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Homemade Hair Oil Recipe for Hair Loss| Coconut Oil + Hibiscus + Castor Oil + Vitamin 

Homemade Hair Oil For Hair Loss

During this pandemic, health and wellness have become the foremost topic. Going back to our traditions and rituals may heal us inside out. Bringing you a Homemade Hair Oil Recipe for Hair Loss, as anxiety leads to hair-fall and all of us are going through it. Using pure and natural products, I have concocted this magic potion for stalling hair fall and for luxuriant growth of hair. Do check out this Homemade Hair Oil Recipe for Hair Loss.

Hair is a very sensitive issue for most of us these days. Blame it on pollution, our lifestyles, or proliferating stress but dropping bunches of hair is one of the greatest beauty concerns that most men and women are dealing with today. Styling like perming, straightening and colouring add to the damages. We all desire and are in awe of long, lustrous, and strong hair. Aren’t we?  Losing hair leads to more stress. If you really care for your precious hair, nourish and pamper it to let it thrive. I bring you Homemade Hair Oil Recipe for Hair Loss| Coconut Oil which is totally natural and great nourishment to stall hair fall and strengthen your tresses.

There are hundreds of miracle products that assure quick hair growth and reduce hair fall but how many have worked for you? That’s undoubted because most of these products contain chemicals but promise to give you voluminous movie-star-like-hair you have always longed for.

Homemade Hair Oil Recipe for Hair Loss and Head Massage

The most effective and vital ingredient for hair growth and nourishment is, the traditional method of oiling your hair regularly like a warm oil champi tel maalish. The age-old advice of having a hot oil champi is still one of the time-tested techniques to care for your hair and scalp. Having been born in Coastal Andhra and having access to freshly extracted Coconut oil, my hair was always oiled and braided as a child.

I had hip length hair until after my kids were born, but medications and life, in general, took its toll and my hair reduced to shoulder length. The lockdown has been a boon for my hair and I concocted this magic potion Coconut Oil + Hibiscus + Castor Oil + Vitamin E; it has restored, rejuvenated and repaired my limp hair. This homemade oil has helped in returning the gloss, extreme shedding, or thinness. My hair loss has stopped completely, I now have waist length hair after zealous use of this homemade hair oil.

Homemade Hair Oil Recipe for Hair Loss-Coconut Oil

Pure Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is the best oil for hair. It is single-handedly enough to provide your hair with ample nourishment and recompense any damages. I am sure you’ve heard about the apparent miracle hair growth properties of coconut oil. But I have fortified it with Castor Oil, Hibiscus Flowers and Vitamin E to add an extra punch.

Benefits of Nariyal ka tel as Dadima called it is backed up by science and prominent dermatologists. It is chockfull of anti-oxidants and has essential antifungal & antibacterial properties. With regular use, it mends scalp health, enhances the volume and restores growth. Rich in vitamins and additional nutrients, coconut oil turns your hair shiny, luscious, strong, and absolutely stunning!

Now that you know the numerous benefits of this magical bounty of nature, do use it to get a glossy crop of hair.

Coconut Oil Benefits

Prevents Hair Loss

Helps Grow Hair

Penetrates Deep and Provides Strength

Minimises Protein Loss

 Preserves Moisture

 Has Anti- Bacterial Properties

Stimulates Hair Growth

Prevents Hair Weakness

Prevents Split End

Is a Natural Hair Detangler

Has Cooling Properties

Dives deep in follicles stimulating hair growth

Promotes scalp health and help it fight infections and dandruff.

Moisturizes dry hair

Adds lustre and shine to your precious locks

Castor Oil Benefits

Pure castor Oil

I procure cold-pressed castor oil too from my coconut oil mill.

Castor oil is the finest oil to enrich your scalp.

It contains omega-6 fatty acids and ricinoleic acid, which when massaged onto the scalp helps increase the blood circulation which improves hair growth.

