvested in the wild (use gloves as the leaves are covered with tiny hairs that cause a stinging sensation upon contact with human skin). The fresh leaves can be submersed in olive oil in a glass jar. Seal and place in a cool, dark spot for 2 to 3 weeks. Apply the oil in an invigorating scalp massage. Stinging nettle essential oil is frequently an ingredient in organic shampoos and conditioners.

8. Rosemary

Used for centuries in cultures worldwide to promote hair growth and delay the onset of gray hair, Rosemary oil stimulates blood circulation of the scalp. A refreshing daily rinse of rosemary leaves simmered in water retains hair color. The rinse is most effective on dark hair. A few drops of rosemary oil can be added to olive oil and used as a scalp massage oil.

So interesting! Ladies, have you tried any of these? How do they work on your hair?

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Gugu
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I can honestly recommend Rosemary and Castor Oil. I’m not sure if it’s in the list. With hair growth, castor oil is surely the best for me since I lost a lot of hair plaiting it and it was always dry. It’s true about the “A refreshing daily rinse of rosemary leaves simmered in water retains hair color. The rinse is most effective on dark hair”. All I did was buy some olive oil and dried up some rosemary in for a month then I use that on my hair. Then since my garden has a rosemary bush I do… Read more »
Ramesh Kadyan
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Very useful article…
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Paulay
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Please I want a good hair growth product that I can find one in Ghana to buy

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Adam
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Lot of people have had great success with Emu oil, i strongly suggest your people try that out!

Samantha
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Pardon me, but who are “your people?”

Tonya
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I highly doubt Adam was trying to sound racist, he was trying to help. There was no need to make that comment “who are “your people?”” which would have caused a problem if he was to reply back “black people”. He was just stating that emu oil works great with black people hair. Even if he used the phrase “black people”, you all will go ballistic. He is just a random white guy just like I’m a random black girl who try to help people with oils that could grow our hair. P.s. This page DOES NOT only target black… Read more »
Michael
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LOL Adam nice one,

Walter II Boykin
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I wore my hair to my shoulders for years, permed it, it freaked out cut it down to bald. Wore it that way for 13 years missing my hair and miserable the whole time. A friend noticed my hair attempting to grow back and stated why dont you grow it out. At this time caregiving for sickly parent and taking care of other parent. Hair was constantly breaking off, a bald spot, now coupled with anxiety is hard on the scalp, hair, and health in general. Thank everyone who contributed to ingredient research and who posted their triumphant stories to… Read more »
U~Niq
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Adam, who are “your people?”

yeukai
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Two great products which do not make it on the list of hair products often are Baobab oil and Mafura butter. Both these products are indegeous to southern Africa and have been used by the women for hundreds of years. Baobab oil is a great hair care product it is nutrient packed and contains essential fatty acids which are key to hair moisturizing and replenishment. Baobab oil has been proven to be more effective than a good number of lipids on the market, including oilve oil and almond oil. Mafura butter is much less known here but it is an… Read more »
lindiwe
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Do u knw if these products r available in south africa? I’d like to try them

yeukai
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They should be easy to find in South Africa, Southern Africa is one of the main producers of Baobab and Marula oil, as well as Mafura as the trees grow in abundance in that area.

Shakiraah
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Hi Lindiwe,

You can contact Nautica Organic Trading, for a product and price list.
Cell: 083 357 4922

Michelle
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I’m a hairstylist with a passion to learn more about natural hair restoration after my own hair loss struggles (I’ve since gotten my hair to return). Just over a month ago I started working with my husband who suffers from low thyroid. He began losing his hair over 10 years ago and it increased dramatically over the last 5. Using natural oils and treatments his hair is returning.

Mateland
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I had thyroid cancer and treatment. My sister, who is a biologist and organic chemist created all natural and chemical free hair products for me using only organic coconut oil and various essential oils and my hair is thicker and healthier than ever.

jenny
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Hi Mateland, I was hoping you could help me? I to had a similar issue as you, I have been praying for a solution. I use an organic condioner for a year but has done nothing to get my hair back.Can you please send me the recipe you sister made for you. I pray my hair gets better. Thank you

jules
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Hi
I’ve been suffering with hairloss for almost 10 years now. I’m 28 yrs old, and it all started at uni. I started to use minoxidil and small baby hairs started growing but when I stopped using it my hair started falling out again a few months later.
My blood tests are ok- such as thyroid, but I’m low on ferritin levels. But I don’t think that’s the only cause.
Anyway it’s nice to hear you and your husband have had some success and I would be grateful if you would be able to share with me how you both managed this. Thanks!

