1.) Oil Massage
Applying coconut, olive, or almond oil on your scalp and gently massaging the head area once a week can promote hair growth. The relaxing effect of the massage relieves the head with feelings of stress and the oil nourishes the hair follicles and strengthens the hair follicles to reduce hair loss. Putting drops of rosemary oil to your base oil can lead to better and faster results. You can also use castor, amla, emu, argan and wheat germ oils as your base oil. Work the magic of your fingertips and you’ll be back to long locks and a thicker mane in no time.
2.) Aloe Vera
Plant sources are known hair loss remedies for a while now but nothing beats the awesome powers of the small and sweet aloe vera gel. You can extract the gel by simply snapping the leaves into two and collecting the oozing gel to a cup. Apply to your scalp directly and wash off with lukewarm water after a few hours. Repeat the process in three to four days a week for healthy growing hair. The aloe vera gel also cures dandruff, adds strength and luster to the hair and relieves itchy scalp.
3.) A Better Diet
You are what you eat. Eating right and being nutrient-efficient lessens your risk of hair breakage. Remember, your scalp is still skin and your hair live off from what your skin gets from what you eat.
1.) Follicular Unit Transplant
This surgical procedure works on the premise that the body does not reject its own hair. The procedure includes removing hair follicles from your own head and reassigning them to areas with thinning marks or bald spots. Intrusive and expensive, the procedure, when done perfectly, guarantees 100% satisfaction. The transplant does leave scars so if you are planning to go skin head in the future, you may rethink taking this option.
2.) Topical Minoxidil Solution
Minoxidil is a antihypertensive drug but its other remarkable effect is the slowing down or eventual stopping of hair loss. This can be bought over the counter and used widely to treat androgenic alopecia or pattern baldness. The foam needs to be applied twice daily and will only be effective for those who have not lost so much hair. Watch out for some side effects though like redness in the scalp, itching of the eyes or heart palpitation, which happens to 1 in 10,000 who have used this treatment.
These are just some hair loss remedies available in the market today. A million more await you once you go to a licensed professional for some good old medical advice. There is no need to cower down and hide from hair loss. The key is early detection so you can keep more of what you have rather than continually losing the battle to keep your head held high.