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Home Remedies for Hair Loss


Many of us may experience hair loss, there are things you can try at home to help thicken your hair and to help recover from balding

There are many different reasons that you might lost your hair, and although it is not normally something to worry about, it does not stop it from being upsetting. The good news is that there are some things that you can do that can help to prevent your hair loss. We should note, that it is completely normal to lose hair, and on average, we lose between 50 and 100 hairs every day, and the likelihood is that you will not even realise it.

Hair loss is more often than not completely normal and nothing to worry about, although it should be noted though that some forms of hair loss are permanent, such as female and male pattern baldness, however, this normally runs in the family. Sometimes though, it can be a side effect of a medical condition, or even a sign of one. Hair loss can be caused by, an illness, stress, cancer treatment, weight loss, and iron deficiency.

You should make an appointment to see your doctor, or a medical professional if, you have a sudden hair loss, you develop bald patches, if you’re losing hair in clumps, your head burns and itches, or if you are at all worried about the hair loss that you are experiencing.

If the hair loss that you are experiencing is completely normal, there are certain things that you can do. Below are just some of the best natural treatments that you can try.

Egg mask:

Egg masks are a really effective treatment to stimulate hair growth and protect your hair because they contains high levels of sulphur, phosphorous, selenium, iodine, zinc and protein.

This is really easy to prepare at home as well, and most of us will have the ingredients in the house already. Simply, separate one egg white into a bowl and add one teaspoon of olive oil and one teaspoon of honey. Beat these together well to form a paste, and then apply it directly to your hair, from root to tips. Leave this on for twenty minutes, before rinsing with a mild shampoo.

Liquorice root:

Liquorice root is great at protecting your hair from damage, and from preventing hair loss. On top of this, it is also great for those who suffer from dandruff, as it can help to soothe the scalp and get rid of any dry flakes.

Make a simple paste, by adding a tablespoon of ground liquorice root, and a quarter of a teaspoon of saffron to one cup of milk. Apply this mixture directly to the scalp, and the length of your hair, before leaving it to work its magic overnight. The following morning, wash your hair normally, and repeat this process twice a week.

Coconut milk:

This wonder product is used in a lot of natural remedies, and the protein and essential fats that it has in it, can promote hair growth and prevent you from losing your hair.

To prepare, grate a medium sized coconut, before simmering it in a pan for five minutes. Strain the mixture and allow to cool. Add one tablespoon of crushed black pepper, and fenugreek seeds to the milk, before applying to your scalp and hair. Leave this on for twenty minutes, before rinsing with shampoo.

Green tea:

Green tea contains really high levels of antioxidants, which are not only fantastic for our overall health,  but will also help to boost hair growth, and prevent hair loss.

Simply soak two to three teabags in one to two cups of hot water. You will need the larger measures for longer hair. Allow this to cool, before pouring it over your scalp and hair, whilst gently massaging your head. Leave this on your hair for an hour, before rinsing with cool water.

Beetroot juice:

Beetroot juice might seem like a strange thing to pour over your hair, but it contains really high levels of vitamins C and B6, folate, manganese, betaine and potassium, which are all required to promote healthy hair growth. It will also act as a detox, which will help to keep the scalp really fresh and clean.

Boil seven to eight beetroot leaves and grind along with five to six henna leaves. This will form a paste, which should then be applied to your scalp, before being left for fifteen to twenty minutes, before rinsing well with warm water.

Greek yoghurt and honey:

These are both really great ingredients, for your body, and your gut health. Both ingredients are great items to have at home, as they can be used in a variety of different dishes, and natural remedies.

Mix two tablespoons of yoghurt with one tablespoon of honey and lemon into a bowl. Using a brush, apply this directly to the scalp and roots, as if you were applying hair dye. Leave this mixture on for thirty minutes, before rinsing off with cold water. This paste has best results when used weekly.

Aloe Vera:

This really popular home remedy is also great at stimulating hair growth, and preventing hair loss. On top of this, it is also great at reducing and itching and flaking of the scalp, so it is great for those who suffer from dandruff.

To use effectively, simply take the stalk of the Aloe Vera and extract the pulp. Apply this directly to your scalp and the rest of your hair, before leaving this mixture on for approximately forty five minutes. Rinse well with warm water, and repeat three to four times a week in order to see great results.

Onion Juice:

Although it might seem like an odd choice, onion juice is great at helping to fight any scalp infections, as well as improving the blood circulation to the hair follicles, which will promote hair growth.

Simply grind the onion up, before squeezing out the juice. Dip a cotton pad into the juice and apply directly to the scalp before leaving it on for twenty to thirty minutes. Wash this off using normal, warm water and a milk shampoo. Repeat once a week to really see a difference.


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