7 Natural Ingredients That Help stimulate hair growth

Hair growth deals with both internal and external health; you always start from the inside out. However, you do need to keep your scalp clean and use products to protect the hair that does grow and help stimulate hair growth. Your hair could stop growing because of clog pores or even product build up. You want to solve those issues to grow long and beautiful hair. Your hair does need time to grow, but using the right products helps to stimulate new hair growth.

To help keep the scalp clean and stimulate more hair growth you do have options from oils and plants

Aloe Vera Using Aloe Vera on the scalp helps to not only grow hair, but you can contribute to eliminating many problems with the scalp. Aloe Vera helps to reduce overproduction of sebum that can slow hair growth by clogging your pores. Aloe Vera is antibacterial, any oil build-up that may occur is stripped away, and the scalp is allowed to breathe and grow. Counting all the vitamin-like A, C, and E and minerals that are packed into aloe Vera its no wonder it helps your hair to grow. An easy way to use aloe Vera gel or juice is to add it to a spritz bottle with a little lavender oil (or essential oil of your choice) and pray your scalp. Focus on your trouble spot a bit more and the massage the scalp to help heal and improve hair growth.

Apple Cider Vinegar

Restoring the pH level balance to your scalp does affect your hair growth. All the product build-up, dirt, and grime contribute to the slow growth and add problems that can prevent hair growth. The Apple cider vinegar rinse is simple, add one part apple cider vinegar and two part water in a cup or bowl. After you have shampoo and condition, your hair rinse it out and pour the mix over hair and scalp. Massage the scalp for 2 to five minutes, now do a final rinse of your hair. The rinse serves to strip away all unwanted grime, and dirt along with buildup on the scalp to leave your scalp clean and ready to grow new hair. Afterward, you will be left with soft and shiny hair ready to style.

Peppermint Essential Oil

Peppermint oil is a staple in my hair growth oil now, why? Because it allows my scalp to breath and my hair to grow. This essential oil is strongly concentrated and should always be diluted with a carrier oil when applying to the scalp. Peppermint oil penetrates the scalp to help stimulate the hair follicles so more oxygen can penetrate. When oxygen flows better in the scalp, it is like an okay sign to grow. Peppermint oil may be too strong for some to use even when added with other oils so be careful when using it.

Lavender Essential Oil

Lavender oil as a soft sweet smell that everyone can enjoy, but there is more to it than the smell. It has antibacterial properties that help to keep your scalp clean and your pore open for nutrition. If you suffer from dandruff lavender oil is great for your scalp to help reduce them and keep your scalp healthy.

Rosemary Essential Oil If you are looking for an essential oil that has some of the most potent hair growth properties try rosemary oil. If you are suffering from hair loss, bald spot, or any other hair loss related issues rosemary oil is the way to go. Like peppermint oil helps stimulate blood circulation in the scalp that assists to help regrow hair in those thinning edges or bald spots.

Stinging Nettle

Your hair may need a little more help than usual to grow after going through severe damage. That is where an oil like stinging nettle comes in to help restore and repair that hair. Stinging nettle helps to prevent the overproduction of DHT, a hormone that contributes to your hair loss. The oil is full of nutrients that combat hair loss and gives it a boost in growth rate. Applying a mix of carrier oil and nettle oil overnight is an excellent way to allow the nutrients to seep in and feed the hair the nutrients it needs to thrive.

Jamaican Black Castor Oil

Using a thicker oil on the scalp may not be ideal for everyone, but castor oil does an incredible job at growing out your hair. If you are looking to grow a thick, full head of hair, try castor oil with all its benefit. Jamaican black castor oil is perfect not only for normal hair growth but those trouble spot. Your hair will not only grow, but it will also grow back thicker and stronger than before when you start using castor oil. Forget those thinning edges, heat damage hair, and just not seeing hair growth in general. Apply a little castor oil to the scalp every night and massage it in for about five minutes then tie your hair up in a satin or silk scarf in head to bed. Continue this practice for at least a month consistently and you will notice a difference in your hair growth.

You hair will not grow overnight, but taking care of it consistently with the right products will improve the health and growth.

What products do you use in your hair to help maintain the health and help it grow?


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