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One of the most common hair problems most of us are facing today is hair fall. However, just because it’s common doesn’t mean you can’t do anything about it. Although genes are a primary factor why we experience hair fall, the truth is, anyone can be affected.
To treat the problem, some take special supplements or medications, but did you know that there are natural home remedies you can use against hair fall? Below, we list down some of the most effective home remedies for hair fall. Feel free to try any of them and see which one will work wonders to your crowning glory.
1. Coconut Milk
Coconut milk is rich in potassium, fats, and vitamin E that help moisturizes the hair and keep it healthy. It also contains nutrients that strengthen your hair from the roots through the tips. So, massage coconut milk to your hair regularly to have another layer of protection against hair loss.
Did you know that Neem has antibacterial properties, which help get rid of dandruff? With a dandruff-free scalp, it stays healthy and helps promote proper hair growth.
3. Aloe Vera
Aloe Vera plays a vital role in balancing your scalp and hair’s pH levels. It also works deep into the scalp to promote proper hair growth.
4. Greek Yogurt
Interestingly, Greek yogurt acts as a natural hair conditioner. It contains proteins and vitamin B5 that are beneficial for the hair. To use, apply a pack once a week, but if your hair is dry, use it twice a week.
Beetroot has protein, vitamins B and C, and potassium that are all essential for the hair. To use beetroot, boil its leaves in water. Take the leaves and grind them. Add a tablespoon of henna to make a paste. Apply it directly to the scalp and leave it on for at least 20 minutes. Rinse.
6. Chinese Hibiscus
Chinese hibiscus has phosphorus, riboflavin, vitamin C, and other essential nutrients that are important for strong and smooth hair. Its flowers also have properties that help eliminate toxins and promote proper blood circulation, hence improving hair growth.
7. Onion Juice
Onion, itself, has antibacterial properties that help get rid of bacteria that cause serious scalp infections. It also contains a sulfur that promotes blood circulation and encourages hair growth. Just be careful when applying its juice to your hair. When it reaches your eyes, it may cause extreme discomfort and a burning sensation.
8. Green Tea
After shampooing, you can use green tea to condition your hair. Green tea is believed to have properties that boost hair production and stimulate hair follicles. It even improves metabolism, which is often linked to an improved hair growth.
9. Coconut Oil
Coconut oil is widely used in hair care products because of its ability to help strengthen hair and give it a natural shine. But if you decide to use it, be sure you wash your hair within the day. Otherwise, it would appear greasy and may attract dirt and dust.
Potatoes has iron, vitamin C, and potassium that are all essential for hair health. You might want to take or use it because a deficiency of potassium may result in hair loss.
11. Egg White Mask
Take one egg white and add a teaspoon of olive oil or coconut oil. Beat it until you achieve a paste-like consistency. Apply it to your hair and scalp. Leave it on for 20 minutes for best results. Rinse it off with cool water and Osensia O so Thick & Strong shampoo. Repeat this twice a week to combat hair loss.
12. Lemon Juice
We all know that lemons are great astringents as they help tighten the pores. If its juice is applied to your scalp, it tightens the pores so they hold the strands better. Though it’s very safe to use, be sure you close your eyes as you pour the juice. You don’t want it to get into your eyes, right?
When mixed with coconut oil, honey can help moisturize the scalp and create a protective layer. It is for that reason why it is widely used to treat hair and scalp problems.
Like coconut oil, henna is widely used as a conditioner because it helps strengthen the hair. It even works as a coloring agent. But if you plan to use it, do it on alternate days.
15. Olive Oil
Olive oil is not just for cooking, it also helps nourish the scalp. Massage it gently to your scalp to improve blood circulation and promote hair growth.
16. Apple Cider Vinegar
Apple Cider Vinegar has been used by many as an antiseptic. Hence, it is not surprising why others use it on their scalp to get rid of bacteria and keep the hair healthy.
Mayonnaise contains certain kinds of acids that help prevent hair fall. It also helps make hair shiny and strong. Massage it to your scalp once a week and rinse it with lukewarm water.
There you have it! These are some natural yet effective home remedies to control hair fall. Try them at home and witness how your hair improves naturally.
Jacque is a digital marketing guru, the founder of Cebu Digital Link and saw the need to find natural solutions to our hair care problems. So, together with the team at Osensia, they continually create and introduce luxurious yet all-natural hair care products that renew, replenish, revive, and repair the hair. Check out Osensia’s blog and Follow Osensia on Twitter and Facebook to check out latest her hair care tips and advice.