Grow Gorgeous Hair Growth Oil 60ml

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Dealing with thin, shedding hair? Hair not growing fast enough? We got you covered. The powerful concoction of ayurvedic herbs and oils stimulates hair growth and strengthens your hair to reduce shedding. Grow Gorgeous Hair Growth Oil will be your new go-to.


• 100% Handmade
• Stimulates Hair Growth
• Helps prevent excess shedding
• Strengthens Hair
• Vegan and cruelty free
• 100% natural


Use as a scalp and root treatment for hair growth: Divide your hair into four sections and apply 5 drops from the pipette directly to the scalp along the hair line in the first section, massaging well into the scalp. Smooth any excess product through the lengths of your hair. Repeat this on the remaining three sections, applying 20 drops in total. *Pro Tip: Use a scalp brush to assist with scalp stimulation.

Use as a hot oil treatment for strong hair: Apply from the roots to the tips either the night before or 30 minutes prior to your hair wash. Cover with a plastic cap and a heated bonnet or towel for deeper penetration. Wash well with shampoo to remove all oil. Use weekly.


Cold Pressed Castor Oil: Rich in ricinoleic acid—a type of fatty acid found to fight inflammation. When applied to the scalp, it's purported to enhance the health of the hair follicles and, in turn, promote hair growth (as well as protect against hair loss)

Fenugreek: Fenugreek seeds also have high protein and nicotinic acid content, which are known to be beneficial against hair fall and dandruff, and in treating a variety of scalp issues like dryness of hair, baldness and hair thinning

Cassia: Acts like a natural conditioner for your hair. It will leave your locks shinier, fuller and stronger. It is also reported to help with dandruff.

Nigella Seeds: black seed oil is thought to naturally restore hair growth in thinning areas thanks to its high concentration of thymoquinone, a powerful antihistamine.

Ashwagandha: Also known as Indian Ginseng, is believed to help improve scalp circulation and strengthen the hair, as well as help get rid of dandruff. It also appears to stimulate production of melanin.

False Daisy: Is known as the “king of hair” in the ayurvedic world. It improves blood circulation and is capable of revitalizing the hair follicles and facilitating hair growth.

Gotu Kola: is one of the most popular Ayurvedic herbs. It's thought to increase hair length and stimulate hair growth, possibly by increasing blood circulation to the scalp.

Pink Lotus Seeds: These seeds are said to soothe the scalp from irritations and inflammation. They are rich in protein, amino acids, unsaturated fatty acids, starch, tannins, and minerals. Their richness of antioxidants make them an excellent skin conditioner that not only hydrate but moisturize both scalp and hair.

Saw Palmetto: Saw Palmetto has been widely accepted as a very effective herbal treatment to reverse hair loss and treat conditions like alopecia. It is scientifically proven that excessive levels of DHT is the root cause of hair loss in adult men. DHT causes hair loss by attaching to hair follicles and shortening their growth phase. According to studies, saw palmetto’s extracts work to inhibit DHT in the scalp thus helping control hair loss and reviving hair follicles. In this way, hair follicles are strengthened, the scalp is less sensitive to stress and irritation and the hair itself improves in body and shine.

Gingko Leaf: has been proven to potentially help slow down hair loss. It may also promote hair growth.

Siberian Ginseng: Siberian ginseng is a potent adaptogen, a mild anti-inflammatory agent, and an excellent antioxidant. These three properties exhibited by Siberian ginseng are particularly significant in hair loss remedies since they help encourage the growth of healthier hair follicles.

Bacopa: is a creeping herb used in Ayurveda medicine. It contains alkaloids thought to activate proteins responsible for hair growth.

PawPaw Leaf: is said to promote hair growth, prevent balding and thinning of hair. It is often found in anti-dandruff shampoos because its alkaloid component is effective in removing dirt and oil from your scalp. It can also serve as a natural conditioner and bring back the lost shine to your hair.

White Peony Root: acts as an anti inflammatory to counteract the issues that hormonal imbalance causes on your scalp. Women who suffer with immune issues or hormonal imbalance issues especially alopecia or PCOS find that White Peony aids in the hair loss issue that is often ignored or misunderstood. It is rich in molecules with anti-irritating properties, which instantly soothe sensitive & irritated scalps.

Burdock Root: Packed with essential fatty acids and phytosterol compounds, burdock can help with an irritated scalp while also reversing hair loss. It can help generate new growth thanks to these two elements, and is often found in many hair care products aimed at restoring hair. In fact, the fatty acids in this plant can even be used to treat psoriasis.

Calendula: is often used to hydrate dry scalps, remove dandruff, and improve the condition of the scalp. With its regenerative properties it helps the hair follicles grow abundantly allowing for a thicker mane, and the antioxidants help protect the hair and scalp against cell-damaging free radicals.

