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Hair Growth Oil

DIY Oil For Hair Growth And All Kind Of Hair Problems

Hair oils are known for their nourishing and conditioning properties. They have been used for hair growth since ages. I know the market is filled up with a variety of hair oils to fulfill your needs. But, making it at home gives a sense of relief about the purity of ingredients you are using in your hair oil. In this article, we will learn about easy to make home-made hair oil.

Ingredients:

  • 2 handful of curry leaves.
  • 2 handful of hibiscus leaves.
  • 5 fresh amla or 100 grams of amla powder.
  • 2 spoonful of fenugreek seeds.
  • 1.5 liter of water.
  • 200 ml of carrier oil (coconut/olive/almond oil). Whatever suits you best.

Preparation Time:

30 minutes

Processing Time:

1.5 hrs

Method:

  1. Firstly, collect all the hibiscus and curry leaves in a pot. Then add water to it.
  2. If you are using fresh amla, grate them and then add it to the pot.
  3. Allow this mixture to boil until it reduces to half of its quantity. Set aside this concoction to cool down.
  4. Once the mixture has properly cooled down. Strain it using cheesecloth and collect in a bowl.
  5. Now, put carrier oil in the pan. And then, add hibiscus and curry leaves concoction to it.
  6. If you are using amla powder to make this hair oil. Put amla powder and fenugreek seeds to the pan.
  7. Let this mixture to boil until all the water evaporates. Now, you will be left only with the oil infused with the herbs.
  8. Strain the oil by removing all the herbs from it.
  9. Massage your scalp with this oil and leave this oil in your hair to work overnight. Then, wash them next morning with a mild shampoo.

Why This Hair Oil Works?

This hair oil is full of essential fatty acids, amino acids, Vitamin C and antioxidants. All of which help in treating all the hair problems and boosts hair growth.

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Simple Ways To Tackle 5 Common Hair Problems

Not even a single woman is happy with her hair. Everyone has one or another issue related to her hair. Healthier-looking hair has always been associated with the beauty of a woman. That’s why we always look for the solutions to our hair problems. This article will point out some of those common hair problems and how to tackle them.

Frizzy Hair

Frizzy hair is the most frustrating thing to deal with. As soon as you come out of the house, all those efforts to make that pretty hairstyle goes in vain. Dryness and damage cause our hair to frizz. So, you need to pay some extra attention to frizzy hair.

  • Do not use hot water to wash your hair. Rather use lukewarm water for washing and use cold water for final rinsing.
  • Rubbing hair harshly with a towel after hair wash increases static charge in our hair and allow them to frizz even more. Instead, use an old t-shirt by doing gentle blotting motions.
  • Using hair serum on towel-dried hair reduces frizziness to a great extent.
  • Always use a hair conditioner or hair mask after hair wash for extra hydration.

Curly Hair

Curly hair is not a problem but it is really a trouble to manage them. No hairstyle looks perfect on this kind of hair. And if you are leaving your hair open, it becomes a difficult task afterward to detangle them. Here are some quick tips to deal with curly hair properly.

  • Make sure that you are using hydrating shampoo and conditioner for your curly hair, it makes them easily manageable.
  • Don’t use harsh chemicals on your hair because they will make your hair frizzy.
  • Find a right stylist for your hair who knows how to make your hair look best.
  • Don’t run your hands very often through your hair, it will tangle them very much.

Limp Hair

Thin or oily hair is usually prone to go flat and limp. Which is why all the hairstyles look unappealing on such hair. However, You can use following tips & tricks to make them look voluminous.

  • Don’t over-brush them, this will make sebaceous glands present in the scalp to produce more oil.
  • Use conditioner only on the ends of your hair.
  • Flip your hair upside down, while blow-drying. It will make your hair look voluminous.
  • Use rollers after blow-drying for loose curls.
  • Gentle teasing at the roots of hair will also add instant volume to your hair.

