Schoolers Hair Oil for school-going Kids Girl & Boy with Rosemary & Tea Tree Oil –Strengthens & Promotes Hair Growth & Nourishes Hair Follicles | Hair Care – Keya Seth Aromatherapy

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Schoolers Hair Oil for school-going Kids Girl & Boy with Rosemary & Tea Tree Oil –Strengthens & Promotes Hair Growth & Nourishes Hair Follicles

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Infused with 100% pure and Natural therapeutic-grade Tea Tree Oil and Rosemary oil, it stimulates hair growth. This versatile, Essential oil-infused hair oil with a light formulation, especially for school-going kids, penetrates deep into the scalp & and hair shafts, strengthening each strand and reducing the split ends. It deeply moisturizes from the follicle to the tip, restoring hair’s natural shine and softness. This oil helps to smoothen dry, uncontrollable, frizzy hair without weighing it down and making it look greasy and flat.


Rosemary essential oil can stop hair fall and boost growth. Rich in antioxidants and antiseptic properties, rosemary essential oil for hair effectively eliminates scalp infections. It contains a high amount of Carnosic acid, which helps heal nerve and tissue damage and improves cellular turnover. Therefore, it encourages nerve growth and improves blood circulation. Blood circulation is essential to hair growth because the follicles do not get the nutrients they need to grow the hair and can die off without a proper blood supply. A study by (Yunes Panahi,, 2015) states that rosemary oil's clinical efficacy in treating androgenetic alopecia (AGA) compared its effects with minoxidil 2% and found that the results appeared similar after six months


Tea tree oil can improve symptoms of seborrheic dermatitis, a common skin condition with scaly patches on the scalp. It has Disinfectant and anti-inflammatory properties, which are useful in soothing skin irritation and wounds. The oil acts as a natural scalp conditioner and eliminates agents that cause the skin to flake. Dry scalp and hair aren't the only causes of dandruff; it can also result from oily, irritated skin, poor hygiene, skin conditions like contact dermatitis, or infection by a fungus called Malassezia. Its Fungicide properties mean it can help treat dandruff. It is also a potent cleanser, so regular use can keep your scalp clean from grime and dead skin cells, keeping hair follicles free of build-up and dandruff. Tea tree oil can also help control excess oil production by the sebaceous glands, keeping the scalp moisturized and free of dandruff. Tea tree oil also has insecticidal effects and, as such, treats head lice and parasitic insects that feed on blood.


Formulated with Castor oil and sunflower Oil. Castor oil is rich in vitamin E, fatty acids, and an essential amino acid – ricinoleic acid that is beneficial for hair health. It is also rich in Omega 6 and Omega 9 fatty acids, which fortify the hair with moisture. Castor oil is a natural conditioner that keeps your hair healthy, shiny, and soft and reduces excessive hair loss. This oil contains amounts of oleic and linoleic acids and can restore normalcy to hair. Sunflower oil provides scalp and hair with the nutrients they need for healthy, strong locks. Sunflower oil is rich in vitamins K, E, B1, B5, B6, and C, in addition to minerals like copper, phosphorus, zinc, and magnesium. Also high in polyunsaturated fatty acids, like Oleic acid and Linoleic acid to soothe and condition the skin and hair The fatty acids in sunflower oil make it deeply nourishing and perfect for taming unruly frizz.. Sunflower oil is packed with anti-inflammatory properties that fight dandruff-causing bacteria and product build up leading to a dry or itchy scalp.


This oil can be used on any hair, be it curly, straight, textured, thick, thin, fine, coarse, or color; Section the hair evenly and apply the Hair Oil from roots to tips daily. For better results, Use Schoolers Shampoo + Conditioner for healthy and beautiful hair. This oil is made with 100% Natural and Pure Ingredients. It’s Cruelty-free. No Sulphates. No Parabens. No Phthalates.

Schoolers' hair has been designed keeping the regular need for optimum hair care in mind for School-going Kids. This unique formula, enriched with essential oils & natural moisturizers, strengthens hair from the roots, keeps the scalp healthy & promotes quick hair growth. This daily hair care product can be ideally used from an early age to get healthy hair & to keep common hair concerns at bay.

