Over the age of 50, men and women are more likely to develop androgenic alopecia, commonly known as male pattern baldness, or male or female pattern hair loss. Genetics, stress, fungal scalp infections, autoimmune illnesses, hormonal imbalances, and nutritional deficiencies can all contribute to hair loss. Hair regrowth may be achieved in a variety of ways, some of which are natural. Dandruff and blocked hair follicles can be alleviated with aloe vera, which has antifungal properties. This form of fatty acid, lauric acid, enters the hair shaft and inhibits protein loss.
Viviscal is a well-known hair growth product that helps patients with thinning hair develop longer, thicker hair. Androgenetic alopecia (or hair loss) is an autoimmune disease in which the body assaults the hair follicles, which can be treated with essential oils such as onion juice, rosemary oil, and geranium oil. You may drink onion juice by following these instructions. The juice of a few onions can be applied to hair and scalp, and left on for around 15 minutes. The leaves of the geranium plant are used to produce geranium oil, which is a concentrated essential oil.
Hair growth and circulation can be aided by geranium oil, which can be used topically. Maintaining a healthy scalp and promoting hair development can be achieved with the use of lemon juice or lemon oil. Talk to your doctor about medication or treatments if your hair loss is linked to mental or stress-related concerns.
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