Home Remedies for Hair Loss
The antioxidants present in green tea checks hair fall. Either drink2-3 cups of this herbal tea or rinse your hair with this decoction.
Take a handful of chamomile flowers, and boil them in 250 ml of water. Turn off the heat, and steep the solution for 20 minutes. Use a sieve to strain this solution. Allow it to cool. In the meantime, shampoo your hair; and then apply that herbal decoction on your scalp and hair. Do not rinse your hair with water rather pat your hair dry.
Massage your scalp with an essential oil twice a week. They strengthen the roots of hair, and enhance the blood circulation which promotes hair growth. For instance, you can use coconut oil, olive oil, almond oil, lavender oil, rosemary oil, etc.
Boil leaves of Indian lilac in water until it reduces to half of its quantity. Allow it to cool down and wash your hair with this decoction once a week.
Crush some coriander leaves to make a thick paste. Spread it on your strands to prevent the problem of hair fall.
Massage with safflower oil for 15 minutes to stimulate the hair growth. It increases the blood flow, and helps cure baldness.
In order to prevent baldness, rinse your hair with curry leaves water. Simply, boil a handful of curry leaves; and allow it to cool. Use this solution to fix all your hair woes.
This herb encloses the hair shaft with a shielding layer that protects it from any damage. The powdered form of this herb is easily available in the market. Use as per the requirement of hair length; and add water to make a smooth paste. Then, leave it for 3 hours. Afterwards, beat one egg, squeeze a lemon and pour some olive oil in the above paste. Mix all the ingredients thoroughly, and spread it all over your hair. Keep it for 45 minutes and rinse with water. Use shampoo to deep cleanse your scalp.
Home Remedies for Dry Hair
Get a trim
If your hair is too dry, it might need a reset in the form of a fresh cut. Even if your hair isn’t very long, split ends can make hair hard to style and contribute to it feeling dry or coarse.
Visit your stylist and trim off hair that’s unhealthy and weighing down fresh hair growth.
You know that you need certain vitamins to nourish your body, but certain vitamins directly impact the health of your hair and nails, too. Vitamin A, vitamin C, biotin (sometimes called vitamin H), and the mineral iron will all contribute to hair that looks healthier
Add omega-3s and antioxidants to your diet
Marine proteins keep your hair from thinning out and can make hair look shinier. To get similar results without taking a supplement, increase the amount of marine proteins in your diet. This includes:
tuna and sardines
These are all rich in peptides and omega-3s, which can make your hair shinier.
Home remedies for thicker hair
Eggs are high in protein, which is essential for the body to build strong, thick hair. When used regularly, an egg treatment may help thicken and strengthen a person’s hair.
To use an egg treatment: Beat 1 or 2 eggs together apply the eggs to the scalp and damp hair. Leave the eggs on the scalp for about 30 minutes wash hair thoroughly with warm water and mild shampoo. Alternately, combine the eggs with oil and water. To use this method: mix egg yolks, 1 tablespoon (tbsp.) olive oil, and 2 tbsp. of water apply the mixture to the scalp and dry hair leave for 15 minutes rinse out with warm water and a mild shampoo
Using an egg treatment once or twice a week for several weeks might help strengthen the hair.
Olive oil is rich in omega 3 acids and other nutrients that are essential for overall health, including hair health. When applied directly to the scalp and hair, olive oil helps promote thicker hair. Olive oil also has the added benefit of softening the hair and relieving dry scalp.
To use olive oil:
Heat the oil to body temperature massage the warm oil into the scalp and hair leave in hair for about 30 to 45 minutes rinse out the olive oil with mild shampoo.
Some people add honey to the olive oil and others suggest leaving the olive oil on overnight using a shower cap to cover the hair.
Many people believe that the Aloe Vera plant is helpful for the skin, scalp, and hair. Applying aloe oil directly to the hair and scalp may help strengthen the hair and thicken it over time.
Several commercial products that contain aloe as an active ingredient are readily available. These products often take the form of gels and creams that are applied directly to the scalp and hair.
For a homemade solution, a person can try rubbing some pure aloe gel into the scalp and letting it sit for 30 minutes before rinsing. Some people mix the aloe with coconut oil or olive oil.
People can use this treatment once or twice per week.
Home Remedies for Hair Growth
Scalp Massage and Hot Oil Treatment
Put the hot oil on your hair and comb it through to ensure even distribution and reduce breakage during shampooing. Wear a plastic cap or wrap a warm towel around your head (use a hair dryer to heat the towel) and leave it on for at least half an hour before shampooing.
Another popular tip is to flip your hair upside down for two to four minutes daily.
Rosemary is an excellent herb for your hair.
Mix two drops of rosemary essential oil in two tablespoons of a base oil such as olive, coconut, jojoba, almond or avocado oil. Apply it on your hair and massage the scalp. Leave it on for at least half an hour and then shampoo your hair as usual.
You can also use rosemary water as a final hair rinse. To prepare it, steep two or three rosemary sprigs in two cups of hot water for about five minutes. If you have the dried form of the herb, boil a handful of it in water. Allow it to cool and then strain the infusion. Rinse your hair with it after shampooing.
Whisk two egg yolks and mix in two tablespoons of olive oil. Apply the mixture on your scalp and leave it on for 15 to 20 minutes. Rinse it out with cold water and then shampoo your hair as usual.
Alternatively, mix one egg and one-quarter cup each of plain yogurt and mayonnaise in a blender. Apply this hair mask and cover your hair with a shower cap. Leave it on for at least half an hour before rinsing it out.
Heat some coconut oil in a pan and cook dried amla pieces in it until they are charred. Strain and cool the oil.
Massage your hair and scalp with it. Leave it on for at least 30 minutes.
Wash your hair with a mild shampoo.
Do this on a weekly basis.
Alternatively, you can apply a mixture of one tablespoon each of dried Indian gooseberry powder and lemon juice. Simply applying fresh amla juice is also useful.
Lemons are rich in vitamin C and vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B12, folic acid, and other nutrients.
Mix one part lemon juice and two parts of coconut or olive oil.
Apply it on your hair and scalp and leave it on for 30 to 45 minutes.
Wash it out and then shampoo your hair with a mild shampoo.
Repeat once or twice a week
Home Remedies for Hair Loss
Take some water and add freshly grated coconut in it. Simmer it for 3-4 minutes and strain afterwards. Now, apply it on your strands, and massage gently all over the scalp. Keep it for 15 minutes and wash off with a mild shampoo.
Take curd in a bowl as per the length of your hair, and add some black pepper in it. Combine both the ingredients properly and apply this on your hair. Rinse thoroughly when it dries.
Mix either with honey or lemon juice with curd to make hair mask. It also adds moisture to dry hair.
Soak 1 cup of fenugreek seeds in water overnight. Then, grind them to form smooth a paste. Spread it on your hair, and put on a shower cap. After about 45 minutes, wash off your hair. Do it daily for a month to get lustrous locks.
Apply onion juice on the scalp, and shampoo after half an hour.
Or else, add 2 tbsp. of aloe vera gel in 3 tbsp. of onion juice; and spread it on your strands.
Indian Gooseberry: –
Take some dried Indian gooseberry; add them to coconut oil. Heat this mixture until the oil turns black. Apply this oil after it cools down. Massage for 15 minutes, and wash after 30 minutes. Do this once a week.