Whenever I find a recipe dedicated to hair growth I get just a tad bit intrigued. If you are into mixing oils then this recipe is just right for you.
I have followed Curly Proverbz for about a year now and she is known for her super long thick hair. Along with great hair practices, she shared a video with her hair growth oil recipe.
Whenever the words growth and oil end up in the same sentence there are a few oils that have to be a part of the mix for me to be sold on it. For example you want to include oils that encourage increased circulation to the scalp as well as follicular strength so that your hair is retained.
For this recipe you will need the following:
1-1.5 cups of Coconut oil*
1-1.5 cups of Extra virgin olive oil*
1 tsp – 2 tsp msm
1/2 tsp Vitamin C
Table spoon henna
1/2 cup fenugreek seeds
5 tablespoons of castor oil
5-10 Drops of Tea tree
Carefully add all of your ingredients to a glass jar and mix well. When you want to use your oil just add what you need to an applicator bottle*. Curly Proverbz makes it very clear that you should not use your mix beyond four weeks.
Because this recipe calls for a few ingredients that can cause allergies I want to emphasize that you should test everything especially if you are not familiar with some of the ingredients.
Curly Proverbz added the following notes to her recipe:
Over the years I have tried and tested so many oils and ingredients with reasonable success in growing my hair faster than its usual rate. I used gro aut oil with great success and attained 2 inches if growth in 8 weeks. I made up my own version with additional ingredients and I thought I would share it with you. If you are looking for fast hair growth*, whether your natural or relaxed this is the video for you. This is also suitable for men… so dont be shy give it a go or share it with the man in your life.
As always be sure to do a patch test before use and do not add any ingredients that you are allergic to. IF PREGNANT PLEASE KEEP IT SIMPLE USE COCONUT OIL* OLIVE OIL AND HENNA. Essential oils* are best to be avoided as is msm particularly in the first trimester.
Check out her video: