Home remedies for hair loss that really work!
You lose about 50 to 100 hair per day, which is normal, according to dermatologists.
By the time hair loss exceeds this stage, we begin to notice larger handfuls of hair or trimmed areas, a condition called alopecia.
Many people experience thirsty places in their thirties, as hormonal changes, stress, and unhealthy eating habits are currently exerting their detrimental effects. This is why, in addition to trying to correct the causes of hair loss or the onset of baldness, it is helpful and effective to start using home remedies for hair regrowth.
Onions and garlic
Did you know that the ingredients we use every day in recipes for our meals can help develop natural remedies for baldness that stimulate hair regrowth. Sulfur activates the creation of collagen, which helps the hair to grow. Onion and garlic are rich sources of sulfur and this explains why they are used in conventional medicines for hair regrowth.
Sauté the onion in small pieces and crush it to extract the juice. Apply to the scalp and let it work for about 15 minutes, then wash with a mild shampoo.
Crush two cloves of garlic, add a little coconut oil and boil for 2 minutes. When this mixture is at pleasant temperature to the touch, apply on the scalp by rubbing a little. Repeat this treatment 2 to 3 times a week for best results.
Another ingredient that may be useful is coconut. Coconut contains a large number of compounds that improve the health and growth of the hair. Coconut milk contains proteins, essential fats and minerals, for example, potassium and iron. Regular use can strengthen brittle hair.
Coconut oil provides the same compounds and also helps strengthen the hair by making them penetrate from root to tip. Regular use of this oil by rubbing it on the scalp exercises a protective action against baldness.
Grate the coconut and make coconut milk. Apply this cream on areas where the hair is thinned. Leave the cream all night, and in the morning wash it off with water.
Used for a long time for hair coloring and as a conditioner in Asian and African countries, henna is a major tonic for hair. Mixed with mustard oil, its action is even more amazing.
Put about 250 ml of mustard oil in a saucepan, add 60 g of washed and dried henna leaves. Heat the mixture until the leaves are completely flambéed. Then filter the mixture with a gauze. Allow to cool and keep away from light. You can use the preparation to massage the scalp very regularly.
Some use a blend for hair revitalization which includes 1 measure of powdered henna leaves mixed with a larger measure of curd. Apply the preparation on the scalp and allow to dry. Then, wash with cool water and a mild shampoo. If you want wonderful hair, try these homemade blends with henna.
Coconut oil and hibiscus are key factors in the thick hair that is seen in people living in Kerala, India. Hibiscus has revitalizing properties: it regenerates the hair, prevents it from blanching early and helps to get rid of dandruff. Regular use of hibiscus flowers can help prevent male alopecia.
Mix some hibiscus flowers and mix them with sesame oil or coconut oil to make a fine paste. Apply this paste to the scalp, leave it about 2 hours then wash with fresh water and a mild shampoo.
Rich in vitamin C and nutrients favorable to cellular strengthening, amla is the ideal answer to most male pattern baldness problems. In addition to the application on the scalp, for its moisturizing, nourishing, softening, restructuring and strengthening properties, the fruit of the amla can be used in cosmetics and for food. It is also used in Ayurvedic medicine for its antioxidant qualities, its richness in vitamin C and its polyphenols, for circulatory disorders and a wide range of health problems.
Use amla powder available in organic stores. Add 2 teaspoons of powder to 2 teaspoons of freshly squeezed lemon juice. Mix well, and apply on the scalp