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Essential Oils To Help Curls Grow Faster

by Chelsea Castonguay
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Essential Oils To Help Curls Grow Faster


Many curly girls say they wish their curls would grow longer, faster. When you're trying to grow your strands out, it can seem as though it takes forever. Therefore, we've compiled a list of essential oils to help curls grow faster. As always, try a spot testing before using oils all over your scalp.

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Essential Oils To Help Curls Grow Faster
Rosemary oil:

Not only does this essential oil have a wonderful smell, it also encourages healthy curl growth. Therefore, you can add it to your favorite curl care shampoo to help foster a healthy scalp. The rosemary will remove excess build up, and help let your scalp breathe.

Tea tree:

This oil has so many amazing benefits, and one particularly is that it can help slow down curl loss. Less curl loss means your strands will increase in length more quickly. You can purchase tea tree shampoos, or add tea tree oil right to your current shampoo and conditioner. After a scalp massage, your strands will feel refreshed, and your scalp will be cleared of build up.

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Lavender oil:

Not only does this oil have a soothing, wonderful smell, it also provides antibacterial properties. This means your scalp will be cleared of the fungus and bacteria that causes dandruff.

Wheat germ oil:

While this isn't exactly an essential oil, this oil will help repair any damaged or broken strands. When your curls aren't prone to splits or damage, it's much more likely they'll be able to grow longer and stronger. If you're feeling as though your strands are often prone to damage, add wheat germ oil to your deep conditioning treatment and allow the product to sit for at least 30 minutes on your curls.

Argan oil:

This oil has been having a serious moment among curly girls, and it's because it works. Argan oil is lightweight and yet provides great moisture and hydration for strands.

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