Dry & Damaged Hair

Hair becomes dry & damaged due to over usage of hair-styling tools and hair-color products. Also, some women naturally have dry scalp from birth. Missing a healthy haircare regime will damage such hair. Hair fall, split ends and frizziness are common hair problems in dry, damaged hair.

  • Use a leave-in conditioner or hair serum daily.
  • Massaging your hair with oil also helps in treating dryness.
  • Wrap up your hair with a towel soaked in warm water after massaging hair with oil. It helps in penetration of oil into roots and blood circulation in the scalp.
  • Avoid hair styling as much as you can.
  • Trim your hair after every 3-4 weeks to make your hair look healthy from the ends.

Hair Fall

Hair fall is one of those common hair problems that everyone face at some point in their lives. Sometimes it is because of the stress and deficiency of the vital nutrients in their body. However, other times it is just a false alarm because of the regeneration cycle of our hair.

  • Always have a balanced diet for hair growth.
  • Take a multi-vitamin tablet to combat vitamin-deficiency in your body.
  • Massage your hair with herbal hair oil which contains hair growth ingredients. Leave it overnight to work on your hair and wash them in the morning.
  • Do not brush your hair when they are wet. It will cause more breakage in your hair.
  • Limit the use of hair styling tools and hair coloring products.
17 Powerful Home Remedies You Must Try For Hair Growth (Part-2)

17 Powerful Home Remedies You Must Try For Hair Growth (Part-2)

Home remedies are always effective and easily available. Such home remedies have no side-effects when topically applied on hair. In my previous post, I shared few of these remedies which are always a boon for our hair.

You can apply these home remedies on your man too if he is suffering from alopecia, commonly known as baldness.

If you missed the previous blog post, you can read it here. Let’s get started without wasting any minute.

Garlic

Garlic is enriched with sulphur and selenium which are the structural parts of our hair. Loss of sulphur and selenium present in the keratin bonds of our hair makes them very weak and more prone to fall.

Remove the peel of 10-12 garlic cloves and slice them into small pieces. Boil these pieces of cloves with 1 tablespoon coconut oil and 1 tablespoon olive oil for few minutes. Strain the oil by leaving residue aside. Gently massage your hair with this oil and leave it overnight after application.

Vitamin E oil

Vitamin E oil helps in repairing damaged hair follicles and building new tissues. It also brings backs the lost shine and improves the elasticity of our hair making them strong from the core.

It is easily available as a pure oil and as a capsule at the drugstores. Mix half teaspoon of Vitamin E oil with 2 teaspoons of almond oil. Applying this oil on the scalp and hair, followed by a gentle massage afterwards improves the blood circulation. Hence, improving the hair growth cycle.

Curry Leaves

Topical application of curry leaves elevates the hair growth process to a great extent. They strengthen our hair from the roots with every usage.

For this remedy, you can blend some curry leaves and mix it in your favourite hair mask. Massaging your scalp with oil made from curry leaves also help our hairs to grow. To make this oil, boil 2 handfuls of dried curry leaves with 200 ml of coconut oil. Adding 30 ml of castor oil to this mixture intensifies the oil.

Using dried curry leaves while making oil keeps the oil safe from getting mould (fungus).

Hibiscus

Hibiscus flowers nd leaves have always been known for its eloquent effects on our hair. It consists of Vitamin C, riboflavin, phosphorus and calcium to help our hair with the care it needs.

To make this home remedy, blend 3 hibiscus flowers and 5-6 hibiscus leaves to a smooth paste. Add 2-3 spoonfuls of curd to it according to your hair length. Apply this mixture onto your scalp along with hair and leave this on your hair for 30-45 minutes before going to wash.

Eggs

Eggs are packed with proteins, vitamins and essential fatty acids which make it a power-pack ingredient for our hair.

Mix one egg white with 1 spoon of olive oil. Whip this combination until it forms a smooth paste. Apply this paste on your hair and leave it for 45-60 minutes to get effective results.

Coconut Milk

Another home remedy which is great for our hair is coconut milk. Being packed with Vitamin B, C, E and minerals like iron, sodium, selenium, magnesium, phosphorus and calcium makes it a miracle product for our hair.

