Do you have thin hair? Or maybe you believe it’s been thinning for a while? Or maybe you just want to add some more volume to the way your hair looks?
If your answer is yes to any of those questions, don’t fret – it’s not too late yet. There are 9 natural remedies – stuff that you can buy at the supermarket – that you can apply to your hair so that it will grow thicker again! Read on below!
1. Castor Oil
Castor oil is one of the surefire ways to get thicker hair naturally. Mix equal parts of castor oil and coconut oil and heat it as usual. Apply the mixture onto your head and scalp, massaging your head in circular motions.
2. Henna Leaves
Henna leaves are hard to come by but if you can get a bag of it, please don’t miss the opportunity. Not only will it make your hair thicker, it’ll also give your hair a rich natural color. Grind a handful of henna leaves with water to make a sticky paste. Apply it to your hair and let it sit for two hours.
3. Olive Oil
Olive oil is not to soften and strengthen your tresses, aside from adding volume to your hair. Massage your scalp with warm olive oil and leave it on for at least 30 minutes.
Vitamin E is essential to the health of your hair, and Avocado replenishes your Vitamin E needs. Mix mashed avocado, mashed banana and one tbsp of olive oil and massage it on to your hair for about 30 minutes.
It’s a little difficult to prepare flaxseeds to apply to your hair but well worth it. Soak the seeds in water overnight. In the morning, boil a quarter cup of the seeds in two cups of water over high heat. When it becomes a foamy jelly, you can stop and then allow it cool. After that, you can use it like you would normally use a hair gel.
6. Indian Gooseberry
Want to maintain a healthy scalp? Indian gooseberry is key. Mix a tablespoon of it with two tablespoons of coconut oil and heat until it boils. Massage the mixture onto your scalp before going to bed.
7. Fenugreek Seeds
Fenugreek seeds prevent massive hair loss. If you can, soak the seeds in water for 8 to 10 hours. After than grind the soaked seeds to make some kind of paste. Apply said paste onto your hair and scalp for 30 minutes again.
To make your hair grow thick, you need tons of protein. Eggs are a great source for that. Beat one or two eggs depending on how long your hair is, and then apply it on to your hair. Leave it for 30 minutes before you rinse it.
9. Aloe Vera
Aloe vera is very commonly found in hair products, but you will want to do it natural. Get two aloe vera leaves and extract their gels, and massage said gel onto the scalp. Easy peasy!