7 Tips to Get Thicker Hair Naturally
Do You Want Your Thicker, Longer Hair Back?
Blame it on genes, ageing, hormonal imbalances, malnutrition, certain allergies, pollution or physical stress or emotional stress; anything and everything can cause your hair to thin. Shampoos and repairing serums help even less. Cutting your hair and styling can only make your hair look better for a week and after that your hair volume shows its true colours. Going the natural way to grow your hair thicker is wise because it doesn’t pose any side-effects and is convenient to apply. Image Courtesy: GettyLoading...
Eggs contain true proteins that are essential for stronger and thicker hair. Depending on the length of your hair, take one or two eggs and beat them in a bowl. Apply them directly to wet hair and allow them to sit for five to ten minutes. Wash your hair with lukewarm water and shampoo. Image Courtesy: Getty
Fenugreek seeds are an age-old trick to prevent hair fall and they therefore, help one to have thicker, longer hair. Soak two to three tablespoonfuls of fenugreek seeds in water for eight to ten hours. Grind them to a fine paste and apply on your hair and scalp. After half an hour, wash your hair properly with lukewarm water. Image Courtesy: Getty
Don’t underestimate the benefits of aloe vera; it can bestow Rapunzel-like hair on you. Extract the gel from one or two aloe vera leaves and rub it onto the scalp. Allow it to sit for half an hour before you rinse off your hair with lukewarm water. Image Courtesy: Getty
Amla, as it is popularly known in India, is known for its anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anti-bacterial, and exfoliating properties. These attributes enable it to give us a healthy scalp and better hair growth. Boil one tablespoonful of dried amla with two tablespoonfuls of coconut oil; strain the oil and massage your scalp with it before going to bed. Shampoo your hair as usual in the morning. Image Courtesy: Getty
Avocados are widely used in the West. Massage your scalp with a mixture of mashed avocado and banana and leave it on for half an hour. This will let the scalp absorb all the nutrients present in the mixture. Wash hair off with lukewarm water. Image Courtesy: Getty
Getting rid of an oily scalp and dandruff can prevent hair loss and therefore, ensure thicker hair. Orange can help you with this. Take an orange slice and mash it to get its pulp. Use this pulp as a hair pack once in a week to promote hair growth. Image Courtesy: Getty
Healthy eating habits lead to healthier hair. Make sure your diet has plenty of protein, iron, omega-3 fatty acids, zinc and vitamin A; all of these are crucial for maintaining healthy scalp and keeping hair shiny. Image Courtesy: Getty