For this quick remedy, you need to apply coconut milk mixed with honey and castor oil on all of your hair and leave it for 60 minutes. Coconut milk is easily available at grocery stores. But if you like, you can make it by your own.

Sesame Oil

Sesame oil is also known as “Til ka tel” in Hindi, and it is well-known for its efficacy on our hair. It is used as a base oil in most of the herbal or ayurvedic oils which prove its worthiness for our hair.

Gentle massage with sesame oil helps blood circulation at the scalp resulting in hair growth.

Aloe Vera Gel

Aloe Vera is another herbal plant which is known for promoting hair growth, treating the itchy scalp, strengthening and adding shine to our hair. It contains keratin (the protein our hairs are made of) which helps in improving the elasticity of hairs, prevents breakage and results in long luscious hair.

Squeeze out the gel from aloevera plant and mix it with olive oil. Leaving this mixture on your hair for 45-60 minutes will give you the length, you always desired.

Olive Oil

Olive oil is rich in emollients like oleic acid, palmitic acid and squalene. Emollients are the lubricants having nourishing and softening properties. It is also packed with Vitamin E to repair and restore damaged hair.

Heat 2-3 teaspoons of olive oil in a pan according to your hair length. Oil must be slightly warm, not striking hot. Do a gentle massage with this oil and leave it overnight on your hair.

Green Tea

Green tea suffers minimal processing, hence contains anti-oxidants to a very high level. According to a study, a cup of green tea contains anti-oxidants four times an apple. Anti-oxidants helps in detoxifying the harmful toxins out of our hair and encourages hair growth if applied topically.

Use green tea rinse after hair wash and leave it on your hair for 5-10 minutes. Then rinse your hair with cold water.

Flaxseed Oil

Flaxseed oil, also known as “Alsi ka tel” is highly packed with omega-3 fatty acids, Vitamin B-complex, C, E and biotin. All of these nutrients are helpful in keeping our hair strong, preventing split ends and promoting hair growth.

Do a gentle massage with warm flaxseed oil and leave it overnight on your hair for effectiveness.

Almond Oil

Almond oil is one of those home remedies which everyone swears by. It is high in Vitamin E, omega-3 fatty acids and magnesium to help our hair grow. It is bit pricey but worth every penny you pay for.

Massaging gently with fingertips on the scalp and leaving it overnight will never ever disappoint you with its effects.

17 Powerful Home Remedies You Must Try For Hair Growth (Part-1)

17 Powerful Home Remedies You Must Try For Hair Growth (Part-1)

Every girl has a fantasy of having long hair. But it is very difficult to fulfil this desire these days. It is because of the various problems like hormonal imbalance, high-stress levels, imbalanced diet and also heredity problem.

If you come in any of the above-stated categories, it is almost impossible to have long, shiny and lustrous-looking hair.

Along with having balanced diet, you must use these tried & tested home remedies to have healthy-looking long hair.

To see the visible results on your hair, use these home remedies continuously for at least 1-2 months. You can unleash the remaining home remedies at here.

Amla (Indian Gooseberry)

Amla is fully equipped with anti-oxidants and Vitamin C to improve the quality of our hair. It is an age-old remedy which has been used by our forefathers also.

Mix 2 teaspoons of amla powder with 4-5 teaspoons of curd (plain yoghurt). Apply this mixture on your hair for half an hour every time before hair wash.

Fenugreek Seeds

Fenugreek seeds are rich in proteins, Vitamin C, iron, potassium, nicotinic acid and lecithin. The primary purpose of nicotinic acid and lecithin is to promote hair growth and strengthen hair follicles.

All you need to do is, mix fenugreek seeds (in powdered form) with olive oil and leaving this concoction on your hair for 15-20 minutes.

Onion Juice

Our hair is comprised of keratin bonds and sulphur acts as a cement to strengthen these keratin bonds. Onions being high in sulphur, nourish our hair.

