Divine Herbal Hair Oil
Q. How long does it take to see results?
A. Hair will usually stop falling within 4-6 weeks. Signs of hair re-growth normally begin at 6-12 weeks but may take up to 6 months in some cases (less than 10% of all customers).
Q. How long has Divine Herbal Hair Oil been on the market for?
A. Since June 2010.
Q. There are some oils that are not included which are well known to help with hair growth. Why is this?
A. In order for us to include an oil it has to be A. Proven as beneficial to the hair/ scalp and B. Be able to work in synergy with the other ingredients. A small number of oils/extracts were not compatible with the blend and hence not included.
Q. Is Divine Herbal Hair Oil tested on animals or does it contain any animal derived ingredients?
A. No. We do not use any animal derived ingredients and at no stage was Divine Herbal Hair Oil ever tested on an animal.
Q. How long does one bottle last for and once opened, how soon does it have to be used?
A. With normal usage one 100ml (3.38 fl oz) bottle of Divine Herbal Hair Oil should last 3 months. As Divine Herbal Hair Oil is a preservative-free product, once opened it should be used up within 6 months.
Q. What does Divine Herbal Hair Oil smell like? Does it feel ‘greasy’?
A. Divine Herbal Hair Oil has a light, fairly unobtrusive herbal smell with hints of citrus and peppermint. It generally dissipates within half an hour of applying. Moreover, it is not a particularly ‘heavy’ or ‘greasy’ oil blend that will coat your hair or weigh it down.
Q. Is one bottle sufficient for my treatment or will I need to re-purchase every time I run out of it?
A. In most cases 1-2 bottles should be sufficient to achieve a total cessation of hair loss and to see new hair growth. After this you can continue to use Divine Herbal Hair Oil just once a week to retain the benefits and keep the scalp healthy.
Q. Can I use my own shampoo with Divine Herbal Hair Oil?
A. It is recommended that you use Divine Herbal Shampoo to wash out Divine Herbal Hair Oil, as many other shampoo’s on the market contain ingredients such as SLS (Sodium Laureth/Lauryl Sulphate) which may aggravate the scalp, which in turn may lead to hair loss. However, if you already use an SLS/SLES-free shampoo then it is fine to continue using that.