Natural Hair Growth Remedies
Having hair is like having a dog. If you’ll love it, it will love you back. If you’ll feed it, it will be loyal to you. Like your dog, your hair needs its regular dose of grub sprinkled with TLC even if it has no survival purpose. With appropriate care, hair will then bless you with several social and personal benefits. Hair, as is any physical feature, is elemental to building self- confidence. However, most people only realize this when they lose their hair. All of us are prone to losing our tresses one way or another at a certain point in our lives.
Here are a few natural hair growth remedies :
- Rice Water – Rice water is the milky liquid left over after soaking, washing or boiling rice. Rice water is believed to be beneficial to both the skin, as a toner and hair as a conditioner. Asian women, for a very long time have used rice water to enhance their skin and hair beauty.
- Onion Juice – Onions have high density Sulfur, a nutritional element that is beneficial to the body. The dietary sulphur found in onions helps promote collagen production which boosts the production of healthy skin cells especially in the scalp area.
- Apple Cider Vinegar – Apple Cider Vinegar can be used as a hair wash to improve scalp health, strengthen hair and also to enhance shin. Apple Cider Vinegar is made in a two-step fermentation process. The fermentation process enriches the solution with live cultures, minerals and acids.
- Fenugreek – Fenugreek has been used for decades as a natural home remedy for many hair conditions such as dandruff, hair loss, hair thinning, dry and itchy scalp. Research as well as testimonials from popular hair bloggers have cited fenugreek as one of the script ingredients for thick, long hair.
- Bentonite Clay – Bentonite clay has adsorbent, moisturising, conditioning and clarifying properties and removing toxins, all of which make it an excellent addition to any natural hair regimen. Adding Bentonite clay to your natural hair regimen can be very beneficial, no matter what type of clay you use.