The thymoquinone, a component found in Black Seed Oil that has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties helps create a supportive scalp environment for healthy hair growth. We know, healthy hair cannot grow from a scalp that’s inflamed. Knowing that hair loss is often caused by inflammation, those anti-inflammatory and anti-fungal benefits in Black Seed Oil make it a pretty effective scalp-soother. Using Black Seed Oil on the scalp for at least 3 months will also help to wrap strands with moisture, protect hair from breakage and split ends – scalp feels moisturized, hair is stronger and healthy-looking. It is true that some people prefer to take Black Seed Oil hair supplement, but to minimize risk for systemic side effects, topical application is better.
Benefits of Black Seed Oil for hair:
How to use:
Apply the Black Seed Oil to hair that hasn't been shampooed, and allow the oil to work for a minimum of 30 minutes. You can also sleep with the treatment in your hair. Just be sure to use a pillowcase that you don't mind getting oily. You can also mix it with another carrier oil such as olive, coconut, or castor oil to boost its efficiency.
If you don't have any scalp condition or hair loss, and you're looking for a simple way to improve the health of your hair and scalp, this ancient healing oil is a great product to start with.
For more accurate advice, make an appointment with a trichologist or dermatologist who specializes in hair and scalp health. We always recommend to do a patch test before applying Black Seed Oil all over the scalp