Best Essential Oils for Your Beard

 

 

What Essential Oils are Essential for the Beard?

Want to know why these specific organic essential oils are necessary for your hair care routine? Hair loss is a struggle people deal with all around the world. Hair loss can occur from genetics, old age, stress and environmental factors. Certain essential oils can easily prevent hair loss in female and male pattern baldness. These essential oils include, peppermint oil, cedarwood oil, pine oil, lemon oil, and Eucalyptus. These oils blended together will prevent your hair from thinning, balding, and moisturizes the hair all at the same time. All these oils can be found in some of our many luxury, organic hair care products,  Habibi Oil and Habibi BalmMaintaining a lusciously full beard, thick healthy hair and tender skin can be a hassle, but with the help of a couple of drops of Habibi Organic Oil other known as liquid gold, you’ll break all the hearts without breaking a sweat. Along with the gorgeously tropical citrus smelling Habibi Balm is truly a magic in a bottle, cramming a bunch of nature’s best ingredients into a single container. At the HabibiLife each of our products are hand-made with all natural and organic ingredients. Nature is always there for us and we’ve managed to harness all the benefits of 100% organic, cold pressed and unrefined oils into one little bottle. 

 

Peppermint Oil

Essential oils have been used for thousands of years in some parts in the world to promote hair growth. However, the use of peppermint for reinvigorating hair growth is generally recent. Peppermint oil is the essence of peppermint extracted into an oil. Some peppermint oils are stronger than others. The strongest types are made using modern distillation techniques and are called essential oils. Some people use peppermint oil as part of their beauty and hair care regimen. The fragrance of peppermint is pleasant and popularly found in hair promoting products like beard oils, shampoos, conditioners, and other products. Hair loss affects millions of men and women, and it can have a negative impact on a person’s mental and social well-being. Hair can make or break a persons confidence so when they are struggling with hair loss, they tend to look for remedies such as essential oils for their hair. The main beneficial use  people get out of using peppermint essential oil is it being a remedy for hair loss. For your hair, peppermint oil  has been known to stimulate the hair follicles, promote growth, and rebalance the scalp. This may be because the menthol in peppermint essential oil is a vasodilator, and vasodilators improve blood flow. In many instances (such as in female or male pattern baldness), hair loss occurs due to starved blood flow to hair follicles. Increasing circulation with a vasodilator like peppermint could potentially improve hair growth and prevent some hair loss. Peppermint essential oil can be a safe home remedy for improving hair growth. How can you use peppermint essential oil to prevent hair loss? One is by direct scalp massage. Massaging peppermint oil to areas where hair may be thinning or balding will promote the blood flow to the hair follicles and will nourish the hair back to health. 

 

 

Cedarwood Oil 

Cedarwood essential oil or its botanical name Cupressus funebris is a substance derived from the needles, leaves, bark, and berries of cedar trees. Cedarwood oil is thought to promote hair growth and reduce hair loss by balancing the oil-producing glands in the scalp. It also has anti fungal and antibacterial properties, which can treat different conditions that may contribute to dandruff or hair loss. A study back in 1995 indicated that people with alopecia areata experienced significant hair growth when given a daily scalp massage of cedarwood. Massaging your scalp with a mixture of cedarwood oil and a carrier oil may also help reduce and soothe an itchy, flaking scalp. This may make it beneficial for treating dandruff and scalp eczema. A few drops of cedar wood oil and a massage to the area of thinning or baldness encourages new hair growth and enhances the appearance of more voluminous hair. This blend can also be applied to other areas of hair growth, such as beards.

Pine Oil

Pine essential oil is perfect for promoting hair growth as it has the same antioxidants that keep bacteria from entering your system through the surface of your skin and prevents them from permeating your scalp. It is known to make your hair strong, thick and healthy. Rich in proteins, Pine essential oil is good for treating hair loss and thinning hair. This means that your can prolong your hairs natural health over a longer period of time with continued use, as well as keep your hair follicles stronger for longer.  The oil also acts as a natural antimicrobial agent, which means that once applied to your hair and scalp, it can help to reduce the amount of bacteria that gather on the surface as well as prevent a buildup of germs over time. It is extremely beneficial in areas like facial hair and beards when it comes to promoting hair growth because it unclogs pores and rids of underlying dirt and bacteria that may be sitting in your pores.  Pine oil is a great treatment for dandruff as it seeks to stop the problem at the source. By getting rid of the germs that cause inflammation and infection, you can help to prevent any further formation of dead skin cells on your scalp and ultimately reduce the signs of dandruff. 

 

Orange Essential Oil

Orange essential oil has a renowned list of benefits. From its citrous scent in your diffuser or the way it promotes hair growth when used on the hair and clears your skin when struggling with acne. Some ways that orange oil promotes hair growth are by soothing an irritated scalp. Orange oil has a soothing effect on irritated skin, which is wonderful news for your scalp. It’s both antiseptic and anti-inflammatory, this makes it perfect for those prone to dandruff and other scalp issues. It is known for moisturizing dry strands. Orange oil is also an excellent moisturizer for brittle hair as it is known to improve the smoothness of strands. It Infuses with hair vitamins by infusing vitamin C into the hair, which is essential for growth. Orange oil also helps prevent hair loss by strengthening your roots and stimulating growth. When applied to areas of struggle, such as balding and thinning hair, the vitamin C present in the oil will help nourish and stimulate the blood flow to the follicles and will attract the growth of hair. This oil also thickens and elongates the hair giving off a voluminous look. It also leaves a shine to your hair leaving it appearing healthy and moisturized

 

Lemon Oil

Lemon Oil and Lemongrass are all excellent natural oils for your hair. The benefits of citric acid in lemons can even address the root of your hair problems. This is especially true if you have a dry scalp or dandruff. The main benefit of using lemon oil for hair care is actually to help control oil buildup, and maintain a healthy scalp. Lemon oil works to balance out their extra sebum production to rid of greasy looking hair. When applying lemon essential oil, make sure to massage the mixture into the scalp. If you have a type of dandruff called seborrheic dermatitis, lemon oil will help absorb excess oils that lead to this common scalp condition and moisturize the scalp at the same time. For people struggling with damaged hair, lemon oil is also known to help rejuvenate brittle, dry hair. This is due to the oil being rich in vitamin C. The Vitamin C in lemon oil helps to to produce collagen which is a crucial element in our hair and skin. 

 

Eucalyptus Oil

Eucalyptus oil is known to stimulate hair growth because of its natural nourishing properties that can help soothe and calm the scalp so that healthy-looking hair can shine through. Eucalyptus oil has anti-inflammatory properties so it is necessary for an irritated, dry and flaky scalp. Eucalyptus in the hair is known to stimulate hair follicles, promote hair growth, relive a dry and itchy scalp, and all in all, improves your hair health. It is proven to kill bacteria and fungi that may reside on your skin and in your hair follicles. When applying these essential oils to your scalp it removes the bacteria that is clogging the pores in your hair that is preventing your hair from growing and lack of circulation. When applying these oils to bad spots and thinning hair, it coats the hair strands and sits in the follicle and stimulates the hair allowing it to grow.

 

 

 

 

 

 



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