Are you struggling with hair loss? The last few years many of us have experienced unwanted hair loss due to stress and illness.
I have had many emails and questions on what to do about hair loss and how to encourage new hair growth. Many people find that topical minoxidil can irritate sensitive scalps, but what most don’t know is that rosemary oil used as a scalp oil treatment was found to be AS EFFECTIVE as minoxidil after six months of use.
With all of you in need, I did what I do, I tested it out to see if simply adding rosemary oil in a certain percentage to my existing Squalane oil formula would be beneficial. I had a couple of clients who were willing to give it a try and they were very happy with their results thus far.
“Your formula is working!!!!! Lots of baby hair growth.” ~R.C.
Healthy hair starts with a healthy scalp, and one of the best ways to keep your scalp in good condition is by using a scalp oil treatment. Scalp oil treatments are an age-old remedy that have been used for centuries to promote hair growth, prevent dandruff and dryness, and maintain a healthy scalp. In this post, we will explore the benefits of a scalp oil treatment, introduce you to the new QuickSilverHair Scalp Oil, how to use it, and answer some common questions about this ancient hair care practice.
What is a Scalp Oil Treatment?
Scalp oil treatments are a hair care practice that involve applying oil to the scalp to promote healthy hair growth and maintain a healthy scalp. Scalp oil can be made from a variety of natural oils such as coconut oil, olive oil, jojoba oil, squalane oil, or castor oil.
QuickSilverHair Scalp Oil is a blend of clear squalane oil (which protects your silvers from staining), rosemary oil, lavender oil, and ginger oil.
Benefits of a Scalp Oil Treatment
- Moisturizes the scalp and hair
- Reduces dandruff and flakes
- Calms itchy scalps
- Promotes hair growth and thickness
- Stimulates the hair follicles
- Reduces scalp inflammation
- Increases healthy circulation to the scalp
How Often Should You Use Scalp Oil?
How often you use scalp oil depends on your hair type and your personal preference. If you have dry hair, you may want to use scalp oil once or twice a week. If you have oily hair, you may want to use scalp oil less frequently, such as once or twice a month. It’s important to listen to your hair and scalp and adjust your treatments accordingly. If you are using QuickSilverHair scalp oil for hair growth once or twice a week is sufficient.
How to Use Scalp Oil: Step-by-Step Guide
- Start with dry hair
- Part your hair into sections to make it easier to apply the oil
- Apply the oil to your scalp using a dropper or your fingertips
- Massage the oil into your scalp using light circular motions
(focus on thinning areas to promote new growth)
- Continue massaging for 5-10 minutes
- You can comb the oil through your hair if you like
- Leave the oil on your scalp for at least 20 minutes or overnight
- Shampoo it out
Do You Use Scalp Oil Before or After Shampoo?
It’s recommended to use scalp oil before shampooing to allow the oil to penetrate the scalp and hair follicles. This also allows you to loosen up dead skin cells and scalp buildup that you will cleanse away with shampoo.
How Long Should You Leave Oil Treatment on Scalp?
When using an oil with rosemary oil in it, it is best to leave the oil on your scalp for at least 20 minutes to allow the rosemary to soak into the skin and ensure the hair-growth nutrients reach the follicle. For best results, leave it on overnight, massage in before bed and shampoo out in the morning.
Do You Wash Out Scalp Oil?
Yes, you should always wash out scalp oil with warm water and shampoo to remove any excess oil and prevent buildup. Massage your scalp gently with shampoo and rinse thoroughly to avoid leaving any residue on your scalp and hair.
How Do You Wash Your Hair After Oiling It?
To wash your hair after oiling it, follow these steps:
- Wet your hair thoroughly with warm water.
- Apply shampoo to your scalp and massage it gently to lather, allow the lather to run through the lengths of your hair.
- Rinse your hair thoroughly with warm water to remove all the shampoo.
- Apply conditioner to your hair and leave it on for a few minutes.
- Rinse your hair thoroughly.
- Follow with leave-in.
What else should you know about scalp oil treatments?
- Quality oil combined with scalp massage is a natural and effective way to nourish your scalp and hair.
- Helping you to reduce dryness, dandruff, and promote healthy hair growth.
- When using scalp oil, it’s important to choose high-quality oils that are suitable for your hair type and to apply the oil correctly.
- Incorporating scalp oil treatments into your hair care routine, helps with the health of your scalp & hair, healthy hair growth, and may alleviate certain scalp conditions.
- If you’re new to scalp oil treatments, start by trying different oils and finding the one that works best for you. Not all oils work for all hair types.
- Remember, consistency and duration are key, it can take up to six months to see results for new hair growth. For best results, make scalp massages a regular part of your hair care routine.
The Benefits of QuickSilverHair Scalp Oil
I have made both QuickSilverHair Oils with high quality squalane oil to protect your white hair from being stained and they are light and easy to use without feeling greasy or weighing your hair down.
QuickSilverHair Scalp Oil has the superpowers of Rosemary oil to help those of you that have been experiencing hair loss over the last few years.
Even trichologists agree that using rosemary oil for scalp massage is beneficial to your scalp and can help with hair growth.
Rosemary oil combined with the lavender and ginger oils in QuickSilverHair Scalp Oil, provide these many benefits:
- Stimulates circulation to the scalp
- Promotes healthy hair growth
- Provides healthy oils to help soften skin and hair
- Helps with dandruff, psoriasis, & dry-scalp
I hope you found this post educational and helpful.
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As always it is about so much more than the hair.