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I researched for months to find a hair growth aid that could help me to grow an inch in a month. After sifting through mountains of information, I came across MzBeautifulBarnes on YouTube who talked about a DIY hair growth oil … right up my alley! You can watch her video below.
I decided to give it a try. Here is what you will need:
- An 8-10 oz applicator bottle.
- Sublimed sulfur powder.
- Any oil(s) of choice. I use organic extra virgin coconut oil or pure, cold-pressed castor oil.
- Your favorite essential oil. I love rosemary essential oil.
- Add 1 tsp of sulfur to an applicator bottle.
- Add 8 oz. (1 cup) of any oil of your choice.
- You have just made your very own sulfur-based hair growth aid. Enjoy your new hair growth!
WHAT I DID
Every night before going to bed, I applied this DIY sulfur hair growth oil to my scalp (not the length of my hair). I dabbed it on with an applicator bottle. (As time went on, though, I felt that my Roots Only bottle did a better job of evenly distributing the oil and prevented me from applying too much.) I massaged my scalp for 2-4 minutes and did the GHE 5 nights a week (usually Monday – Friday). I followed my normal wash routine. I DID NOT rinse out the oil each night or co-wash during the week. I did this for 3 weeks. At the end of 21 days, I gained 0.50″ in hair growth. Week 4, I did the inversion method using the sulfur mix as my hot oil.
My hair measured 7.0″ at the end of October and 7.5″ at the end of November. After using the sulfur hair growth oil for 4 weeks (28 days), my hair now measures 8.5″ all over. I gained an inch in one month!!! Woot! Woot!
Unfortunately, I got a virus on my computer that deleted several of my media files, among which were my BEFORE photos. (Sigh.) So, I only have my AFTER pics. But, hopefully, you have read my blog long enough now to know that I am honest. Here are my results …