Trying to grow Rapunzel-esque hair? We’ve got you covered! Rather than opting for over-the-counter solutions to make your tresses grow faster, head to your kitchen and you will surely find something to serve the purpose. Here are some natural, easy-on-pocket, and chemical free home remedies…
Instead of throwing away the used green tea bags, you can reuse them to make your hair stronger and luscious. All you need to do is to boil these used bags in water for a minute and apply this warm green tea on your scalp. Let it stay for about 45 minutes and then wash it off with cool water. Green tea is rich in anti-oxidants that promote hair growth, and makes them stronger from roots. Plus, this method does not require extensive preparations!
Start with mixing an egg white with a tablespoon each of olive oil and honey. Apply this mask on your scalp and hair for about 20 minutes, and rinse it off with a mild shampoo. This hair concoction is packed with protein, phospohorous, zinc, iron and other nutrients that will make your locks lustrous and healthy.
If you can bear the smell of onion juice, this tried and tested method can work wonders for your hair. All you need to do is chop onion into small pieces and squeeze out its juice. Apply it evenly all over your scalp for 20 minutes and wash it off with a mild shampoo. Onion juice is rich in sulphur that boosts the production of collagen in your tissues, and ergo promotes hair growth.
Grind a tablespoon of this herb with water to make a smooth paste. You can also add some milk in it, and apply it on your hair and scalp for about 40 minutes. Follow this with rinsing it off with a mild shampoo. Fenugreek contains proteins and nicotinic acid that promote hair growth and also makes them luscious.
Just mix two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar with a cup of warm water. Massage this potion on your scalp for about two to three minutes and wash it off with a shampoo. Apple cider vinegar stimulates the hair follicles and in turn helps hair to grow faster. Plus, it also cleanses your scalp apart and maintains the pH balance of hair.