Pumpkin Seed Oil: Pumpkin seed oil contains many health nutrients, and two in particular that are believed to provide protection against DHT damage by inhibiting the enzyme 5-ar. This oil is an incredibly nutrient-dense treatment that is packed with vitamins and antioxidants. It contains omega-3s, essential fatty acids, zinc, vitamin E, Vitamin K, and phytosterol — which is great for collagen production. It is a great hair moisturizer that nourishes hair follicles and can promote hair thickness and hair count.

MSM: According to research, MSM sulfur can form bonds essential to strengthening hair and influencing hair growth.

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Helena Schoester
It works!

Consistency is key to seeing results. After just a month of use my hair has grown considerably. I wish I could attatch a before and after photo, but I am very very happy with the results. Just a gentle warning -the smell is a bit strong and has some getting used to. It doesnt smell during the day, only when applying. I didnt like the smell at the start but now I find it quite pleasant. Only need a SMALL amount. Literally a few drops per section and massage WELL. Other great points: I don't get oily hair after using it and it has helped me with my dandruff issues which is a PLUS! I have recommended to several friends. Happy customer!

It does what it says.

I have used this oil about four times and I have already seen a huge reduction in shedding. Hair loss and shedding have been a big issue for me. This oil does what it says, it reduces shedding. My scalp loves it too, it soothes my scalp which is a bonus.

Smells great!

Ive only been using this for 2 weeks now so its still too early to tell if I have hair growth, but it smells really good and I love all the ingredients. I only use a few drops and massage on my scalp every other day for 5 minutes. Doesnt really make my hair oily since I dont use too much. Not sure if its my imagination or not but i had significantly less hair fall in my last shower. Will update my review in a few months when I see results.


With almost 40 powerhouse ingredients blended harmoniously to create a magic formulathat nourishes the scalp and strengthens thinning and weak hair. Packed with vitamins, antioxidants and nutrients that effectively stimulate stronger and faster hair growth resulting in noticeably thicker, fuller and healthier hair. Hair becomes smoother and shinier with less frizz and breakage.

Divide hair into sections and add 5 drops per section. Massage well with fingers or ideally a scalp massage brush for approximately 5 minutes.

You can use it daily or every other day, but at least 2-3 times a week. It depends on your scalp and how oily it gets.

It's normal to shed between 50 and 100 hairs a day. Excessive hair shedding can be the result of heredity, hormonal changes, medical conditions, excess weight loss, iron deficiency, recently given birth or experiencing lots of stress. It is important to keep these factors in mind and address any potential issues first.

Patience and consistency is key. You will generally see results in 2-6 months, however you could notice results in excess shedding in as little as 2 weeks.

Yes, all Rizvan products are safe to use on colour-treated hair and have been specifically formulated with enhanced shine in mind.

Castor Oil:
A 2010 study found that ricinoleic acid, the main component of castor oil, showed anti-inflammatory properties, suggesting its potential use in treating inflammation-related conditions. (Vieira, C., et al. "Effect of ricinoleic acid in acute and subchronic experimental models of inflammation." Mediators of inflammation 2010 (2010).)

A 2014 study investigated the efficacy of a fenugreek seed extract in treating hair loss, finding significant improvement in hair growth and density after 6 months of treatment. (Schulz, C., et al. "Efficacy of an oral supplement containing fenugreek seed extract in the management of androgenetic alopecia: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study." International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences 6.10 (2014): 321-325.)

A 2014 study found that a hair tonic containing cassia leaf extract improved hair strength, reduced hair breakage, and enhanced hair shine. (Amelia, R., et al. "Formulation and evaluation of herbal hair tonic from cassia alata leaves extract." Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Research 6.7 (2014): 844-848.)

Nigella Seeds:
A 2014 study investigated the effect of a mixture of oils, including black seed oil, on hair growth in male subjects with telogen effluvium. The study found that the oil mixture significantly improved hair density and thickness compared to the control group. (Ogunlesi, M., et al. "Effect of a mixture of coconut oil, black seed oil and leek seed oil on hair growth in telogen effluvium: A before-after study." Phytotherapy Research 28.7 (2014): 1064-1068.)

A 2012 study found that an herbal hair oil containing ashwagandha significantly reduced dandruff and associated itching compared to the control group. (Saleem, S., et al. "Efficacy of a herbal hair oil in the management of dandruff: A clinical study." AYU (An International Quarterly Journal of Research in Ayurveda) 33.2 (2012): 252.)

False Daisy:
A 2009 study found that topical application of false daisy extract significantly increased hair length and follicle count in rats. (Roy, R. K., et al. "Eclipta alba extract with potential for hair growth promoting activity." Journal of Ethnopharmacology 124.3 (2009): 450-456.)