Genevieve
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Do this product work on all types of hair!

Lola~Skyy
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WIth the warm weather approaching I am wondering how to modify the use of my products for the spring & summer. I am ten weeks post BC. I use jojoba, grape seed, avocado, sweet almond and castor oils. Which of would you suggest I use as a lighter option for the LOC method?

jojo
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Lola~sky, the best ‘light oil’ to use is grapeseed. Not only is it light, it combats frizz like crazy! I love coconut oil as well. It’s very penetrating and it also moisturizes. It can get a little heavy if used a lot. I would suggest using it on the scalp.

Marley
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This article literally changed my life. My hair can’t thank you enough.

Samrat Govekar
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Thanks so much for this information. I had hair loss since few years as its in family. But yes i used peppermint oil, rosemary oil, and lavender oil and i do see after a month hair growth on the balding area on my forehead. Its now been more than 2 months. Wanted suggestion as i did see scanty hair growth in the small area, its growing which is good, wanted to know how can i make it dense like the other part of my head. I was thinking of castor oil with the above mixture. please suggest would that be… Read more »
CamK
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Was this mixture done in equal parts?? I am trying to get the most effective oils to do a mixture for my hair & am not sure how to proceed. my hairline is thinning/shedding also the middle of my hair. please help.
I live in Jamaica where it’s sometimes humid.

Samrat Govekar
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I used 10 ml each peppermint oil, rosemary oil, and lavender oil in about 50 ml coconut oil.
castor oil can also be used as a base oil as it helps in thickening of hair.

I had to stop these oils as it was interfering with my sinusitis 🙁

val
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I’ve already made and used this scalp treatment but I’d like to know specifically if the Aloe is juice or oil, if the wheat germ is the germ or the oil, and, well, the coconut milk I get. I used wheat herm oil, aloe Vera juice, and of course, coconut milk. Woo, it stank! Perhaps because the wheat herm oil in my fridge was about 3 years old (or more). I know, bad form but it seemed to work. I had a few bald spots which are filling in. I’m making a new, FRESH batch with all new ingredients but… Read more »
Molly
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So excited to try some of these! This website sent me on a fun reading adventure. I wash with the diluted baking soda at roots and condition with diluted apple cider vinegar. However I’ve been wanting to use a light oil for a while. I wonder if at my roots would be best if growth is my main objective?? Thanks for putting all this together!

nae nae
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HI I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IF I CAN MIX ALL THE OILS TOGHTER .… FOR BETTER AND HEALTHY HAIR GROWTH .… PLEASE REPLY

Valerie Gibbs
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I to would like to know can all oils be combined.

neicy
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All these oils can be mixed, and some should if being used on your scalp because applying with out a base could cause burns or irritation. A good base is organic cold pressed coconut oil. I rinse my hair with rosemary tea but I buy a pack of dried rosemary from the seasoning section of the grocery store, put some in a container fill with boiling water cover and let steep overnight, strain and rinse but I won’t use if it has been steeping more than 2 days.

Mateland
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My Sisters’ Natural uses organic cold pressed coconut oil as the base for most of their hair products. Check out the products at http://www.mysistersnatural.com.

Amatullah
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I lost a lot of my hair due to illness last summer; its been coming back slowly due to my stylist’s TLC and peppermint shampoo and tea tree oil. Now I would love to try some of these remedies but I have a highly sensitive scalp- allergic to almond oil and aloe vera (of all things!). Does any have any suggestions for me? Thanks in advance!

Adam
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Yes nice one Adam! Saying you’re type of people doesn’t mean a racist comment. My mothers white my fathers black and I’m yellow white skin with I’ve tones but I have curly white hair where as my dad is like Afro hair and I always say to him that his type of people can use anything when as my type have fragile hair, I does t mean to come across racist but those who do have a personality get really offended by those comments! If I were to make a comment like this type of cream isn’t for you’re type… Read more »
Kimberley
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I just thought Adam meant ‘your followers,’ by the comment.

Lovell
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Can these oils be used on babies?

Mateland
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Essential oils are strong, especially if they are pure, so make sure to use a carrier oil. I use My Sisters’ Natural products on my niece, she is just one year old, and they use organic coconut oil and pure essential oils. So just be careful with the products you choose and their chemical content, and the ratios when using the oils yourself.

U~Niq
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Maybe that is why my hair has been shedding? The content if the pure oils I add to my product. Do you think so?

