Hair Growth Shampoo Benefits

This is the Blog you guys have all been waiting for. We can finally discuss THE HAIR GROWTH SHAMPOO.

As some of you may not already know, i’ve been using this Hair Growth Shampoo since December 19, 2019 and it is now June 27th, 2020. In other words, I know all about it because i’ve been using it and experiencing it for months. Before using this shampoo, i would use regular shampoos that I would buy at the drug store but none of them have ever gave me the results the Hair Growth Shampoo gives me. Before, my hair was damaged, unhealthy, and super dry which I hated for the most part. But after I started using it, my curls became more healthy, my wash days became easier and looked way better. I’m telling, I’m obsessed.

To start off, i would like to state all of the Ingredients; Herbal Infusion With Rose Petals, Lavender, Chamomile, Calendula, Amla, Shikakai, Aretha, Chebe Powder, Nutmeg, Cinnamon, Flaxseeds, Anise Seeds, Coconut Oil, Olive Oil, Castor Oil, Rosemary Essential Oil, Lavender Essential Oil, Peppermint Essential Oil, Eucalyptus Essential Oil, Natural Castile Liquid Soap, and African Black Soap.

Benefits By Ingredients -

Rose Petals - These petals cleanse and nourish your scalp fortifying your follicles to grow thick, sturdy hairstrands. Rose petals also serve as a potent natural conditioner moisturizing your tresses and preventing potential outbreaks of dandruff.

Lavender - promotes/stimulates hair growth on the scalp. It’s antimicrobial and can help prevent or kill head lice. It has a calming effect on the scalp and may help curb skin inflammation.

Chamomile - promotes healthy hair and it’s very anti-inflammatory which means that it can actually alleviate itchy, dry scalp that dan lead to dandruff.

Amla, Shikakai, and Reetha : These 3 herbs are KEY to maintaining length and healthy hair. They are also included in the Hair Growth Oil. Reetha is loaded with iron which works well for the hair. Iron plays an important role in maintaining hair health. It will also provide the necessary antioxidants to the hair to promote hair growth. Shikakai is the perfect element in the trio which helps your hair in absorbing the goodness of amlaand reetha.

Chebe Powder; Softer hair. Easy to detangle hair. Better moisture retention. Consistent use may aid in hair growth.

African Black Soap; African black soap is antiviral, antifungal, and antibacterial. It effectively cleans your scalp, leaving the perfect environment for follicle cells to grow hair. It's an excellent cleanser to use for hair loss and other conditions like eczema and itchy scalp. It also increases Hair Growth which is why it is included in this formula.

I didn’t go over every ingredient but you guys can do research on the rest of the herbs if you’d like! Just know that I carefully and strategically put all of these herbs for the best benefits of the hair. All of them are safe for all hair types and this shampoo reduces hair loss; relieves dandruff, and it’s made with natural and organic ingredients.


You may use this shampoo every time that you decided you wan to wash your hair. Once a week consistently would be ideal to keep a clean scalp for all hair types and to keep your Hair Growth Journey going.

Along with using this shampoo, i recommend you also get the Hair Growth Oil which comes with it’s own guide on how to make your hair grow with it. You can also pair this shampoo with any conditioner, deep conditioner, or hair mask!

Before starting this journey, i would appreciate it if you took a “before” picture so that we can be able to see a difference in just one month.

ONE MORE THING; I also wanted to mention that instead of putting the shampoo directly to your hands as we normally do, apply the shampoo directly to your scalp since it’s watery. I don’t want you to apply it to your hands and it falls .. which means you’ll waste the product.

Lastly, have fun and enjoy the journey! I can’t wait to hear reviews from you guys. I will update you guys on my story to let everyone know when it will be available.

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