Vick’s Vapor Rub for Hair Growth, Yes or No? | How To

Vick’s Vapor Rub for Hair Growth, Yes or No? | How To


Hair grows from your scalp
whether you do anything
to it or not However, there are
hacks and tricks that
you can do to speed your growth process along Many on the internet
are now using
Vick’s Vapor Rub as one of those tricks! Will Vicks get you
the results
you’re looking for? Keep Watching to find out! Chic LadyT intro So, as my subscribers already know,
A topic I love to
blog/vlog about is growing long healthy hair And, I’m back
with another
highly requested video Vicks Vapor Rub
for Hair Growth
Yes or No? To answer this question, let’s first look at
what’s in Vicks Vicks Contains: Capor, Eucalyptus Oil, Menthol, Cedar Leaf OIl, Nutmeg Oil, Thymol, Turpentine Oil When we breakdown
the properties of
these ingredients
we get: Camphor – derived from the leaves, roots, or stems of the Cinnamomum camphora tree. Camphor is a stimulate—improves blood stimulation, is antimicrobial, and anti-inflammatory.

Eucalyptus oil – extracted from the leaves of the Eucalyptus globulus plant. Eucalyptus is antimicrobial, antiviral, and anti-inflammatory. Menthol – extracted from the leaves of the herbs peppermint, eucalyptus and pennyroyal. Peppermint oil is 29 to 48 percent menthol and is antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory.

Cedar leaf oil – extracted from Cedarwood Tree. Cedar leaf oil is antifungal and antiviral, reduces inflammation, and minimizes skin irritation or itchiness. Nutmeg oil – obtained from the seed of the nutmeg tree fruit. Nutmeg oil is a stimulant—increases blood circulation, antiseptic, and anti-inflammatory.

Thymol – the active ingredient in Thyme Oil, derived from Thyme leaves. Thymol has strong antimicrobial attributes. Pine Turpentine Oil – obtained by distilling pine-tree resin using vapor distillation method. Turpentine oil is antimicrobial and a stimulant—increases blood circulation, protects natural oil balance which prevents hair loss and dandruff. So it looks like Vicks Vapor Rub is a product with a powerful punch of antimicrobial, stimulating essential oils! Any one of those
natural ingredients
would be great for stimulating growth! When you put them
all together
you are sure to get desired growth results! So using Vick’s on your scalp isn’t weird.
Sonyabeonit – The natural who came up with this idea was spot on
(her links in box below) But…There is one problem with Vicks It contains Petrolatum A.k.a. Pretroleum Jelly Petroleum is a byproduct that was found on oil rigs. Some of the workers were seen using this byproduct on their skin to hasten burn healing What Does Petroleum
Do to Your Skin? Petroleum works like a humectant on your skin by locking in moisture and keeping additional air and moisture out But It also locks in dirt,
can cause flaking,
and is difficult to fully cleanse from the scalp All in all,
it suffocates your pores while giving the illusion
of moisturized skin And It contains carcinogenic (cancer causing) components. However, Those components ARE thoroughly filtered
and REMOVED
before packaging And, no one doubts Petroleum’s effectiveness when used sparingly on burns/skin cracks But should you try Vick’s on your scalp? It’s up to you. At least you now have more info So in Conclusion, It is highly probable that Vick’s Vapor Rub
will grow your hair Here are the steps to
Applying Vicks to Scalp
(for the inquiring minds who would like to know) First,
Mix a spoonful of vapor rub with your oil of choice
(black seed oil is what Sonyabeonit used) Next,
Section your hair and
put the mixture
Onto your scalp Afterwards,
Let it sit for 15minuts Lastly,
Shampoo and
Continue with your haircare routine Repeat this Process
Weekly
for at least 1 month And, Don’t forget
to record your progress Alternatively,
You Can add 15-20 drops of Turpentine Oil in your shampoo/conditioner So, Do you think women are going too far with this growth hack? Yes or No? I’m curious to hear what
You think Check out our other videos from our hair growth series on the left and give this video a thumbs up Visit our website for more details and don’t forget to hit the subscribe
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Till next time, Stay Chic

9 thoughts on “Vick’s Vapor Rub for Hair Growth, Yes or No? | How To

  1. Wow this is really interesting, I never knew how bad it could actually be for ur skin but healthy at the same time😅

  2. I'm a new subbie and I love your videos. Now I've been wanting to try the vics vapor rub for quite some time but have always been afraid of clogging my pores.

  3. Sonyabeonit did not say to use every week, she said twice a month is more than enough, just TWICE A MONTH IS MORE THAN ENOUGH!!!!

  4. It's like why would you go to sleep with this stuff on your hair, thats crazy, the said it so many times, do not leave this on your scalp 15min is enough once or twice a month and as for petroleum vaseline my great grandmother lived to be 104yrs old every night after washing her face she would sleep with vaseline on her skin and her skin stayed flawless.

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