Did you’ve had a bad haircut or regret getting your hair cut shorter? This Long Hair DIY Remedy will help you get 1-2 inches of hair growth per week, or even possibly more depending on your body.
ALL THAT YOU NEED:
- Pumpkin Oil: For this be the base, you need more of it.
- Peppermint Essential Oil: Because essential oils are highly concentrated, you need a less of this.
So, here’s how – warm up the oils and prepare a cocktail of the two. And, there you go! Massage the oil onto your scalp only, so that your hair roots are saturated.
PS: It will TINGLE, and that’s normal.
THE MAGIC TIP:
Massage your hair with this Long Hair DIY Remedy for 5-10 minutes. And while you massage, flip your hair UPSIDE DOWN. This is called as the INVERSION METHOD. Turning your head upside down stimulates yoir brain and helps boost the hair circulation to your head. When the blood rushes to the hair roots, it employs them to work so your hair grows like a blue streak. *High fives to the brains!*
The inversion therapy is NOT a new phenomenon! It’s an old practised head massage therapy that have had been working WONDERS, since ages!
You can flip your head back to normal after the massage. Leave the hair onto your scalp overnight or you can wash out after an hour of application, at least! Boo-ya! You can expect a growth of 3 to 4 inches in 2 weeks of this hair care regimen!
WHY PUMPKIN OIL?
The pumpkin oil is believed to REVERSE BALDING. The oil is packed with fatty acids, vitamin B, and other essential nutrients that support hair growth. If you’re undergoing hairfall, you NEED this!
WHY PEPPERMINT ESSENTIAL OIL?
Peppermint essential oil aids in rejuvenating hair follicles, and stimulating hair growth. Also, the oil helps keep the dandruff at bay, keeping the scalp fresh!
Disclaimer: As with any skin or hair care regimen, you’re always SUGGESTED to do a test patch first to know if your skin isn’t allergic to any of the ingredients. Everyone has a different skin type! Perhaps the results can vary from person to person.
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