For this quick remedy, apply onion juice onto the scalp with the help of cotton and leave it on your hair for 30-45 minutes. You can also mix some coconut oil to hydrate your hair. Onion juice dries out our hair. That’s why I recommend you to apply this juice only on your scalp.

Castor Oil

Castor oil is very much beneficial for hair thickening and hair growth. It is high in Ricinoleic acid (an essential amino acid required by our body) & Omega-6 and Omega-9 fatty acids (which can easily penetrate through the pores).

You will need to mix one part of castor oil with two parts of olive or almond oil. Apply this oil mixture on your scalp and full-length of hair. Massaging afterwards gently with your fingertips allows your blood to circulate on the scalp.

Castor oil is very much thick in consistency. Applying it solely on our hair weighs them down which leads to hair fall. This is the reason behind mixing it with any other hair-friendly oil. Organic and Black castor oil are the purest forms of this oil.

Lemon Juice & Neem Leaves

If you are suffering from dandruff, lemon juice and neem leaves can cure it very effectively to give you healthy looking hair. Dead skin cells on the scalp cause dandruff and itching, block pores on the scalp and lead to hair loss.

Blend some neem leaves according to your hair length to have a smooth fine paste. Mix it with 2 teaspoons full of lemon juice. Leave this mixture on your scalp and hair for 30 minutes before wash.

Garnier Ultra Blends Soy Milk & Almonds Shampoo Review

Garnier Ultra Blends Soy Milk & Almonds Shampoo Review

Hi Gracies,

I am back with another review today. The product I am going to review today is Garnier Ultra Blends Soy Milk & Almonds Shampoo. It is also my current favourite nowadays.

This is the reason, I am super-excited to share my honest opinion with all of you. Without further ado, let’s get started.

Price of the product: Rs. 120 for 175 ml.

What the product claims:

Garnier Ultra Blends is a complete hair care range with precious natural ingredients, finely selected for their known efficacy on hair and blended in paraben-free formulas. Discover our bespoke blends for your everyday hair needs.

Hair is mainly composed of proteins. When damaged hair loses its protein content and becomes weak. Our formula is a blend with Soy Milk & Almonds, known for their rich protein content. It intensely repairs and restores damaged hair. Hair feels incredibly soft with every wash.

Product Highlights:

  • Paraben-free
  • Repairs & restores damaged hair.
  • Contains natural extracts.

My experience with the product:

I have used many shampoos from Garnier since my childhood but they always disappointed me with its results. Garnier Ultra Blends range has been over-hyped for a quite long time, and the credit goes to its effective advertisement and the main highlight of this range i.e. paraben-free.

Because my hair became very dry and rough after constant use of Himalaya Herbals Gentle Daily Care Protein Shampoo, I thought of giving this shampoo a try. 

The shampoo comes in a normal flip-top bottle imprinted with a cute design. But the bottle’s cap is little loose and I am not sure whether it is suitable for the purpose of travelling or not.

The product is white in colour and has thick creme like consistency. It lathers into very rich and moisturising foam.

It made my extremely dry and frizzy hair to very soft and manageable. All the claims of this shampoo are totally true. It does repair and restores my hair back, the formula is totally paraben-free and also contains natural extracts.

The shampoo is definitely a good buy for dry and frizzy hair and also a very suitable option for the winter season. Winters always leave my hair very dry and brittle and I was looking for a moisturising shampoo in this season. Thank god, I found this one.

Pros:

  1. Affordable.
  2. Repairs & restores hair.
  3. Paraben-free.
  4. Contains natural extracts.
  5. Suitable for dry and frizzy hair.
  6. Best buy for the winter season.

Cons:

  • I am not sure whether the bottle is travel-friendly or not.

Will I repurchase it?

Definitely yes, I am also looking forward to trying the other variants from this range.

10 Superfoods To Prevent Breakage And Hair Loss

10 Superfoods To Prevent Breakage And Hair Loss

Our hairs are the crown of our body. Without our hairs, our physical beauty matters nothing. Generally, everyone loose 50-100 strands of hair every day. It is because of the regeneration cycle of our hair.

