Top 5 Essential Oils for Luscious Hair Growth

Rulers, length check shirts, progression pictures, it seems sometimes we naturalista’s can get a bit caught up in hair growth. We flip through pictures of hair crushes, wondering what miracle gene they must’ve been blessed with.

Truth is anyone can grow long, healthy hair.

It takes time, patience, and the right products to reach long lengths. Maintaining moisturekeeping your scalp clear of debris, and follicle stimulation are a few things you can do to jump on the road to success.

There are many products on the market that claim to help stimulate hair growth, but when applying the product, sometimes less is more, which is why essential oils are perfect for the job.

Essential oils(www.thinhairgrowthguide.com/10-best-oils-that-stimulate-hair-growth) are taken straight from the plants of mother nature. They can serve many purposes, from medicinal to cosmetic and have been a go-to for centuries. 

1. Tea Tree Oil

Tea tree oil is known for its many talents. It’s powers date back thousands of years when it was used to cure viruses such as the common cold. Now it is a common ingredient used in over the counter acne medications.

Tea tree is a natural antiseptic that helps get rid of bacteria or fungi.

When applied to hair, this is very beneficial to those who suffer from scalp irritations like dandruff or lice. It acts as an exfoliant by removing debris from the scalp, allowing hair follicles to clear. Clear follicles mean room for natural oils to coat the hair and an easier environment for new hair to push through.  

2. Bur Oil

Bur oil is a precious gem many of us ignore. Bur, or burdock, is obtained from the burdock root. The oil is rich in fatty acids and phytosterols.

Phytosterols closely mimic cholesterol by helping to soften and keep frizz under control.

The fatty acids found in burdock are very rare and help hair grow. It helps by providing nutrients that help the oil glands and hair follicles function.

3. Peppermint Oil

Peppermint oil is also essential for hair growth. This oil serves as an astringent, which helps balance the scalp’s PH level. Pure peppermint oil can be strong, so dilute it with water before applying.

This oil works by penetrating the scalp and regenerating the hair follicle. Once this type of environment is created on the scalp, circulation will increase, and your hair will grow.

It can also help prevent hair loss, fight dandruff, and reduce excess oil!

Excess oil can clog the follicle, making it hard for new hair to resurface. 

4. Lavender Oil

Lavender is an essential oil often added to products for fragrance. Originating from the Mediterranean, Lavender was used as a healing and relaxation aid for disorders such as stress and insomnia.

As we know, stress is proven to cause hair loss issues, such as alopecia. 

For hair, lavender aids in improving circulation and fighting infection. It can also be used to treat scalp conditions such as psoriasis!

Maintaining a healthy scalp is essential for healthy hair growth, which is why lavender can be a hero product.

5. Jojoba Oil 

Oh jojoba! Most of us already know the wonders you work for our hair!

Jojoba helps to moisturize the hair by acting as our scalps natural oils.

Jojoba can be used to hydrate any part of the body; it even makes a good makeup remover.

The jojoba shrub itself is known for its ability to withstand harsh environments. If this plant can live worry-free in the desert, imagine how well jojoba’s moisture can bind to your hair. Making sure your hair is hydrated at all times will ensure your strands don’t get dry and brittle(www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/321877). 

Essential Hydration

Remember, only 90% of your hair is alive and growing, you want to prevent as many strands as possible from entering its resting period to maintaining long, voluminous hair.

You must keep your scalp clean so hair can push through properly, and you must keep each strand hydrated.

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