Cayenne pepper is loaded with capsaicin and quercetin which is responsible for causing a tingling sensation on the scalp.
Stimulating and encouraging the transportation of nutrient rich in blood flow to the hair follicle. When this happens, hair growth is sure to be evidient.
Below Are Two Simple Methods On How To Make Cayenne Pepper Oil At Home.
●In a saucepan or small pot, add 1tbs of cayenne pepper powder
●Add 10tbs of any natural oil of your choice (like sunflower oil, coconut oil, jojoba oil or olive oil)
●Mix and set it over a low heat for about 1min to heat up ●Take your pot off the heat, allow to cool. Mix and sieve using a white clean mesh sieve cloth or towel.
●Transfer oil to a clean air tight container and use when needed.
●In a clean container, add 1tbs of cayenne pepper and 10tbs of any natural oil
●Mix, cover and allow to sit for 1week
●Thereafter, mix properly again and sieve using a clean white mesh sieve cloth or towel to separate oil from cayenne pepper ●Return oil to a clean air tight container and use when needed.
As a Prepoo
●Warm up your cayenne pepper oil a bit, section damp hair, apply and massage on scalp working it up through your hair. Cover hair and allow to sit for 30mins, then proceed to shampoo-wash or co-wash
As a Scalp Simulator
●With little qauntity, apply and massage on scalp alone for about 5mins and that’s it, no need to rinse it out
●The cayenne pepper oil can be massaged around your edges to improve hair growth as well
●Don’t use cayenne pepper oil if you’ve got a sore scalp
●The tingling sensation is not so intense as you might be thinking but if you can’t stand it, then there will be need to still mix your cayenne pepper oil with some additional tablespoons of any natural oil before use
●Cayenne pepper oil is also good for dandruff and itchy scalp ●Be careful not to allow the pepper oil run through your face or into your eyes.
●The cayenne pepper should be used in its dried and grind state.