But, if you are experiencing chronic hair loss problem then no. of factors are deteriorating your hair health. It may be because of your age, genetics, hormones, nutrient deficiency or certain kind of medication.

Having a hair-care routine must be a crucial part of your day-to-day life. It should not only include shampooing and conditioning of hair. Although, it must contain deep conditioning with oil, applying hair mask plus having a nutrient-rich diet.

Today’s blog post is only about easily-available superfoods which will save you from hair loss and will give you lustrous looking hair within a month or two.

Spinach

I know no one likes to have boring green-leafy vegetables in their diet. But, they work as a miracle on our hair. Spinach being rich in iron strengthens our from inside and prevent our hair from falling. It is also a great source of magnesium, calcium, omega-3 fatty acids and calcium. All of these helps in maintaining the health of our hair.

Vitamin C Rich Fruits

Vitamin C is a vital nutrient in improving the overall look of our hair and prevent them from falling. It helps in absorbing the iron present in our body. If our body is Vitamin C deficient, it will drain all the iron which we are consuming to maintain our hair health.

Vitamin C also reduces the damage caused by free radicals. Free radicals release toxins in our body to make our hair weak and brittle. Fruits like oranges, guava, papaya, amla, lemons and kiwis are a great source of Vitamin C.

Yoghurt

Thick Yoghurt (Curd) is not only enriched in proteins, it is also packed with Vitamin B5 and Vitamin D. Though proteins are the building blocks of our hair whereas Vitamin B5 and Vitamin D helps in recirculation of blood flow to the scalp and promotes the health of hair follicles.

Silica-rich foods

Silica is a trace element which strengthens our hair and speeds up their growth. Foods like strawberries, rice, onion, cabbage, cucumber and cauliflower are very rich in silica.

Lentils

Lentils are totally enriched with hair strengthening vitamins and minerals. Being loaded with proteins, iron, zinc and biotin; they are also packed with folic acid which repairs the overall health of RBC’s to supply much-needed oxygen to our skin and scalp.

Nuts

Walnuts, almonds, cashews and pistachios are well-known nuts in our daily diet. Nuts improve the elasticity of our hair to prevent them falling due to breakage.

They are rich in biotin, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B9, Vitamin E, proteins and magnesium to strengthen our hair cuticles and nourish them from the scalp.

Oats

Oats are a great source of fibre, iron, zinc and omega-6 fatty acids. Fibre is also essential in our daily diet to absorb all the vitamins and minerals by our body. Oats are enriched with nutrients that help our body to stimulate hair growth and transform weak, brittle hair to strong, healthy-looking hair.

Carrots and Sweet Potatoes

Beta-carotene is also a crucial mineral to combat the issue of hair loss. The deficiency of beta-carotene makes our hair look dry and dull. It produces sebum on our hair to save us from the itchy scalp.

Orange-colored foods like carrots, sweet potatoes, pumpkin, mangoes are a great source of beta-carotene.

Avocados

Avocados are loaded with Vitamin B & Vitamin E to help our hair at the cellular level. Vitamin B is crucial for hair regrowth whereas Vitamin E repairs hair follicles to strengthen them.

Avocados also condition our hair to make them look lustrous and shiny.

Dairy Products

Foods like milk, cheese and yoghurt; in short all the dairy products are loaded with nutrients like protein, calcium, iron, zinc, Vitamin B12, biotin and omega-6 fatty acids. All of these nutrients nourishes our hair from inside to make them look healthy outside.

All of the dairy products condition our hair very effectively to improve the elasticity of our hair.

Best Hair Care Tips For Healthy & Shiny Hair In Winters

Best Hair Care Tips For Healthy & Shiny Hair In Winters

Winter season has come which takes quite a huge toll on our hair. It is the season of very dry, frizzy and unmanageable hair which are more prone to breakage, damage and hair fall.

