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 Clinical Research on the ingredients with Links: 

(THE RESEARCH IS NOT LINKED WITH AMAZING HAIR SAVIOUR AND IS COLLECTED FROM TRIALS AND STUDIES CONDUCTED BY DIFFERENT RESOURCES FOR THE INGREDIENTS)

Rosemary:

"Rosemary oil may help with this type of hair loss. A 2013 studyTrusted Source of mice with testosterone-related hair loss found that rosemary oil could regrow their hair.

A 2015 study compared rosemary oil to minoxidil, a popular hair regrowth treatment. People with DHT-related hair loss received either rosemary oil or minoxidil for 6 months.

At 3 months, neither group had more hair. By 6 months, both groups saw significant increases in hair growth.

The group that was treated with rosemary oil had more hair growth than the minoxidil group, but the difference was not statistically significant. This result suggests that rosemary oil may promote hair growth but only in the long term.

In the same study, scalp-itching was more common in the group that received minoxidil, so rosemary oil could be a better option for people with a history of allergies or skin irritation.

Some studies, including a study published in 2017Trusted Source, have found that rosemary oil may kill some fungi and bacteria. So, when hair loss is due to an infection or unhealthy scalp, rosemary oil might help.

Alopecia areata is an autoimmune disorder that can cause hair loss. Research published in 1998Trusted Source looked at the effect of aromatherapy using rosemary oil on people with the condition. Some 44 percent of participants improved with the use of rosemary over 7 months, compared to just 15 percent who received no treatment."

Source - Medical News Today 

 

"According to some scientific evidence, rosemary may benefit nerve tissue.

Carnosic acid, an active ingredient in the plant, healed tissue and nerve damage in one study. This ability to heal nerve endings may rejuvenate nerves in the scalp too, in turn possibly restoring hair growth.

More revealing recent studies show that rosemary directly helps protect against hair loss. One 2015 trialTrusted Source pitted the essential oil against minoxidil, commercially known as Rogaine. Both were used on human subjects with androgenetic alopecia (male or female pattern baldness).

Results showed that rosemary essential oil was just as effective a minoxidil. During the process, it helped the side effect of itchy scalp more successfully than minoxidil.

Another studyTrusted Source of rosemary leaf extract (different from the essential oil) showed it stimulated hair growth. This occurred when hair loss was triggered by testosterone (as in pattern baldness). This study was performed on mice, however.

Two separate clinical reviews — one from 2010Trusted Source and one from 2011 — also acknowledge rosemary’s hair growth potential. The former cites a study with successful hair regrowth in people with alopecia who used essential oils. One of these essential oils was rosemary.

In the latter review, rosemary essential oil was described as a hair loss restorative. This was due to its circulation-improving effects."

Source - Healthline

https://www.healthline.com/health/rosemary-oil-for-hair

 

 

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25842469

 

Nigella sativa:
Extensive studies of Nigella sativa have been carried out by various researchers and a wide spectrum of its pharmacological actions have been explored which may include antidiabetic, anticancer, immunomodulator, analgesic, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, spasmolytic, bronchodilator, hepato-protective, renal protective, gastro-protective, antioxidant properties, etc. Due to its miraculous power of healing, Nigella sativa has got the place among the top ranked evidence based herbal medicines. This is also revealed that most of the therapeutic properties of this plant are due to the presence of thymoquinone which is major bioactive component of the essential oil.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5633670/#b10-kpi-20-179

Almond:

"Almond oil comes from pressing the seeds of the almond tree (almond nuts) and extracting oil from what comes out. Almonds have been valued in many ancient cultures for their healing and health properties, including high levels of protein, omega-9 fatty acids, and vitamin E. These properties suggest that almond oil can improve the shine and strength of your hair. Sweet almond oil is the oil most commonly sold and recommended for use as a hair product. Keep reading to find out if sweet almond oil is something you should try to make your hair look healthy."

Source - Healthline 

https://www.healthline.com/health/almond-oil-for-hair

Coconut:
"There’s not yet research on whether coconut oil can make your hair grow faster. However, coconut oil can help improve hair and scalp health. This might make hair look like it’s growing faster.

Fights fungal infections

Healthy hair begins at the root. Keeping your scalp healthy may help your hair grow better.

One recent lab study found that coconut oil helped to get rid of some types of fungal infections.

Coconut oil may help heal or prevent dandruff and other fungi on the scalp. More research is needed to know if coconut oil has the same health benefits on the skin and scalp.

Calms irritation

Coconut oil is a natural saturated fat. The high fat content in it may help calm scalp irritation, flaking, and itching. The fat in coconut oil can also help seal in hair moisture.

Treats split ends

A review in 2015Trusted Source noted that coconut oil absorbs into hair strands better than mineral oil and other kinds of oils. This might help prevent hair breaking and split ends.

For this reason, you may need fewer trims when you use coconut oil on your hair regularly. This might make it seem like your hair is growing longer, faster.

Another review on the uses of coconut oil in India found that the oil may help reduce protein loss in hair. This prevents dry, brittle, or breaking hair. The researchers note that in India, coconut oil is used both as a hair mask before showering and as a leave-in conditioner after showering."

Soruce - Healthline 

https://www.healthline.com/health/beauty-skin-care/coconut-oil-for-hair-growth#other-benefits


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