Do you need to learn about making your own Home Remedies for treating Hair loss? If so, then check out some of the suggestions outlined here which we found that can help you restore your hair and prevent further hair loss. Generally speaking, there are various dermatological and chemical treatments available today online to combat hair loss problem and they use chemical ingredients such as Minoxidil topically or you can take various tablets orally.
These chemical compounds are synthetic and their ingestion undergoes metabolic reaction in our body. At times, this can be harmful and besides offering a hair loss solution may trigger a lot of other health issues. There have been tradition recipes containing All-Natural ingredients that are known to be slow to act, yet effective and offer a sustainable solution.
Natural ingredients do not pose any threat to our overall health and they are cost-effective and easily available. Here, we bring you and outline some of our researched recipes intending to stop hair loss from scalp and regrow new hair in the previously bald area. More importantly, they are easy to make and are worth giving a try.
Home Remedies for Hair Loss – 5 Recommended Recipes
Recipe 1: Anti-Hair loss Oil
- Virgin Olive oil 75g
- Rosemary oil 14g
- Sweet Almond Oil 5g
- Coconut Oil 6g
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- Weight all the ingredients in a mixing bowl.
- You may have to warm coconut oil a little especially in winter to melt it down.
- Mix them gently for 2 minutes
- Store the liquid in an airtight glass bottle. Also store it in a dry and dark place to avoid oxidation and apply to the scalp for 10 minutes before rinsing away.
Product Literature & Science Involved
Olive oil is our centuries-old remedy for skincare problems. In the above recipe, Olive oil is used as a carrier for other oils. Besides this, it provides essential fatty acids for scalp nourishment.
Rosemary Oil is extracted from a medicinal herb having mono and bicyclic terpenoids. The essential oil is an anti-inflammatory, analgesic, antidepressant, astringent, stimulant, and tonic (nerve and general). It has a marked action on our nervous system, by reducing mental fatigue and stimulating memory. Particularly it is rich with Rosmarinic acid which is regularly used against hair loss since it promotes blood circulation and consequently hair growth.
Coconut Oil is time tested lubricant that provides excellent slip to hair shaft as well as moisturization to the scalp. It mostly contains lauric acid which is medium range fatty acid offering superior sensorial feel.
Recipe 2: All-Natural Shampoo for Hair loss Scalp
The recipe contains natural saponins that are added to cleanse hair and scalp keeping. No synthetic surfactant used.
- Water 850ml, Almond oil 5g, Fresh ginger roots 10g
- Amla (Indian gooseberry) dried raw fruit 50g
- Reetha (Indian Soapnut) dried raw fruit 50g
- Shikakai (Acacia concinna) dried raw fruit
- Chamomile dried flowers 50g
- A thin slice of lemon peel, Fresh lemon juice 3 drops
- Fragrant essential oil (Lavender or Lemongrass) 3 drops
- Wash the herbs with tap water, remove any dirt present. Put all three fruit herbs, chamomile dried flowers; ginger roots and lemon peel in a glass jar and soak them in warm water.
- Water should be warm, not very hot and leave them soaked for 24 hours.
- After 24 hours, stir the liquid gently with a spoon to get maximum pulp & liquid out of fruits
- Filter the liquid using a kitchen tea strainer or cotton fabric.
- Make sure, you don’t have solid residues in your extract.
- Add almond oil and gently mix them.
- Add any fragrant essential oil of your own choice e.g. lavender oil or Lemongrass Oil)
- Check the pH of liquid with pH paper; it should be 4.00-4.50. You can adjust your pH by adding fresh lemon juice dropwise to bring your liquid pH to slightly acidic level.
- Your naturally sourced homemade shampoo is ready for use.
- Store it in an airtight glass jar. For daily usage in your shower, take some small quantity in plastic or glass bottle. Store the rest in an airtight glass jar to avoid microorganism contamination. Shake it gently before using every time.
Note: In case, you want to preserve it for a longer period, you need to preservatives. We suggest you dissolve potassium sorbate (5.0-10 grams) in a small portion of warm water and add it to the batch. Stir it well. Potassium sorbate is added as a preservative.
Science of ingredients:
Reetha & Shikakai are two plants proven to have hair cleansing properties. Reetha is also known as Indian Soap Nuts due to high levels of saponins present in its extracts. Leaving both of them in water soak generate good volumes of foam demonstrating the presence of surface-active molecules.
