Black Cumin Oil offers several hair benefits. Read on for ways to use Black Seed Oil, including How to Treat Dandruff Naturally with Black Cumin Oil.
About Black Cumin Oil
Black Cumin Oil or Black Seed Oil effectively treats skin conditions such as chronically dry skin, eczema, and psoriasis. Black Cumin Oil also can treat a dry scalp and enhance hair growth.
Why use Black Cumin Oil for Dry Hair and Scalp Conditions
Since it kills fungal infections and is an anti-inflammatory, Black Cumin Oil is great when diluted with a carrier oil to soothe scalp conditions that cause flakiness, and sensitivity. It is an ideal treatment for dandruff.
Black Cumin Oil is an adjuvant, meaning it works well with other ingredients to provide therapeutic effects. Combining Black Cumin Oil with Jojoba or Grapeseed Oils maximizes its’ ability to treat skin issues on the scalp and enhance hair growth.
How to Use Black Cumin Oil for Dandruff
- Add a few drops of Black Cumin Oil to a teaspoon of the base oil of your choice. Jojoba and Grapeseed Oils are excellent carrier oils that benefit the scalp. Jojoba binds to dead skin cell flakes and gently exfoliates them away. Grapeseed Oil removes harmful DHT from the scalp.
- Apply Black Cumin Oil at 1-inch partings.
- Massage into the scalp gently and let absorb for at least one hour before shampooing hair.
- This treatment can be done multiple times a week to treat dandruff and other dry scalp conditions.
Black Cumin Oil smells like Oregano.
Black Cumin Oil or Black Seed Oil treats skin chronically dry skin, eczema, and psoriasis. Black Cumin Oil also can treat a dry scalp and enhance hair growth. It works well on dandruff
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