5 Easy Remedies for Hair Loss

Black Lotus Oil For Hair

Hair loss is a serious problem that can deeply affect our self-confidence. Although we most often link it to aging, it can happen to us at any point in our lives. It can be caused by stress, hormone-changes, nutritional deficiencies, or even genetics. Don’t worry though, it’s a serious problem with a simple solution. You should note that consistency is necessary for these remedies to work, the general rule is to carry them out 2 to 3 times a week. Here are 5 easy remedies to stop hair loss and boost hair growth, all recommended by your favorite self-care platforms.


  1. Oils, Oils, and More Oils…

Oil by Nefertari
Nefertari’s peppermint essential oil

Even if your knowledge of skin and haircare is minimal, you probably already know how essential “essential” oils are! For hair loss, the most recommended are peppermint, rosemary, and lavender essential oils.

Black Lotus oil
Black Lotus’  Rosemary Oil

These oils tend to be heavy so they need to be diluted by adding drops of them to a carrier oil like coconut, grapeseed, or almond oils. Castor oil is one of the most famous remedies that are also useful for eyebrow hair growth as well. Both Amla and Pumpkin-seed oils also have hair-growth benefits. Before adding anything to your hair, always make sure you’re not allergic to it by trying it out on your arm first.

You can find these oils locally produced by Nefertari and Black Lotus. Also for more information on how best to use these oils, follow The Hair Addict, and Youssra ElGamal.

  1. Embrace a Healthier Diet

Red Onions
Red Onions

The food we consume makes all the difference for our wellbeing. So, in this cruel wintry weather, make sure to stay hydrated! Carrots, onions, eggs, chicken, fish, walnuts, and almonds are all foods that will help reduce hair loss and boost hair growth. Also, according to Curly Talks’ Dina Ghalwash, spraying rice water on your hair can have miraculous results for boosting hair-growth. For more details on food for hair-growth, click here for our article on it.

  1. Integrate Scalp-Massaging in Your Self-Care Routine

The Hair Addict's Scalp-Massaging Brush
The Hair Addict’s Scalp-Massaging Brush

Massaging your scalp is not only relaxing, it also invigorates your scalp and improves blood flow, ensuring that your hair gets all the nutrients it needs. It also helps eliminate dandruff and dead skin. You can buy a scalp massager from The Hair Addict’s website or from Souq.

  1. Vitamins

Biotin, found at iHerbs

Although all vitamins are good for hair loss and general well-being, the most beneficial one is a B-Vitamin called Biotin. You can find it on iHerb here.


  1. Ready to Use Products

Aloe Eva's Hair-Fall Kit
Aloe Eva’s Anti Hair-Fall Kit

Finally, if you feel like the above is just too much, there are great ready to use local products that have great reviews. Shahd Beauty Care’s 30 Day Hair Spa serum comes highly recommended. The Hair Addict’s Indian Recipe and Growth kit are quite popular among curly hair enthusiasts. There is also Aloe Eva’s Anti-Hair Fall kit, and Bubblzz’s hair growth serum (available at Source Beauty).


Remember! These remedies only work if you’re consistent. Self-care should be a priority in these trying times, stay safe and stay hydrated.

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