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How to stimulate hair growth
Thinning hair or losing hair is always a cause of stress, and almost works in vicious cycle, the more you see your hair fall, the more you stress over it and the cycle continues.
There are many causes of hair loss; at times it could be due to stress, poor diet, and hormonal imbalances or just by damaging your hair by too much colouring. Although one cannot work miracles, there is a lot you can do to improve the condition of your hair and encourage re growth.
- Rosemary and Nettle are herbs often used on natural hair care products. Rosemary will help unclog follicles and promote hair growth. Lavender also promotes circulation to the scalp.
- Nettle is rich in vitamins and minerals. It is also great for promoting blood circulation and helps stimulate hair growth. This is why we have included these herbs in our Stimulator Herbal Shampoo. Circulation is essential as this fresh blood supply carries essential nutrients to the hair root which helps to encourage new growth
- Massaging the scalp with a good oil or hair lotion such as our Stimulator Lotion can really help encourage hair growth and improve the quality of existing hair. Oils such as Jojoba oil help provide nourishment and prevent further damage to the hair.
- Rosemary, Bay, Lavender once again for their stimulating properties have been formulated in the Stimulator Lotion. For the complete treatment experience, the Stimulator Herbal Shampoo works best with the Stimulate and Balance herbal conditioner along with the Stimulator Lotion.
- Saw Palmetto is also a herb known to help especially with male baldness, it can be taken internally as a tincture or even mixed with hair oil and applied topically.
Daily scalp massage helps a great deal as it encourages stimulation to the scalp and promotes healthy growth of hair. Avoid too much blow drying, over washing and colouring.
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