Hair fall Common issue!!

Today I’m going to talk about the very common issue of all the girls, hair fall. Every girl wants that his hair looks amazing in all events. Because hair can make a person personality just awesome than any other part of the body. So hair is a very important part of the body of women as well as men.

Why hair-fall become growing problem in these days??

Androgenetic hair loss is seen in both men and women but more dramatic in men. Thyroid disease, anemia, protein deficiency, chemotherapy, and low vitamin levels may cause hair loss. Alopecia areata is a form of hair loss produced by the autoimmune destruction of hair follicles in localized areas of skin.

Today I’m going to discuss how we can remove naturally occurring hair fall. I’m going to discuss some remedies & home treatments that can effectively stop hair falling.

Home remedies & treatments to control hair fall:

  • Coconut Milk
  • Aloe vera
  • Neem (Indian lilac)
  • Amla  (Indian gooseberry)
  • Greek yogurt
  • Methi  (Fenugreek)
  • Licorice Root
  • Beetroot
  • Onion juice
  • Chinese Hibiscus

Let’s discuss some of them:

1. Coconut Milk:

What You Need

  • 1 cup coconut milk
What You Need To Do
  1. Apply coconut milk to your scalp using a hair dye brush.
  2. Then cover your head with a towel and leave it on for about 20 minutes. You can ideally prepare coconut milk at home by grinding the grated coconut and squeezing its milk.
  3. After that, remove the towel and rinse your hair with cold water.
  4. Follow up with shampoo.
When You Need To Do This

You can follow this process once in a week.

Why This Works

Coconut milk is rich in vitamin E and fats that help to moisturize your hair and keep it healthy. The milk is rich in potassium, another vital ingredient for hair growth . Coconut milk is rich in proteins, essential fats and minerals such as potassium. Thus, washing your hair with coconut milk can help reduce breakage of hair. Coconut oil also contains the same nutrients and hence, it strengthens your hair right from the root through the shaft to the tip. Massaging your scalp regularly with this oil provides a protective action against hair loss. You can grate coconut and squeeze out the milk by mixing in a little water. It also has antibacterial properties that protect the hair from damage.

2. Aloe Vera

What You Need

A leaf (or even a stalk) of the aloe vera plant

What You Need To Do

This is the traditional way of using aloe vera for treating hair growth.

  1. Extract the pulp content from the leaf or stalk and rub into your hair.
  2. Ensure your hair is already washed before you do this.
  3. Massage the pulp into your scalp in circular motions.
  4. Leave it on for about 15 minutes, and then rinse with cold water.
When You Need To Do This

Repeat the process thrice a week, ideally, in the morning after you have taken a head bath.

Why This Works

Aloe Vera plays a crucial role in balancing the pH levels of the scalp and hair. It penetrates deep into the scalp and hair, thereby promoting hair growth.


The yellow-colored sap of the aloe vera plant contains toxins and can irritate the skin if you are latex-intolerant. You can ideally boil the plant (that converts the toxins into natural salicylic acid, which is harmless to the skin) before extracting the pulp content.

3. Neem (Indian Lilac)

What You Need
  • 10 – 12 dry neem leaves
  • A vessel containing water
What You Need To Do
  1. Boil the neem leaves in water till the water level comes down to half its quantity.
  2. Wait for the mixture to cool.
  3. Rinse your hair with this mixture.
When You Need To Do This

You can use this remedy as a last rinse after shampooing your hair. It can ideally be done once every week.

Why This Works

Neem has excellent antibacterial properties that help you get to ride off dandruff. This ensures the scalp is healthy and promotes hair growth. It also stimulates blood flow to the skin, thereby nourishing the hair roots. Neem is even found to eliminate head lice and nits.


Using neem for hair (especially in the case of dandruff) can cause your eyes to burn. So, be careful while washing off the neem water and ensure it doesn’t get into your eyes.

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