01/5Here's how to treat hair loss at the temples

Here's how to treat hair loss at the temples

Thinning hair at the temples is the stuff of nightmares women dread. But it is a common issue many women face that can be hard to deal with. If you start to notice hair thinning at the temples, that could indicate that you may also lose some of it at the top of your head. Sometimes genes are to blame for this issue. However, hair extensions and hairstyles that are really tight can also cause this problem. Medical conditions like PCOS and thyroid conditions could also lead to hair loss at the temples. However, there are natural remedies you can use to treat this hair problem. Give these treatments a try.

by Darielle Britto
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02/5Aloe vera

Aloe vera

A teaspoon of aloe vera gel and an hour of your time may just be the winning combo that can help tackle your hair loss issues. Aloe contains vitamins A, B, C, and E, which are all essential for your hair to grow well. It helps to provide nourishment to the hair follicles, as well as tackles free radical damage. Apply the treatment on the temples and massage well for a few minutes. Apply the gel on your hair at least three to four times a week depending on your condition.

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03/5Green tea

Green tea

Green tea is not only great for our skin, but it can even tackle hair issues like say hair thinning at the temples. This tea is a rich source of antioxidants that fight free cell damage. It also works to improve the health of your scalp in order for your hair to grow well in damaged areas. To make this treatment, apply two bags of green tea in hot water. Once the water has cooled off, apply it on your hair and scalp, especially your temple. Leave the treatment on for at least half an hour before you wash it off.To get the most out of the tea, apply it on your hair thrice a week.

by Darielle Britto
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04/5Onions

Onions

An onion may sound like a bizarre ingredient to put on your hair, but it contains sulfur that can help tackle fungi and bacteria. It also works to improve blood circulation, which promotes hair growth. Apply the juice of one onion on your scalp and the temples. Leave it on for at least 15 minutes before you wash it off with a mild and gentle shampoo. Apply the juice a couple of times a week.

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05/5Olive oil

Olive oil

Massaging a bit of olive oil on your scalp will help to promote hair growth from follicles. By improving blood circulation in this area, it can provide your follicles nourishment in order for your hair to start growing again. To make this treatment, warm up a couple of tablespoons of olive oil and apply it on your scalp. Massage the temples especially to make sure there is good blood circulation going. Leave the oil on for at least 30 minutes before you wash it off with a mild and sulfate-free shampoo. Apply this treatment on your hair at least thrice a week.

by Darielle Britto
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