Indian gooseberry (Amla) is a medicinal tree planted in India, Pakistan and some other South-East Asian countries. The tree bears edible sweet fruits which are rich in vitamin C. For centuries, its fruit has been in use for hair cleansing and conditioning. A combination of these three extracts (Reetha, Shikakai and Amla) provides a natural base to our recipe.
For hair conditioning, we are adding sweet almond oil. This is added to deliver lubricity to hair and nourish them.
Chamomile flowers are used in organic tea drinks and various herbal and cosmetics preparations. Its soothing and anti-inflammatory characteristics are exploited here in our recipe to make our scalp fresh and hygienic
Potassium sorbate is a green preservative. Make sure your shampoo pH is below 4.50 to maximize preservative efficacy
Recipe 3: Anti-Hair loss Balm
We use Lemon balm to prepare this recipe. It is a powerful stimulant for scalp boosting blood circulation to the area.
- Organic Shea Butter 50g
- Sweet Almond Oil 10g
- Lemon balm oil 12g
- Ginger oil 10g
- Avocado oil 5g
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- Weigh all the oils in one mixing cup and mix them gently.
- Store them in a dark-coloured glass bottle and place it in a cool dry place.
- The formulation is anhydrous and hence can be stored for some good time. No need for a preservative.
- Store it in an airtight glass jar and apply some quantity of this mixture at pre-washed & dried hair.
- Massage this oil thoroughly in hair fibres and scalp.
- Leave it for 30-60 minutes or you may even leave it overnight.
- Wash your hair afterwards and apply some good leave-in conditioner.
Science of ingredients
Sweet almond, avocado & Jojoba oils as we all know are famous for their slip, lubricity and conditioning properties to the skin surface. They offer skin regeneration and healing along with superior moisturizing features. Avocado oil is particularly known for its stimulating properties for the scalp.
Lemon Balm is an antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, decongestant, and soothing effects on the skin. Its essential oil is a useful remedy against skin erythema and redness.
Ginger oil contains volatile oil having gingerols and glycosides of gingerdiol. It is an excellent anti-inflammatory agent and thus improves scalp health.
Recipe 4: Anti Hair Loss Scalp Treatment Mask
We are mixing oat starch with essential oils and herbal extracts.
- Finely grounder oat starch powder 500g
- Fresh Onion juice 50g
- Fresh Garlic Juice 50g
- Tea Tree Oil 5g
- Lavender Essential Oil – few drops
- Fresh Lemon juice – few drops
- Weigh oat starch in a mixing bowl.
- Add onion & ginger juices into it and gently mix it with a spoon.
- Add tea tree & Lavender oils and mix it.
- Squeeze few drops of lemon juice and mix them well.
- Cover this mixture with a lid and store it in an airtight jar.
- Apply a small amount of this paste on your scalp and gently massage.
- Leave it for 30 minutes. After 30 minutes, rinse off and apply our Anti-Hair Loss Balm (recipe 3).
Recipe 5: Recipe 4: Anti Hair Loss Ginkgo Massage Lotion
- Natural Aloe Vera Gel 25g
- Ginkgo Extract 14g
- Vegetal Glycerin 10g
- Avocado Oil 10g
- Weigh all ingredients in a mixing bowl and mix them gently for 2 minutes
- Leave the mixture for 15 minutes and then apply on pre-washed & dried scalp.
- Massage it gently and leave it applied for 30-45 minutes.
- Rinse it off afterwards and apply our Anti-Hair loss Balm.
Science of ingredients:
Ginkgo is rich in polyphenols such as inkgolides and bilobalides. It is proven to have hair growth properties. The plant is also used in products that stimulate hair growth. Also, in this case, the promotion of microcirculation seems to play a determinant role, by acting favourably on piliferous bulbs, and inducing anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and antibacterial effects.
Aloe Vera gel is known for its skin healing properties and it keeps the scalp fresh and moist.
While some of these remedies may or may not work specifically for you, they have shown to have some positive results for certain people. Whichever recipe you try, we would like to wish you the best of luck with its application and if all else fails, then try out our own prescribed list here that has worked for us and there is no reason why it can’t work for you either