I've lost so much hair since having my son, I'm healing it with products I already had at home, I'm shook at the results | The Sun

A COSMETIC pro has shared the DIY hair mask she swears by for stimulating re-growth.

After suffering from hair loss, the young mother made a homemade mixture to tackle the issue.

In her video, Katie (@katietingle) explained: "Since having Louis I have experienced a lot of post-partum hair loss."

Showing her followers her baby hairs, she continued: "I don’t know if you can see these bits but obviously that whole section fell out and now it’s slowly growing back."

However, when she ran her fingers through her hair Katie still noticed a lot of strands coming out.

The TikToker, who has a diploma in cosmetic chemistry, said she was "healing my post-partum hair loss naturally with products you probably have at home."

She explained: "I’m trying to do this oil mask a little bit more regularly than usual, I probably only do it about once a month.

"In here I’ve got Moroccan argon oil, castor oil, olive oil, jojoba oil, and avocado oil."

Katie told viewers that she makes the DIY mask in a big batch and runs it through the ends of her hair.

"I want to make sure the ends are nice and hydrated and then I massage it into my scalp because that’s how hair growth is stimulated," she said.

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While split, dry, or dead ends are often beyond repair, Katie recommended replenishing them with castor oil.

"Castor oil is one of the oils that get back inside the follicle and can help," she explained.

For her second step, Katie added essential oils to her scalp, being careful not to touch her skin.

"Essential oils are so concentrated you need to be extra careful when applying them to the skin," she explained as she massaged the product onto her scalp.

The hair pro also recommended reading the ingredients on hair masks carefully before use.

She told viewers: "So many ingredients put a synthetic film on the hair but actually do more damage.

"So your hair feels quite nice because it’s been coated in silicone but there’s always alcohol and all this excess [stuff] in all those masks."

Katie advised her followers to follow her personal hair re-growth regime and leave the DIY mask on for a couple of hours.

"I’m wearing it in a slicked-back bun today because obviously, you want to make sure that you have it off your skin, especially if you are prone to breakouts because it is a heavy oil-based mask," she said.

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She showed her followers her hair after washing out the mask and letting her locks air dry.

Katie said that she was left "shook" by the dramatic transformation.

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