Grow New Hair is a product line for hair regrowth, made of all natural ingredients, including nut and seed oils and essential oils.
The product line includes several different treatments: shampoo, conditioner, treatment, hot oil treatments, specific treatments for African-American hair, and even bald-spot touch up.
This brand is available other places online, but it’s cheapest directly from the manufacturer’s website, Just Nutritive Skincare. If you prefer to shop on Amazon, you may also find it there.
What’s In This Stuff?
All Just Nutritive products are made with nut oils, seed oils, and essential oils.
The specific ingredients in each product in the line depend on what it is (i.e. whether it’s the shampoo or the hair oil).
But I’d like to highlight what’s NOT in it: Just Naturals products do not contain sulfates, which are damaging to the skin and scalp and contribute to hair loss. Better yet, none of the products contain parabens, colors, or artificial fragrances.
Why are these ingredients added to other hair products? Many of them are added for aesthetic appeal (color and surfactants), while others are added to make them more gender specific (artificial fragrances). Others are added to preserve the products for much longer than is necessary – especially those brands that may sit on the shelves in the stores for months, or even years.
So, because Just Nutritive products does not contain the above mentioned additives, they may seem a bit different than your usual hair products. But the products are still just as effective – if not more so – at cleansing your scalp and maintaining hair health.
Therefore, Just Naturals products are safe for daily use.
To narrow in on a very popular product they sell, the Grow New Hair Treatment contains these listed, specific ingredients:
Pumpkin Seed Oil, Flaxseed Oil, Licorice Root Extract, Chia Seed Oil, Comfrey Extract, Jojoba Oil, Apricot Kernel Oil, Sea Buckthorn Oil, Olive Oil, Manuka Oil, Hazelnut Oil, Avocado Oil, Nettle Extract, Burdock Extract, Arnica Extract, Saw Palmetto Extract, Horsetail Extract, Muria Puama Extract, Eleuthero Root Extract, Green Tea Extract, Grapeseed Extract, Grapeseed Oil, Essential Oils of Clary Sage, Sweet Orange, Atlas Cedarwood, Patchouli, Ylang Ylang, Peppermint, Rosemary, Coconut Oil, Gingko Biloba Extract, Panthenol Vitamin B5.
The Grow New Hair Treatment maker’s website digs into great detail on each individual product page about what makes these ingredients special, helpful, and relevant to hair loss.
I found that very impressive, because with all of these shampoos and products out there it’s not always easy to get a straight answer about what specific ingredients are for.
To share what I mean, this is the detailed ingredient breakdown JUST for the Just Natural Grow New Hair Treatment:
Just Natural Grow New Hair Treatment: Reviews
As with most hair regrowth products, the jury is split on how well it works. There is no one-size-fits all even in a field as objective and biochemical as medication – just look at how many different drugs that have been developed for anxiety alone!
That said, I was encouraged by what I read about Grow New Hair Treatment – people who like it really like it.
While researching Just Natural Grow New Hair treatment reviews, I saw that a majority of users think these products are both good and helpful for their hair loss prevention goals.
The positive reviews come from thrilled customers (both male and female) with pictures of dramatic hair growth, coming in just after a couple weeks or a few months of using this product consistently.
I was impressed and encouraged by the number and sincerity of these positive reviews.
Many people commented on loving the way it smells – like ylang ylang and geranium. It’s a generous size bottle for the price and lasts a long time, which in hair loss treatment land is VALUABLE!
The negative reviews say mostly the same things. At least this reflects consistency in this product, since it seems to be affecting users in similar ways. The specific negative complaints some people found are mostly these three things: scalp irritation, greasy texture, and didn’t help with new hair growth.
However, it’s noteworthy that some of the negative reviews said that this product did improve the texture and strength of existing hair. For those looking to protect against breakage, this could be part of the solution.
One thought that came up for me time and again, as I was researching this product.
Because of the wide variety of plant-based and nut and seed oils in these products, it’s ENTIRELY possible that for some people with allergies or sensitivities, those allergies were triggered and may have been responsible for some of the reactions.
Particularly irritation – because that sounds exactly like an allergic reaction or irritation of the skin.
Because of this allergic reaction possibility, I would strongly recommend that anyone considering using Grow New Hair Treatment, or anything in their product line, review the ingredients lists in detail and make sure nothing jumps out as a known allergen for you personally to avoid.
That’s good advice for anyone shopping for any beauty or food treatments, but it never hurts to hear it again – better safe than sorry!
Who Should Use Just Naturals Grow New Hair Faster Treatment?
Grow New Hair is a promising natural alternative to Rogaine and other products containing Minoxidil as the active ingredient. Definitely read over the products ingredients list prior to checkout, to make sure you’re not allergic to any of the ingredients.
Any woman experiencing hair loss, looking for a natural plant-based solution, should give this treatment a shot.
The sheer quantity of natural ingredients, nut and seed oils, and essential oils makes this an attractive option for those of us who are neither biochemists nor herbalists living in the woods, but who still want to try out the perks of that knowledge.
Most importantly, I recommend that women who have had no luck with Rogaine or are hesitant to try it after hearing about negative Rogaine experiences should consider trying Grow New Hair instead.
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