We have listed some useful, natural tips and tricks to help keep your hair stronger than ever.
Drink a lot of water
Keep your body hydrated at all times. Water is not only good for your body, but also for your hair. Being dehydrated can be a reason for hair loss. A quarter of our hair is made up of water, so when we are thirsty, our hair is also thirsty. If you do not get enough water, you may face hair loss.
Try essential oils
A few drops of essential oils can do wonders on your hair and scalp. It can improve blood circulation, fight inflammation and keep it moist. Lavender, rosemary and thyme are the perfect solution for fine hair and hair loss. You can make your own natural hair thickener by combining rosemary, cedar wood and sage oils. Dilute essential oils with a carrier oil, such as coconut, jojoba or olive oil, and massage your scalp.
Rely on onion juice
No, you didn’t read it wrong. Surprisingly, applying onion juice to the hair and scalp can help stimulate hair growth. It increases the production of collagen and keratin and blood circulation to the hair follicles. This natural remedy also restores the lost luster. Just be sure to shampoo and care after getting rid of the stench.
Wash with green tea
We all know the benefits of drinking a glass of green tea, but did you know that a glass in your hair also works wonders? Wash your hair twice or three times a week with green tea to stimulate healthy hair growth. Antioxidants and vitamins in green tea soften your hair and strengthen the roots of the hair.
Use coconut oil
Coconut oil can penetrate the hair follicles and protect it from excessive heat and contamination. Massage gently but firmly with coconut oil for at least three minutes to moisten your hair, then cover your oiled hair with a shower cap. Leave it on for thirty minutes or overnight before washing with a sulfate-free shampoo. However, coconut oil may not work for everyone, so if this isn’t for you, don’t lose hope.
Revitalize your hair with aloe vera
Aloe vera is a natural herbal remedy for hair loss. Aloe vera repairs and heals damaged cells in the scalp so that healthy hair follicles make hair grow faster. You can mix aloe vera with almost anything; onion, honey, coconut oil, lemon, castor oil, hibiscus, shea butter, apple cider vinegar. Leave it on your hair and rinse.
Don’t underestimate a good scalp massage
Massaging your head from time to time is a sure way to stimulate hair growth. Blood flow to your scalp increases due to the movement and pressure of your fingers. As long as your hair is free from any products, you can massage wet or dry hair.
Gently comb your hair instead of aggressive pulling or combing. Experts say that brushing or not combing too much hair puts too much physical stress on it that can cause hair breakage. A wide tooth comb will be a much better choice than a brush when trying to open your hair.
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