Four Simple Ways to Use Eucalyptus Oil for Hair Growth

Eucalyptus oil is a potent antiseptic that can be used to stimulate hair growth. It also helps with dandruff and dry scalp conditions.


The oil should be diluted with other ingredients prior to use. You will only need to use no more than 10 drops to your hair products.
  1. You can combine eucalyptus oil with other essential oils which will not be harmful. It can be applied directly to the scalp as a massaging treatment. For a precaution, it’s best to do a patch test on your scalp to ensure that you do not have an allergic reaction or scalp irritation. 
  2. It can also be used as an extra cleansing agent inside your shampoo. While massaging the scalp, it will aid in stimulation of the scalp and hair follicles. It will increase blood circulation. This essential oil also increases elasticity which makes the roots stronger and reduces split ends and hair breakage.
  3. You can use as an hot oil treatment by adding additional base oils like olive oil to increase shine.
  4. You can also use it in your deep conditionersor add to your water bottle including your favorite oil to make your own conditioning spray.
This is a quick way to stimulate growth and aid in a healthy scalp. But, always make a healthy diet your first priority including drinking lots of water for hydration.

It has many beneficial properties which include anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antiviral, antibacterial properties.
Eucalyptus oil has many other properties which include anti-inflammatory, antiviral and antibacterial properties that will eliminate muscle pain caused by arthritis. It also can be used to stop the itch of insect bites and heals cuts and scrapes.

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