Thinning hair, excessive hair loss and all the stress that comes along eventually brought me to seeking some remedies to restore the beauty of my hair. It was more than stressful to see how my once curly, shiny and dense hair was gradually turning into a dry, brittle and sparse mess. With time, I came to understand that the culprit for my thinning hair was stress and the lack of a healthy eating plan, which would provide me with nutritious elements that my digestive and endocrine systems were much in need of.
Just like me, you’re concerned about your hair problems, but can’t afford time or money for it? Well, professional hair care can be an expensive and time-consuming process. But there are numerous other home remedies that will help you regrow your hair and restore its strength without a downpour on professional hair care treatments. You may be wondering if there is any proven way to regrow thinning hair naturally. The good news is YES. Nature has provided us with products that can do wonders for the beauty of our hair. Combining the use of natural products with a healthy eating plan and useful habits in everyday life, you will soon wow at the results.
To improve hair growth and density, it is important to constantly stimulate your scalp with natural massage oils or with the help of a proper comb, which should be wide-teeth and from wood or bone. Another thing is to give ample time for combing. I’ve always had curly hair and because I didn’t want to destroy my curls with a comb, I ended up combing my hair only before washing. As a result, my scalp never got any massage, which lead to poor blood circulation. Regular combing and scalp massage with natural oil will stimulate blood circulation and significantly improve your hair. Below are some natural oils and mixtures that prove to be useful in the prevention of thinning hair and hair loss.
You can massage olive, rosemary, jojoba and cocnut oils vigorously on your scalp, and particularly, on areas which are undergoing hair loss or thinning. For best results, leave the oil on your hair overnight. Otherwise, you can leave it for around two hours and thoroughly wash it off. Make this procedure a habit and do it at least twice a week.
Besides natural oils, other homemade remedies can be extremely helpful as well. Try mixing honey and cinnamon in a bowl and then add olive oil to it. You will come up with a thick mixture. Apply it gently to your scalp and massage it with the tips of your fingers. Rinse it off after an hour and a half. You can also combine honey with egg yolk, and even add some cognac to the mixture. These ingredients will activate blood circulation and make your scalp feel really warm. Another useful natural product for hair growth is garlic, so if you don’t mind smell, you should definitely consider massage with garlic and oil mixture. These are only some of the great home remedies that don’t cost anything close to professional hair care treatments, but can potentially revive and strengthen your hair.
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