Which Oil Is The Best For Hair Growth
Which Oil Is The Best For Hair Growth
Hair growth oils are one of my favorite hair care products. They really do improve the appearance and health of your. What makes them even more effective is when they are natural. Thanks to mother nature, there is a large selection of oils that work well for hair growth. Because there are so many to choose from, it can be difficult to determine which ones are best for hair growth. Our Follicle Awakening Hair Oil contains a blend of some of the best natural oils for hair growth. I will share our blend that is amazing at helping the hair to grow. Which oil is the best for hair growth?
Flaxseed Oil For Growth
Flaxseed oil is the bomb! I love it, it is an oil that is lightweight, so it is the perfect option to use on the hair and scalp. This oil helps the hair to retain length(leading to optimal growth) and prevents frizz. It also offers nutritional value. Flaxseed oil contains omega 3 fatty acids, reduces inflammation, which can stunt hair growth. Secondly, it has vitamin b – known to grow hair stronger and healthier more quickly. Vitamin e can also be found in flaxseed oil which helps to fight off the negative effects of free radicals.
Use Tea Tree Oil For Hair Growth
I have to say that tea tree oil should be one of the number one oils that you choose to use for hair growth. Tea tree oil removes bacteria and fungus, which is why we have included it in our formula. What is most important about growing a healthy head of hair is keeping your scalp clean of dirt, sweat and bacteria. Tea tree does an excellent job at this and removing harmful toxins that cause damage to the scalp making it harder for healthy hair to grow.
Jamaican Black Castor Oil
jamaican black castor oil has become one of the more popular oils for hair care and hair growth. This is another oil that we chose to add to our hair oil. What i will say about about this oil is that it does not smell the best and it is very thick, but it does work. This oil helps to regrow edges, increase blood flow to the scalp, prevent breakage and dry, itchy scalp. Jamaican black castor oil is best for hair growth because it is made up of ricinoleic and fatty acids. They help to keep the scalp moisturized and fight inflammation.
Rosemary Essential Oil
Rosemary is another oil that you want to consider when you are trying to grow your hair long, strong and healthy. Shockingly its results are comparable to minoxidil. In fact some studies have reported it to be more potent and displaying greater results. Rosemary essential oil is known to improve circulation on the scalp. More blood circulation means more growth, so of course this oil should be added to your hair growth oil selection.
Olive oil is extremely effective at keeping the scalp moisturized and healthy. I have noticed that when i consistently use olive oil on my natural hair, I get some major shine. It really does take your hair from being dry and damaged to soft and moisturized. Olive oil is rich in vitamin e. Vitamin e has a reputation of making the hair strong, which in turn prevents the hair from falling out, giving your hair the opportunity to grow.
Women in India have used coconut oil for centuries to aid in hair growth. I mean, they swear by it. It is one of the reasons why you see most of them with long, shiny hair. Coconut oil is apart of their daily routine and it shows. Their hair is absolutely beautiful. Like most of the oils that I have mentioned in this article, coconut oil also contains fatty acids and vitamins that your hair needs to stay healthy. Use it 3-4 times during the week and watch your hair flourish like no other.
Which Oil Is The Best
I have to say that there is no one size fits all. I personally use all of these hair oils in my oil blends, because they all work well at getting your hair to grow. I’ve used these oils for years, individually and together. When they are blended together they create some great results. At the very end, its all in what your prefer to use and what hair growth oil you like the best. However or whichever you choose to use, consistency is key at seeing results.