How to Make an All-Natural DIY Hair Growth Serum With 3 Ingredients

8 Materials
5 Minutes

Make a DIY hair growth serum at home that will not only tame frizzy hair and add shine but also boost hair growth. Use it after hair wash on slightly damp hair and leave it in, or you can also use a small amount on your hair and scalp before bedtime.

Keep reading to get the complete homemade hair serum recipe and see how I make it.

Tools and materials:

  • Aloe vera gel
  • Black seed oil
  • Rosemary oil
  • Mixing bowl
  • Spoon
  • Storage container
  • Eye dropper
  • Measuring spoon
Homemade hair serum recipe

1. Add aloe vera gel

Place one tablespoon of aloe vera gel in a clean mixing bowl. Aloe vera contributes to promoting healthy cell growth and shiny hair.

You can use commercial aloe vera gel or fresh aloe vera gel. Just keep in mind that store-bought aloe vera can be used for up to a month, while the fresh version needs to be refrigerated and has a shorter shelf-life of around 4-5 days. 

Making the homemade hair growth serum

2. Add black seed oil

To boost hair growth, add a teaspoon of black seed oil. 

How to make hair growth serum

3. Add rosemary oil

Next, add a ¼ cup of rosemary oil to promote a healthy scalp. 

Mixing the DIY hair serum for growth

4. Mix everything

Thoroughly mix everything together; you should have a runny, gel-like consistency. 

Pouring the mixture into a container

5. Place in storage container

Carefully pour the homemade hair growth serum in an eye dropper bottle. Use a measuring spoon for this. 

Applying a few drops to hands

6. Apply to your scalp

To use this powerful DIY hair growth serum, all you need to do is apply a few drops to your scalp and hair. 

DIY hair growth serum

DIY hair growth serum

That’s it - in 5 minutes, you can make yourself this lovely DIY hair growth serum that not only smells great but has some powerful ingredients that combat hair loss and promote hair growth. 

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial on how to make hair growth serum, and let me know in the comments below how yours turned out. 

Suggested materials:
  • Aloe vera gel
  • Black seed oil
  • Rosemary oil
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