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I have alopecia and have been using this mixture for about 4 months. I added 1 ml emu oil and 4 drops of cinnamon to the mixture. My dermatologist was very surprised when she looked at my scalp and asked me what I had been using to make my hair start to grow! I only use the oil mixture about 3 dys/week and wash every other day. On alternating days, I use tea tree oil and grapessed (to reduce scalp inflammation) I give this mixture 2 thumbs way, way up!
i have a mixture of essential oils if anyone is interested in buying it,just pm me. ( they are expensive to buy all of the different eo's) i call it peppermint delight. it's very stimulating to the scalp. it has peppermint, rosemary, lavender, cedarwood, lemon, and ylang ylang eo's and jojoba, evoo, and emu carrier oils.
Like VickiD, it worked for me to grow back bald spots. I never used it as a growth aids. I am too lazy to bother with those, plus I hate stuff on my scalp...which is why I only used this on my bald spots. Here are my results in pics:
Starting from this:
...to this in one month:
....and then to this in 3 months (No longer a smooth patch - Yay!):
Nine months or so later, I not only had the bald spot completely filled but actually the hair was growing in length too:
And eventually the hair caught up with the rest of my hair in length--of course, I was trimming the rest of my hair regularly. While the photo below wasn't taken to track the progress of that section as it had been 2 years since the discovery of the bald patch and I wasn't thinking about it, you can see from the bottom right pic that my hair shows no sign of that hair loss experience and that it's all basically the same length:
I made up a blend based on this. It's comprised of mostly castor oil, blackseed oil, lesser amt of jojoba with cedarwood and rosemary essential oils.
I forgot thyme and lavender so I'll add those later, plus some argan.