Aromatherapy And Hair Loss

Aromatherapy has been used for many centuries; dating way back to the Egyptians for different purposes relating to the human body,

Aromatherapy uses the concentrated extracts from flowers, leaves and roots of various plants to assist in the regeneration of the human body and psyche.   

Hair loss has been a problem for as many years as humans have had hair, and Aromatherapy can be used quite successfully in many cases to treat this hair loss.


Specific oils such as cedar wood, lavender, rosemary and thyme have been used to treat alopecia for many years with varying degrees of success. 


It has been discovered that massaging a specific blend of oils into the bald areas of the scalp for two minutes each evening and then wrapping the scalp with a towel will aid the absorption of these oils and further any improvements. 


There have also been scientific experiments carried out with regards to this type of treatment, and it was found that 44% of volunteers noted significant improvements with this type of treatment. 


You will need the following essential oils to help you treat Alopecia 


  • 2 drop - Thyme   
  • 2 drops - Atlas cedar wood   
  • 3 drops - Lavender   
  • 3 drops - Rosemary   


You will also need the following carrier oils: 


  • Jojoba oil - ½ teaspoon  
  • Grapeseed oil - 4 teaspoons  

You need to measure out the essential oils into a small glass jar and mix them well. Then add the carrier oils and mix it all thoroughly. 

Rub this mixture of oils into your scalp for at least two minutes, rubbing it in thoroughly every night and wrap your head in a warm towel after giving your scalp this treatment. 


Here is a list of further essential oils considered suitable for hair loss: 

  • Bay   
  • Cedarwood   
  • Grapefruit   
  • Jojoba oil   
  • Lavender   
  • Lemon   
  • Rosemary   
  • Roman Chamomile   
  • Ylang Ylang  


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Add 2 drops of a chosen essential oil either to the rinse water or to a good vegetable oil. Again it needs to be well massaged into the scalp. Wrap the hair in cling film then place a warm towel around it.


Leave it on for 2 to 3 hours, or if you can, overnight. Shampoo the hair as usual, using a very mild shampoo. The mild shampoo is so you do not damage the sebum balance of your hair.   

To stimulate the circulation in the scalp and improve hair  

Blending bay and lavender essential oil stimulates the scalp and hair follicles and helps your hair remain healthy. Add six drops of above oils to four ounces of a warm carrier oil such as almond, soybean or sesame oil and rub this mixture into the scalp. You must allow it to absorb for 20 minutes.


Then add three drops of bay essential oil to the shampoo you regularly use and wash the hair with this shampoo. 


Avoid rosemary oil if you suffer from high blood pressure or use it infrequently. Keep lemon and grapefruit doses low if you have sensitive skin, as they may cause some irritation.  Do not exceed any of the quantities of essential oils.


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