5 Home Remedies That Could Help You Get Rid Of Hairfall For Good!
I clean my room everyday. Of course, you say, everyone does that. But see, I don’t do it because I am a stickler for cleanliness. I do it because I am practically picking up a headful of hair from the floor. Sometimes, and I am pretty sure this is true, there is more hair on the floor than on my head. And I am not even balding; not yet, at least. Before you go over to that side where you consider calling a number from a message promising thick, luscious hair, consider these natural remedies. You’ll probably find most of these things in your kitchen, so you won’t have to pay for them through your nose.
Okay, your hair isn’t going to smell like a bed of roses. Heck, it might actually *repel* people. But this is supposed to be good. You’ll have to grind an onion and squeeze out the juice. Go ahead and apply it all over your scalp and hair. Rinse this off in about 30 minutes. The high sulphur content in onions stimulates blood circulation and helps hair growth.
Is there anything this succulent cannot do? Aloe vera is the beauty all-rounder that you need. Use its pulp on your hair and scalp, wait for about 40 minutes, and rinse it off. Aloe vera unclogs your pores and conditions your hair.
The Indian gooseberry is the perfect antidote to all your hair problems. It is recommended that you actually drink or eat this, but if you’re not up to it, a paste of this amla powder and its juice can be used. Apply this on your scalp and hair, let it rest, and then rinse it off. Amla is packed with Vitamin C, which helps arrest hairfall and prevents your hair from going grey too early.
If you are going to be giving all this a try, we suggest putting off socialising for a bit ’cause it can get a little smelly. Eggs have a healthy cocktail of sulphur, iodine, zinc and protein, and can be potent for your hair, in a good way. You want to separate the egg white, add olive oil to this and work it into your hair and scalp. Rinse this off after 20 minutes. Your hairfall should be reduced with regular use.
So this works for weight loss, is great to detox, and can keep hairfall in check? Turns out, yes. Green tea comes power-packed with anti-oxidants that can push your stubborn hair to grow, and actually nudge it in the right direction. Steep your tea bag in hot water, and apply the concoction on your scalp and hair. Let it sit for 20 minutes or so before you rinse it off. Green tea refreshes hair follicles and stimulates them, which should help your hair grow. And after a few days, you’ll find less hair in your hairbrush for sure.