10 Effective home remedies for hair fall

Natural treatment for hair fall


Do you feel jealous when you see others with thick hair as compared to your thin one’s due to hair fall? Do you remember those days when your hair was so thick such that, you find it difficult to comb it? Well don’t worry we got you covered. This article provides you with home remedies for your hair loss.

Treatment of hair fall



Hair fall is a common problem faced by both men and women across all ages. However, your genes play an important role in determining the strength of your hair. But there are also several external factors such as lifestyle and environment, that can cause hair fall.

Here are easy and effective home remedies for your hair fall. Most of the ingredients for these quick fixes are available in your own kitchen!

Home remedies for fair fall

1. Eat more proteins and vegetables

Protein is the building block of the tissues in your body, including your hair. Make sure you are consuming enough proteins in your diet. The best sources of protein are milk, egg whites and fish. You also want to eat foods high in omega-3 fatty acids—such as salmon and mackerel—two or three times a week, or sprinkle a tablespoon or two of freshly ground flaxseed onto salads or cereal each day.

2. Coconut milk

The most effective remedy for natural hair growth is the use of coconut milk. This is because it is rich in iron, potassium and essential fats. Massaging your scalp regularly with this oil provides a protective action against hair loss. You can grate coconut and squeeze out the milk by mixing in a little water. Take coconut milk from a fresh coconut; do not purchase the coconut milk – take it out meticulously from a fresh coconut.

Apply coconut milk to your scalp using a hair dye brush. Then cover your head with a towel and leave it on for about 20 minutes. You can ideally prepare coconut milk at home by grinding the grated coconut and squeezing its milk. After that, remove the towel and rinse your hair with cold water. Follow up with shampoo. Do this once a month.

3. Egg mask

Eggs are rich in sulphur, phosphorous, selenium, iodine, zinc and protein, which together help promote hair growth. To prepare the mask, separate one egg white in a bowl and add a teaspoon each of olive oil and honey. Mix to make a paste and apply it all over from root to tips. After 20 minutes, rinse with a mild shampoo.



4. Green tea

This tea is rich in antioxidants, which help boost hair growth and prevent hair fall. Soak two-three teabags in one-two cups of hot water depending on the length of your hair. When it cools, pour this over your scalp and hair, while gently massaging your head. Rinse with cool water after an hour.

5. Onion juice

Onion has antibacterial properties that can eliminate the bacteria that can cause scalp infections. It also has a high sulfur content that improves blood circulation to the hair follicles. Due to this, it prevents hair fall and encourages hair growth. Grate the onion and extract its juice. Dip cotton ball into the juice, and apply it directly to your scalp. Ensure the hair strands are covered from the root to the tip. Leave it on for about 30 minutes, after which you can rinse with cold water. Shampoo as usual.

6. Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera is an effective home remedy for hair loss and to boost hair growth. It is also effective in reducing problems of scalp like itching and flaking. Take the stalk of Aloe Vera, extract the pulp and rub it into your hair. Massage the pulp into your scalp in circular motions. Leave it for about 45 minutes. Rinse with normal water. You can do this three to four times a week to see better results.

7. Licorice root

It has healing properties that soothe the scalp. This helps eliminate scalp irritation or dandruff. Also it helps in maintaining scalp health and promoting hair growth. Additionally, it prevents hair loss and further damage to the hair. Make a paste by adding a tablespoon of ground licorice root and a quarter teaspoon saffron to one cup milk. Apply this to your scalp and hair length and leave it on overnight. Next morning, wash your hair. Repeat this twice a week.

8. Lemon juice

Lemons are excellent astringents. They tighten the pores in your scalp, thereby controlling hair fall. If you have oily hair, a lemon juice rinse is what you can try out. Lemons also contain acids that exfoliate dead cells, eliminating dandruff in the process. Additionally, lemons are rich in vitamin C, an essential nutrient that helps maintain hair health.

Cut each of the lemons and prepare a cup of lemon juice. Strain the juice into a bowl using a muslin cloth, and mix it with the warm water. After you have washed your hair in the bath, gently pour the mixture over your scalp, massaging it into your scalp at the same time. Leave the mixture on your hair for about five minutes, and then wash it off with cool water.

9. Amla for hair fall

This magical fruit is a powerhouse of nutrients. It’s rich in Vitamin C and that accelerates hair growth. All you need to do is, mix 2 teaspoons of amla powder or juice with equal amounts of lime juice and let it dry. Rinse it off with some warm water. It will also prevent hair pigmentation.

10. Fenugreek seeds

Fenugreek seed is among the most effective home remedies to stop the hair loss. It repairs the hair follicles and also helps in re-growth of the hair. Soak the fenugreek seeds overnight in water. Grind it to a fine paste and apply it to your hair and scalp. Leave the paste on your head for about 30 minutes. You can cover your scalp using a shower cap to keep it moist. After 30 to 40 minutes, rinse it with normal water. You don’t have to use any shampoo. Do it twice a week for a month for control hair fall.



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