Black Seed Oil - Hair Growth Oil. Uses and Benefits.

The truth behind Black seed oil and hair growth

These days there is always that one buzzy ingredient that peaks people’s interest and black seed oil tops that list for hair care must haves.

Black seed oil comes from Nigella Sativa, which is a small plant with pale purple, blue, white flowers.

Black seeds and their oil have a long history of folklore usage in the Indian and the Arabian civilizations as food and medicine and have been commonly used as treatment for a variety of health conditions.

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Black seed oil a good source of essential amino acids, omega-3, omega-6, omega-9, Vitamin A (Retinoid) and super nutrients Nigellone and Thymoquinone, all of which boost the health of skin and hair.

If you're looking for a potent oil that is most effective for hair growth, you've probably come across some pretty convincing testimonials of  black seed oil.

Some people even consider it a straight-up godsend for any number of hair struggles thinks: fine or thinning hair, dullness, dryness, dandruff the works!


Lush Vitality’s pure Black Seed oil is cold pressed from the seeds of the Nigella sativa plant. The process of cold extraction ensures that the bio actives in the seeds remain 100% potent imparting maximum efficacy.


Reduces Hair Fall:

Black seed oil is a super ingredient to treat your hair fall; it contains potent nutrients, which are a rich sources of nourishment for your hair and follicles, thus curbing hair loss.

Conditions the Hair

Rich fatty amino acids in black seed oil help moisturise the hair shaft, strengthening and conditioning the hair.

Soothes the Scalp:

Black seed oil is naturally antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory. Black seed oil works great when diluted with a carrier oil to soothe scalp conditions that are caused by inflammation and sensitivity.

Stimulates Hair Regrowth:

Black seed oil naturally restores hair growth due to its high concentration of thymoquinone, a powerful antihistamine.

Black seed oil contains Omega 3 and 6 biomolecules that encourage blood circulation especially in the head, which is known to promote hair growth.  

It Prevents Greying:

Black seed oil plays a significant role in preventing greying of hair by improving the performance of hair cells that are responsible for the pigmentation of the hair follicles.

How to use?

Scalp massage

Massaging your hair with pure black seed oil to stimulate hair growth and nourish the hair follicles.

We recommend giving your scalp a black seed oil massage for a minimum of 3 times in a week.

Hair Conditioning Pack

Mix equal portion of Black Seed oil and Jojoba oil and apply this blend on the length of the hair. Leave for half and hour and wash off with a SLS/SLE free shampoo.

Anti Dandruff Formula

Mix some drops of freshly squeezed lemon juice in black seed oil and apply this on the scalp and areas where there is dandruff. Leave on for 20 minutes and wash off with a SLS/SLE free shampoo.

Consistency is key

As with much in life—finding true love, earning a degree, and cooking a meal—good things come to those who wait. Black seed oil isn’t an overnight fix, so you’ll need to use the oil daily for at least three months for noticeable results.