Follow these simple and easy ways to take care of your hair this winters.

Eat well & stay hydrated

Our hairs are made up of protein components. Any kind of hair treatment, mask, and oil will never benefit our hair until and unless our hairs are not healthy from within. So, it becomes crucial to feed your hair with proteins, vitamins and minerals via your daily diet.

Drinking 8 glasses of water regularly, hydrate our hair shaft from inside and make them shiny outside.

Amla(Indian Gooseberry) for our hair

Amla has certain medicinal properties and is also sufficient in Vitamin C & iron, which makes it a miracle remedy for our hair. Amla stimulates hair growth and also strengthens hair follicles.

You can use amla in your hair care routine either by having it in any form for e.g. amla pickle, amla murabba, amla juice, amla powder; or by using amla in your hair masks. However, consuming amla is much more beneficial than applying topically on our hair.

Hot oil treatment

Hot oil treatment conditions deeply our hair and strengthens them at the same time. For this treatment, you can use any oil which works best for your hair. Heat the oil to a temperature suitable for applying onto hair. Do not overheat the oil.

Leave the oil on hair overnight for deep nourishment and then wash your hair in the morning. The treatment will make your hair extremely soft and shiny. Do the hot oil treatment twice a week to get maximum benefits from it.

Moisturising shampoo & conditioner

A moisturising shampoo & conditioner is best for this season. They cleanse our hair very gently and don’t strip the required moisture of them at the same time. Always look for the labels of shampoos and conditioners while buying them.

Do not shampoo your hair more than 2-3 times a week in winters.

Not keeping your hair wet

In winters, it takes a lot of time to air dry our hair. If our hair is wet for long periods, water penetrates the hair shaft very easily and breaks the keratin bonds in our hair, leaving them more prone to fall.

But it does not mean that you are left only with a hair dryer to dry your hair. Instead after washing, towel-dry your hair and go in direct sunlight. It will dry your hair in a maximum time of 10 minutes.

If you keep your towel-dried hair in direct sunlight for 30 minutes, it will leave your hair very soft, shiny and straight too (This is my favourite trick to have shiny and silky hair).

Dandruff-treatment

Dandruff is also a major culprit in winters due to which our hair keeps falling to an extent. For the dandruff remedies, use lemon in your hair masks to fight against it.

You can also rinse your hair with lemon water after washing them. Squeeze a full lemon into a cup of water for lemon water rinsing of hair.

Quick tip: As you know that our hairs are very weak in winters which make this season not suitable for any kind of experimentation(colouring, perming or rebonding) on our hair.

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Himalya Herbals Gentle Daily Care Protein Shampoo Review

“Himalaya” is well-known and also a trusted brand here in India. Himalaya manufactures products in various categories like skincare, healthcare, general wellness, baby care and much more. That is the reason, you can easily find a product in this brand according to your need. Today’s review post is about “Himalaya Herbals Gentle Daily Care Protein Shampoo”. Read the whole blog post and share your personal experience about this product in the comments section.

Price of the product: Rs. 220 for 400 ml

What the product claims:

Himalaya Herbals Gentle Daily Care Protein Shampoo in enriched with natural proteins that provide necessary nourishment to hair. Fortified with herbal ingredients our shampoos are effective, natural and gentle on hair.

  • Amla softens and conditions hair.
  • Liquorice helps promote hair growth.
  • Chickpea provides daily nourishment to your hair keeping it soft, smooth and healthy.

My experience with the product:

The packaging of this bottle is sturdy and looks cool too. The shampoo comes in gel form and has a nice fragrance which is not overpowering. The product lathers into a rich foam when applied onto the hair.

The texture of my hair is dry and frizzy, due to which I always have to use a moisturising shampoo. Though this product cleanses my hair thoroughly but it always made my hair drier and unmanageable after every usage. I used this shampoo even with a rich conditioner but it too did not help my hair  at all.

I found that the shampoo is good for extremely oily hair and it should be mentioned on the bottle.

