I’m desperate to get my hair growing and back healthy, so I’ll try anything. Well, not anything, but just about anything. When I saw that one of my favorite T.V. personalities, Tamar Braxton grew back her thinning hairline by using Simplicity Hair Oil, I picked up some for myself.
The Simplicity Hair Oil Female Hair Oil Blend is a natural blend of 10 organic and therapeutic oils, along with 3 carrier oils that are organic and wildcrafted. Oils listed in the ingredients include Jojoba, Grapseed, Coconut, Bay Laurel, Sage, Eucalyptus, Lavender, Lemon, Peppermint, Rosemary Verbenone, Tea Tree, Ylang Ylang, and Carrot oils.
The Simplicity Hair Oil Female Hair Oil Blend is described as an all-natural plant oil blend of 10 organic and therapeutic oils likeBay Laurel, Sage, Eucalyptus, Lavender, Lemon, Peppermint, Rosemary Verbenone, Tea Tree, Ylang Ylang, and Carrot oils. It also consists of three carrier oils: Jojoba, Grapeseed, and Coconut Oil. Simplicity Hair Oil is formulated to be light and nourishing for all hair types. The company makes claims that the oil nourishes hair follicles to stimulate healthy hair growth, both of which are my goals.
When I received the Simplicity Hair Oil products in the mail, I began to use them immediately. Desperate times call for desperate measures, you know? I followed the instructions, which stated that the oil, using the dropper, can be applied every other day to the affected area, and massaged in for 20-seconds. The oil can also be used as an hot oil treatment or during conditioning, which I’ve tried as well. Using the Simplicity Hair Oil combined with their Moisture Conditioner, made my hair super soft and manageable.
I’ve been using the Simplicity Hair Oil on my hair line for approximately two months, and I can say that I am seeing positive results. The areas where my hairline was thinning out is starting to become thicker, and I have noticeable hair growth, too. I would show you pictures, but my hair doesn’t look too hot right now .:lol:. I like that the Simplicity Hair Oil is very light weight, and doesn’t weigh down my hair like some oils I’ve used in the past have. It’s so light that it’s easy to misjudge and use too much of the oil.
The oil is housed in a dark blue container to protect the oil from light; however, this is also a huge hinderance because it doesn’t allow you to see exactly how much of the product you’ve used. It’s been two months, and I have less than one quarter of a 1 oz bottle left, and that’s with me skipping days.
Simplicity Hair Oil reminded me of an oil blend I used to make when I was doing my natural at-home treatments. I’d create my own oil blends using a combination of Jamaican Black Castor Oil, Coconut Oil, Olive Oil, Vitamin E, and one or two essential oils. Simplicity Hair Oil, although lighter in texture, it reminded me of my oil blend. Even the smell, very herbal-like, was similar, which I can probably attribute to the Rosemary and Lavender Essential Oils used in it.
Even though Simplicity Hair Oil is working to improve the thickness of my hairline, I do not think I will repurchase the product. At $30-45 per bottle it is expensive! I can’t imagine spending that much money every two months. I’m positive I can recreate the Simplicity Hair Oil Female Hair Oil Blend at home without the hefty price tag. And with some diligence and dedication, I can definitely receive the same results.
If you’re looking for a hair growth oil, and willing to pay the price, check out Simplicity Hair Oil.
Be sure to check back for another Hair Care Tuesdays post featuring the Simplicity Hair Oil Shampoo and Moisture Conditioner.
Have you used hair oil for hair growth?