Patchouli, Dark (Pogostemon cablin)
Patchouli helps with:
- promoting hair growth
- preventing hair loss
- treats and heals dry, brittle hair
- treats scalp disorders
We recommend you add essential oils to one of our hair oils, as essential oils should be diluted and not used at full strength.
For external use only.
A touch of sweet
Posted by jude from the mid-Atlantic on 13th Jul 2015
I added a few drops of my sweet orange, lavender oil, and patchouli mix to my bland body wash, homemade room deodorizer, and hand cream. It's light, fresh, and sweet with just enough patchouli so it doesn't overpower the lighter scents.
Please use a carrier oil for this little bottle of awesomeness!
Posted by Umm 'Abdullah on 26th Apr 2013
I love my patchouli, not so much as I love my camellia oil but this oil lends a promise you can trust in.
How do I know after only one use? I could not SLEEP because this oil was itching my head all night! Itchy scalp from an oil treatment means blood circulation, all that blood circulation means HAIR GROWTH, instant, instant, instant!
Being the simpleton that I am at least part-time, I put a few drops directly onto my scalp and massaged it in not realizing how powerful it would be. I recommend diluting it with a favorite oil, my weapon of choice is grapeseed oil but whatever oil interacts best with your hair go on and use that as a carrier oil and do not make the same mistake I made of massaging this directly into your scalp unless you are trying to be up all night! Could help with exams but even then scratching too much and too wildly could cost you a few precious strands...
Posted by Patsy on 10th Jun 2012
Recently I recieved my order from Henna Sooq,
have tried the Patchouli so far I love the scent, but as far as seeing any difference it is too soon, but I am very happy with the speed of my delivery and my wonderful products the only thing that would be better is if Kadjia would come to my city . I would lovethat and I would be there first with my daughters an any friends I could round up.