Natural hair treatments homemade

The hair restoration industry has come a long way since the era of punch grafts and conventional surgery, where a strip of skin is removed from the back of the head in order to harvest hair follicles to transplant.

According to Kingsley , who lays his eyes and hands on plenty of scalps, the “vast majority” of women who visit his trichology clinics in London and New York complain of thinning or fine hair.

What are the three most common hair care mistakes women make when styling their natural hair ?
The first mistake is using too much product. When we change anything about our hair, we always panic, buy a ton of extra styling products and put it all on. Our hair ends up looking greasy or weighed down, so we end up washing our hair too frequently which just dries it out. Be extra judicious with products. You can always add a little more as you go.

The following is a round up of natural hair treatments you can make at home. Most are quick and easy to prepare, so try a few and let me know what you think.

Thank goodness that good ol’ vitamin D is back - now we can get our tresses shiny and ready for all those fantastic spring hair trends.

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1. Experiencing more than usual hair breakage
2. Hair that appears to be dull and lifeless
3. Split ends
4. Dryness
5. Rough and frizzy texture
6. Hair that tangles a lot
7. Thinning hair
8. Hair that is limp and cannot hold a style

To use: In a blender, combine 1/2 avocado, 2 Tbsp argan oil, 10 drops of rosemary essential oil, and 1 Tbsp of apple cider vinegar, and pulse together. Work the mask through dry hair from roots to tips (if your hair's oily, skip your scalp). Clip hair in place and let sit for 15 minutes, then rinse and cleanse with shampoo. Do this at least once a month.

I discussed this in more detail in my  Guide to Healthy Hair .  In between shampoos, I Co-wash or Rinse (run water through my hair without shampoo or conditioner) my hair especially in summer. (Houston, TX has 100°+ heat and my hair needed it.)

I LOVE how the banana makes my hair feel but washing it out ALMOST makes be regret it every time... is there an easy way???

Stress management is one of the most important hair regrowth tips. Because long-lasting and/or recurring stress usually results in severe hair loss, avoiding stressful situations and various sources of unnecessary emotional strains is totally necessary to prevent hair from falling out and consequently stimulate natural hair growth . Try to manage your stress – just take it easy, have a nice walk in the nature, listen to your favorite record, talk to your friends, do some meditation – there’s a plenty of healthy ways to soothe your worries and relax.

Though few natural treatments have been well-studied for hair loss , there are a handful that may help you hold onto your mane longer if it's starting to disappear.

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What are the three most common hair care mistakes women make when styling their natural hair ?
The first mistake is using too much product. When we change anything about our hair, we always panic, buy a ton of extra styling products and put it all on. Our hair ends up looking greasy or weighed down, so we end up washing our hair too frequently which just dries it out. Be extra judicious with products. You can always add a little more as you go.