Massaging your scalp with castor oil aids in making the roots stronger and prevent hair fall.

 Has the ability to activate and stimulate hair growth from dormant follicles.

Super Tip- Castor oil is safe to use on eyebrows as well   

Hibiscus Flower Benefits

Hibiscus flowers

The blazing red hibiscus flowers are rich in nutrients such as amino acids that are essential for producing keratin, the building blocks of our hair. These flowers are capable of encouraging hair regrowth even from inactive follicles and bald patches. Leaves and flowers from the hibiscus plant are amazingly moisturizing.

Gives you soft, silky and luscious mane

Cleanses hair

Deep conditions hair

Haircare benefits with Hibiscus Flower

Treats dandruff and itchiness in the scalp

Combats hair loss

 Delays premature greying

 Prevents hair breakage

Did you that a humble garden plant like hibiscus could have solutions to so many of your hair problems!? Well, now you know, put it to good use

How Does Vitamin E Help In Hair Growth?

In recent times, vitamin E has emerged as a holistic solution to all hair woes, especially hair loss Vitamin E is a group of 8 fat-soluble vitamins, rich in antioxidants and is very beneficial for our skin and hair. Just extract the oil from the capsule and add to coconut oil for best results.

Improves Blood Circulation on Scalp

Adds Shine to Your Hair

 Prevents Hair Loss

Vitamin E blocks the wearing away of your scalp tissues due to free radicals, thus, averting hair fall as well as premature greying.

 Balances Oil Production

 Promotes Stronger Hair Growth

Helps to get thick and healthy hair

Cures dandruff

Prevents the occurrence of split ends

Helps restore shine in dull hair

Prevents premature greying of hair

Is a natural hair conditioner

Fights hair fall

Now that you have all the benefits of these wonder products, let me share the recipe for the magic potion.

I have a hibiscus face mask if you would like to check-

Homemade Hair Oil Recipe for Hair Loss| Coconut Oil + Hibiscus + Castor Oil + Vitamin E

INGREDIENTS

500 ml Virgin Coconut Oil or Cold Pressed

6 Dried or fresh hibiscus Flowers

or 

Hibiscus Flower Powder

1 tbsp Castor Oil

2 capsules Vitamin E for Hair

Warm Water

Hair Towel

METHOD

Making this hair oil infused with hibiscus is easy.

You just need a handful of fresh hibiscus flowers

Firstly, heat the coconut oil and add the flowers to it.

Next, heat the mixture and let it cool.

Finally, store in a mason jar.

Just before applying the oil-Usage

Firstly, in a small bowl take 4 tbsp. of the hibiscus infused coconut oil.

Just warm this oil and remove from fire.

Now add a tbsp. of castor oil to it. Stir.

Next, extract the Vitamin E from the capsule and add.

Subsequently, apply the oil on the scalp and hair with a ball of cotton.

Apply all over the scalp and length of hair.

Massage into the hair with circular motions.

Finally, dip a head towel in a bowl of warm water and wrap it around your hair.

Leave it to steep and moisturise the hair for 30 minutes.

Finally, shampoo it off.

This is a very beneficial Hair Mask

You can even leave it overnight and wash in the morning.

Your hairs will shine, look lustrous and healthy. Do this twice a week.

But do remember that Rome was not built in a day!

Similarly, this Homemade Hair Oil Recipe for Hair Loss| Coconut Oil + Hibiscus + Castor Oil + Vitamin E will take at least a couple of months of regular use before showing any positive results.

Shed your stress, not your hair. So, be patient, and let your tresses grow and glow!

