Ginger has entered our houses as superfood by now. It helps us fight cold, makes us feel more energetic, and it is also very important for skincare, so it’s no wonder that it is also very good for our hair. It boasts a lot of energizing, antioxidant, seboregulating and stimulating properties for blood circulation. It is also rich in vitamins, mineral salts, amino acids and essential oils.
The most suitable spice for stimulating hair growth
Ayurvedic tradition considers this Chinese plant as the spice best suited to stimulate hair growth.
It lends itself particularly well for do-it-yourself recipes.
Compress to help hair growth
Ginger is a precious ingredient for stimulating blood microcirculation, which in turn brings essential nutrients for hair bulb well-being.
Mix in a pie dish 1 spoon of grated fresh ginger and a spoon of almond oil, then gently massage the scalp, but for a long time and with circular movements, let it act for about 30 minutes wearing a shower cap, in the end proceed with a normal shampoo.
Ginger mask for fat hair
This mask is a true cure-all to reduce the excess of sebum on hair and scalp and it allows the skin to breathe favoring a much quicker hair growth.
Amalgamate in a container 2 spoons of grated fresh ginger, 3 teaspoons of sweet almond oil and 2 spoons of biological lemon juice, apply while massaging gently, but insistently, let it act for about 20 minutes and then proceed to wash normally. After a month you will see amazing effects.
Ginger anti-dandruff lotion for revitalizing hair bulbs
It manages, thanks to its natural antiseptic properties, to remove dandruff.
Pour 2 spoons of grated fresh ginger root in 2 cups of water, bring to boiling point until its volume is roughly halved, then remove it and add 1 teaspoon of biological lemon and a teaspoon of olive oil, after that let it cool down, until it becomes warm and at this point rub down energetically for about 5 minutes and then proceed with a normal wash.
Treatment to stimulate hair growth and reactive scalp circulation
Amalgamate in a little cup 1 teaspoon of finely grated fresh ginger, a teaspoon of sesame oil or jojoba oil.
Apply on damp hair massaging energetically and deeply for about fifteen minutes, you will feel your head getting hot, which means ginger is acting, let it rest for other 15 minutes, after that rinse with a natural shampoo without parabens and warm water. For a shock treatment, the compress can be left all night long after having massaged and worn a shower cap, the next morning rinse adundantly with water.
Stimulant treatment for microcirculation
Grate the ginger root and heat it in a pot with some water, when it is hot take it off the fire, make sure the compress is not too hot by pouring some drops on your wrist, after that spread it where the bald areas are massaging in a circular way. Wear a shower cap and let it act for forty minutes
Ginger mask to accelerate hair growth
Grate a fresh ginger root, add a teaspoon of jojoba oil and mix for a long time. To thicken the mixture, which will result too liquid, add 3 teaspoon of ginger powder and 1 teaspoon of turmeric. Then add 10 drops of essential oil of your choice between rosemary, lavender, lemon or geranium.
At this point apply the mask, gently massaging with your fingertips, to help the ingredients penetrate in your skin. Wrap your head with a film and let it act for thirty minutes.
Proceed to wash carefully, keeping in mind that turmeric tends to color the skin and the length of the hair. We recommend using this treatment twice a week before shampooing.
Ginger shampoo against hair loss
Put a teaspoon of grated ginger in 100 ml of biological shampoo and let it rest for about a day. Shake the bottle well and proceed to wash normally.
Ginger is a spice that causes a slight tingling, therefore we always recommend, before proceeding with any application, positioning a small quantity behind the auricle. If there are no annoying skin reactions, it is possible to apply all the treatments we have already listed.