There’s no doubt that we’re becoming a society that seeks out natural hair restoration remedies to treat hair loss. Depending on the underlying reason for hair loss, some at-home natural hair restoration remedies can really help improve hair strength, growth, texture, as well as moisturize and soothe the scalp.* From simply integrating more nutrients into your daily food consumption, to putting masks on your hair, here are 7 of the best natural hair loss remedies.

Natural Hair Restoration Remedies

1. Diet

 

Eating the right foods can do more than just promote a healthy weight. Protein and omega-3 fatty acids are both important nutrients for healthy, strong locks. WebMD suggests eating “about two to three 3-ounce servings of meat or a combination of four to five servings of dairy and beans.” A diet implemented with nuts and seeds (especially flax seeds), fish, and eggs are all excellent sources of both protein and omega-3s that can all potentially be natural hair restoration remedies. Potassium, phosphorus, calcium and vitamins B and C are also all important nutrients for healthy hair maintenance- nothing drinking a little beet juice can’t help!

 

2. Oils

 

Massaging oil into your scalp can do a few of things for you. One, it’s a great way to soothe and moisturize any dry or irritated skin. The massaging itself can also promote healthy blood flow to the hair follicles, which may help growth. Lastly, it can strengthen the roots of the hair, as well as enhance texture. Oils like argan oil, olive oil, hemp oil, castor oil, and emu oil can be great natural hair restoration remedies if your hair loss stems mostly from (or is worsened by) a dry scalp or dandruff.

3. Onion Juice

 

Because of it’s high sulfur content, onion juice can also potentially help treat hair loss. The sulfur “helps in hair growth by increasing collagen production.” In addition to all of that, onions possess anti inflammatory and antibacterial properties that can keep microorganisms at bay, thus treating infections that can cause hair loss.

 

The Health Site recommends this regime:

 

  • Chop one onion finely and squeeze out its juice.
  • Apply the juice on your scalp and let it stay for 15 minutes.
  • Now rinse with a mild shampoo and let your hair air dry.
  • Use this twice a week to see results.

 

4. Aloe Vera

 

Aloe vera is a great anti-inflammatory agent, and can alleviate any itching or dandruff by keeping the scalp moisturized. It also “contains enzymes that directly promote healthy hair growth. Also, its alkalizing properties can help bring the scalp and hair’s pH to a more desirable level, which can greatly promote hair growth.” You can simply leave Aloe gel or juice in your hair for a few hours, or use Top 10 Home Remedies recommended hair loss treatment recipe:

 

“In a 2002 study published in the Journal of Dermatology, almost 74 percent of the study participants who applied onion juice on the scalp experienced significant hair regrowth.”

  • Mix together three tablespoons of onion juice and two tablespoons of aloe vera gel. You can also add one tablespoon of olive oil. Apply this mixture onto your scalp and leave it on for at least 30 minutes before rinsing it off and shampooing your hair.
  • Repeat two or three times a week for several weeks.

 

5. Be Gentle

 

Tugging or rough handling of the hair can cause traction-related hair loss. This is when the hair is being removed from the follicle by force. “Rubber bands, dyes, perms, straightening irons, and curling wands can be hard on your hair,” says WebMD. “If your hair is thinning, you don’t want it to break as well. Be gentle with your hair — don’t overdo brushing or washing.” If your balding stems from traction or excessive styling, one the best and cheapest natural hair restoration remedies is to just leave your hair alone, and be more conscientious of how you handle your tresses.

 

6. Supplements

 

If diagnosed with any conditions that may induce hair loss such as anemia, hypothyroidism, or any metabolic disorders, then ask your provider if it would be okay to implement daily supplements into your routine as a natural hair restoration remedies.  Vitamins and minerals such as biotin, iron, zinc, and potassium iodide can all aid in promoting hair growth if the body has any known deficiencies. We must stress that it is very important to speak with an accredited physician first before taking any supplements- they will know if any supplements interact with certain medications you may be on, and run appropriate blood tests to see if there truly are any deficiencies.

 

7. Breathe

 

It’s natural to be worried if you’re losing your hair. However, it will make matters worse to continue to stress about it. “Losing your hair can be stressful,” says WebMD. “And stress (physical and emotional) can sometimes increase hair loss.” Take some deep breaths and know that there are protocols available that can help you. If you’re worried about staying on the natural route, that’s why facilities like Regeneris Medical exist- to make sure you get the best possible results with the safest, natural hair restoration remedies possible.

 

 

Contact Us

If you feel like you’ve tried everything to help treat your hair loss, contact Regeneris Medical today. Call 1-855-734-3678  or e-mail  info@regenerismedical.com

 

* Always consult with a trusted provider before starting any new routine to treat a condition.

 

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