Not everybody who is losing their hair can blame bad genes or male pattern baldness.
When you have male pattern baldness, there are a few treatments to help keep your hair, but the reality is that without a transplant there is not much hope in regrowing your hair.
When you have a skin condition and that is the cause of your hair loss, then you simply need to treat the condition and your hair should make a comeback.
There are lots of different conditions that contribute to hair loss and there is a different treatment for each of them.
And luckily, there are loads of natural remedies that can help so you don’t have to deal with expensive treatments with potential side effects.
In this article, I will go over several of the natural treatments available to help your scalp condition.
Hailed as a miracle cure for everything from depression to insomnia, CBD oil can help some of your skin conditions that are leading to your hair loss.
CBD is not a psychoactive drug like THC which comes from marijuana. It is short for cannabidiol which is a compound found in hemp and is currently used as a supplement for many conditions.
It is a natural anti-inflammatory that will calm the area and help to reduce the inflammation. It also will stimulate the circulation to the area to bring nutrients and oxygen to the skin to help get rid of the condition.
Besides the fact that it can reduce the condition, it can also ease the pain from it. The CBD binds to receptors in the skin and acts as an analgesic.
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Essential oil can be used to treat many different conditions. Tea tree oil is an ideal candidate for different types of skin conditions.
If you have seborrheic dermatitis, for instance, the tea tree oil can be very effective. Since it is caused by bacteria in clogged pores, the tea tree’s natural antiseptic qualities will clean out the pores and kill the bacteria.
This will clear up your scalp from ugly dandruff and allow your hair a chance to grow back.
Peppermint oil is also a good choice as it stimulates the scalp and has been proven to be almost as effective as Minoxidil at treating hair loss. It promotes blood circulation and is an anti-inflammatory.
Rosemary oil is also very effective at disinfecting the scalp so any type of fungal or bacterial infection causing your hair loss can be reduced by using rosemary oil.
Add a few drops of chamomile to reduce the aggressive oil and it also soothes the skin.
If you have sensitive skin then coconut oil can be used to clear out any bacteria that are causing your problems as it is gentle on the skin.
About The Author:
Peter MacCallister is a small business owner and blogger, he resides in Scotland and likes to write about up and coming entrepreneurial topics. You’ll likely find Peter in the comments section of any major business publication sparking debate and trying to keep things interesting!