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Carrier Oils for Hair

Re-define your hair care routine with these top carrier oils for shinier, longer, and healthier locks.

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How do I mix carrier oils for hair?

Carrier oils themselves can be applied straight onto the hair without the need for dilution and only require a bit of a lighter hand if they’re particularly heavy oils.

Light carrier oils for hair, like grapeseed or almond oil, may be preferable if you’re prone to greasiness or build-up on your scalp.

If you want to include essential oils in your hair care routine, carrier oils are crucial for ensuring safe application. Mix 2 to 3 drops of essential oil with a teaspoon of carrier oil and apply gradually as needed.

If you want a more in-depth breakdown of how to mix these oils together, you can check out our dilution guide.

 Drop of carrier oil on a surface

Which carrier oil is best for hair growth?

There are numerous carrier oils for hair growth available, with coconut, jojoba, sweet almond, and castor oil being some of the most popular choices.

Many of these are also great carrier oils for hair loss, so adding these into your routine if you find your locks thinning out could be a good first step.

To get the most sure-fire results for hair growth, try combining your chosen carrier oil with a mix of hair-boosting essential oils like rosemary, peppermint, or lavender – all of which have proven benefits for hair growth and scalp health. 

woman ruffling up her hair

Which carrier oil is best for hair?

Argan oil is probably the most well-known of the carrier oils for hair, and for good reason. It’s high in antioxidants, vitamin E, and essential fatty acids that can help keep hair looking and feeling its best.

That being said, it’s not the only carrier oil with some decent weight behind it.

Oils like jojoba are revered for their ability to protect hair and clear bacteria, whereas perhaps lesser-known oils like grapeseed pack a decent punch in combatting environmental stressors like wind, sun, and pollution.

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