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Nourished hair looks tamed and cared for. A mound of soft curls, or the luminosity of silky-straight mane - hair that reflects health, is generously loved, yet equally envied by all. However, the recent past enunciates that, with pollution, and stress playing spoil sport, people - unfortunately - are deprived of the so-called dream mane. Nevertheless, a majority are ready to peddle a tad harder to achieve, and maintain a rich-looking coiffure.

Peppermint oil is a useful hair care product. Exercise prudence when using peppermint oil; it must not be applied directly onto the hair. A diluted form of the oil is recommended for the purpose of application. You may mix 2 drops of oil with 4 oz of water to apply onto the hair. You may also choose to mix either avocado or olive oil with peppermint oil. Remember: Your hair may endure damage if this oil is used in concentrated form. You can pour a few drops of this oil in your shampoo bottle as well. Two to three drops of virgin peppermint oil could be diluted with your shampoo or conditioner. Use these beauty products for your hair as you normally do. However, if your scalp feels irritated after using the shampoo, or conditioner, containing the peppermint oil; you could add a few drops of water to reduce its intensity.
Why Use Peppermint Oil
Here are some benefits that may be derived well by using peppermint oil in a diluted form.
~This oil delivers a cooling effect to the scalp.

~It fights dandruff, and head lice.

~Since the oil balances the pH, it can be used for the treatment of dry scalp. Dandruff is predominantly associated with dry scalp; resulting in a flaky, abraded scalp surface. The dryness that is experienced by your scalp, with itchiness as an accompaniment, is encountered with the use of peppermint oil, known to maintain the pH balance.
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~This oil has a soothing scent; thus, making your hair refreshingly fragrant.
Peppermint oil has proved its potency for hair growth. It stimulates the hair follicle; thus, promoting hair growth.

~A beneficial treatment for hair loss, this oil is very effective as it binds the hair roots, and increases blood circulation.

~This wonder oil can be mixed with jojoba oil and glycerin. This mixture is known to promote hair growth.
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~Another mixture which is beneficial for hair can be prepared by mixing peppermint oil, castor oil, tea tree oil, coconut oil, and vitamin E oil.

~Peppermint oil is known to work as a conditioner, adding shine, gloss, and bounce to the hair.
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~It is mainly beneficial for people having oily hair as a scalp massage with peppermint oil does not leave the scalp feeling grim-zical. This oil works as an astringent, helping with the normalization of the scalp's oil production; thereby, creating a neutralizing effect on the scalp.
Some More Benefits
Not only does peppermint oil promote hair growth, it is used for other purposes as well. It helps in making your skin healthy and glowing. This is done by the menthol present in the oil. It helps in controlling excess oil production; thus, could be used as a cure for oily skin. It brightens the dull skin, and comforts tired skin. Peppermint oil is one of the prime ingredients used in lip balms, and other cosmetics. A lip balm containing peppermint oil extracts nourishes your lips, making them smooth and supple. Small wonder, that it is also a useful remedy for sunburned, and cracked lips as well. This oil is known for relieving body pains, considered a potent cure for headache. The oil acts as a relaxant and is used in the treatment for irritable bowel syndrome. It is known to relieve heartburn and stomach ache. Rubbing this oil on the chest will help fight cough, asthma, and nasal congestion. Peppermint oil is one of the ingredients present in dental care products; such as, mouthwash, and toothpaste.

Peppermint oil serves as a natural solution, leaving you with no reason whatsoever, to stress over your tresses. Thus, it must be optimally applied for restoring, and retaining hair health, so that you may flaunt thick, and strong hair. Get ready to receive envious glances, not to forget the winds . . . they would love to romance your tresses!

P.S. - Don't limit this information to yourself. Do spread the word around, for people crave to possess hair that fluffs with health.