 

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  1. Making this hair oil infused with hibiscus is easy.
  2. You just need a handful of fresh hibiscus flowers
  3. Firstly, heat the coconut oil and add the flowers to it.
  4. Next, heat the mixture and let it cool.
  5. Finally, store in a mason jar.
  6. Just before applying the oil-Usage
  7. Firstly, in a small bowl take 4 tbsp. of the hibiscus infused coconut oil.
  8. Just warm this oil and remove from fire.
  9. Now add a tbsp. of castor oil to it. Stir.
  10. Next, extract the Vitamin E from the capsule and add.
  11. Subsequently, apply the oil on the scalp and hair with a ball of cotton.
  12. Apply all over the scalp and length of hair.
  13. Massage into the hair with circular motions.
  14. Finally, dip a head towel in a bowl of warm water and wrap it around your hair.
  15. Leave it to steep and moisturise the hair for 30 minutes.
  16. Finally, shampoo it off.
  17. This is a very beneficial Hair Mask
  18. You can even leave it overnight and wash in the morning.
  19. Your hairs will shine, look lustrous and healthy. Do this twice a week.
Recipe Notes
  1. You can use store-bought coconut oil-results could be slower
  2. U can buy dried hibiscus powder from Amazon
  3. If you don't have a hair towel, use an old t-shirt.
Harjeet Kaur

Harjeet Kaur

My writing was limited to school essays and projects for my kids and out of the blue, my writing career began with writing articles for the magazine section of a reputed national newspaper. I rediscovered my best subject at school and began writing with gusto. I had a weekend column in the newspaper which was well appreciated. I started off writing about Interiors and Gardens and later diverse topics like Fashion, trends, food and events in the city. Juggling my time between various jobs down the years and my writing, I have written content for fliers, brochures for colleges, speeches, social media content and also website content. I love writing and I am open to writing on a plethora of topics. My blog has some interesting insights into my life and travels but now it is mainly a food blog as I am growing organic vegetables and cooking my own produce is very therapeutic. Read my blogs to know me better. I write from my heart and what I write is what I feel... I feel a feel, A funny feel A funny feel, feel I! If you feel the feel I feel You'll feel the same as I!!

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  1. I make my own Hair Oil too, and it gives great results as well. You’ve used all the wonderful hair nourishing ingredients our hair needs, and I am sure they work wonders.

    • Harjeet Kaur says:

      Thanks, Mayuri..Lucky to live in the coastal area with fresh coconuts available…its an age-old way of nourishing hair isn’t it? This recipe I created and it is really working for me.

  2. Deepa Gandhi says:

    I would love to try this oil. I use vitamin E capsules but never tried castor oil and hibiscus flowers. This one sounds good.

    • Harjeet Kaur says:

      Thanks, Deepa..please try..this has worked wonders for my hair..at 56..my hair has stopped falling and actually grown a few inches

  3. Madhu Bindra says:

    My daughter will find this very useful. Although we use coconut oil, have never tried making hair oil at home. Going to try this recipe for sure.

    • Harjeet Kaur says:

      Thank you so much Madhuji..your appreciation means a lot….This is just a mixture f four healthy ingredients for hair..the oil I buy from a mill here.

  4. Varsh says:

    Hibiscus and castor oil are both ingredients that I’ve never used on my hair although they’re known to be quite beneficial. Would give your hair oil a try. Sounds easy to make too.

    • Harjeet Kaur says:

      Thank you Varsha…its a tried and tested foolproof fusion of ingredients which can only help and not harm in any way.Sp please try it.

  5. Archana says:

    Great DIY! I am eagerly waiting to make this homemade oil at my home too, luckily I have all the ingredients in my stock except hibiscus, and I hardly able to see the hibiscus flower in near by, Hair problems is very common and endless, I have to give it a try, I hope there won’t be any side effect!

    • Harjeet Kaur says:

      Thanks Archana…I assure u if u go by the quantities I have shared there is no side effect whatsoever. If you use only castor oil on ur hair then it could be harmful to some skins but not like how I have created a concoction. These are all time tested pure organic ingredients which would really make your hair healthy 🙂

  6. Loved the recipe dear. My mom is having severe hair loss. Will share this with her.

  7. Jyoti Jha says:

    Such nourishing ingredients and quite easy to use. Hairfall is so common these days and becoming a concern for many. These home made hair oils seem very helpful and made out of organic products.

