Natural Hair Loss Remedies can be Good for You

Friday, 3 July 2009

There are a lot of different hair loss treatments available. These vary in their cost and degree of success. In spite of the success and popularity of products such as Propecia there are a large amount of people who don't like the suggestion of taking pills on a regular way to deal with the causes of hair loss. As a result, there is a big interest in more natural products in the hope that they won't harm the body. There is a long history of looking for the successful natural hair loss remedy. The medial evidence for their success is generally quite vague, but this doesn't put people off trying them particularly if they are simple to prepare and apply.

Most of natural remedies are made up of herbs and essential oils. Essential oils make up the smells and tastes of a lot of plant products. They are also removed to be used in aroma therapy goods. The herbs and essential oils can be used by their selves or in the form of a blend. Here are some sorts of natural remedies that can be tested.

Rosemary and sage could be used to try and stimulate the health and production of hair follicles. They have to be simmered together and then the solid parts strained out to leave the liquid portion. This is then applied as a rinse over the head. It is best to do this after applying your shampoo.

Red pepper can be blended with water and then applied to the bald or thinning areas. It is thought that the irritating nature of the pepper enlargens the blood circulation in the scalp and thereby promotes the health of the scalp.

Aloe Vera can be used in a liquid formulation and put on to the scalp. It aids the healing of irritated scalp and cleans the hair follicles. In doing this, it promotes their health and can reduce hair loss. It is thought that Aloe Vera can also promote hair growth by activating some growth enzymes in the scalp.

Safflower oil can be rubbed onto the scalp. This is another herbal product which acts by dilating the blood capillaries in the scalp and accordingly swelling the blood supply to the hair follicles. This provides healthy conditions for aiding with hair regrowth.

Onion has been used for centuries in respect to balding. It can be massaged into the scalp before shampooing the hair. The treatment reduces any irritation in the scalp and establishes a better blood circulation to the hair follicles

In terms of Aromatherapy we can apply a mixture of lavender and bay essential oils with an almond oil base. This should be rubbed into the scalp. The essential oils and massage help to increase the circulation of blood in the scalp and therefore aid the health of hair follicles.

For those of you who don't want to have the effort of preparing your own natural ingredients there are commercially available ones such as Revivogen. Its main active ingredients are natural substances which help to stop the formation of DHT. In this respect it acts in the same way as Propecia. But, it is not taken internally. It is only massaged onto the scalp. As well as DHT inhibitors there are other substances included which are said to to block the receptors of mail hormones in scalp follicles and also to stimulate hair growth

Whatever your thoughts on herbal treatments, there is one definite thing and that is that you will not come to any harm trying them. In the round they are also less costly as well. If you are into natural
cures then it might be worth trying some out. Even if they don't work too well in terms of regaining lost hair they should help to maintain the scalp in excellent condition which should help and keep the remaining follicles in good health.


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