How To Naturally Get Thicker Hair

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Ahead is full of thicker hair, shiny, healthy hair… shampoo commercials and magazines make it look easy to achieve, but the truth is, it’s less common than most of us would like. The beauty industry is happy to sell dozens of products to help, and doctors can offer prescriptions in the form of pills and creams. Unfortunately, most of these treatments are filled with questionable chemicals, not to mention being incredibly expensive.

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Whether you have naturally thin and brittle hair, suffer from a medical condition that has led to your hair falling out, or are simply losing your hair as you age, there’s no need to resort to prescriptions and expensive treatments. You can work with your body to naturally provide the proteins and vitamins that your hair needs to become thick and strong once more.

Egg & Avocado

How To Use Avocado

These two foods are great for your health when you eat them. But did you know they can also be applied topically to improve your hair?

The protein in eggs provides essential building blocks for healthy hair, promoting the growth of stronger and thicker hair strands. Avocado not only moisturizes the hair and scalp, but it also contains high levels of vitamin E, which heals damaged hair shafts and reduces breaking.

To make an enriching mask for your hair, combine 2 eggs and one avocado in a food processor and blend until combined. Work the mixture through your hair and massage it into your scalp, then cover your head with a shower cap and let the mask sit for 15-20 minutes. Wash your hair as normal afterward. Use this treatment every 1-2 weeks to see improvement in your hair’s thickness, health, and shine.

Aloe Vera Juice For Hair

If you suffer from hair loss or baldness, you are not alone: around 50% of men will experience male pattern baldness, while women are likely to experience hormonal hair loss, such as alopecia. If you experience one of these conditions, you don’t just want the hair you have to be thicker hair— you want more of it to grow! In that case, you may want to try aloe vera juice.

The vitamin E in aloe nourishes your skin and scalp, preventing your hair follicles from shrinking or growing so dry that they cannot grow hair. And the glycoproteins and polysaccharides found in aloe Barbadians is are thought to stimulate the growth of both new skin and hair.

You can get some of the benefits of aloe vera juice by drinking it raw, but to make sure it really helps your hair, try making a hair rinse of 1 part apple cider vinegar to 1 part aloe vera juice. Rinse your hair with it after shampooing normally and scrub the mixture into your scalp to promote new growth as soon as you begin to notice hair loss or thinning.

Olive & Coconut Oils

Coconut oil

Massaging your hair and scalp with a warm mixture of coconut and olive oils will help heal hair that is thin or prone to breaking. The proteins in coconut oil promote thicker hair, healthy hair growth, while the omega-3 fatty acids in olive oil help prevent hair loss by strengthening your hair follicles. The massage itself improves the blood circulation in your scalp, which keeps the hair follicles healthy and helps your skin and hair absorb more nutrients.

To use, combine ¼ cup of olive oil with ¼ cup coconut oil and heat until they are both liquid and warm to the touch, but not hot. Pour the mixture slowly through your hair, massaging your scalp and working the oil all the way to the tips of your hair. Let the oil sit for half an hour, then wash it out with a mild shampoo. If you usually use conditioner, skip it this time — your hair will be plenty soft from the oil!


Rosemary has been used as a treatment for healthy hair for centuries, particularly in areas around the Mediterranean. In addition to keeping hair healthy and shiny, it is thought to promote new hair growth in those experiencing baldness or thinning.

To use rosemary, you can rub rosemary essential oil into your scalp — often mixed with another oil, such as olive or coconut oil. Or, if you like to keep things simple, simply add several stems of fresh rosemary to your normal conditioner or hair rinse and be sure to massage the mixture into your scalp when you use it.

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