The Secret To Long & Thick Hair: Lavender And Lemongrass Oil
Over the past few weeks, my hair has become noticeably longer and thicker! It’s not a drastic change – but it’s certainly a big enough of a change that I’ve picked up on it. My hairline coming back after experiencing postpartum hair loss however, that has been a major change! After many “good hair days” in a row, I decided that I needed to investigate what exactly I was doing to give my hair this extra “uumph” and growth! Turns out it’s the Lavender & Lemongrass Oil that I’ve been using daily as part of my L.O.C Method (don’t worry, I’ll explain what that is in another post). If you’re experiencing some balding, hair loss or just need to breathe some life back into your hair, these essential oils may be just the thing you need!
How exactly does lavender and lemongrass contribute to hair health
– By rubbing lavender oil on your scalp daily, you can stimulate your scalp with then promotes hair growth
– It’s an anti-bacterial that helps to heal scalp infections, itchy scalp and dandruff
– As an anti-septic, it can get rid of lice and lice eggs
– Deep conditions hair
– Fights against hair shedding
– Adds volume to the hair shaft
– Helps prevent baldness
– Strengthens hair follicles which promotes hair growth
– Treats oily hair
– Keeps scalp healthy
Lavender oil and lemongrass oil are often combined together to create a potent formula for gorgeous and strong hair. This mix has been working for me! In the video below, I discuss and show you my short term results:
DIY Recipes To Try At Home:
(via bglh) “Place a few sprigs of lavender in a glass container and cover with extra-virgin olive oil and cover tightly. Place in a cool, dark spot and allow to age for 3 to 4 weeks. Use the lavender infused oil as a daily scalp massage. Apply and leave on overnight. In the morning, wash hair with a gentle organic shampoo and style as usual”
Hair Growth Elixier: “You need to take 10 drops of lavender oil, 10 drops of rosemary oil, 5 drops of basil oil and 4 oz. of jojoba oil. Mix all these oils well and store them in a dark bottle. Use it regularly for scalp and hair massage. This is very effective in smoothing your hair and boosting hair growth Make sure that you shake the bottle well, before each use. Read more at Buzzle: http://www.buzzle.com/articles/lavender-oil-for-hair-growth.html
– (via bglh) “A daily rinse of lavender water (bring water to a boil, add a few sprigs of lavender, mirage hair reduce to simmer for 20 minutes, then cool) will impart a delightful fragrance and shine to hair. Apply lavender as a daily rinse after shampooing”
For Dry Scalp: “Take ¼th cup of oatmeal and soak it in water for 20 minutes. Take 7 drops of lavender oil and 5 drops of rosemary oil and mix all these ingredients properly and then apply the paste on your scalp. You can wash off this mask after an hour with warm water. This mask is good solution for getting rid of itching and dry scalp. Read more at Buzzle: http://www.buzzle.com/articles/lavender-oil-for-hair-growth.html
I’ve only been using the oil consistently for the past 2 months or so, I’m curious to see my results in the next few months.
IF YOU’RE NOT INTO DIY YOU CAN PURCHASE THE EXACT OIL I USE HERE
WHAT PRODUCTS DO YOU TYPICALLY USE TO PREVENT HAIR LOSS HAVE YOU USED LAVENDER OR LEMONGRASS ESSENTIAL OILS BEFORE SHARE YOUR EXPERIENCE IN THE COMMENTS BELOW! YOU MAY INSPIRE THE NEXT POST!
6/12/15 Edit: This has become my post popular post over the years, and I’m constantly being asked about the specific oil that I use. It seems that one is no longer in production, but I am working hard on my own formula that will be available under my eco-luxury personal care brand Jolie Bloom || http://www.JolieBloom.com
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