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5 Natural Ways to Get Longer, Stronger, More Lustrous Hair

How to get longer, stronger, shinier hair

One of the hottest topics, and a question we get almost daily, “how can I make my hair longer/stronger/shinier/fuller?”

Here are our top 5 tips for healthier locks

1. Rosemary Scalp Massage

Rosemary, Rosemary, Rosemary. Yes, the rumours are true; Rosemary is incredible for the hair and scalp. Rosemary’s liposolvent action helps to unclog blocked hair follicles. When hair follicles get clogged by excess oil, they aren't able to produce strong, vital hair; sometimes they’re so blocked they can’t produce hair at all! Add a few drops of Rosemary Highland essential oil to the bristles of your hair brush, brush thoroughly from roots to tips. Or, if you aren’t a hair brusher, put a few drops of Rosemary Highland onto the tips of your fingers and massage them into your scalp. 

2. Make a Rosemary Hydrosol Hair Mist

For stronger, shinier, more lustrous hair, spritz with Rosemary Verbenone Hydrosol on the daily. Use Rosemary Hydrosol on it’s own, or with our Hair Health Blend added to it, as a strengthening hair mist. Use this mister as a refresh for curls or a leave-in treatment after you wash. Spritz liberally and often, your hair will love it!

3. Overnight Hair Hydration

If your hair is dry, brittle and prone to breakage, start incorporating an overnight hair mask ~ once a week. We designed our Overnight Hair Hydrator to deeply hydrate and repair the hair. It’s also made with calming, sleep inducing botanicals so you’ll be sure to get your beauty sleep ;) You can also make your own hair mask by combining our Hair Health Blend with Jojoba Oil

4. Geranium Rose Dandruff Treatment

If dandruff is what’s standing in your way on the path to healthier hair, Geranium Rose is your girl. Simply massage a few drops of Geranium Rose into the areas of your scalp that are being affected by dandruff. Do this right after you’ve washed your hair; it’ll keep dandruff at bay by balancing the oil production in the scalp and fighting the fungal infection that causes dandruff. 

5. Cold Water Rinse

A super simple - though slightly uncomfortable - habit you can incorporate for stronger, shinier hair is the cold water rinse. At the very end of your shower, after you’ve shampooed and conditioned, do one last rinse turning the shower all the way over to cold water. This blast of cold on the scalp will bring fresh blood flow and strengthen the hair follicles. Bonus - this type of hydrotherapy also strengthens the immune system!
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