5 Great Ways To Regrow Your Hair Naturally

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Not everybody has good hair to start with, and many people struggle with hair loss.

In modern society, we’re exposed to pollution daily, and we make use of toxic products. This combined leads to the deterioration of our hair follicles and, ultimately, hair loss. 

Now, there are many chemically based products available that claim to regrow and improve your hair condition. But, the guys at this Argan Oil Shop insist that nothing works better than natural products.

Here are five natural ways to regrow your hair.

Onion Juice

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Onion Juice has antimicrobial properties, reduces inflammation on the scalp, and promotes collagen growth.

Onion juice contains sulfur, which is essential in the production of proteins and enzymes. It’s also found within keratin, which is a crucial structural element in hair. Thus, increasing your sulfur levels will add nourishment to your hair, resulting in stronger and thicker hair.

Method

  • Peel four fresh onions

  • Extract the juice

  • Apply the juice to your hair by massaging it into your scalp

  • Leave on for at least 15 minutes (preferably overnight), rinse, shampoo and condition your hair.

  • Add a bit of lemon juice or essential oils, such as lavender, to reduce the smell.

Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is widely used in skincare and hair treatment products. The primarily saturated fat in coconut oil is Lauric acid, which has anti-inflammatory properties. When applied topically, it slows the growth of specific types of bacterial fungi, nourishes the scalp, and strengthens hair follicles.

Method

  • Shampoo your hair

  • Mildly heat the coconut oil

  • Apply the coconut oil to dry hair while massaging your scalp

  • Thoroughly comb your hair and cover it with a shower cap

  • Leave on for at least 45 minutes (preferably overnight)

  • Rinse and shampoo

Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera is a widely used natural remedy known for its hair growth, antimicrobial, and anti-inflammatory properties. It has an indirect effect on hair follicles, and by soothing the scalp, it creates the ideal environment for hair cells to repair and flourish. It’s also known to promote blood flow, which is essential for healthy hair growth.

Method

  • Obtain a fresh Aloe Vera leaf

  • Peel the top side of the leaf exposing the gel beneath

  • Scrape out the gel and massage directly into your scalp

  • Wash off after 45 to 60 minutes using a non-aggressive shampoo

  • Use a conditioner with essential oils

  • Repeat process regularly

Rosemary Oil

Rosemary, used as an essential oil, has an anti-inflammatory effect and promotes blood flow. It also has rich anti-oxidative qualities that protect cells from the accumulation of free radicals.

Method

  • Add fresh rosemary leaves to hot water and let it boil for 15 minutes 

  • Run it through a filter, set aside and allow it to cool

  • Shampoo and condition as usual, and as a final rinse pour the rosemary water through your hair

  • For the best result, massage your scalp for a few minutes after applying the treatment

Fish Oil

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Fish oil is rich in omega-3 fatty acids, a substance necessary for our bodies to function. Omega-3 increases the blood flow to hair follicles, bringing vital nutrients and proteins that promote hair growth and strength.

Omega-3 provides nutrients and proteins, prevents hair follicle inflammation, and increases blood flow in the scalp.

Method

Your body is incapable of naturally producing omega-3 fatty acids. It’s most often consumed as a dietary supplement and is found in foods such as: 

  • Vegetable oils

  • Fish

  • Nuts

  • Leafy vegetables

  • Flax seeds and oils

Your doctor or dietician can, taking into account your health condition, and medication or supplements you are using, recommend a suitable amount of fish oil for you to consume.

Natural Remedies As A Solution

The benefits of using natural products are undeniable. These products are environmentally friendly, safe to use, and typically a lot less expensive than chemically based alternatives. Nature knows best.



 

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