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Organic Root Stimulator Serum Update

April 21, 2014 41 Comments

Organic Root Stimulator Serum Update

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I posted the Camp Wander version of this clinical trial inspired serum back in November of 2013, I've been using the serum twice a week, sometimes only once since then. While I blowing out my hair this morning, trying to deal with the unruly new growth in front (as shown above) I decided it's time for an Organic Root Stimulating Serum update. Note: the rest of my bangs or fringe in front is at least 10 inches long, this is definitely new growth and I'm very, very happy with the results! What excited me most besides more regrowth is the fact that the ingredients are completely natural and, affordable!  No doctor visit, no prescription just pure essential oils, organic Emu oil and a dash of time and commitment. That said, the serum isn't perfect and because it's oily it needs to be applied at night and washed out in the morning.  As I mentioned in the original post, Organic Root Stimulating Serum there's no guarantee it will work for everyone.  If you're balding, it may or may not be effective.  The best results seem to come to those with thinning hair, where there's still some growth activity and active hair follicles.  In my own case, I saw rapid growth in some areas (as shown) and slow growth in others.  I've not been consistent at all with application which may be why but I can't be sure. Hair Serum Several weeks ago I was pleased to find out that this same serum is helping people with thinning eyebrows!  That happy surprise never crossed my mind until I read a comment left on the original blog post, yay!  I encourage you to read the original blog post and to follow the link to the clinical trial run in Scotland who led the study using Lavender, Rosemary, Cedarwood and Thyme pure essential oils along with organic emu oil. I do believe the effort is worth a try, just remember that sooner is better than later. Once follicles fail, it's next to impossible to stimulate and revive them back to healthy hair growth.  If you have challenges with alopecia or chemo related hair loss, this simple serum could help you.  As you'll read in the study summary, these conditions were what inspired the need and design of the clinical trial. 1 cw round 150  



41 Responses

Sheetal
Sheetal

May 10, 2017

Hi Rebecca, the link to emu oil in the above post does not work. Is there a substitute for emu oil? Emu oil is expensive. Thank you for all your wonderful posts. Since being introduced to your blog, I use EOs in everyday life.

Gwyn
Gwyn

May 10, 2017

I think it has to do with Emu Oil’s unique similarity to our own skin oil and it’s make up. I don’t know how the two compare to each other (I know Argan is very good as well) but I’m going to guess that Rebecca used Emu specifically here because that is what they used in the study she based her recipe on. If I know her she did quite a bit of research after reading this study and decided it had enough merit to explore. I’m sure you could give it a try with Argan oil if you want it wouldn’t be wrong just different. That’s part of the attraction of these formulas for me, you can always tweak them to make them your own or suit your needs, it’s never wrong just new and different. Enjoy!

Gwyn
Gwyn

May 10, 2017

I purchased some either at Vitacost or Amazon (I forget which one but probably Vitacost) a while ago, it wasn’t too expensive and it has lasted a long time. A little goes a long way. Maybe check them out.

Sal
Sal

May 10, 2017

Just curious if Argan oil would work better than Emu oil since it is known to help with rejuvenation of hair & folicles? What makes Emu oil better other than its high fat content?

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

Use only a few drops (one at a time)and massage into scalp in sections. There’s no need to get the length of your hair oiled up, just the scalp :)

Michele
Michele

May 10, 2017

How do you get the emu oil out of your hair. I used this but my hair just stayed greasy.
Thanks,
Michele

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

As I mentioned in the post there’s no guarantee this will work but it might! It’s natural so you wouldn’t need to worry about side effects which is a big plus. If you try it and it helps please let us know!

Vickylynne
Vickylynne

May 10, 2017

Hi, does anyone know if this (or something different) would work on scalp scars? My 9 yr old has had several surgeries (and will have more over the course of her lifetime) and she has scars that have no hair. They are towards the front and not easily covered. Just looking for something to help, any info would be appreciated!
Vicky

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

You’re welcome Jeanne :)

Jeanne
Jeanne

May 10, 2017

Thank you so much for this information. I lost a lot of hair about a year ago from physical and emotional trauma. The fact that you can see my scalp really bothers me I tried using Rogaine for short amount of time but I just could not contend with the chemicals. I ordered all of the ingredients and I can’t wait to start trying this thank you so much for your information

Sheetal
Sheetal

May 10, 2017

Thank you, Gwyn.

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

Cindy, I use common thyme essential oil. I can vouch for the Spark Natural oils because they’ve been working for me. FYI, this week is shipping is only $3, might be a good time to order thyme :)

http://sparknaturals.com/index.php/essentialoils/eo-thyme.html

AND 10% savings if you use the code campwander at checkout!

Cindy Sampey
Cindy Sampey

May 10, 2017

Hi, I had all of the ingredients for this serum except the thyme essential oil. When I went to my health food store, they had White Thyme essential oil, but not just thyme oil. Is this okay to use or do I need to find just thyme essential oil?

Thanks,

Cindy

Mickie
Mickie

May 10, 2017

Got my emu oil today and have started the treatment tonight. Can’t wait to see if it works for me!!! Emu oil is great stuff, I can attest to that. A few years ago after suffering damage to our home due to Hurricane Ike I developed a good case of the shingles. Friend of a friend sent me to the healthfood store for Emu Oil which worked for the rash, sooooo I am ready to try this on thinning hair and brows. Thanks so much for all your information.

Janice
Janice

May 10, 2017

Emu oil is known for it’s amazing transdermal properties. To be more specific, it is known to penetrate 3 layers of skin in 90 seconds. This helps get the other ingredients down to the hair follicles so they can work more effectively.