Mateland
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It could be. The balance is important. Too much or too little plus what it’s in can make a big difference.

U~Niq
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Thank you!

Lovell
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Ok thank you
She is 6 months born with a full head of head then got cradle cap and it thinned and she has a large bald spot
I will try mixing the oils with coconut oil

devona
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How much to use and can you put them together. What us your regimen

Camilla
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I was suggested this web site by my cousin. I am not sure whether this post is written by him as no one else know such detailed about my trouble.
You are amazing! Thanks!

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Hollywood
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What kind of carrier oils can i use.

MsKay
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I was wondering how much rosemary to olive oil should be mixed? The article states “A few drops of rosemary mixed with olive oil and massaged into scalp.” but how many drops of rosemary and how much olive oil? THANKS SO MUCH

educatedfe
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I use 20 drops when I have a full 8 oz bottle

YelloGurl121
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I just love all the info you’ve given on natural oils. I have alopecia on both sides of my temples. A condition that I’ve endured for what seems a lifetime. I’m totally fed up with trying different creams, ointments and drops that claim to work or your money back only to have them send you though loops in order to get some of your money back. There are so many great oils, my question is, which oils and carrier oil is best to massage my problem areas.
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Cozmo Experiences
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Hello everyone; Dab this blog was helpful in me deciding to try oils to save my colored hair from front breakage. I believe I read that you dont see much difference between castor or Jamaican castor oil? So Im thinking of getting/mixing Sweet almond oil with either one of the castor oils & coconut oil. But Im still a bit confused as to how to mix them for every other day use. According to somethings I’ve read I should get an empty bottle (spray or nozzle) & put equal amounts of each. So can I buy both oils in the… Read more »
Eve
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You gave so much oils how do I use them? Do I mix all the oil in one bottle beside the 1/4 cup of wheat grem and th1/4 cup of aloe vere andthe1/4 cup of coconut milk I’m confuse please help me I need to grow my hair

Ms. Vyk
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My advice as to the mixture of oils is this: Add 3 drops each of rosemary, lavender, peppermint essential oils to 1 cup distilled or bottled drinking water and 1/4 cup of your favorite carrier oils–black castor oil, evoo, jojoba or almond oil (I mix all 4 together). Put in a spray bottle and “test” to see if it’s strong enough in terms of the smell of the essential oils. Add a few more drops if you want a more definite smell, but not too many. The peppermint is really good for scalp stimulation, so I prefer that smell to… Read more »
mspitre
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my daughter is 3 years old and she has eczema and she also have either psoriasis or eczema in her head she gets red patches on the front part of her hair now ithas thins out and has bald spots in the front of her hair what oils or grease that I can use to promote hair growth or make your hair thicker in the front

Mrs.WF
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My three year daughter has eczema as well. I am a hair stylist and I remembered from school one of my teachers saying olive oil was the best thing to use for any hair type because of all the natural minerals and vitamins in it. My whole life my grandmother swears by olive oil for her skin and hair. Long story short I put olive oil in a spray bottle messaged my daughter scalp every morning and night with it. I also used neutrogena t-gel shampoo every 2 weeks until the eczema flare up cleared then only as needed afterwards.… Read more »
heygirl
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DO NOT USE ANY OILS ON HER! I REPEAT DO NOT USE ANY OILS ON HER! she has what I have it’s called seborrheic dermatitis. Oils make her scalp produce more yeast/ over production of sebum & that’s what causes her hair to fall out from the root. My scalp is exactly like your daughters. After I stop oiling my scalp, and started using my own water base growth aids and started washing with ketaconazole shampoo.. my hair & scalp is healthy, thick & growing!

Raven Johnson
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The wheat germ??
Wheat germ oil or the actual package that looks like wheat? Googled it because I’ve never heard of it and both popped up

BellaAddisa
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The wheat gern oil. The best place to purchase it is on Amazon or in the lower 48 Whole Foods Store. But I would recommend Amazon as the best place and prices. Cheers Raven!

Lucy
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Hi please help I’m 45 white lady my hair is very thin around my hair line it makes me very self conscious .. I see people recommend castor oil and even animal bone marrow!!! Has anyone had good results with either of these ingredients … Please I’m at my wits end 🙁 ???

