Homemade olive oil scalp treatment

Today, I’m going to talk about one of my favorite subjects: making homemade treatments for my scalp, and not only that, I’m going to reveal to you how to make the best homemade olive oil scalp treatment, the one I use every week.

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It’s very easy to make and most importantly, it contains very nourishing elements and nutrients that your scalp is going to absorb easily and get lots of benefits from.

You need to understand that your scalp is at constant stress. Every day, it’s bombarded with UV rays from direct sunlight exposure, it is exposed to high levels of pollution in our environment, and even worse, our diets are filled with toxins and saturated fats, and sometimes, when you are in crowded places, like public transportations and even public swimming pools, you are going to get funguses and bacteria from other people, even the ones close to you, they are going to contaminate you as well!

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This means that your scalp needs to be at top-notch protection and health, it needs to protect itself all the time in order to make your hair follicles produce thick and healthy hair strands, and trust me, if it’s not able to do this, you will notice terrible effects and results, in other words, your scalp is going to become weak and your hair follicles are going to slowly start dwindling, soon, you will start to notice hair loss!

This is the worst thing that can happen to your external beauty and self-esteem, and you need to always provide the right protection for your scalp, and in my opinion, the best one is using my olive oil scalp treatment on a weekly basis, it’s very easy to prepare and even better, it doesn’t cost a lot.

So, here are the ingredients you will need:

  1. One tablespoon of olive oil
  2. One teaspoon of castor oil
  3. Five drops of peppermint oil
  4. And two drops of tea tree oil

It’s very simple, mix all these ingredients together, and then, rinse your hair using lukewarm water and use your favorite shampoo, when you are done, use a thick towel in order to get rid of as much moisture as possible, then, apply this oil mixture and cover using a shower cap or a towel for at least thirty minutes, then, rinse again using your favorite shampoo.

This olive oil scalp treatment is fantastic if you use it for massaging your scalp, and it will yield amazing results in terms of hair growth and health as well, for example, if you have an itchy sensation from time to time, it will simply disappear after using it and if you don’t like your hair growth rates, it will increase tremendously.

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Trust me, it’s the best scalp treatment there is in my opinion.


  1. You say to use castor oil in this mixture. I’ve heard good things about argan oil. (In fact, you have a link to argan oil on this page.)

    What’s the main difference between castor oil and argan oil? Just different types of carrier oils?

    • Argan is much much much friendlier and way better for your scalp, tried them both, they are great, but if your scalp is sensitive, just use argan oil.

      • how about just using jojoba oil and peppermint as per the peppermint gov study? leave on for 20 minutes and it should work the same? or are you thinking the tea tree oil and other oils are better with peppermint oil?

  2. Hello there, I have been living with scalp sores more than 8 yrs. I’ve tried everything including dermatologists without any luck & have been using your method but no alleviation, what about pure frankincense without a carrier oil applied with a cotton swab? Anything you think I should or shouldn’t use or do I will gladly follow. Thank you

    • 2 tips:

    • Cut down on all fat
      Apply one half teaspoon tea tree oil mixed with one teaspoon olive oil daily, rinse with shampoo after 25 min
  • Chris,
    I use a mixture of jojoba oil, peppermint oil, yang ylang oil, olive oil, coconut oil and rosemary oil about once or twice a week as a leave in. Is this a bad combination and will it help with hair growth? I had long hair and it all fell out about 6 months ago from perming and hair color rinse. Now I am trying to grow it back. Thanks.

    • No, don’t use this oil blend, instead, try to use peppermint oil, the one recommended in this website, it’s very powerful for hair growth.

  • I know it says every week, but with exactly what frequency do you use this treatment.



    • Once a week, Sunday for example 🙂

      • Hi Chris,
        I have an alopecia spot after a trip to Mexico. I don’t know if I got it there from something but does garlic oil or tea tree oil help more with this?

        • Yes, garlic and peppermint oil will hep you.

          • Christine Fleming says:

            Is this a good combination of oils to use on my scalp? 1 tsp olive oil, 1 drop of peppermint oil and 1 drop of tea tree oil. Or is peppermint oil and just olive oil a good combination? This is all I have right now to use.

          • Yes, it’s a good oil blend.

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