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Hair Raising Advice

Natural Ways To Replace Lost Locks

The Skinny

Sure, almost everyone who is follicly challenged has been offered sage and usually unfounded advice on how to replace what they’ve lost on top. Too often, these “helpful” words seem like they’re being delivered by a shaky traveling medicine man and should be better left unheeded. That’s probably wise, but it doesn’t mean there aren’t natural ways to support healthy hair and maybe even spur new growth. WellWell has pulled together some of the most popular natural treatments. Can we guarantee any or all of these will work? No, but they are all worth exploring and come without the aid of a carnival barker’s antics.

The Slate

Onion Juice

Don’t cry over onion juice. Instead, maybe take a look and support your hair. It is loaded with lots of minerals and is noted for dietary sulfur, which is essential for the production of enzymes and proteins. All this this will help support thicker and stronger hair growth.

Aloe Vera

Aloe vera is a reputed winner when it comes to stopping hair loss because it helps revitalized damaged scalps, creating a better environment to for hair to support itself. Aloe is also great at cleaning up sebum, an oil that harms follicles and thwarts hair from growing back once it’s lost. Better yet. Aloe vera is simple to use by massaging in pure gel or even using a shampoo with aloe vera.

Rice Water

Rice water has been used in China, Japan and Southeast Asia for centuries to build strong and beautiful hair. It works because rice water contains inositol, a hair beautifying agent. It also contains lots of vitamins and minerals required for hair growth. These include Vitamins B & E, Amino Acids and antioxidants.

Coconut Oil

Anyone exploring home-based hair remedies is likely to come across the reputed wonders of coconut oil. It is reported to be a boon for building up thinning hair. This oil also contains UV filters, which protect hair for sun damage, while also providing moisturizers that reduce dryness and eliminate dandruff.

Fish Oil

Fish oil is like fertilizer for dermal papilla cells. That’s importance because these cells are located under the hair follicles and help support hair growth. The fact that fish oil also contains omega-3, an antioxidant, is another benefit. It helps hair become denser.

Castor Oil

Forget about drinking castor oil. Mix it with an equal portion of olive oil and massage it into your scalp. Wait 45 minutes and then rise and shampoo it out. Since it is loaded with Vitamin E and essential fatty acids, this castor oil mix will strengthen hair naturally.

Ginseng

Ginseng supplements supposedly can help hair grow by stimulating their follicles. But before taking these supplements, make sure to check if you’re suspectable to any possible side effects.

Vodka

Vodka may actually be a tonic. It’s low pH and has astringent properties that make it a great hair care product. Sadly though the treatment calls for mixing it with water and running it through your hair. Drinking it won’t do you hair any good that anyone knows about. But if applied properly, it can strengthen hair follicles, balance the scalp’s pH levels, reduce sebum production, boost scalp help and prevent frizzy hair by sealing cuticles.

Gooseberry

Applying amla or Indian gooseberry is reported to be one of the best ways to generate thicker hair. It supports dermal papilla cells and fosters hair growth by extending your natural growth phase. It also comes loaded with antioxidants and Vitamin C, which helps block free radicals from causing hair damage and loss.

Lemon Juice

Don’t sour on lemon juice. Many believe it is a powerful hair and scalp aid that also reduces oily conditions. Rich in Vitamins C and Bs like B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B12, it also contains antioxidants and folic acid, which all provide natural ways to support hair growth. It is also reputedly great at fighting dandruff and stimulating blood circulation in the scalp.

Eyes Up

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