The product totally fails to prove all of its claims mentioned on its bottle. I bought this shampoo just because it claims to contain natural proteins in it. But it did nothing to help out my hair falling problem. Instead, it made my hair more prone to fall.

Pros:

  1. Affordable.
  2. Good for oily hair.
  3. Travel-friendly.

Cons:

  1. Makes hair drier and unmanageable.
  2. Does nothing regarding its claims.
  3. Bit harsh on hair.

Will I repurchase it?

I am totally disappointed with this shampoo and I am never ever gonna buy it at all.

Know The Special Purpose of These Hair Oils

Hair oils act as a great remedy for our hair. A lot of hair oils are available in the market today but most of us don’t know the purpose of each and every oil.

Hair oils provide us with the most advantageous and effective ways to deal with a variety of problems. Today’s blog post is an in-depth guide to know about each oil.

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Coconut Oil

Whenever we think of hair oils, the first option comes to our mind is coconut oil. Coconut oil is very good in dealing with certain hair problems.

Coconut Oil is rich in Vitamin E, Vitamin K, antioxidants and lauric acid. It moisturises hair very well by penetrating through the hair shaft. It leaves hair shiny after every wash.

Coconut oil treats dryness, roughness, frizziness, dandruff, itchiness, psoriasis, eczema very effectively. Try to look for extra-virgin, cold-pressed or organic variants of coconut oil.

Coconut oil is not good for promoting the growth of hair on the scalp though it prevents hair loss to some extent. If it promotes hair growth then it would not be a suitable option for face and body.

I personally use it as a moisturiser on my face and body. Honestly speaking, I never noticed new hair follicles anywhere.

Olive Oil

Olive oil is one of the most used herbal oil in haircare regime. Being rich in Vitamin E, antioxidants and various emollients. All of these emollients are specialized in making hair soft and shiny from within.

Olive oil is good to be used for dry, damaged hair. It promotes hair growth, strengthens hair and also treats dandruff, irritated scalp, dandruff, and itchiness efficaciously. It also acts as a split end softener.

The consistency of olive oil is thick. Don’t over-apply olive oil on thin hair because it will weigh them down, resulting in more hair loss. Use extra-virgin olive oil to experience maximum benefits.

Sweet Almond Oil

Sweet Almond oil is the most effective variant of almond oil. It contains Vitamin A, B, E and certain fatty acids like omega 9, omega 6 and omega 3.

Its topical application on hair leaves hair shiny, soft, moisturized and lustrous. Sweet almond oil prevents hair loss, stimulates hair growth and strengthens them if used on daily basis. It is also used for having long hair.

Sweet almond oil is good for treating psoriasis, eczema or any other scalp related problem. It strengthens and repairs split ends perfectly.

Castor Oil

Castor oil is specially used for hair thickening, preventing hair loss, stimulating the growth of hair and also strengthening hair follicles.

It is rich in ricinoleic acid and omega 6 fatty acids. Ricinoleic acid is the essential component of this oil which helps to thicken hair, prevents hair loss and strengthens them.

The consistency of castor oil is very thick. So you can mix it with any other herbal oil before applying it on your hair. Black castor oil is the most effective variant of this oil.

Castor oil helps in treating dandruff, dry, damaged hair and various scalp infections. It is also good for moisturizing hair and reducing split ends.

Jojoba Oil

Jojoba oil is effective in curing dry hair issues, dandruff, hair detangling and deep conditioning. It is extracted from jojoba shrubs.

Jojoba oil contains Vitamin E, B, and minerals like silicon, copper, and zinc. It promotes the growth of new hair and prevents hair loss.

Jojoba oil nourishes the scalp and improves its overall health. It adds volume to thin hair. Jojoba oil is good in preventing discolouration of hair and retaining its natural colour.

Hibiscus Oil

Hibiscus oil is extracted from hibiscus flower. It is effective in stimulating hair growth and strengthening hair follicles.

Hibiscus oil is also good for treating dry, frizzy hair and deep conditioning of the hair.