Hair Loss is such a common phenomenon that 3 out of every 5 people face the trauma of Hair Loss. There is a flood of products that are targeting consumers facing Hair Loss. The biggest problem is how to make up for the Hair Loss? Hair transplant in Abu Dhabi is an expensive yet effective treatment for curing hair loss. Fortunately for people who cannot afford a transplant, some home remedies might be equally effective.

We bring you some natural and homemade remedies to stop Hair Loss. These remedies will help you to get a healthy mane.

  1. Olive oil, honey and cinnamon

Olive oil is known as a powerhouse when it comes to hair for its goodness. It is an easy to find and affordable option for conditioning your hair. The warmth of honey and cinnamon helps in restoring the natural nutrients and boosting hair growth in the scalp. Take a cup of Olive Oil enough to massage on to your scalp and apply on the length of your hair. Add 4 tablespoons of Honey in the olive oil and whisk. Whisk 2 teaspoon of cinnamon powder to the oil. Apply to the roots of the scalp and massage for 10 minutes after application. Tie your hair into a bun. Let it stay for an hour and rinse with a mild shampoo.

You can treat your with olive oil and lemon juice. Take equal amounts of freshly-squeezed lemon juice and olive oil, will greatly decrease the quantity of hair loss you are experiencing and stimulate hair growth.


  1. Onion juice

Onion is a rich source of sulfur which helps in hair growth by increasing collagen production. Onion juice can help you prevent any further hair loss. The odour is not pleasant but results definitely will be. Chop one onion finely and squeeze out its juice. Apply the juice on your scalp and let it stay for 20 minutes. Wash your hair with a mild shampoo. Let your hair air dry. This works wonders for hair loss and is way cheaper than. hair transplant in Abu Dhabi


  1. Banana

Bananas are perfect choice for homemade hair growth treatments. They are a very rich source of potassium and vitamins A, E, and C. they are very rich in calories. Instead of eating a banana, you can mash it and massage it into your hair and scalp.Pick a soft, ripe banana, mask it up into a paste, apply it to your hair, and cover it with a plastic cap or bag. To lock in the nutrients, either wrap a hot towel around your head or remove the cap after 20 minutes and use your blow dryer long enough to help the banana set. Shampoo your hair and rinse well. Some users have reported difficulty rinsing out the banana, but if you end up with a smooth paste, rinsing should go smoothly.


  1. Egg and yogurt mask

If you don’t want to undergo hair transplant in Abu Dhabi, eggs are your best friend. Eggs are great ingredients in a lot of hair growth treatment. It’s packed full of nutrients that promote growth and thickness, plus this is an excellent treatment for dry or damaged hair. Beat the egg and then add yogurt to it. Blend it until the mixture is smooth. Massage it into your scalp and your hair, until every inch is covered. You have to leave the mask in place for about an hour. Then, wash with a mild shampoo.


Here are few more tips that can help to prevent hair loss. Never ever brush your hair after a wash when they are wet immediately. Do not share towels, pillows and hair brushes with anybody. Keep yours separate and wash them regularly. These are minor yet crucial reasons for Hair Loss.Ensure you have a Protein rich diet that includes soya, milk, fish, eggs and dairy, pulses and lentils in abundant quantities. Do not forget your Vitamins in fruits and vegetables. Last but not the least, you cannot deny importance of hair transplant in Abu Dhabi. If none of these treatments work for your particular type of hair loss, consult a hair specialist to explore your options.


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