Sweet Almond Oil has many properties including anti-inflammatory and immunity-boosting. It also reduces hypertrophic scarring post-operatively, smoothens, and rejuvenates the skin. This is so because of its emollient and sclerosant properties. These make it an ideal candidate for a hair loss solution.
Olive Oil is known to be anti-inflammatory. It is also said to promote hair growth by inducing the proliferation of Dermal Papilla Cells of the Hair Follicle which are primarily responsible for the induction and maintenance of the growth and differentiation of epithelial cells. Oleuropein may also cause early entry of telogenic follicles into the anagen phase thus promoting growth. It also helps maintain anagen thus promoting sustained hair growth. Oleuropein could promote the induction of angiogenesis by changes in the vascular network of the skin.
Sunflower Seed Oil is the second most utilized base oil in the hair oil industry on account of its non-freezing property and its odorless ness at ambient temperature. It is a triglyceride of linoleic acid. Linoleic acid is an omega-6 fatty acid that is vital to human health, as they maintain bone health, regulates metabolism, supports the reproductive system, and even stimulates the growth of skin and hair. It can not only protect your hair and hydrate it, but it can also reverse cellular damage caused by free radicals. Even further, fatty acids found within sunflower oil have been proven to elongate the hair strand and increase the number of hair follicles. It is a rich source of Vitamin E and Vitamin K.
Arnica montana is a widely used herbal and homeopathic medicine for hair growth stimulation as it rejuvenates the scalp, stimulates the hair follicles by improving the blood flow, and prevents premature hair fall. Arnica montana also has anti-inflammatory and anti-dandruff properties which assist its hair growth property.
Jaborandi contains pilocarpine and a number of other alkaloids, as well as terpenes and tannic acids.
Amla or Indian Gooseberry promotes hair growth by inhibiting 5α-reductase activity. It is also rich in vitamin C and other antioxidants such as tannins, iron, phosphorus, and calcium that can help skin cells regenerate. This may promote a healthier scalp, subsequently minimizing dandruff and resulting in healthier hair. It also has a very high concentration of Vitamin E which supports healthy circulation. Applying it topically may promote healing and cell regeneration in the given area.