  • A regular hair care product for follicular nourishment
  • Promotes healthy scalp, long & strong hair
  • Keeps common hair concerns at bay
  • Can be used by anyone of any age
  • Nourishes hair, makes the mane soft, silky & shiny

Why Should You Choose Schoolers Hair Oil?

A common concern among many mothers is whether or not hair oiling is suitable for their School-going Kids. Kids’ hair is not the same as ours. It usually has a softer, more delicate texture and can break or get damaged easily in comparison to adult hair, so it’s wise to be cautious about what products should be used. The great news is that while children often need kid-friendly shampoos, conditioners, or detangling sprays, hair oiling is one ritual that is good for both mothers and children!

Schoolers hair oil is made with A blend of essential oils of the Stimulating power of Rosemary oil, Antioxidating Tre Tree Oil, Castor oil, and Sunflower oil. For kids with short or fine hair Schooler's hair oiling encourages growth and protects them from damage or breakage. Curly-haired kids benefit from the Schoolers Hair oils as a way to define their beautiful curls and keep frizz at bay. This hair oil can also be great for avoiding tangles and making brushing less stressful for little ones. Regular use of this hair oil can have plenty of general benefits for your School-going kid's hair, no matter the type. The oil adds lubrication which helps to condition hair, leading to a tangle and frizz-free mane for your little one. Also, regular use enriches the scalp and hair with vitamins and nutrients which improve hair quality, strength, and in some cases, growth.

Rosemary Oil: Rosemary has been found in Egyptian Tombs (Sellar, 1992) Most used aromatic & medicinal plant due to its phenol biological properties (A.Sotomayora, 2013) So, the question is, Can rosemary oil help with hair growth?  According to NIH (National Library of Medicine) research, (Margot Loussouarn, 2017) Rosemary Oil contains a high amount of Carnosic acid, which helps to heal nerve damage tissue damage and improve cellular turnover. Therefore, it encourages nerve growth and improves blood circulation. Blood circulation is essential to hair growth because the follicles do not get the nutrients they need to grow the hair and can die off without a proper blood supply. A study by (Yunes Panahi,, 2015) states that rosemary oil's clinical efficacy in treating androgenetic alopecia (AGA) compared its effects with minoxidil 2% and found that the results appeared similar after six months.Author Patricia Davis wrote in her Book “Aromatherapy An A-Z ” (Davis, 1988) that it is used in rinsing water for dark hair and as scalp friction, which is valuable for excessive hair loss and also restores color to grey hair and even to cure baldness.

Tea Tree Oil: With a high voice of concern about the severe side effects of modern medicine and synthetic chemistry, aromatherapy came to be paid attention to as the replacement therapy that can substitute for and supplement this. At the time of requiring a study on a substance to substitute for this after having announced in Japan in 1998 a risk of Zincpyrithione that is being used as a component of dandruff treatment, it was thought that the aroma oil that was known for having an anti-dandruff effect has a merit of being easy in a user's access (Andrew C. Satchell MB, 2002). Thus it will be effective in curing the symptoms of dandruff. Some studies conducted the following experiment to examine whether Tea tree oil has an anti-microbial effect on the actual Malassezia; it measured the minimum concentration of tea tree oil in which the growth of Malassezia is inhibited by carrying out MIC (Minimum Inhibition Concentration) test in terms of anti-microbial activity against Malassezia furfur KCTC 7744 while using oils of Patchouli, Rosemary, Lavender, and Tea tree among aroma oils that are being used for dandruff treatment. As a result, Tea tree oil has the most excellent anti-microbial activity. Next, it is eased by applying Tea tree oil directly to the scalp of dandruff. Because of the experiment, the tea tree oil massage indicated the result of relieving the symptoms of dandruff, such as scale, itch, pain, inflammation, and sebum. Among these symptoms of dandruff, it was shown to be most effective in easing itch. This clinical experiment indicated that the tea tree oil massage has the most effect on relieving the itch of targets with a dry-skin type who had no experience with dandruff treatment. (Park, 2005)

