Hearing the word garlic probably brings to mind thoughts of how delicious your favorite dishes are with an extra kick from this seasoning. The pungent aroma and taste are hard to forget. But garlic has more uses than as a seasoning. The restorative properties that garlic can have on your hair and skin when used externally have been raved about by many. Though the strong scent may turn you off from putting it anywhere other than inside your mouth, many unscented extracts have been used to reap the benefits without worrying about smelling like a vampire repellant.
So what is it about garlic that makes it so appealing to many?
Garlic naturally has antiseptic, antibacterial, anti-fungal, and anti-inflammatory properties all of which work to relieve itchy, dry scalps. Garlic works great for those who suffer from dandruff or dryness caused by harsh chemical treatments.
It also has a sulfur compound known as allicin that helps in increasing blood circulation. This can in turn stimulate hair growth and stop hair loss in some cases.
Garlic has nourishing properties that can strengthen and repair weak hair.
You can begin by using E-VOSS garlic shampoo, conditioner and hair masque for a stronger, healthier hair and scalp.
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Agree. Garlic can help fight hair loss and I use this because I have a hair loss from the past but now my hair is thick than I expected. Learn more
— Julie Wright