Are you losing your hair or just concerned that you may later in life? Then you may be looking for non chemical natural hair loss treatment remedies. There are many affordable options, you just have to try and see what works for you.
Aloe Vera can help the scalp by cleansing the pores and restoring pH levels. Aloe Vera is a plant that can easily be grown at home. You can find an Aloe plant at most nursery or garden centers. They are very tolerant and require little attention. They like nice sunny spots and require water, but very little. It is okay for the soil to become dry in between watering. All you have to do is replant it to a little bit bigger pot as it grows. You can harvest the leaves of the Aloe by cutting off one section with a sharp knife or scissors, then carefully cut open the leaf lengthwise and squeeze out the liquid. You can then blend this Aloe with small amounts of coconut milk and wheat germ, both of which can be found at your local grocery or health food store. Put this mixture into a clean, empty bottle and use it to shampoo your hair. If you don’t have the time or want to make your own mix, you can look for shampoos containing Aloe Vera at the health food store. It has many other uses that would make it worth the time to get a plant for your home, and is unique looking.
Henna is a natural clay product, with many benefits for your hair. It is a great conditioner, and helps maintain healthy hair by healing hair shafts, and repairing the cuticles of your hair, strengthening it from breaking and also adding shine to your hair. You can get Henna products from the health food store, and though it is a good hair loss treatment, you can also use it as a natural hair dye! It is a good idea to avoid chemical based hair dyes, especially if you are experiencing hair loss issues. If you don’t want any color added to your hair then choose the neutral colorless type of Henna products.
Caution: Please use Home Remedies after Proper Research and Guidance. You accept that you are following any advice at your own risk and will properly research or consult healthcare professional.