Have you noticed more loose strands in the shower after you wash your hair? Do you find more hair in your comb or brush than before? Have you noticed bald spots or patches of hair that seem more sparse?
Did you answer yes to any questions? You might be experiencing hair loss. Hair loss is natural, so it makes sense to turn to natural remedies to find a solution to stop it. Several factors, including hormonal changes, stress, genes, radiation therapy, or aging, can cause hair loss. Stimulating the scalp and the roots of your hair often benefits people experiencing hair loss because it encourages blood flow to the region. There are several ways that you can promote hair growth. We suggest the following natural remedies:
1. Massage your scalp with essential oils.
Rub lavender oil on your scalp nightly to promote growth and repair damage. Other recommended essential oils are a combination of basil, peppermint, orange, lemon, and eucalyptus.
2. Use homemade serums.
In addition to essential oils, some beauty and health blogs are proponents of homemade serums. For example, it’s an old wives’ tale that if you rub 1 part vodka and three parts lemon juice into your scalp, your hair will grow more. Some also recommended brewing chamomile tea and rubbing it into your scalp at night.
3. Bathing in juice from produce and the pantry.
You may find remedies in the foods at home; they have many healing properties. Although unusual, applying onion juice to your scalp might promote hair growth. Blending a few onions and squeezing the juice onto your head can increase blood flow to hair cuticles and increase keratin production, which is necessary for healthy hair.
Similarly, the commonly used coconut oil can not only help with hair loss but will condition your hair. For centuries, people have applied coconut oil for its beneficial fatty acids and hair health properties. Massage the coconut oil onto your scalp to increase blood flow to the hair follicles, and leave it in for at least 15 minutes before rinsing it out. Some experts recommend using aloe vera on your scalp to soothe irritated skin, cleanse follicles blocked by too much oil buildup, and reduce dandruff. Some shampoos and conditioners use aloe vera as a main ingredient, but you can also apply pure aloe vera directly to the intended region several times weekly.
If you have tried natural remedies to cure your hair loss but have not seen any improvement, consider exploring our services at Hairline Ink. We offer specialized scalp micropigmentation, an advanced procedure that adds detailed pigment to your hairline and scalp. Our technicians employ the newest technology to give our clients the most natural-looking hairline through needle application. The results are permanent, and our clients always walk away satisfied with the results. In addition, we can also camouflage head scars with a specialized pigmentation process.