Natural and Effective Home Remedies for Hair Growth

How many times have you looked in the mirror, patted your head, and sighed? If it’s happening more often than you’d like, then chances are good that you’re also looking at some pretty expensive and time-consuming options to help get your hair growing again.

The good news is that if you have access to some common household ingredients, there are plenty of things you can do at home to help encourage hair growth!

These home remedies for hair growth include ingredients like coconut oil, onion juice, and vitamin E – all readily available in most grocery stores or online shops.

Home Remedies for Hair Growth

Home remedies for hair growth
Home remedies for hair growth


Eggs are protein powerhouses. One egg contains almost 6 grams of protein and little fat or cholesterol, making it an optimal food to boost hair growth.

Incorporate eggs into your diet by eating them daily or incorporating them into a nutrient-dense smoothie like The Garden of Life Good Start Breakfast smoothie, which has 21 grams of protein and only 170 calories.

If you’re not a fan of eggs, though, don’t worry—there are plenty of other options out there: Salmon: Fish are rich in omega-3 fatty acids that nourish hair follicles and help keep hair strong and shiny.
It also has plenty of B vitamins that promote healthy skin and follicles to grow thick locks quickly.

Fenugreek seeds

A compound in fenugreek seeds is proven to promote hair growth. Boil a handful of these seeds in water, strain, and wash your hair with it.

Leave it on for about 15 minutes before rinsing it off. Repeat three times a week to start seeing results. You can also mix ground fenugreek with yoghurt and use it as a mask once a week before washing it off.

Lavender oil

If you’re looking to grow your hair back, lavender essential oil could be just what you need. Sourced from France, it is known as a powerful natural medicine that has been used throughout history to treat health issues such as acne and hair loss.

It also contains properties that speed up cell division, which helps with follicle growth (read: faster hair growth). To use, mix one part lavender oil with two parts coconut oil or almond oil and massage into your scalp before bedtime.

The longer you massage it in, the better—you can even leave it on overnight! If you are pregnant or breastfeeding or have sensitive skin or scalp conditions like eczema, contact your doctor before applying any essential oils to your head.

Aloe Vera Juice

When aloe vera juice comes in contact with damaged hair, it closes open cuticles of your hair and facilitates healthy growth.

It’s believed that antioxidants such as Vitamins A, C, and E restore damage while stimulating blood flow to your scalp. Aloe vera is also high in calcium, magnesium, and zinc, which promote optimal strength of your hair.

To use aloe vera juice on your scalp, apply it directly to your skin with a cotton ball before bedtime and rinse off with water after 30 minutes. It’s best to do daily treatments for 2-3 weeks until you see positive results.

Rosemary oil

Rosemary oil is a miracle hair growth potion. It has antioxidants, vitamins C and E, and procyanidins that promote blood circulation to get more oxygen to your follicles and hair roots.
The scalp also produces natural oils when there’s healthy blood flow. Use it sparingly; rosemary essential oil is potent!

Dilute a few drops in olive oil or apply directly to the scalp once a week. You can also use rosemary essential oil by adding one drop to every tablespoon of carrier oil, such as jojoba or coconut, before massaging it into your scalp daily (in small amounts).

The amount should be enough so you smell rosemary but not so much that it feels like you doused your head in perfume.

Olive oil

Massage a few drops of extra virgin olive oil into your scalp and hair every night before bed. Olive oil moisturizes dry, brittle hair follicles and promotes hair growth.

It also stimulates circulation to your scalp, which can help eliminate dandruff or an itchy feeling. Just don’t use too much—oily hair will cause more problems than it solves!

Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar is an age-old remedy that’s been said to aid in hair growth. Apply it directly to your scalp and leave it on overnight.

Be sure not to use straight vinegar. However, diluted apple cider vinegar works best, and there are several ways you can dilute it (see more below).

Also note that while some people swear by apple cider vinegar as a home remedy for hair growth, others have reported that it dries out their scalp. Always do a patch test before applying any new treatment, especially if you have sensitive skin.

Green Tea

Green tea has become one of the most widely used natural remedies in recent years, especially among men and women who want to keep their hair healthy.

For centuries, people have relied on green tea to treat various medical conditions and ailments, including hair loss.

Topically applied green tea can stimulate blood flow to your scalp while also providing you with antioxidants that fight against free radicals; these two benefits help increase hair growth.

Make sure that you drink at least a cup of green tea every day! The antioxidants will also serve as a natural sunscreen and protect your scalp from sun damage and ageing.

Coconut Oil

Massaging coconut oil into your scalp and hair has been shown to reduce hair fall by as much as 50 percent.

The fatty acids in coconut oil are rich in proteins that nourish and strengthen hair roots, improving scalp health and hair growth over time.

Coconut oil can be used on both wet and dry hair, though it is more easily absorbed when applied while wet. So, get yourself a big tub of coconut oil and start rubbing! Just don’t use too much; if you’re applying it daily, no more than a few teaspoons should do it.

Massage your head with gentle strokes, starting at your temples and working outwards towards your forehead.

Fuller’s Earth Clay Mask

Fuller’s Earth is very useful in treating hair fall. Mix an equal quantity of Fuller’s earth and curd. Apply it to your scalp and let it remain until it dries off completely.

Wash your hair with lukewarm water. The next day, you would observe an increase in the volume of your hair, making them thicker than before.

Follow up with a good moisturizing conditioner or shampoo to retain the softness of your hair. Remember that you have to do a deep conditioner session once every week if you want long-lasting results from Fuller’s Earth clay mask.

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Manish Bisht

I am Manish Bisht, a blogger and natural health expert. I aim to share my knowledge and experiences with people to promote natural health. Natural remedies work slowly, and sometimes the process is not immediately visible.

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