Today I wanted to talk about the natural ways to increase blood circulation to the scalp and to promote hair growth. There are different ways to approach this technique, but one of the essential parts of this starts with the scalp.
While it is essential to take care of your hair internally, externally, etc., the main area that I want to focus on is the scalp.
There are also various natural ways to increase blood circulation to the scalp. The first simple step starts with your essential scalp massage.
1. Scalp Massages
Scalp massages also increase hair thickness by stretching the cells of hair follicles and by stimulating the follicles to produce thicker hair. They also stimulate blood vessels in the skin and encourage hair growth. I love to massage my scalp 3 X a week and sometimes run a vent brush through my hair and on the scalp to stimulate it. It gets the blood flowing.
2. Cleanse Your Scalp
Washing your hair is another essential part of promoting healthy hair growth and can encourage a healthy scalp. You may want to extend the time between washes for coarse hair because of how dry the hair can be. Also, use a scalp massager while washing the hair to help slough off dead skin cells and dirt. I like to wash my hair every two weeks, this allows my hair to stay hydrated in-between washes, and I always make sure to scrub my scalp when it is time to wash it.
3. Use Essential Oils
Essential oils are also helpful in promoting proper blood circulation to the scalp. Oils such as peppermint and castor oil are two prevalent oils that will stimulate the scalp. I like to use pre-mixed oils in everyday household hair products, such as the ORS HAIRepair coconut oil and baobab oil that contains vital oils that promote hair growth and stimulate my scalp.
I also like to apply argan oil with a dropper tool to my scalp. Now and then, I can feel the blood rushing through my scalp and know that my hair is growing. Oils also provide the scalp with the proper nourishment it needs.
4. Hair Growth Stimulators
Hair growth Stimulators are another type of product that I use on my scalp. I use them once a week and apply after I have just washed, blowdried, and flat ironed my hair. Hair growth stimulators are serums that contain vital ingredients that are backed by ancient science.
They also energize the hair follicles, promote a healthy scalp, and contain essential oils and vitamins to promote more blood circulation to the scalp.
One of my favorite Hair Growth Serums is a relatively new product that my scalp has been loving. It is the Creme of nature Aloe and Black Castor Oil root recharge serum. I love it and would recommend this for someone who wants to treat their scalp.
5. Proper Diet
You are what you eat! Proper diet is also another factor that involves adequate treatment from the inside and out. You can start with a good multivitamin and make sure that you take it daily, then you must also be aware of your daily food intake to benefit from this. Foods such as chicken, beef, fish, mushrooms, brown rice, peanuts, and avocados contain all the nutrients you need to promote hair growth.
With these five tips, you can implement a great routine to promote and stimulate blood circulation to your scalp. You may not notice it now, but every step counts in the long run!