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The thing is, coconut oil is pretty drying. I know, its an oil but it's a dry oil, if you will. Its also a 4 on the comedogenic scale, if that matters to you. Meaning it can often clog pores and make little red bumps. I use the ACV shampoo bar and on the site they have a scalp treatment oil that I've been eyeing. Its supposed to get rid of dandruff and other stuff that hinders hair from growing. Its got dht blockers. You might want to try that. [link] I dont have dandruff anymore but I've had some hairloss, I think because of crappy scalp/hair treatment for years... If anyone tries it let us know!!
I tried making my own oil mix, but it's not for me. Just get something like ScalpWorks. It's got all the oils you need plus all the stuff you want. Check out the ingredient list. I'm really liking it...
I'd suggest massaging oils into your scalp. Got the idea from reading others here, and it's the only thing that's working for me. I leave it in for about 20 minutes before showering. If you've got the patience, you can mix your own oils (gotta get your percentages right). Or buy your oils pre-blended, there are some good ones out there, just search Amazon. I'm using ScalpWorks, it's got everything and it's helping. Good luck, man.
I do pretty much the same. Started massaging ScalpWorks into my itchy areas. It's been helping. I get it on Amazon and it's got all the good oils in it. Saw Palmetto, Ecklonia Cava, Peppermint, Neem Powder, Cuskuta Seed, Pygeum Bark, Green Tea, etc. Just warm up a little on the fingertips and massage it in.
> you have to be careful with the % you use in your solution
Exactly why I didn't want to do it myself. I just get ScalpWorks on Amazon so it's all done for me.
Good point about the harshness of tea tree oil. I was recommended ScalpWorks for my scalp condition (my scalp's dry and a little scaly at times, which is just weird) and it's been helping. There's no tea tree oil in it. Instead its got stuff like jamaican black castor oil, pumpkin seed oil, neem oil, cuskuta seed oil, ecklonia cava and burdock root. I just massage a little in before bed and wash it out when I shower in the morning. It seems to be helping...
Maybe try some topical oils? I see a lot of posts about pumpkin seed oil, castor oil, emu oil, etc. I came across this one the other day and it looks like it's got all the right stuff.
I get it on Amazon
...Or you could just get something already made. I started using [this scalp serum]( https://www.amazon.com/ScalpWorks-Nourishing-Treatment-Natural-Blocker/dp/B07GD84W12/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=scalpworks&qid=1553789690&s=gateway&sr=8-1 ) which has a bunch of DHT blockers and oils like castor oil, pumpkin seed oil, peppermint and neem oil etc. A lot better for my skin, I think than minoxidil, which really made my scalp irritated and itchy. I'm pretty sure this stuff can be used by women as its topical and its on Amazon Prime.
Feel your pain, my bro. Have you tried using ScalpWorks yet? I massage that shit in twice a day now, morning and night. I think it's helping.