Best Natural Treatments For Hair Loss And What To Avoid

Best Natural Treatments For Hair Loss And What To Avoid

The daily loss of 30-40 hairs is normal, but when the situation gets worse, we think about how we can regenerate the hair. The first push is to engage in natural relief treatments that have no side effects. We present some wonderful masks for a rich and healthy hair.

Revitalizing mask

You need two tablespoons of olive oil, egg yolk and a few drops of lemon juice. Mix the ingredients well until homogenized and apply the paste obtained on clean hair. Cover with a towel and let it work for 45 minutes. Finally, wash your hair thoroughly with shampoo.

Regenerative lotion

You need 500 g of cedar powder, two egg yolks and a few drops of lemon. Mix well and apply the lotion to the entire length of your hair. Leave for 15 minutes and then rinse well with warm water.

Treatment for fragile hair

If you have a fragile hair, we suggest this excellent treatment, two tablespoons of cream, half a spoonful of wheat germs and one spoonful of lemon juice. After washing spread the homogenized mixture on wet hair with a comb. Cover the hair with a towel, leave for 15 minutes and rinse. This treatment is applied once a week. Do this with high quality hand towels.

Castor oil does wonders!

Castor oil, egg yolk and extra virgin olive oil are a healthy spring for your hair. Mix two teaspoons of castor oil and two of olive oil, and then add the yolk. Apply this paste a little at the root of the hair, gently massaging it. Leave it for 40 minutes, then rinse. The mask is used two or three times a week for three months.

Hot pepper and onions stimulate growth

Because it is an irritant to the skin, it activates blood circulation and attracts nutrients to the scalp, promoting the release of histamine, which stimulates cell regeneration and hair growth.

A study published in the Journal of Dermatology presented the results of the use of onion juice by various people suffering from alopecia. This is a dermatological disease and is characterized by hair loss, usually from the scalp, rounded or oval-shaped hairless areas. Twenty-three subjects applied onion juice directly on the scalp twice a day for two months. Participants began to grow their hair after just two weeks of treatment, and after six weeks, 20 people had their scalp covered.


Mix two teaspoons of bicarbonate and two teaspoons of water until a paste is made. Once you have well watered your hair, pour this mixture and massage your scalp for a few minutes. Then rinse thoroughly.

Another recipe would be to mix egg yolk with half a grapefruit juice and do the same as above. Finally, rinse with water in which you put a little apple vinegar.

Do not exaggerate with the combing

In the old days, it was customary for hair to be combed every night several times. It was believed that in this way excess sebum is distributed over the whole hair, which would have been beneficial to it. This is wrong, now say dermatologists.

Avoid artificial dryness

Often, due to lack of time, we choose to dry our hair using a hairdryer. But this only degrades the hair. The same happens when using a hair straightener. Specialists, therefore, recommend that, after washing, the hair should be kept in a towel for a maximum of two to three minutes, and then allowed to dry freely.

Supplement your iron diet

Hair loss can also be caused by an iron deficiency in the body. That’s why one of the first things you should do when you start losing your hair is to perform blood tests.

Anna Daniels

Anna is an avid blogger with an educational background in medicine and mental health. She is a generalist with many other interests including nutrition, women's health, astronomy and photography. In her free time from work and writing, Anna enjoys nature walks, reading, and listening to jazz and classical music.

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