Benefits of Peppermint Oil on your hair

Benefits of Peppermint Oil on your hair

The go to plant your grandmother told you about is still the go to plant today.

Peppermint belongs to the Mint family with Spearmint, Water Mint, and Forest Mint.

Peppermint oil has been known to be amongst one of the most versatile oils in the world, right up there with Lavender.  Its scent is comparable to Menthol, it's fresh, sharp and definitely an eye opener.

Mint is a solid remedy to an itchy scalp, the properties neutralize certain pathogenic micro-organisms on the skin’s surface which makes it so perfect for combatting a dry, itchy scalp.

How to use Peppermint oil for hair loss.

Hair loss is a distressing condition that is associated with nutritional, natural or medical conditions. For example, androgenetic alopecia in men, or baldness is increasingly recognized as a physically and psychologically serious medical condition that often requires a professional care by generalist clinicians.

  • Add a little of this beauty to your shampoo and conditioner bottles for your wash routine. Five drops per ounce of shampoo or conditioner is just enough and enjoy the goodness. 


  • Massage a little oil into your scalp and leave on for 15 to 20 minutes then  wash your hair with shampoo. Do  not get scared of the tingly sensation, it's just the Menthol loving on your scalp.

Continued these steps as needed.


Hair Health

  • Solves Dry Scalp Problems

We all get that dry scalp every now and then but some more than others. Peppermint oil is perfect for  soothing the scalp while kicking irritation. Due to its excellent moisturizing properties it helps to hydrate your dry scalp while you go about your day. After applying the oil it will nourish your hair and scalp, but also moisturize it nicely.


  •  Strengthens The Roots

Peppermint oil is rich in pulegone and mentone, which strengthens your hair roots and helps in preventing hair loss.


  • Increases Circulation

Peppermint oil can cause a cold, tingling feeling when it increases circulation to the area it’s applied to. This can help promote hair growth during the anagen (or growing) phase.

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