5 Natural Remedies for Thicker Hair

December 9, 2016Mandi Morrison

Today i’m talking Natural Remedies for Thicker Hair, when I was a teen I had a good head of hair, I would chop and change my style from long to short, as it grew so quickly that I never worried if it was a bit short, and the colour changed from brown to blonde, to red and back to blonde again!

It was only after I had given birth to Xene that I started to notice that I was losing quite a bit of hair, it was probably more noticeable because I had gotten such a good, thick head of hair whilst pregnant, I thought it was just one of those pre-pregnancy things, after looking it up in a book (internet wasn’t as easy to connect to 18 years ago!).

Within two years I had my bouncing baby boy, so I just thought it was the fact that my hair hadn’t had enough time to recover, but with each pregnancy my hair has got thinner, and I am always getting the blame for blocking the shower with my hair!

Viggo is now three and my hair isn’t much better, I have resorted to having it cut shorter, as the long it got, the more whispy bits I had to deal with falling out of my ponytail.

Now that we are in the age of google, I have been researching ways to get thicker hair, obviously I could go for the medical route of hair transplant,  but I think that may be a little drastic just yet, so here are the recommended natural remedies for thicker hair, let me know if you have any others

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  1. EGGS – Well with 20 chickens I get plenty of those, but i’m not quite sure I want to risk putting egg on my head, my luck the water will be too hot and I will end up with a scrambled egg head!!
  2. Olive Oil – Not just for my salad, but will it thicken my hair or just make me look like I have oiled my head!
  3. Avocado – Mixed with banana and oil, sounds more like we are going to make a smoothie!
  4. Fenugreek Seeds – I’ve used those to increase breastmilk, so I can see why it would be a good choice for hair, this one sounds a little more plausible, now just need to find the local herbal shop
  5. Castor Oil – I remember the older generation talking about a spoonful of castor oil, but apparently it is good mixed with Coconut Oil to encourage thicker hair.

So, there we have it, some weird and wonderful ways to give me thicker hair, have you tried any of them, did they work, or am I just destined to have baby fine hair for the rest of my days ?

 

Comments (1)

  • RachelSwirl

    December 13, 2016 at 11:22 am

    I think (without sounding harsh) we are given what we are born with….

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