Homemade Remedies For Hair Loss

Taking care about our hair is an important element of everyone’s personal care, which plays a role of a certain daily ritual for many modern ladies. There’s nothing strange in this: every woman is trying to look beautiful and attractive. This tendency was initiated thousands of years ago, long before commercial hair care products appeared at the market, and our far ancestors used herbs, plants, other natural components for creating effective homemade remedies for hair loss.

Below, you can see some examples of homemade remedies for hair loss to assist in combating such problems as thinning hair and split ends.

  • Homemade Remedies for Hair LossGrind some black pepper and lime seeds, add some olive oil and mix thoroughly. Apply the paste to your scalp, leave for 10 minutes, then wash off with your regular shampoo.
  • If you have no allergic reactions on onion juice, apply it to your scalp and massage for 3-5 minutes, then relax your skin by applying some high quality honey. Keep for 5 minutes and then wash off.
  • Massaging coconut milk into your scalp is reported to be an effective way to slow down hair loss.
  • After washing your hair with your shampoo, rinse it in nettle, horsetail or chamomile infusion.
  • Massage some high quality olive or rosemary essential oil into your scalp.
  • Massage a mixture of jojoba oil and rosemary oil into your scalp to receive greater effects.
  • Take 1 yolk, 1 teaspoon of burdock root oil and 1 teaspoon of honey, spread along your hair, keep for 15-20 minutes then wash off with your usual shampoo.
  • A special hair loss formula: blend 5-6 drops of rosemary oil and vitamin E oil, 1 tablespoon of strong nettle tincture and 2 tablespoons of apple vinegar with 100 ml aloe vera gel. Apply this homemade remedy for hair loss to your scalp once a week.
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