Hair loss is such a nuisance, no matter what age you are. Unfortunately, individuals as young as the age of 20 are suffering from hair loss. This age range continuously increases, and individuals get older. It can be a hard condition to combat and “get rid of” and even harder to find a treatment that helps reverse it. If you are someone struggling from hair loss but do not have the money for hair restoration surgeries or the time for in-clinic treatments, keep reading. Below I am going to go into the best at home hair loss treatments that are affordable.
DIY hair masks are some of the easiest and most affordable at home hair thinning treatments. All you need is the right ingredients, and you will be set. And even better, most of the ingredients you will need will last you a long time so you can make more masks in the future!
The best ingredients for do it yourself masks are eggs, coconut oil, cinnamon, peppermint, onion juice, and honey. I know what you are thinking, “These are so random”. Some are quite gross, too (eggs and onion juice). But, all of these ingredients have helpful restoring properties that will help stimulate and grow your hair. The best ones that you can put together are: coconut oil and cinnamon, egg and honey, coconut oil and honey, peppermint and honey, and onion juice alone. All of these items can be used to strengthen the hair follicles on the head.
Garlic is effective for hair growth whether you use it topically on your scalp or within your daily diet. This herb contains vitamins and minerals that are beneficial for hair health and growth. Some of the properties it contains that helps benefit your hair are: circulates blood flow, strengthens the scalp, eliminates dandruff and dead skin, and helps free up the hair follicles by getting rid of dirt lodged in the scalp.
As previously mentioned, you can use garlic topically or in your diet. For topical use, it is best paired with honey, rosemary, and just alone by itself as an oil.
Dermarollers can be compared to the treatment of microneedling. These tools can easily be used at home to increase hair growth. Dermarollers create tiny puncture wounds on the scalp at the dermal level. This increases stimulation in the problematic areas by creating circulation and encouraging new cell production.
Use dermarollers with needles at the 1.5 mm length for the best results. Use directly on your scalp and move horizontally across the surface areas. Minimal pain is involved with using this device but do be careful not to overdue treatment. Bruising and swelling can be a result if not giving the scalp proper rest to heal between treatments.
Laser caps are a hair growth treatment option that use low level light therapy to stimulate the hair follicles on the scalp. These caps are one of the first at-home hair growth treatment options using this therapy. They are affordable and non-invasive while encouraging new hair follicle growth on the heads of men and women.
The hats are used at your convenience every other day and usually consist of a treatment time somewhere around 15-30-minutes. The technology behind these devices is incredible and gaining the approval from medical professionals and scientists all over the world. Hair growth is typically seen several months after using the caps religiously.
Onion juice is an effective remedy for hair loss. This food group contains a high dietary sulfur content which is actually a nutritional element needed within our bodies. It can also restore the shine and luster of your hair.
You can also find amino acids in sulfur that are protein components. Since proteins, especially keratin, are sulfur-rich, it is essential for healthy growth of strong hair. With onion juice applied to your scalp, you provide extra sulfur that promotes thicker and stronger hair. This prevents hair breakage and boosts the growth of your hair.
Now that you know what the best at home hair loss treatments are, you will be able to apply them to your weekly routine. Make sure you are doing your own research so that the treatment you are using is the best for your hair type. Consulting with your local doctor or dermatologist will also help.