While clinical solutions offer guaranteed and proven results for most people, it is also completely legitimate to look toward natural, cost-effective solutions.
Hair loss is a surprisingly complicated affair, involving, amongst other things, the relationship between your genetic makeup, hormonal levels, skin health and even stress. You can target the causes of hair loss at any of these levels in order to either slow down the rate of hair fall, or in a best-case scenario, begin to regrow your old hair.
It can be difficult to figure out what treatments will work and also, how they work. Here is a look at some of the more popular and established natural remedies which will help give you a better idea of how hair loss could be tackled.
Aloe vera is a commonly accepted treatment for skin damaged by sunburn. The principle also applies for skin around the scalp damaged by the wear and tear of time. Firstly, it acts as a potent anti-inflammatory which can reduce congestion around pores and is a great moisturising agent for all types of dry skin.
Aloe vera can provide vital nutrients to damaged hair follicles and give them a chance to begin the regeneration process. Furthermore, it is also suggested to have some mild anti-microbial properties which help to fight infections that disrupt the life cycle of hair follicles.
Coconut products have long been recognised as an effective moisturiser, which can help to alleviate the dryness that causes hair follicles to shrink. Topical application of coconut oil to affected areas can help to supplement sebum, the oil that is naturally produced by hair follicles to help regulate moisture levels and prevent infections.
A growing body of research is beginning to point to rosemary oil as a complementary product to the ever-popular Minoxidil, in spurring unprecedented hair regrowth. Similar to many other essential oils, it has potent anti-microbial properties that can help kill the causes that suffocate hair follicles and stop them from growing to their full potential.
Topical application of this essential oil over the scalp seems to help combat one of the most common forms of genetic hair loss – male pattern baldness. The mechanism of this form of baldness is actually a hormone named dihydrotestosterone (DHT), which binds to hair follicles and causes them to shrink. It is suggested that this oil works as a DHT inhibitor, again, giving the scalp a chance to begin regrowing hair.
Why Should I Look Into Natural Remedies?
Natural remedies for hair loss don’t enjoy the same scientific backing as pharmaceutical solutions, or the permanence of surgical procedures such as hair transplants.
However, these solutions can be easy and cost effective additions to one’s lifestyle, and can be useful to use alongside more effective, permanent pharmaceutical and surgical options.
When it comes to hair regrowth and baldness, it is important that you undertake in-depth research to make sure you are spending your time and effort wisely.
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