DIY – The Ultimate Rosemary Hair Growth Oil For All Hair Types

Hair Loss?

We all love a head of healthy, lustrous hair, which means a lot of extra care and effort. If only our expensive products could do everything for us, but as experts put it, it is a combination of multiple things. Sorry dear, but the girl next to you has to thank her genes for the thick hair she got. However, don’t let that disappoint you.

Science proves that it is genetics indeed that dictates the type and amount of hair. But there are several other factors in play. So you need to fasten your seat-belt and solve the mystery of what ails your hair. And you are already on your journey to recovery. Provided, of course, you follow up your findings with the right kind of treatment.

Besides genes, there could be other conditions such as hormonal imbalance, stress, and a lack of (quality) sleep. Exposure to toxins, smoke, and inflammation-causing bacteria can also weaken the hair follicles. Start by getting an appointment with a certified dermatologist. Once you identify the root cause of your problem, you can use specialized strategies to treat it.

The Treatment

You took your first step by seeking professional help for your hair. An expert is best suited to suggest whether or not you need medication. But there’s more to hair treatment than that.

Diet and environment play a crucial part in the health of your body. A similar rule applies to your hair. Discuss the non-medicinal aspect of hair treatment with your doctor. Ask about the dietary changes you need to make. In some cases, vitamin or mineral deficiency can also trigger hair loss.

Getting a more balanced diet can work wonders for your overall wellness. And finally, consult your doctor about targeted home remedies to treat your hair. Pick the ingredients, masks, and concoction that address your hair. 

Rosemary Oil Blend

Rosemary is best known for its culinary magic and is one of the oldest plants known for its medicinal uses. It is also a reliable treatment for hair loss. Since essential oils need dilution with carrier oils to avoid skin irritation, we share the recipe for a concoction of oils to promote hair growth.

Rosemary Oil

Rosemary oil is rich in antioxidant compounds, which are likely to benefit hair growth. Hair massage increases blood flow towards the scalp, and this is the reason why aestheticians credit oil massage for hair growth.

Additionally, rosemary oil tends to lower cortisol (stress hormone) levels, expertly handling stress-related hair loss. Scientific study also supports the beneficial effects of rosemary oil in treating male and female baldness. And the final icing to the cake is the antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties of the oil. These properties allow a clean scalp, further enhancing the likelihood of better hair growth.

Olive Oil

Olive oil is acting as the carrier oil in this oil blend. It has lots of vitamins, minerals, and essential nutrients that make hair look healthier and shinier. Also, helps treat split ends and rejuvenate dull hair. Further, promotes a healthy scalp, eventually contributing to hair growth.

Castor Oil

You sure know this one helps in hair growth. Most of us have been applying castor oil with our old mascara brushes to get those long lashes and the perfect eyebrows. It supplies essential proteins and nutrients to our hair follicles.

Castor oil stimulates blood flow to hair roots. At the same time, its anti-inflammatory action protects the scalp against external influences. Thus indirectly facilitating hair growth. It gives our hair their glossy look and bouncy feel.

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Ingredients ⭐️

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10 Drops.

Rosemary Essential Oil

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2 Tbsp.

Olive Oil

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1 Tsp.

Castor Oil

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How To Make 🥣

Step 1

Take a clean small bowl.

Step 2

Add all the ingredients and mix well. Your hair growth oil is ready for use.

How To Use ❓

Thoroughly wash and dry your hair. Massage the rosemary oil blend in small circular motions, with the help of your fingertips. Now wrap your hair in a bun. You can leave it in your hair for anywhere between an hour to overnight. Complete the treatment with a thorough wash using a mild shampoo. You may need more than one wash to remove the oils from your hair.

Notes 📌

Pregnant or nursing women should not use rosemary oil.

Nor should those suffering from high blood pressure or epilepsy.

People taking medicine should always consult their physician before using rosemary oil.

Always conduct a patch test 24 hours before use to ascertain any possible allergic reactions.

People with all hair types should apply any hair treatments on a clean scalp and hair.

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