Onion juice for hair loss

8 May

Not what you expected right? Onion juice? Sounds disgusting and smelly. Well, watch this video about onion juice and maybe it can change your mind. If you’re convinced,  the instructions are below the video.

Steps for creating onion juice:

  1. Onion juice is rich in sulphur which is very useful to stop hair fall. Simple use of onion juice on a daily basis can work wonders for your hair.
  2. Many of us think that we have to consume onion juice to combat hair loss. This is not a very pleasant thought at all. The good news is that this is just a myth. You do not have to consume onion juice, but just have to apply it on your hair and on your scalp. The simple steps to have an effective use of onion juice for hair loss are as under:
  3. Carefully cut the onions into small pieces. The smaller the pieces are, the better it is. Smaller pieces can easily be turned into paste. Finely cut pieces give a finely grinded paste which is more effective.
  4. The effects of onion juice

    Put the finely grinded onion pieces in a blender. Crush the pieces in the blender until you have a good amount of onion juice. Do not dispose the paste away as it can be further use to make onion hair packs which are as effective as onion juice to fight hair loss.

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2 Responses to “Onion juice for hair loss”

  1. sneha October 6, 2012 at 6:10 am #

    hi i have big problem of my hair fall daily i lost 60 to 80+ hairfall middle of head bladness is there i m really worry abt it.THEN i used onion juice when i using first time i saw result i reduce hair fall when i use second time then again my hairfall continue .im applying onion juice and wash with medimix soap Plzz help me.. my english is not good i hope u understand

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