    • Harjeet Kaur says:

      Yes, Jyoti. Hairfall is very common due to stress and pollution plus processed foods. Yes, I have tried out this easy concoction for healthier hair.

  8. I have heard of the benefits of Vitamin E and Castor Oil for hair loss, so your homemade recipe sounds like a sure-shot success for beating that problem! Thank you for sharing!

  9. Cindy DSilva says:

    wow i have a lot of hibiscus growing and drying out in my balcony. i could make this oil as an experiment to avoid hair loss! i have all the ingredients anyway! do we crush the hibiscus or just put it in the oil while heating it for its nutrients?

    • Harjeet Kaur says:

      Lovely to grow then Cindy. Please do try it out. You don’t need to crush then for oil. You can just let them steep in hot oil.

  10. Vartika says:

    My mom also makes hairoil using hibiscus and coconut oil and it works wonders. Will tell her about castor oil too

  11. Alpana says:

    Coconut oil+castor oil is my weekly hair routine and I am very happy with the results. I have a hibiscus tree in my front yard. Will make this oil once the new season comes.

  12. I love to give it try hair oil.ingredients benefits really make it worth try it and best part all ingredients are natural and easy available

  13. Modern Gyspy says:

    My hair have been falling like crazy recently! I’m going to try this recipe for sure and hope it helps combat my hairfall!

  14. Pratibha says:

    This seems an easy recipe! Will try it out.

  15. Kiranmayi G says:

    Thank you for sharing such elaborate post! Much needed in current times when we cannot step out for a spa pamper session and stress levels are high.

  16. Manas Mukul says:

    This recipe gives a feel of some delicious infusion water or tea. Loved the way you are diversifying. Mere baal layega ye…hehe just kidding. Keeping serving the delicious and appealing recipes.

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  17. Sinjana Ghosh says:

    That’s awesome. Any tips to reduce hairfall is most welcome. I will try this recipe. Although I might skip castor oil as it’s too sticky.

  18. Sonia Dogra says:

    I so needed this post. I’ve been using castor and coconut oil but hibiscus would be a new addition as would vit e. Thank you.

  19. hema gayatri says:

    this seems to be a saviour. i am gonna prepare this one or my dry and lifeless hair #MyFriendAlexa #Hemareads http://www.zenithbuzz.in

  20. PraGun says:

    Thanks for sharing detailed stepwise video and pics for this homemade oil.
    I’ve heard a lot of beneficial properties of hibiscus.
    It’s not that difficult as it seems, will surely try.

  21. I boil curry leaves and methi seeds in coconut oil and let it set to cool..thenadd castor oil to it. This is my hair oil..i don’t know how people survive without oiling their hair… During lockdown though, I became lazy as the ample of house chores due to the absence of maids use to tire me up. I hardly used to take care of my hair or skin. Due to which they had split ends and became too dry and rough. I had hair cut recently and now they are fine. I make sure to oil them as much as i can…. Hibuscus flower is a bit hard to find near by me… But if I get my hands on them, I will surely give this oil a try too.

  22. Rashi Roy says:

    I need to try this one for sure. Have tried everything but hair fall doesn’t stop. Hope this one will work. Thanks for sharing the details.

  23. Ruchi Nasa says:

    Will surely like to try but how will get Hisbiscus flowers in this desert.

  24. Aesha Shah says:

    I am glad I participated in MY Friend Alexa and got to know about you. After reading your bio, I would like to follow your blog and become a regular reader.
    Now about this wonderful Hair Oil post. I am going to surely prepare it and use it particularly now that winters are approaching and I have very dry hair. My scalp doesn’t get dry and I do not dandruff issues but my hair quality is becoming dry by the day so I think it lacks nourishment. Hibiscus hair oil will surely work for me.

