Thursday, January 19, 2012

Stimulating hair growth mixture

Hi Beauties!! 
I love taking the ingredients that I have in my kitchen and in my personal oil collection and combining them to make an amazing mixture that will stimulate my scalp and enhance growth. I  recently came across this mixture that sounds promising!!!! 

Here's what you'll need:

  • 2oz pure vitamin E
  • 2 oz jojoba oil
  • 15 drops rosemary oil
  • 15 drops perpermint oil or tee tree oil

According to naturalnews.com, "because vitamin E causes capillary growth, vitamin E can  help hair to grow. The increased circulation speeds the growth of hair in many people. The additional nutrition can prevent split ends, help heal hair damaged by excessive use of a hair dryer, and cure dry hair as well." 

Jojoba oil is an ideal moisturizer and conditioner, which is derived from a natural plant. It is also highly regarded as a hair softener and cleanser. 

Rosemary oil will give this mixture a pleasant scent will be the key catalyst in stimulating the hair growth. 

The peppermint or tee-tree oil will make you FEEL the mixture going to work. It will effectively cleanse your scalp and remove mild buildup from previous products.

Learn more:http://www.naturalnews.com/028050_vitamin_E_hair.html#ixzz1jwyFGQUJ

What next?

Place ingredients in a clear glass bowl or bottle and mix well. Use your fingers to apply the mixture evenly to your scalp. I suggest parting hair in four sections and twisting sections as you go. This will make for a faster process. 

Some tips to keep in mind:
  • Oils work better on clean, freshly washed hair
  • Dirty hair can cause hair follicles to clog and actually prevent hair growth
  • Use this mixture for thinning hairlines after braid or weave removal
  • If this mixture is used regularly shampoo hair at least once a week to cleanse and rejuvenate scalp

That's all for now, beauties! Please discuss below if you've tried any mixture similar to this one! 

XOXO,

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