Castor Oil for Hair Growth
Recently, castor oil has become a more popular trend touted for a variety of health benefits, including for hair regeneration. For individuals that are looking to achieve a fuller head of hair, the idea of a homeopathic remedy for hair loss can sound very appealing. The idea behind using castor oil is that the oil’s high content of ricinoleic acid will help to clean and increasing blood flow to the scalp, resulting in more nutrients reaching the scalp, thus stimulating growth.
The inconvenient truth, of course, is that there is no scientific proof that castor oil is actually an effective agent for regenerating hair. While there is substantial proof that it can moisturize the scalp and hair, making the hair that is already there healthier through its antifungal and antimicrobial properties, many dermatologists and individuals in the hair care field reject the notion that it can regrow hair.
Not only does castor oil not grow hair, but for some, it has lead to hair fall out when using the oil in liberal amounts. This is not the ideal result when you are looking to get a fuller looking head of hair. Luckily, there are clinically proven and cosmetic solutions that can provide lasting solutions to those facing thinning hair or male pattern baldness.
If you are looking for a reliable and proven cosmetic hair loss solution, scalp micropigmentation may be a good option for you. Scalp micropigmentation works by injecting small amounts of pigment onto the skin, helping people with thinning hair appear to have a thicker head of hair and giving individuals who are bald an enduring, clean-shaven look.
The professionals at Hairline Ink are here to help you understand our technique, with immediately apparent and proven results. To learn more about scalp micropigmentation and if it would be an ideal hair restoration solution for you, contact the scalp micropigmentation experts of Hairline Ink at (585) 250-0835 today or start an online chat on our website with a representative who can assist you further.