Red Chili Pepper Hair Treatment

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The lyrics from the musical "Hair" tout long, beautiful, streaming, flaxen, waxen hair. Many children, teens, men, and women spend countless hours washing, drying, and styling their hair. Alternative treatments and homemade remedies abound in the treatment of hair care, and the use of red chilli peppers is one of them.


Ground red chilli peppers form cayenne pepper. It is used in myriad health treatments including treating weak digestion, loss of appetite, as a pain reliever, and to ward off colds and flu. It is often mixed with olive oil, aloe, and water and used as a hair tonic.


Red chilli peppers mixed with water form a paste that can be used as an alternative hair product. This mixture is said to stimulate hair growth. Results have been seen in some people who suffer with alopecia (hair loss) and male pattern baldness.


Early medical practitioners used red chilli peppers in many cases of hair loss. They massaged the scalp with a combination of red chilli peppers, salt, and fresh onion juice. Red chilli peppers trigger blood circulation to the scalp, which enhances hair's nourishment and growth.


Most natural hair tonics today contain cayenne (ground red chilli peppers) or the capsaicin extracted from them as an essential ingredient.


A 2008 TopGear Award was presented to Santé Natural Invigorating Chili Pepper and Vitamin E Shampoo for Fine and Fragile Hair. This shampoo strengthens, protects, and thickens hair.


Red chilli peppers have a stimulating effect and can excite the senses, the skin, and the hair. When ground to make cayenne pepper, it is used as a hair tonic, shampoo, and conditioner.

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