I get quite a lot of comments and emails from you guys asking me if I have something natural for bald spots or thinning hair. Sometimes it can be in the front of your head where the hair is thin, or on the back of your hair where you have a ponytail usually, etc etc. I once had traction alopecia, which was caused by me wearing my hair in a ponytail too tight every single day, and I remember I was freaking out because of it.. and I tried this and the hair did get stimulated to grow back I dont have any pictures of it because it was a couple years ago! Sorry guys! I cant believe I forgot to show this remedy to you guys.. but at least its finally here!
All you need for this is fresh ginger root. You can use fresh ginger juice as well (which Im sure you can buy at the store) but I prefer the fresh root since its cheaper and easier to get.
You may use a cheesecloth to drain the juice out and not have any of the ginger pulp, but i don’t really mind it since it washes out anyway. If you use this regularly you might notice the ginger with slightly lighten your hair, so keep that in mind.
Ginger is great because it has properties that protect and condition your hair, make it grow faster, reduce dandruff and prevent hair loss. you’ll notice that when you apply this on your scalp it will feel warm and stimulating. thats normal!
Just a disclaimer, ginger is NOT going to magically cure baldness, however, if you have some thin spots on your head and are combating hairless, have a hard time growing your hair, or traction alopecia where you tie your hair up too tight and u start to lose hair in that ponytail thats too tight, then the ginger will be great at stimulating hair growth. Ginger helps to improve your blood circulation on your scalp, so increased blood flow means increased hair growth rate. WHY is that? when blood flows to your scalp, it gets the nutrients to the hair follicle and gets its oxygen to the follicles to increase hair growth. The main thing in ginger are the essential fatty acids it has Fatty acids are great for fighting hair loss, stunted growth and thinning of hair.
Ginger is very stimulating so do a test patch first to see if your skin is sensitive to it. If it is, I suggest mixing it with some jojoba oil, almond oil, olive oil, or coconut oil in equal parts, and then massaging it onto your scalp.
I hope you guys enjoyed this video! I will be having a Valentines day look coming out soon! Quick question, do you rock smokey eyes on Valentines day or do you prefer and more natural approach? Let me know in the comments below! I like to do both