6 Amazing Ingredients To Use To Grow And Thicken Your Hair Naturally!

Hair fall and thinning are one of the many problems that people face today. Modern lifestyle, use of heat styling tools, the polluted environment, and the use of chemical hair products can have devastating effects on the hair quality and can lead to hair fall.

If you have the same problem, fret not! In this post, we are going to discuss some of the natural ingredients that you can use to avoid hair fall and thicken your hair. However, before moving on to it, let’s discuss some factors that can affect hair growth.

Factors affecting hair growth

There are many factors which can affect hair growth. For example, as we grow older, the thickness of the hair decreases, making it seem like you’ve had a lot of hair fall. However, with proper diet and hair oiling, it can be prevented. Other factors contributing to hair fall are stress, trauma, anxiety, and more. It can also be a hereditary problem which can lead to baldness. Inadequate rest, hormonal changes, and insufficient diet and protein intake can also obstruct the healthy hair growth. It can also affect the flow of blood and oxygen to your scalp leading to increased hair fall.

Ways to increase hair growth

1. Using Coconut oil

Coconut oil is a nourishing ingredient with the capability of reducing protein loss from the hair. It absorbs in the scalp and strengthens the hair naturally. Not just that, coconut oil not only nourishes the hair but also removes the chemical harshness of the products such as shampoo or used for styling.

You can use virgin coconut oil, which is an excellent ingredient for a hair mask. Take two tablespoons full of coconut oil in the palm of your hand and apply it on to the full length of your hair starting from the scalp. Massage the oil in your hair for some time and leave it for an hour or for the night. Make sure to wash it thoroughly with a mild shampoo to get rid of the oiliness on the hair. Use coconut oil hair mask for at least two times a week for better results.

2. Ginger root

Ginger is a great spice used in making food. However, it also has many amazing benefits for using on hair. It fights dandruff, nourishes the hair, and reduces inflammation, which can stimulate hair growth.

You can use ginger juice on your scalp and massage it for some time and rinse it with a mild shampoo. Not only will it nourish it but also help in increasing blood circulation on the scalp. Not just that, you can also use ginger essential oil to massage it on the scalp and use ginger shampoo to wash it out. Use this ingredient twice a week to help with hair growth.

3. Yogurt

Yogurt is rich in probiotics, which can help in hair growth and prevent damage. According to a study, yogurt increases the number of subcuticular follicles, which enhances the growth of the hair. To make sure it delivers the best results, eat yogurt in a meal once every day.

4. Onion juice

According to the researches taken place, it is discovered that onion is rich with the phytochemical compound, which can help in stimulating hair growth. Not just that, it may also be able to treat conditions such as Alopecia Areata

You can apply onion juice on the scalp and massage it for some time. To extract the juice, blend half an onion and strain the juice using a cheesecloth. Massage it on the scalp and wash it thoroughly with a shampoo. Make sure to use the ingredient twice every week for the best results.

5. Green tea

Green tea is an amazing product containing polyphenols producing great results in reducing hair fall. According to research, green tea contains bioactive compounds which can increase the effect on the papilla cells, thus reducing hair fall.

You don’t have to do much but only drink green tea once or twice a day. However, if you have an intolerance for caffeine, make sure to avoid taking green tea and opt for other options.  

6. Rosemary oil

Rosemary is an amazing addition in the list of ingredients which can help in increasing hair growth. However, before using it on the scalp, make sure to test it for an allergic reaction. If you have one, make sure not to use rosemary oil. On the contrary, if you are not, you can simply mix rosemary essential oil with a carrier oil such as coconut oil and apply it on the scalp. Massage the scalp for some time and let it sit for an hour or more. Use a mild shampoo to wash it off and repeat this twice a week for better results.

Author Bio: Michael Burris is a marketing manager at Xord Cosmetics with sound knowledge of business growth. He likes to write to share the knowledge and information that he has got.

Salman Ansari

Salman Ansari is a digital marketing pro with hands-on experience in the field. His passion is to explore new ideas of content creation to get the brands to have a digital presence in the time of digital mediums.

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