oils that promote hair growth

13 Oils That Promote Natural Hair Growth

oils that promote hair growth

Everyone’s skin secretes natural oils from the tops of our heads to tips of our toes. The largest organ the human body has is our flesh. Natural oils exist on us, because we are finely tuned incredible masterpieces. Each and every one of us has natural oils that promote hair growth. These oils are unique largely because most people bridle them back, or try to hide them, and eliminate the natural oils that promote hair growth. Incredibly, there is a routine that consists of trusting the essence we were all born with.

As difficult as it may be, at first, to trust the natural processes and just add completely natural oils to the scalp, the rewards are thrilling. Mineral oil is used generally as a preservative for products, because of its stability in products, and it gives stability to products. After petroleum goes through the sanitizing phases, what we are left with is mineral oil, basically. An air-tight plastic wrap around a freshly oiled head of hair, isn’t going to allow the skin to fulfill its main job on the scalp, and that is to release toxins. Nevertheless, this glorious planet gives us natural oils which we can harvest and apply as needed, which is readily absorbed by the skin.

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We are what we eat, everyone knows that old saying, but it is so true ,in the way that we are what we apply topically, onto our bodies as well as what we eat. The important natural occurring oils that are essential to many pure beauties across the world, promote hair growth and help the skin relinquish a youthful radiant glowing quality. After the traditional view of the mainstream methods many people think cleanses their scalps has been deleted out of your head then people can appreciate how much fuller, and longer, and how much more hair they would have on their heads today if they just used natural oils to promote hair growth. Common misfortunes that people do not have to live with are things like shedding, hair splitting off at the ends, and a scalp that won’t grow hair because it is clogged with unnatural products that people are accustomed to purchasing and using.

  • Jojoba oil, an excellent source to give moisture to your hair.
  • Aloe Vera Gel
  • Peppermint oil, a few drops is stimulating for the scalp.
  • Lavender treats dandruff and helps to quickly heal infections.
  • Lavender Water, it has been known to cure baldness
  • Burdock Root Oil
  • Saw Palmetto Oil
  • Stinging Nettle, a wonderful tea for all kinds of women issues, and this indigenous wild grass growing across North America also treats hair loss.
  • Rosemary leaves, delays the onset of gray hair
  • Rosemary Oils, a natural oil that promotes hair growth
  • Olive Oil
  • Almond Oil
  • Grape seed Oil

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  1. Rauney-HappyHairJourney.com says:

    This was really good information! I’m gonna bookmark this!

  2. Seriously Natural says:

    I use (and love) jojoba oil, coconut oil and lavender oil. I use Jojoba for the oil cleansing method with a few drops of lavender oil and use coconut oil for sealing my hair.

      1. Seriously Natural says:

        I like the results I get from olive oil but HATE the smell. can’t get past it.

        1. Seriously Natural says:

          I’m super sensitive to smells. I’ve ditched plenty of products because the smell didn’t agree with me. I know…I got issues. LOL

        2. Latrisha Atkins says:

          I put a little peppermint oil

    1. I’ve never tried lavender oil, but it sounds so good, I just might. Thanks for the tip!

      1. Seriously Natural says:

        Oh, I love it. The smell and what it can do.

  3. EstaFiesta says:

    I LOVE Olive Oil!! Mostly because I use it in the kitchen and my beauty regimen!

  4. Great info! Thanks for this post!

  5. Thanks for the list! I love oils and I am going to pin this for future references!

  6. Vee_thehodgepodgefiles says:

    Oils are a must have. Great list, I’m surprised Castor/JBCO didn’t make it though 😉
    Lavender water..hmm interesting.

  7. candiceselby says:

    Natural oils are definitely a staple for me! Never heard of saw palmetto oil before though. I will have to check it out!

  8. love jojoba oil, coconut oil, and olive oil! Not a fan of aloe vera gel though – it’s not friendly to my hair 🙁

  9. Thank you very much! My hair also doesn’t love aloe vera gel but what about emu oil?

  10. Janet Boudreaux says:

    My daughter is transitioning, coming out of peeking. She is currently wearing braids till her natural hair grow more then she wants to cut the remainder of the perm, she does not want to look like a boy (she’s 13). Her hair is very course….Now can you suggest products that we can use to help her hair grow and make it softer and easy to manage? She will continue to wear braided styles until then.

    1. Latrisha Atkins says:

      Put coconut oil on hair with plastic cap before washing it sort of like a hot oil treatment

  11. Janet Boudreaux says:

    Sorry coming out of perming

  12. Hi,
    I have been thinking about this pre-poo treatment. How can pre-poo with oils using heat (i.e hooded dryer, hand blow dryer) be good for the hair if the cuticles of the strands opens up with heat and all the old products, dust and dandruff are still on the hair which are going to be getting absorbed if the hair is not clean from the beginning? 🙀

  13. where do I get lavender water here in Nigeria? am going bald.

  14. where do I get lavender water here in Nigeria? I am going bald.

  15. I love olive oil it works great. I use it on lightly on face and body as well. My skin is soft and has a glow to it. I smell is mild or maybe the fact that my perfume also have a oil base to it helps to fade out the smell. Thanks for the post.

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