    • Harjeet Kaur says:

      Thank you so much for your appreciation Aesha..great to know u thru this challenge.Yes, winters make the scalp dry and so do AC. It is always good to nourish the hair

  25. I have used Vitamin E capsules & sometimes castor oil as well. But using Hibiscus is something that I learned from your post. The combination must work wonders, I am sure. I lack at being consistent but I am really going to try preparing this at home and store it for future use. The video embedded in your article was like icing on the cake & made it easier to understand. Thank you for sharing this secret formula with us.

  26. This is a very easy recipe for hair oil that will stop hair loss. I will try it our soon as I am facing a lot of hair loss. Need to get castor oil for this.

  27. y hair has been falling a lot lately and I have been trying a few home remedies. The homemade hair oil recipe seems promising. Will definitely give it.atry.

    • Harjeet Kaur says:

      Thanks Dipali..my hair was also falling a lot and that’s when I concocted this formula and it worked wonders for my hair

  28. I love coconut oil and actually use it exclusively for my hair with occasional castor oil.Grear tips for preventing hair fall

  29. Trablogger says:

    I still remember, except for the vitamins, In Kerala, these were the ingredients used by the past generation to take care of their hair. Hibiscus leaves were crushed to make natural shampoo. Sadly those days were long gone though!

  30. Richa Mina says:

    i feel as if i’m loosing hair in kilos. I so much needed something to save my hair. I’m going to try it out Thanks for sharing

  31. Ninu Nair says:

    A close friend of mine recently recommended hibiscus but I was in two minds but now reading this, surely going to try this combination for my hair.

  32. The time has come in my life when I am hiding the patches on my head. I will try your hair oil and see if it make any difference.

  33. i have never tried hibiscus in my hair oil, would definitely try this. And would give a pampering time to me.

  34. Shamik says:

    This is gonna be very effective post for many. I downloaded the printable format of the recipe. Thanks for sharing this important stuff.

  35. Leha says:

    I was looking for something that can reduce hair fall. Can we use hibiscus powder and normal coconut oil in the ingredients? Not sure I can get the fresh ones.

    • Harjeet Kaur says:

      It is very good for hair fall Leha..mine was falling in bunches. Yes u can use hibiscus powder which is available as long as it is organic

  36. Ranjini says:

    Until a few years ago, we used to have herb infused oil at home at all times. Hair used grow so fast and there was barely any Hairfall. Now grandmother is old and weak. So she doesn’t prepare anymore.

  37. Srikanth says:

    Thanks for such a nice post, going to plan to get this done at home and try it out.. Corporate life ruins the balance and enhances stress and this sounds like the perfect solution I was looking for.

  38. I knew all these ingredients work great for hair but was not aware of Vit.E. I have used them on my face and I have experienced the results. But I think this mixture will also give great results as all the ingredients are superb for good hair. Will try this out. My hair badly needs care.

    • Harjeet Kaur says:

      Thanks, Debi..yes Vitamin E capsules have concentrated Vit E oil and it is very good for hair.I use for facial as well.

  39. Manisha Garg says:

    I prefer to use both henna and indigo powder too. They are safe and work best in the long run.

  40. Beautiful clicks, I love coconut oil a lot for my hair

  41. Jayanthi says:

    Sounds like a good recipe to prevent hair loss…will surely try it…

  42. This is such an helpful post, especially would be useful during postpartum. Could you please suggest any brands for for Vitamin E? Also, a small tip would be to add a handful of curry leaves too.

  43. writenlive says:

    I am sure this hair oil works wonders. It is always a good idea to nourish hair and take good care of it to look lustrous and be healthy.

  44. This looks like a good solution to stop all that precious hair collecting on the floor.
    I tried castor oil but found it to be too stcky and difficult to wash off later. What do you suggest?
    Otherwise all the other ingredients are most beneficial I’m sure.
    Loved the last lines of the post by the way – shed your stress not your hair! 😄

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