Healthy hair starts from within. Increasing your daily intake of fruits and veggies into your diet. The body can easily break down and store healthy nutrients from fruits and vegetables that will provide your hair follicles with the nutrients to help replenish and grow.
2. Coconut Oil.
Pamper your scalp with massage between and during every wash. This helps stimulate the follicles and increases blood flow to the scalp to promote healthy growth. Appling a root rinse deeply cleanses and detoxes your scalp bringing on stronger, healthier hair with a natural shine.
3. Avocado Oil.
Taking vitamins is a great way to your body obtain the necessary nutrients and protein to promote healthy hair growth that not fully absorbing from our diets. Vitamin A makes a substance called sebum that helps moisturize the scalp and keep hair healthy.
4. Almond Oil.
Heat can dry and damage your hair especially if used daily. Try avoiding using heat on your hair as much as possible. Not to say don’t use it at all but limit the use to about once or twice a month. Note: when using a flat iron or curling iron avoid putting oil on hair before using heated styling tools.
5. JoJoBa Oil.
Sulfate-Free shampoo can reduce itchiness, dryness, boils, and other scalp problems. It gently cleanses the hair and scalp of grease buildup without stripping the hair of its natural oils leaving the hair healthy and shiny. Rinsing with cold water closes the hair cuticle, which can help seal your hair and prevent it from damage.
6. Tree Tea Oil.
Tea tree oil is packed with powerful antimicrobial properties that help cleanse your scalp, while restoring hair follicles to a healthy state promoting longer, fuller and shiny hair growth.
7. Peppermint Oil.
Peppermint oil has a tingly sensation that stimulates blood flow to your scalp strengthen hair follicles. This especially during the anagen (growing) phase increasing hair growth.
8. Lemongrass Oil. (Smells Amazing)
Good scalp stimulant used to take care of dandruff, help strengthen your hair follicles, Contains has astringent property that help cleanse scalps between washes and promote healthy hair.
Overall, these 5 oils may not be for everyone, but it’s a good place to start. Researching, reading testimonies on hair growth regiment and products. If you needing additional guidance talk with a professional stylist on what products work well for your hair type and texture. Just remember to stay consistent and have patience.