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How To Encourage Curl Growth At Home

by Chelsea Castonguay
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How To Encourage Curl Growth At Home


If you're trying to grow your curls, you don't need to drop a bundle on expensive salon treatments. Instead, you can DIY some treatments for growth right at home. Here's how to encourage curl growth at home. Gives these DIY treatments a try. You might even already have most of these ingredients ready to go in your pantry! Additionally, you can customize each treatment to make a unique treatment for you. Let us know which you prefer!

How To Encourage Curl Growth At Home
Coconut oil:

This treatment is ultra simple yet super effective. Coconut oil breaks up build up, which can clog your follicles. This leads to sluggish curl growth. Warm 2 tablespoons of coconut oil in your hands, and apply it directly to the scalp. Use your fingertips to massage it in. Allow it to sit for 60 minutes, and shampoo out.

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This underrated treatment encourages growth by stimulating the follicles. Take this lightweight oil and massage it directly into your scalp, focusing on areas that might seem thin or need extra encouragement for growth. Allow it to sit for 1-2 hours, and then remove with warm water and shampoo.

Green tea:

It's not really surprising that green tea is on this list. Not only is full of powerful antioxidants, which will remove free radicals from your strands, it's also full of caffeine. When it comes to growing healthy curls, caffeine can help stimulate sluggish follicles. Steep a cup of green tea, and use it to rinse your strands after it's cooled down.

Rosemary oil:

This treatment couldn't be any easier! Select your favorite carrier oil, such as castor, coconut, or olive oil, an add in 10-15 drops of oil. Apply directly to your scalp and massage in. Allow the mixture to sit for an hour, and then shampoo out. Follow up with your favorite conditioners.

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