Homemade Cream For Faster Hair Growth

Finding the right cream to use in treatments can make a big difference in how well your hair grows and looks. There are many brands that offer different levels of quality of their products, but some do not contain any ingredients that help promote healthy growth.

Some of these additives include alcohol, paraffin, denatured alcohol, or ethanol as an active ingredient, which are all completely unnecessary. Having adequate circulation is important to keeping your skin and blood vessels functioning properly, and the same goes for your hair!

Alcohols such as methyl salicylate and dimethyl polysiloxane (DMPS) can have negative effects on hair growth. Methyl salicylate has been linked to hyperpigmentation and dryness while DMPS works by blocking the water channels in the scalp. This could potentially lead to loss of tone and density due to lack of moisture.

This article will talk about two natural alternatives to those mentioned above. They are cocoa butter and argan oil. Both of these oils are very expensive, however. It is cost-effective to find ways to source them directly from your own home. Luckily, there are several recipes you can make yourself that work just as well if not better than the ones that already exist.

There are three main components of this recipe: arginine, coconut milk, and either cocoa butter or olive oil. All three of these must be mixed together and applied at least twice per week to see results.

Olive oil

homemade cream for faster hair growth

Many people use olive oil to improve their hair growth. This is typically done through applying olive oil in your scalp and washing it off, but you can also add some olive oil to your shampoo or conditioner to achieve the same result.

Olive oil contains antioxidants that promote healthy skin and internal health. It also works as an external antioxidant because it is very stable and does not break down until heated above 140°F.

There are two main reasons why using olive oil for hair may work. First, it acts as a humectant — it draws moisture out of the air and into your hair. Second, it helps feed the hairs in the roots so they grow faster.

To try this method for yourself, start with rubbing one small drop onto each area of wet hair (one section at a time) and then rinse thoroughly. Make sure to mix the oils with water first before rinsing!

I hope you gave yourself or someone else the gift of beautiful hair by trying one of these tips! If you have another tip, leave it in the comments below and help others find it.

Sunflower oil

homemade cream for faster hair growth

Most people are familiar with olive oil, but there is another very common oil that you can use in your daily life to improve your hair growth. That oil is sunflower oil.

Sunflower oil is made up of omega-6 fatty acids which help promote healthy skin, oral health, and general well-being. It also helps decrease inflammation and aid in weight loss by acting as an appetite suppressant.

However, it was not until more recent studies were conducted that we learn about its potential benefits for hair growth.

Researchers tested several types of oils (including sunflower) on human scalp cells in a laboratory to see what would be the best way to boost hair growth.

They found that sunflower oil worked the most effectively at promoting cell development and growth.

Sweet almond oil


One of the most common oils used in beauty products is sweet almond oil. It is considered to be one of the best natural skin moisturizers due to its high content of omega-6 fats. These are also referred to as linoleic acid because they arise from plants, in this case almonds!

Almond oil helps promote healthy hair growth by acting as an allergen to prevent thinning of the hair. If you experience loss of hair due to stress or poor diet, try using coconut or olive oil instead so that you do not need to use almond oil to see results.

However, if you would like to use almond oil as a supplement, make sure it is pure and does not contain any additives. There are some brands which purport to be “certified organic” but may still contain things such as vitamin supplements. Make sure to look up what ingredients each ingredient contains before buying it.

Avocado oil

homemade cream for faster hair growth

Another way to use avocado oil is as a direct hair growth treatment. Many people have success using this ingredient to promote strong, healthy hairs that grow quickly.

Many beauty brands sell products containing avocado oil or bake their oils in the process of manufacturing so they can add it to the finished product. It’s important to make sure your bottle doesn’t contain any alcohol or other chemicals that could potentially harm you.

We don’t recommend replacing all of your current shampoo and conditioner with only avocados though! That would be very expensive!

Instead, try mixing one tablespoon of virgin olive oil and one teaspoon of dried coconut powder in a cup of warm water. Let your hair soak in this mixture for at least half an hour before rinsing it out.

Cleanses your hair of dirt, toxins, and excess sebum (skin lipids) which can prevent proper hair growth.

Castor oil


One of the most popular oils used in cosmetic treatments is castor oil. Many people use it to improve their hair growth or even treat hair loss. It works by stimulating the hairs that are already there to grow faster!

Castor oil can be applied directly onto your scalp or mixed into a moisturizer or cream for more efficient absorption. While not all individuals have the same reaction to castor oil, most people notice improved hair growth after several applications.

There are some reports indicating that applying one drop of extra-virgin olive oil along with two drops of liquid glucose may work better than pure castor oil when trying to stimulate hair growth.

Jojoba oil


Another frequently used oils in hair growth treatments is jojoba oil. Jojoba oil is an expensive oil, but it does work! It can be directly applied to your scalp or mixed into a moisturizer to be spread onto your scalp.

Jojoba oil acts as a protective layer against external factors such as chemicals, heavy metals, and other substances that could damage hair follicles. When using products with jojoba oil in them, make sure to wash your hands well to avoid passing over potential allergens like sesame seeds or soy sauce.

There are some reports of people who use large quantities of jojoba oil experiencing symptoms similar to those seen in patients with lupus. Because individuals with lupus often have problems absorbing nutrients, we cannot recommend using large amounts of jojoba oil until there are no adverse effects.

Silk oil


One of the most common oils used in hairdressing is silk oil. This oil comes from opening up fresh cuts or shaved areas of your hair and applying olive or coconut oil to soak up some of the oil. Then, you can use a spoon to mix it with melted pure silk powder to create an easy to use cream that works just as well if not better than professional grade products!

Silk powder is usually sold in a pack of 100 tablespoons which costs around $20-30 depending on the seller. However, making your own does not cost much more than this!

You will need about 2 teaspoons of dry silk powder per batch of cream you make so do not worry about going too expensive on the product! When mixing the cream, do not add too much liquid at once as this may cause clogging of the bottle. Only slowly pour in enough so that it mixes properly.

The trick is to only use slightly more powder than oil so that there is no hardening of the mixture due to lack of moisture. Also, remember that this recipe should be stored in a sealed container so that it does not go bad.

Vitamin E oil


Many people have success using vitamin E oil to improve hair growth. This includes those who suffer from thinning of their hair or no hair at all!

Vitamin E is an antioxidant that helps protect your skin, muscles, and internal organs from oxidative stress. It also acts as a natural antiseptic so it can be used directly on wounds or areas of dry skin to promote healing.

Using a drop or two of vitamin E oil onto your hands every day will help keep your skin soft and smooth. You can also apply it directly to your scalp to aid in healthy hair growth.

However, before applying vitamin E to your hair, make sure you do not have any sensitive skin or are allergic to justine or aspirin which both contain salicylic acid, a key ingredient in most vitamins A and E products.

Test a small patch of skin to see if it works for you before investing in a larger amount.

By Ishan Crawford

Prior to the position, Ishan was senior vice president, strategy & development for Cumbernauld-media Company since April 2013. He joined the Company in 2004 and has served in several corporate developments, business development and strategic planning roles for three chief executives. During that time, he helped transform the Company from a traditional U.S. media conglomerate into a global digital subscription service, unified by the journalism and brand of Cumbernauld-media.

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