The ancient Greeks, Romans and Egyptians used peppermint oil for several things which includes as cosmetic, food, and for health purposes. It continues to be used today and one of the reasons is for hair growth. The use of peppermint oil for hair growth though is doubted in some quarters. Men and women do not want to accept the condition of hair loss, even if it is genetic alopecia. So, they gladly embrace any treatment that would relieve the problem. Peppermint oil has been prescribed as one of those treatments. Peppermint oil is an extract of the peppermint plant which is in concentrated form. It has been found to be more effective than its syrup form or other products when used for cosmetic, beauty, or food. Many products such as shampoo contain peppermint oil due to its distinctive smell and its relaxing effect. Recently, it has become popular as a remedy for hair growth. Although studies to prove the efficacy of peppermint oil in hair growth is not yet advanced, many persons swear that it does work. They claim that applying peppermint oil to a thinning area of the hair makes the hair to grow.
- The ancient Greeks, Romans and Egyptians used peppermint a lot and they used it as an ingredient for their cosmetics, food, and health.
- Many persons do not want to accept the condition of hair loss, even if it is the smallest sign of alopecia.
- Peppermint oil is an extract from the peppermint plant but in the concentrated form. It has been found to be more powerful than syrups and other products.
“Peppermint oil’s efficiency as a hair growth agent is still under scrutiny, but research suggests that it can genuinely make a difference.”