Blanca
Blanca

May 10, 2017

i have prepared this for my husband…I have made at least three preparations so far and he has been using it pretty consistently at night. What he has noticed is that the rest of his hair has become drier than usual. Any suggestions?

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

It’s still working for me Vicky, I use it maybe twice a week.

VICKY HIGH
VICKY HIGH

May 10, 2017

Can you give an update on how this is working?

Thanks!

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

Many have used the Virginiana genus, I think you’re good to go with what you have :)

Sheila Coito,
Sheila Coito,

May 10, 2017

Awe man- I just made this and noticed my doterra cedar wood is different than sparks. I’ve been ordering a lot now from sparks but not that one, I guess:(. Do u think it will matter?
DoTERRA cedar wood= Juniperus Virginiana

Linda
Linda

May 10, 2017

How much EO do you use to Emu oil?

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

You sure can, I have for almost 2 years

Marie
Marie

May 10, 2017

Can you use this hair stimulator recipe on colored treated hair?

Pat
Pat

May 10, 2017

Lots of questions from a Newbie….combating hair thinning and looking at the Hair Rinse, Thicker Hair Blend and the OG Root Stimulating Serum Recipes…..which ones to start with??
Hair Rinse for everyday?
Stimulating Serum 2x a week at night?
And where/when would I apply the Thicker Hair Blend?
Or is all 3 an overkill?
Trying to determine which EO’s to purchase for my daily/weekly routine.
I look forward to your response, Rebecca!
Thank you!!

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

Blanca, use just enough serum to massage into scalp with fingertips. There’s no need to comb it throughout the length of his hair. If this is the case, you’re using too much :)

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

I would be careful around the eyes Loraine, but a good substitute would be Lavender and Frankincense well diluted in a coconut oil salve base to moisturize and strengthen. I do use this serum on my brows however!

Loraine
Loraine

May 10, 2017

Would it be ok to use this on eyelashes? Or would it irritate the eyes?

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

It’s available now, in the CW Shop! www.campwander.com/shop

Flipper
Flipper

May 10, 2017

When will the Hair Stimulating Emu oil be available?
Thank you

Patricia
Patricia

May 10, 2017

Please make this Hair Serum for your CW Shop!!!
Already purchasing many of your items now!
Awesome!!
Just Love All your products!!!

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

Tina, the trial was designed for human hair loss so I couldn’t say but that said, keep in mind that essential oils are powerful and this blend may be a little too powerful for your 15 lb pup in my opinion.

Tina
Tina

May 10, 2017

Hello, would this be safe to use on a dog that weights 15 pounds?
Thanks!

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

Hi Alexandra – We think you are going to be very happy with this blend. Be sure to allow it a month or more of consistent application to show new growth. Great news about Birch! Such a workhorse isn’t it?

Alexandra Storm
Alexandra Storm

May 10, 2017

I have been looking at this blend for a while now. My hair has been thinning for years. I have finally mixed up this blend to use. I am not expecting a full growth, but a little fuzz on the head to give the illusion of fullness would be awesome. I am a firm believer in EOs after a trial of Birch oil, which reduced significantly the arthritis nodules (Herberdens nodes) on my fingers. So I am hoping this one will work as well. To be honest, I wouldn’t think why not, I have so far had such success with EOS, that I am convinced it will work. Are there by any chance more before and after pictures available??

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

I don’t believe adding the serum to your shampoo would work – too diluted. The reason emu oil is used is for it’s deep penetrating properties among other benefits however, you’re free to experiment with other oils like our rosehip seed oil perhaps!
https://campwander.com/product/rosehip-seed-oil/

Pablo
Pablo

May 10, 2017

Hi!!!
Could I add the serum to my shampoo?
Could I use another oil insted of emu oil? I’m vegetarian.
Thanks!!!!

Emma
Emma

May 10, 2017

Jeanne…its been two years since you started using this formula…what are the results??

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

Shelley, thanks for your questions! You can learn more about where this protocol came from and the recipe. You’ll be interested to know, the clinical study took place in Scotland, small world! And yes, we post to lovely Scotland :)

https://campwander.com/2013/11/organic-root-stimulating-serum-a-natural/

Shelley
Shelley

May 10, 2017

Hi, as someone who suffers with massive hair loss, I’m quite interested in trying this. Can I ask, please, what’re the proportions used as I can’t seem to find the info. Or must I purchase a ‘kit’ that will include the recipe? I’ve been making my own shampoo with some added peppermint EO, and have seen lots of very fine new growth, so hoping this scalp treatment will be helpful too. If I must buy a kit, do you post to Scotland? Many thanks!

Rebecca
Rebecca

May 10, 2017

Pablo, I see you’ve made your own hair serum blend with your own oils and emu oil, am I safe to assume that? I have experience with the blend I created using pure, therapeutic essential oils and organic emu oil – I’ve never had a reaction with these products in the 2 years + that I’ve been using it however, I realize everyone is different. If you’re experiencing a reaction with your blend of pure ingredients I would encourage you to cut back on use. One drop should cover almost a 2 inch radius of scalp, less is more when it comes to pure essential oils.

Pablo
Pablo

May 10, 2017

Hi Rebecca!
thanks for your reply!
My scalp seems to react to the serum (30 ml bottle, 36 drops of each oil and topping with the emu oil).
It turned red and dry, could it be the rosemary? Should I add less drops of any oil?
Thank you!!!!

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