10 Quick Home Remedies For Hair Baldness That Works!

8. Henna Leaves for Baldness:

Henna Leaves With Powder

Usually, when you hear about henna, you might think about that thing that people use in lieu of tattoos when they only want something that is temporary. Do remember that henna leaves are very popular in some places of the world because they are not only known to make hair color and make it shiny, they can also prevent hair loss.


  • Boil a few henna leaves in mustard oil.
  • Let the henna leaves in mustard oil cool down and mix it in with coconut oil.
  • Apply on scalp and the rest of your hair about twice a week.

9. Castor Oil to treat bald patches:


Castor oil treatment is the most powerful home remedy to cure bald spots on scalp and beard. Castor oil is rich in all the vital nutrients and minerals that our hair needs.

  • All you need to do is massage your scalp with lukewarm castor oil in the night and wash in the morning.
  • Please note that castor oil is very viscous fluid so you need to mix it with equal amount of olive oil or almond oil or you can use any essential oil.
  • Mix it with castor oil and heat the mixture. Now let the mixture cool down to a temperature that you can tolerate. Massage your scalp concentrating on the bald spots.
  • Leave it overnight and wash away in the morning. Use this home remedy twice a week to treat all the bald spots and grow your hair back.

10. Neem for Baldness:


One of the most curable herbal plants is neem. It is most commonly used for treating several skin problems, as well as hair problems. For curing baldness, you are required to make a paste of neem leaf powder.


  • Mix some neem leaf powder in some fresh aloe vera juice.
  • Add some drops of herbal amla in it and stir it well.
  • Apply this herbal paste on hair roots, covering the affected area.
  • After 30 minutes, wash it with water. For experiencing best results, practice this method twice a week.
  • You can also use neem juice for treating baldness or hair loss.
  • All you need to do is to boil some fresh neem leaves in water.
  • Boil it until the solution reduces to its half. When the water cools down, wash your hair with it.
  • Follow this method two times a week.
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