Natural Hair Loss Treatments

There are many ways to treat hair loss, including hair plugs, wigs, changes to your diet, and many more. Or you can try some natural hair loss treatment ideas and find out what works best for you.

First, you can make a blend of several drops each of lavender and bay essential oils, mix them with about a quarter cup of carrier oil, like jojoba, almond, soybean or sesame oil, massage them into your hair and scalp and leave on for about thirty minutes.  This helps nourish your hair and stimulate follicles.  Then using a mild natural or organic shampoo, add a few drops of bay essential oil, shake well to mix, and wash your hair as normal.  The essential oils can be easily found at your local health food store.  The carrier oils, which are just used to blend and dilute the essential oil, can be found at health food stores and even your local grocery or supermarket.

You can also use jojoba oil without mixing it with any other essential oils.  This is a good idea for anyone who has sensitive skin, allergies or skin disorders such as eczema.  It is a great moisturizer, and it nourishes the scalp and follicles with all the B vitamins, vitamin E, zinc, copper, iodine, and chromium.  Simply massage a tablespoon or two into your hair and scalp.  Depending on your hair type, you don’t have to wash it out, or you can leave it on for half an hour and wash hair as normal.  A gentle massage of your scalp each day can also greatly benefit by helping to stimulate your scalp and hair follicles, and increase blood flow. So just spend a minute or two extra while shampooing your hair and give yourself a scalp massage.

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The herb Saw Palmetto, which is the extract of a fruit called serenoa repens, is made up of fatty acids, and has been used as a hair loss treatment.  It works by preventing testosterone from turning into dihydrotestosterone (DHT) which leads to male baldness.  Saw Palmetto is available in supplement form and can be found at health food stores and even supermarkets that carry vitamins and supplements.

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.