Gotu Kola:
A 2012 study found that topical application of gotu kola extract significantly increased hair length and density in rats. (Cheng, C. L., and M. W. L. Koo. "Effects of Centella asiatica on ethanol induced gastric mucosal lesions in rats." Life Sciences 67.21 (2000): 2647-2653.)

Pink Lotus Seeds:
A 2013 study found that pink lotus seed extract exhibited significant anti-inflammatory activity and showed potential as a natural source of antioxidants, which may be beneficial for reducing scalp inflammation. (Liu, C. P., et al. "Anti-inflammatory and antioxidant activities of methanol extract of Nelumbo nucifera Gaertn. seeds." Journal of Ethnopharmacology 143.1 (2012): 223-230.)

Ginko Leaf:
A 2011 study found that a ginkgo biloba extract significantly increased the proliferation of hair follicle cells, suggesting its potential to promote hair growth. (Park, S. Y., et al. "The promotion of hair growth by Ginkgo biloba extract." Skin Pharmacology and Physiology 24.3 (2011): 146-150.)

Siberian Ginseng:
A 2013 study found that Siberian ginseng extract increased the proliferation of human dermal papilla cells and enhanced the expression of growth factors associated with hair growth. In a mouse model, topical application of the extract also promoted hair growth. (Keum, D. H., et al. "Hair growth-promoting effect of Eleutheroside B on human dermal papilla cells and C57BL/6 mice." Journal of Medicinal Food 16.8 (2013): 732-738.)

A 2012 study found that topical application of a Bacopa monnieri extract significantly increased hair length and density in rats. The authors suggested that the presence of alkaloids in Bacopa monnieri may be responsible for its hair growth-promoting effects. (Banerjee, P. S., et al. "Preparation, evaluation and hair growth stimulating activity of herbal hair oil." Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Research 1 (2009): 261-267.)

PawPaw Leaf:
A 2014 study found that topical application of a pawpaw leaf extract significantly increased hair length and density in rats. The authors suggested that the presence of alkaloids and other bioactive compounds in pawpaw leaves may contribute to its hair growth-promoting effects. (Akhila, S., and N. G. Bindu. "In vivo hair growth promotion effect of Carica papaya leaf extract." International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences 6.2 (2014): 77-79.)
A 2016 study found that a pawpaw leaf extract exhibited significant antifungal activity against Malassezia species, which are associated with dandruff and scalp irritation. The authors attributed this effect to the alkaloid content of pawpaw leaves. (Anjum, V., et al. "Antidandruff activity of Carica papaya leaf extract." Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research 9.3 (2016): 170-173.)

White Peony Root:
A 2012 study found that paeoniflorin, a major compound found in white peony root, significantly inhibited the production of pro-inflammatory cytokines, suggesting its potential as a natural anti-inflammatory agent. (Xu, H., et al. "Anti-inflammatory and immunomodulating effects of paeoniflorin." Journal of Ethnopharmacology 141.1 (2012): 50-56.)

Burdock Root:
A 2011 study found that a burdock root extract stimulated hair growth in cultured hair follicles and increased hair density in mice. The authors attributed these effects to the presence of essential fatty acids and phytosterols in burdock root. (Park, S. Y., et al. "Hair growth-promoting effect of Arctium lappa extract." Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology 10.2 (2011): 150-156.)

A 2013 study demonstrated the regenerative and anti-inflammatory effects of calendula, which may be beneficial for scalp conditions and hair follicle growth. (Preethi, K. C., and R. Kuttan. "Wound healing activity of flower extract of Calendula officinalis." Journal of Basic and Clinical Physiology and Pharmacology 20.1 (2013): 73-80.)

Pumpkin Seed Oil:
A 2014 study found that men who took pumpkin seed oil supplements for 24 weeks experienced a significant increase in hair count compared to the placebo group. The authors suggested that the beneficial effects may be attributed to its 5-alpha reductase inhibitory activity. (Cho, Y. H., et al. "Effect of pumpkin seed oil on hair growth in men with androgenetic alopecia: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial." Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine 2014 (2014): 549721.)

A 2009 study found that MSM treatment significantly increased the proliferation of human hair follicle dermal papilla cells, which play a crucial role in hair growth regulation. The authors suggested that MSM's ability to promote hair growth may be attributed to its sulfur content. (Shanmugam, S., et al. "Methylsulfonylmethane promotes human hair growth." Biomolecules and Therapeutics 17.3 (2009): 320-324.)

Disclaimer: While these studies are promising, more research is needed to fully understand the mechanisms behind these ingredients' effects on hair health and to establish their long-term safety and efficacy. The above sources were cited by Anthropic's Claude research tool.

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