Reasons for hair loss can be:
Telogen effluvium – general shedding from all over the head. We typically lose some 100 hairs a day but sometimes shedding accelerates due to stress, illness, medication or hormones. Hair generally grows back within six months.
Androgenetic alopecia – in women, hair generally thins in the top, frontal area, just behind the hair line, but stays thick at the back. An enzyme causes conversion of the male sex hormone testosterone to another hormone, dihydrotestosterone (DHT), causing the hair follicles to produce thinner hair until they stop.
Alopecia areata – an autoimmune disease that affects up to 2% of the population. It causes round patches of hair loss and can lead to total baldness. In many cases, the hair regrows.
No matter the symptoms you can use this treatment to improve your condition.
This includes following ingredients:
- Coconut Oil
- Tea Tree oil (Optional)
Peel the skin of banana and mash the banana pulp in a bowl. Now add 1 tablespoon honey and One tablespoon of coconut oil in banana pulp. Mix them well.
Crack up the egg and separate the yellow part from it, add this yellow part in the mix. If you have itchy scalp and see skin flakes coming off, then you can add 5 drops of Tea tree oil in the mix too.
Your mask is ready. Apply this mask on your hair. Massage gently on your scalp and spread the paste on each strand of hair. Leave it to work for 1 hour and then wash your hair.
Banana has carbohydrates, potassium, iron and Vitamin A, E and C. Potassium is good for dry damaged hair; vitamin A strengthens hair follicles and nourishes your dry hair; vitamin E makes your hair and scalp healthy and vitamin C regulates hair natural oil production.
Honey contains natural vitamins, minerals and natural moisturizers with extra healing.
Coconut oil contains saturated fats, lauric acid, vitamin-E, vitamin-D and iron.
Protein in the eggs nourishes the hair roots for hair growth. Fatty Acids provide a natural glossy shine to your hair. Potassium heals dry damaged hair.