BlueCornMoon
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I’m African American & am having great success with this essential oil formula for my nape & temples. It works better than the steroid shots ( OUCH !!) & creams I got from a dermatologist. Go to this site: http://www.blackhairinformation.com/hair-care-2/hair-treatments-and-recipes/how-to-use-essential-oils-for-your-beautiful-black-hair/ 2 drops thyme essential oil 2 drops atlas cedarwood essential oil 3 drops lavender essential oil 3 drops rosemary essential oil 1 teaspoon jojoba oil 4 teaspoons coconut oil Put your essential oils into a 6 oz brown, blue or green bottle. Then add your carrier oils (jojoba/coconut). Shake the bottle or turn it upside down a few times and… Read more »
Sri Jackson
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This sounds great… question though, should I put this mixture in a glass bottle?

fancycoils
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I’ve used castor oil for years. It’s is a great humectant, but did nothing for my hairline on its own. Pumpkin seed oil contains ingredients which help to rejuvenate scalps that suffer from female/male pattern baldness. Black seed oil thickens hair and aids against premature greying. You can purchase them at luckyvitamin. I have three long, grey hairs and since I’ve been using my special oil blend (1/3 pumpkin seed, 1/3 black seed, 1/3 castor) topically, one has developed a brown root/base. I also have a nice crop of baby hairs in a section where before it was almost bald.… Read more »
Natural HairNetwork
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Nice post…so winter beneficial for healthy natural hair regimens too! -#eTeamNHN

sparkle
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does it matter if you use the saw palmetto thats a soft gel or do you need to find the oil specifically? i want to mix it in a hair oil? thanks for all responses 🙂

olecia
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I live in Jamaica and i dont know where to jojoba oil what oil can i use

OBJECTIVELYyours
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Is it possible for you to get it online? There may be an store online that you can purchase from. Check out ebay (look for top sellers who ship internationally). You can also check iherb too. Also, you can purchase a hair product that contains jojoba in it. However, if these aren’t options, then just use any natural oil that is easily available to you. Coconut Oil and Olive Oil are just as good as jojoba oil. As long as you’re consist and give your hair plenty of TLC, it will be strong and healthy.

Janell
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Jojoba oil is sold at Fontana from the brand Ors

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Kamila
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Hello,

Can you please share your regimen, especially your water based growth aids.

I have seborrheic dermatitis and psoriasis as well.

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Duanetta Tate
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I dilute my peppermint oil with olive oil and then apply it to my scalp. I’ve read different articles that states to wash it out. I’ve always left mine in. Should I be washing the mixture out of my hair?

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Meditations and Mangoes
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Wheat germ oil is one of the highest sources of natural Vitamin E. This vitamin makes hair stronger, thus preventing breakage. Personally I love the earthy smell also. I mix mine with Rosehip oil and Rosemary oil to encourage growth of stronger and longer natural hair.

Nathalie Burnett
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My hair has always been my pride and joy. I figured since it is pretty damn healthy, it could deal with some bleach damage. And I figured the master stylist who did all the color-corrections would know how much would be too much. I was wrong, and now I want to burst into tears every time I look at my hair or touch it. I just don’t know what to do. my hair has also NEVER been shorter than this and it breaks and falls out. What should i do to regrow hair?

Gazelle Pezeshkmehr
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Hey, I’ve made the same mistake once so I feel you 🙁 Here’s how I saved my hair. First of, there are 3 oils that need to become your new best friends. Coconut, Argan and Shea butter, and here you need to invest! You HAVE to get them all raw, organic and extra Virgin, otherwise the process they go through will strip them of the different fatty acids and their nutritional effects. So go get these. Start with washing your hair with baking soda, and condition it with apple cider vinegar. This will remove any product build up. Do this… Read more »
Rebecca
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I used to be slim in my high school days, but since college I have been gaining weight, so much so, that I now look bad, and everyone around is commenting on my weight. I did try some weight loss programs but honestly could not stick to any for too long, none of them showed results anyway, and my problem is not solved a bit. Please, please can anyone suggest me a good way to lose weight? Thanks in advance.

Emma
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This may be too late to respond, but I’ll still give you an answer. 1. Cut all the crappy foods, junk out. Stop eating sugary good such as cakes, candies, etc. Eat more healthy food. Veggies, fruits, egg, wheat breads, etc. Start cooking more like rice with chicken and veggies. 2. Exercise! Learn to motivate yourself to get up and walk or run outside or hit up the gym. Do this at least 3 times a week. 3. Drink teas. Teas like oolong is very good for your stomach and can aids in many way to “clean” out your stomach.… Read more »
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MedicoMart
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Lora
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How do you combine all of these oils to apply together

Sharon Delancy
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Water and oil do not mix together.

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