Fight Hair Loss and Regrow Your Hair with Onions

Onion smell is considered unpleasant, but there are some things that are worth sacrificing. Onions hava special properties that stop excessive fall of hair and improve its growth.

So, if you have problems like these, we suggest trying out onion.

How Does Onion Impact Our Hair?

Onions are rich in high levels of Sulfur. That’s why it affects the blood supply to the head and strengthens the root of hair. What is more, onions have antibacterial properties and will cure many irritations of the skin.

How to use onions in order to prevent excessive falling of hair and boost regrowing?

There are several ways of using onions:

  • Take 2 large onions, peel them and cut or blend them in a blender. Squeeze them through a strainer to get juice. Rub in the juice into the root of your dry hair and leave in for half an hour. Wash your hair with mild everyday shampoo. Repeat this process 2-3 times a week for several weeks.
  • Take one onion and chop it so it is almost mashed. Add one tablespoon of honey and mix well. Apply the mixture to your hair root and leave it for half an hour. Wash your hair with a mild shampoo. This treatment can be repeated for 2-3 days for several weeks, like the previous method.
  • Take one large onion, peel it, chop it finely, and add a glass of rum. Leave it to stay overnight. In the morning, filter the mixture and dispose the rest of the onion. Apply the mixture of rum and onion juice on your hair and leave it stay for half an hour, after that wash your hair with a mild shampoo. This treatment can also be repeated for 2-3 days for several weeks.
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