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Tips on Natural Hair Loss Treatment

Updated on November 12, 2010

Natural hair loss treatment is one of the best options for treating hair loss problems.

Utilizing natural products as a cure for hair loss may not only be effective for such hair issues, it also allows you to conserve your resources as you do not have to buy expensive commercial products.

Natural hair loss treatment uses products and materials that can be easily found in your residence or they can be easily bought at nearby supermarkets so they are also convenient to obtain too. Plus, if they don't work, you need not to worry about side effects.

This article tackle a few effective natural hair loss treatment that you can administer at home.
The simplest hair loss treatment that you can administer is utilizing natural, plant-based shampoo and conditioner for your hair. Ordinary shampoos are made with harsh chemicals that harm the hair root and worsen the hair loss problem.

Utilizing an all-natural shampoo and conditioner will nourishes your hair effectively without you having to be anxious about its negative effects on your scalp.

However, be more careful in choosing all-natural hair products if you have skin allergies as it can further aggravate your hair loss problems.

One more natural hair loss treatment that you can try is massaging your scalp on a regular basis. You can massage your scalp three times a week to help promote hair growth.
You can utilize coconut oil, mustard oil, castor oil, and almond oil when massaging your scalp since they are also effective hair growth stimulants. You may also rub your scalp after you have taken a bath or washing your hair. These procedures increase the blood flow to the scalp and activate the sebaceous glands, which in turn rejuvenates the hair.
Last but not the least natural hair loss treatment that you can do is making paste made out of natural materials which is then applied on the scalp and balding areas to promote hair growth. You can try out different variations of this paste. You can use licorice, black beans combined with fenugreek, coconut oil mixed with lime juice, pigeon pea, ground lime seeds with black pepper, and hot olive oil combined with honey and cinnamon.

Natural Remedies for Hair
Natural Remedies for Hair


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