Hair loss can be a stressful thing to have to deal with. There is a myriad of causes, from stress, to improper diet, allergies to hormone changes, and treating your thinning hair can be worrisome.
Hair loss can be a stressful thing to have to deal with. There is a myriad of causes, from stress, to improper diet, allergies to hormone changes, and treating your thinning hair can be worrisome. There are multiple home remedies for treating hair loss, some of which are actually helpful while others can be a little ridiculous. We've gone ahead and put together a short list of remedies which are actually proven to work in most cases, depending on the kind of hair thinning you are facing.
1. Aloe Vera – We're talking about the gel that is extracted directly from the plant. You can gather the gel yourself by slicing a leaf with a knife and simply scooping out the gel. You'll need to extract about two teaspoons of the gel, and massage it into your scalp for about five minutes. Let it sit for about twenty-five minutes before rinsing with warm water. You'll want to do this twice a week for the best results. The Aloe stimulates dead skin cells into regrowth, allowing dormant follicles to reawaken.
2. Eggs for Thinning Hair – Eggs are a great source of protein and sulfur, both of which are needed for excellent, thick hair growth. By combining one egg with one tablespoon of olive oil, and then applying the mixture to your hair and scalp and leaving it on for twenty minutes. You'll stimulate new hair growth as well as revitalize damaged and dry hair. You can do this once or twice a week but be careful because it can get a little messy.
3. Amla – Combine one tablespoon of Amla powder with one tablespoon of lime juice and then apply it to your hair and scalp. Once your hair is completely covered, allow the mixture to dry. Only then will you wash your hair with your regular shampoo and cool water. Do this once a week. As it turns out, Amla is a great way to not only boost your hair growth but your immune system as well. It's full of antioxidants and vitamin C, boosting the collagen levels that your hair needs to grow and stay healthy.
4. Henna Leaves – Henna strengthens your hair while also conditioning it. This makes it less likely for your hair to fall out due to damage. Simply grind a bunch of henna leaves with water until you have a smooth mixture, then apply this mixture to your hair and scalp. Allow it to stay in your hair for three hours before washing it out with your shampoo and cool water. Be careful though, because like the eggs, this one is a bit messy.
5. Coconut Oil – Many people have seen this oil as a cure-all, while in actuality it isn't very healthy for consumption. However, coconut oil is rather good for your hair, promoting hair growth and strengthening your hair and helping with your scalp and skin health. (It also makes for a great, natural conditioner.) Simply warm the oil a little and massage it into your scalp for fifteen minutes before working it into the rest of your hair. Allow it to sit for at least half an hour before washing it out.
Home remedies are nice to have on hand when you're facing hair thinning. However, while proven to have some success, they don't always work for every person. If you're facing hair thinning and haven't had success with the home remedies, or want a proven, effective way of promoting your hair growth, then you should seek out Mane Image Hair Replacement Center. We offer a range of choices to treat hair loss and our experts can help you figure out a plan that is best for you.
There's no reason for you to have to face your hair loss on your own. Contact us at Mane Image Hair Replacement Center today for more information on our services, or any questions you may have about our list of home remedies.