Hair loss doesn’t necessarily mean that something’s wrong with you. In fact, the normal loss of hair is 50 to 100 hairs per day, and this is no cause for concern. However, when you notice a bald patch or excessive hair thinning, you might have problems with hair loss that exceeds the daily amount of lost hairs.
Hair loss can happen because of numerous reasons. Sometimes, when it occurs all of a sudden, it can be a consequence of some disease, diet, medicine, or labor. If the hair loss happens gradually, it may be hereditary. Other contributing factors can be autoimmune diseases, major surgeries, cancer treatments, infections, stress, menopause, weight loss, iron deficiency, medications, eating disorders, etc.
If you’re also facing this both health and aesthetic issue, the following natural tonic will help you regrow the hair in a short period of time. The ingredients are easily affordable and you can prepare it at the comfort of your own home.
The results will leave you speechless. Here’s the recipe:
A tbsp of honey
2 tbsp of castor oil
Preparation and application:
Mix the ingredients in a bowl and stir them well. Double or triple the amount depending on your hair’s length. Next, apply the mixture onto the scalp and then onto the remaining hair. Put the hair in a shower cap and leave it for 2 hours. Afterwards, rinse the hair as usually. Use the tonic twice per week.
The benefits of the ingredients
Egg- the yolk in the egg is rich in fatty acids, vitamins, and proteins that strengthen the hair. The vitamin A in yolk moisturizes the hair and encourages its growth whereas the lecithin prevents the hair breakage and brittleness.
Honey- honey is rich in antioxidants that soften the hair and boost the hair follicles and the scalp. When mixed with the other ingredients, honey promotes healthy hair growth while the sugar in it moisturizes the hair and prevents hair loss.
Castor oil- it has ricinoleic, an amino acid, and it has the ability to boost the hair follicles. Moreover, castor oil regulates the scalp’s pH and removes dandruff while protecting the hair from damage.
Take a look at the video below to see the procedure in detail: