Garlic oil
Reference:
Last items in stock

Garlic oil

Reference:
Last items in stock
€6.90
Free delivery in France with Mondial Relay from 49€
Quantity
Quantity

Garlic oil works wonders for hair health. However, it is struggling to find its place in the glamorous world of natural cosmetics. Perhaps it's its name, or its connotations as a vegetable with a taste that lasts over time, that have lost it its reputation.

(100% natural Certified by cosmos and koscher)

  • Secure card payment Secure card payment
  • Contact customer service on 00 33 6 63 88 40 71 Contact customer service on 00 33 6 63 88 40 71

Garlic oil works wonders for hair health. However, it is struggling to find its place in the glamorous world of natural cosmetics. Perhaps it's its name, or its connotations as a vegetable with a taste that lasts over time, that have lost it its reputation.

In any case, garlic oil is excellent for your health. The reason we're making it a feature of our online store today is that we're convinced of its wonders and attributes for supporting hair vitality.

Garlic oil: an original manufacturing process

Although labelled as an oil, garlic macerate is actually an oleaginous solution. However, its extraction method is more akin to harvesting nutrients from the heart of a pre-existing oily solution. Ultimately, therefore, garlic oil is an oil made from another beneficial source, such as castor oil or sweet almond oil.

Basically, the garlic roots are soaked for an indeterminate period in another cosmetic oil. This operation recovers all the benefits of the solid material at the heart of the liquid. This cosmetic process is common to other vegetables such as carrots and arugula.

To obtain quality garlic oil, this process is essential. After all, if you press the garlic in one go, it's impossible to extract the oil. This is simply because the structure of the vegetable is not designed for this purpose, and contains no oleaginous matter. Indeed, in the plant world, this is more the function of nuts and seeds.

However, mastering the maceration process will not in any way detract from garlic's properties, which will be perceptible in an outstanding cosmetic liquid.

Weighted oil in the fight against baldness

Although garlic oil has a number of different functions for the scalp. We'd like to focus on this essential point first. In some cases, baldness is a situation that many men find very hard to live with. A sensitive fact where virility gives way to baldness and balding golfs on the head. While being bald or having no hair left on the head is a homogeneous situation, baldness slowly eats away at the skull. And it's the loss and disorganization of the hair that reflects a situation of malaise, even despair.

Although there is no known cure for baldness, the application of garlic oil or castor oil has proved its worth over time. It's thought that by using alliaceous macerate, life can return to normal on the skull. And this long-lasting treatment should be applied as soon as the first signs of hair loss become apparent.

Baldness has hormonal or hereditary causes. Hair loss is also visible in women after childbirth or during the menopause. Garlic oil will help slow down hair loss and contribute to hair regrowth. However, its effects will fade with age. It is therefore a natural bulwark against the spread of baldness, although baldness will have the last word over time.

Other facts about garlic oil

First of all, garlic oil is no exception. It is beneficial for all hair types. Having seen the first of its functions, we're now going to focus on its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. In fact, it prevents hair dryness by moisturizing and nourishing it. This is why its macerate is deliberately combined with castor oil. The presence of these two substances, which play an almost identical role, strengthens the oil's overall formula.

But garlic oil has a special feature of its own. It also cleanses hair and scalp, combating microbial activity and itching. It also effectively combats the proliferation of dandruff.

The sudden increase in snow in the hair can be explained by various causes. It can be linked to stress, skin diseases or a scalp that doesn't breathe... In short, the role of garlic oil in this very case is to counterbalance this undesirable effect. By regulating and cleansing the scalp, it helps to remove dead skin on the scalp and surface over a short period of time. The use of this oil will also help reduce irritation, itching and the urge to scratch.

Finally, garlic oil is occasionally used on eyebrows. It gives them vitality and a slight volume effect. A detail that leaves no woman indifferent. Discover also pink henna to take care of your hair!

Garlic and scents

If garlic in cooking adds flavor to dishes, you might be disappointed if your hair smells the same. Although garlic is excellent for your health, some people neglect it for its action on breath.

Clearly, when you apply garlic oil to your scalp, a slight odor will be diffused in your wake. But that's not the whole story. The odors won't be at all repulsive. What's more, it's the intended effects of the cosmetic oil that take precedence.

But just in case you're bothered by this detail, we'd like to give you a few recommendations.

If your hair is long and you want to apply the oil discreetly, use braids to prevent the scent from being too diffused. Nevertheless, the smell will tend to disappear fairly quickly.

On the other hand, the best solution for treating your hair with garlic oil would be to use it before going to bed. To do this, proceed with your hair care routine as usual. Before going to bed, simply wrap your head in a small towel. In the morning, use your organic shampoo at your convenience.

Specific References

Last items in stock