Lemon Juice For Hair Loss

Among the other natural treatments for hair loss, it is possible to name such a popular and affordable herbal remedy as lemon juice. In particular, it can stimulate your hair growth and re-growth in the cases, when your problems with hair are caused by ineffective nutrition and hormonal shifts. Lemon juice has excellent nourishing properties and is rich in such elements as phosphorus, vitamins B and A, as well as antioxidants. Using lemon juice can assist in making your hair look healthier, shiny and gorgeous.

Lemon JuiceThe easiest way is doing regular scalp massages with several drops of lemon juice, which can be done once a week. Take 5-6 drops of freshly squeezed lemon juice and rub them into your scalp. Keep for 10-15 minutes, then wash away with your usual shampoo. This treatment will help to strengthen your hair roots and get rid of such problems a dandruff.

Besides, you can prepare a special homemade remedy to nourish and strengthen your hair.  Mix 1 cup of warm water with 1 egg and 5 tablespoons of henna. Add the juice of half lemon, mix carefully and rub the mixture into your scalp. Keep it for about 2 hours, until your scalp gets completely dry, and then wash away with water or your usual shampoo. This is a very effective natural remedy for hair strengthening and growth.

Also, you can use lemon juice for preparing other natural hair loss and strengthening masks. For example, you can mix one part of lemon juice and one part of coconut water, and apply this remedy to the roots of the hair. Keep the remedy on for half an hour, and then wash it away with your usual shampoo. This treatment helps to preven heir loss, as well as making your hair look puffy and shiny.

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2 Responses to “Lemon Juice For Hair Loss”

  1. Pauline says:

    Lemons are a wonderful natural remedy for many health problems.

  2. Robin Boyd says:

    I have a full head of 50% silvery grey hair with lots of cowlicks. I have been using lemon juice on my hair for many years, with no ill effects whatsoever.

    I saturate my hair with lemon juice and water and brush/finger my hair to about where I want it to be. When the hair dries, it is as hard as if I had used mousse on it, but the cowlicks are somewhat under control.

    An added benefit is that the lemon juice tones down the grey so I look like I have much less grey than I really do. I hope this helps others with cowlicks and greying hair they prefer to take natural control of.