At Nutrafol, we know that good hair growth doesn’t come easy. But we also know that some of the best hair treatments come right out of the pantry. Because they’re all-natural, there are no chemicals, toxins or parabens involved.
Here’s our pick for the 5 top herbal oils to promote your hair growth. Be sure to go for the organic, cold-pressed and extra virgin versions — no processing!
Palm Oil for hair growth
Up until recently, coconut oil has gotten all the attention. But now palm oil is catching up as the new king of healthy oils for hair growth.
First, it’s loaded with tocotrienols, a member of the Vitamin E family and Vitamin E is a natural antioxidant. Palm oil also has the most Vitamin A and contains carotenoids beta-carotene, essential fatty acids, polyphenolic acids and flavonoids.
Herbal Infused Coconut Oil
Coconut oil is still considered by most to be the #1 king of healthy oils. Known for aiding everything from cardiovascular problems and weight loss to — you guessed it — decreasing shedding hair. It’s full of natural antioxidants and other nutrients. It stimulates circulation when you rub it into your scalp and contains auric acid–which binds to the protein in hair and decreases hair breakage. For an extra boost, add some hair growth-promoting herbs like saw palmetto.
Rosemary-infused Olive Oil
Rosemary is an herb that promotes hair growth. While olive oil is one of the healthiest oils around; in fact, it’s so full of antioxidants. Combined, rosemary and olive oil will give your scalp the nourishment it so desires!
Ashwagandha Essential Oil
Ashwagandha is sometimes referred to as “Indian Ginseng,” because it energizes, boosts immunity, stimulates, rejuvenates, and actually promotes healthy sleep!
Lavender, with its soft, sweet scent, both rejuvenates and relaxes. It eliminating stress and anxiety — and that means it gets rid of stress hormones, causes of hair loss. When applied directly to the scalp, it stimulates and increases circulation — and it aids other contributing factors, like dry and flaky scalp.