Castor Oil: Castor oil, also known as Ricinus communis, is a nutrient-rich vegetable oil from castor beans. Although it originates in tropical East Africa, it is widely used in India and the West Indies for cosmetic and medicinal purposes. Castor oil is usually clear or pale yellow unless derived through roasting or boiling, known as black castor oil. Down to a molecular level, castor oil is a long-chained fatty acid. Fatty acids provide essential proteins and nutrients to hair follicles and prevent hair follicle inflammation. Aside from being anti-inflammatory, castor oil has a few other noteworthy properties. Some benefits of using castor oil include increased gloss or shine of the hair, increased hair shaft flexibility by coating the hair shaft, [and] providing antimicrobial properties. When it is applied to the scalp, increased blood vessel dilation increases the flow of oxygen-rich and nutrient-rich blood to the powerhouse of your follicle, the dermal papilla, or the root of the hair. Because of the nutrients in castor oil, it protects the hair follicle from outside cellular and tissue invaders that destroy the health and vitality of the hair follicle.

Sunflower Oil : Sunflower oil is packed with vitamins and fatty acids that help tame frizzy hair, prevent dry hair problems, and keep the scalp healthy. Sunflower oil comes packed with natural antioxidants that help improve scalp health by reducing inflammation, itchiness, and redness. Also, the antimicrobial compounds in the natural oil help fight dandruff-causing microbes and lower the risk of scalp infections. Since sunflower oil is a natural emollient, it deeply moisturizes hair and repairs the hair shaft, thus making it look smooth and shiny. 

What are the benefits of oiling hair?

Hair oiling has been a practice in India for centuries, pouring oil onto hair and massaging it into the scalp to increase moisture, luster, and shine. Hair oiling may soften the hair and provide vitamins and minerals that get stripped from the frequent wash. Oiling plays an important role in protecting hair from regular wear and tear. Oiling hair regularly reduces Hygral Fatigue or the swelling and drying of hair. Oils protect the follicle from surfactants by filling the gap between cuticle cells. Oil helps in scalp health. When you gently massage the scalp, it helps in exfoliation, and sometimes that helps reduce hair fall; some study & research explains that oils have fatty acids that help replace lipids in the hair. These are lost due to chemical treatments, styling, or even pollution. Lipids are very important in making the hair look and feel healthy. They help maintain the shine and gloss of hair. Oil helps strengthen the hair shaft, especially in frizzy and dry hair. It’s most beneficial when the oil is left in the hair overnight.

How often should you oil your hair?

Ayurveda recommends oiling hair almost daily as a daily routine, but that is only possible for some. It should be done at least twice a week, ideally a night before the plan to wash hair.

Benefits of oiling hair overnight -Lipids make your hair look great as they play a significant role in maintaining their health. They help keep your hair shiny and bright. Hair oil helps maintain and repair the shaft, especially in the case of frizzy and dry hair. When oil is kept in the hair overnight, it renders the best results 

If leaving oil on overnight isn’t possible, you can oil your hair an hour before you bathe and wrap your head with a hot towel. This will extract some nutrition from the oil in a short time frame,

Things to avoid while oiling your hair?

  1. Keep it for only 2-3 hours or overnight, not more than that; if you leave it for more than eight hours, it tends to collect dirt & leave the hair in excess grime.
  2. Other hair Products- Do not use other products after oiling until washed
  3. Avoid Combining immediately after an oil massage, as it can lead to hair breakage.


When should you apply hair oil?

The best time to apply hair oil is when the scalp & hair are clean. Otherwise, the oil will not get absorbed.

How can you apply oil for hair growth?

For oiling to support hair growth, the oil needs to be applied and massaged correctly and regularly to provide essential nutrients.

Should you apply oil to your hair every day?

Appling oil every day means you need to Shampoo your hair every day, and too much shampoo means a dry scalp and loss of the natural moisturizers from the hair, so better to apply oil twice or thrice a week 

Why do you observe hair fall after oiling?

Oiling and massaging cause the weak strands to fall off. Losing 50-100 strands daily is normal and nothing to be concerned about.