Onion Juice for hair loss

DIY Aloe Vera And Onion Juice For Hair Loss And Dandruff

Who doesn’t want long, soft and voluminous hair? Most of us struggle with slow hair growth or excess hair fall, brittle dull hair, dandruff and scalp infections etc. A healthy scalp needs extra care and most of us are unable to provide it proper nutrients. Maintaining our scalp is complicated, requiring a variety of steps and sometimes personalized treatments. If you are growing your hair, care should be taken so that it is strong and healthy, avoiding any kind of damage and dull appearance. Onion juice for hair loss is considered as the best remedy for hair and scalp problem. It contains sulfur which the main component to make your hair strong which ultimately prevents hair loss and helps in hair growth. Onion juice, when mixed with other ingredients like aloe vera and olive oil, will be the perfect combination to promote hair growth, treat hair loss as well as dandruff. Let’s take a look at the benefits onion juice and the ingredients used in this natural scalp treatment.

Onion Juice for hair loss


 Benefits of Onion Juice for hair loss and dandruff

This onion juice for hair loss and dandruff remedy is made up of 3 powerful ingredients i.e. onion juice, aloe vera juice or aloe vera gel, and olive oil. All the ingredients have different benefits, as well as they, work with their own uniqueness on hairs and scalp.

Onion Juice

  • Onion juice has antiseptic and antibacterial properties. It helps fight hair lice, dandruff and can be used as a natural hair nourisher and conditioner. It kills bacteria or microbes which lead to hair loss.
  • Onions are rich in sulfur, which is known to minimize breakage and thinning of hair.
  • Our hair is comprised of a durable protein called keratin, which is high in sulfur content. Sulfur is required for proteins (like keratin) to maintain their shape, which contributes directly to the overall health, strength, and elasticity of hair. More exciting is that there are studies indicating that sulfur has positive effects on hair growth.
  • Onions can be used to fight dandruff owing to their rich anti-bacterial properties.
  • Onions improve blood circulation which is another way they contribute to hair growth.

Aloe vera Juice

  • Aloe Vera contains protein and hair are made of protein. Protein helps make hair smooth and strong.
  • Vitamin A present in aloe vera helps to produce healthy sebum, an oily substance secreted by the scalp, which keeps hair from drying out and breaking off. In addition, Vitamin A fights free radicals that weigh your hair down.
  • Vitamin B12 in aloe vera is important for a healthy scalp. Because of this, it can help to boost hair regrowth.
  • Vitamin C helps fight the bacteria on the scalp. It wards off dandruff and helps to get rid of the follicles’ debris and encourages the growth of new hair. It also helps with dry and itchy scalps because of its antiviral properties.

Olive Oil

  • Olive oil helps in giving moisture and shine to hair. It helps in regrowth of hair and makes scalp healthier than before as it contains antioxidants and vitamin E which are beneficial for hair and scalp.
  • Olive oil solves the problems like dry, flaky scalp or dandruff, switching to olive oil is a good idea.

Onion Juice for hair loss


Procedure for Onion Juice for Hair Loss and Dandruff

Ingredients

  • 2 tablespoon onion juice
  • 1 tablespoon aloe vera juice or aloe vera gel
  • 1/2 tablespoon olive oil
  • You can adjust the quantity according to your hair

Onion Juice for hair loss

Steps

  • Peel the onions and chop them into small pieces.
  • To extract the juice, you can use a food processor, a blender, a grater or a juicer. I have used a hand grater to extract the juice.
  • Run this paste through a strainer or a sieve or an old but clean handkerchief or a cheese cloth.
  • Take the juice out.
  • Now, mix aloe vera juice and olive oil to it.

Onion Juice for hair loss

 

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How to apply

  • Make the partition of hairs and apply the onion juice for hair loss.
  • Massage the juice into your scalp or cover the bald patches.
  • Leave on for at least 15 minutes (longer if you can tolerate the smell) and then wash out using an herbal shampoo.
  • Do repeat this remedy for 2-3 times in a week for the best results.

Caution

  • Those who are allergic to onions, even its topical application can bring about a reaction. Also, certain medications such as aspirin can increase sensitivity to onions. A patch test is necessary before using onion juice for hair loss treatment.

  • If you’re bothered by the strong smell of the onion, add some lemon juice or rose water to your hair rinse. Essential oils can also be used. Rosemary, lavender, and peppermint all promote hair re-growth.
  • Try adding onion to your food recipes. This will not act as fast as the hair rinse but will provide additional dietary support.
  • Stop using commercial shampoos and wash your hair with natural shampoos with low alcohol content once a week. Rinse with cold water when finished, to close the fibers in the hair.

Go ahead and try these remedies and do let me know your experiences in the comments section below. 

Onion Juice for hair loss

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35 thoughts on “DIY Aloe Vera And Onion Juice For Hair Loss And Dandruff

    1. Hi Abdul, you can use this remedy for 2-3 times in a week for the best results. Please be sure to do a patch test on your skin for any allergies or reactions before using it.

    1. Hey Victoria, There are various types of onions, and they all are different slightly in terms of flavour, texture, and colour, but can usually be substituted for one another. I couldn’t find any reference that mentioned specifically a certain type of onion that is better for hair growth than any other type of onion. You can use either white or red onion for the treatment of your hair loss or dandruff problem.

      1. You’re right in not finding any reference that mentions a specific type of onion to use, when it SHOULD be a known specific since different types of onion contain various amounts of sulfur, from fairly high amounts to not so high. Since onion is such a common ingredient in almost every hair regrowth formula, it’s odd that no one seems to know the answer which makes me wary of the claims, but hopeful nonetheless. I see most people tend to use red onions, but I think this is more because red onions are just more pleasing to the eyes instead of actually being the best for hair regrowth. The onions with the highest amounts of sulfur are yellow onions, white onions have a bit less sulfur, red onions even less. There are other types in between called “sweet onions” like Vadalia for example, are even further down the list of onions and their sulfur content, and these are all considered “dry onions”. There are also “green onions”. These would be mostly just the young onion of almost any species, but since most aren’t labeled as to what type they are, some can have quite a strong “bite” to them, meaning a high sulfur content, so it’s a not really a good idea to use these since you don’t know what you’re getting most of the time. Scallions and other cousins to onions can have as much sulfur as onions themselves. Maybe somebody can come up with more information on what the correct sulfur content from which onion SHOULD be used in a hair regrowth formula than I can. At anyrate, good luck to anybody trying to regrow hair using this formula or ANY formula calling for onion. I would start with the milder ones first, i.e. Vadalia, red, etc., and if your scalp can handle it well, possibly move up a notch to the white variety for that extra sulfur ‘punch’, which I personally think you should do, but I’m not a professional in this area, and obviously nobody else is either. Again, good luck and experiment until you find what works for YOU!

    1. Hi Pameela, it’s always advisable to do a patch test before applying to your scalp because of different skin’s type.

    1. Hi Roma, Yes you can keep it in a bottle for only 3-4 days because of perishable nature of onion but make sure that it is refrigerated.

  1. I m using onion Juice from last one week and this s second week three times a week for jow long I have to wait to see the resuilt and my hairs are still falling .

    1. Hi Salma, natural remedies for hair takes some time to work but they are great as they are free from any harsh chemicals. I would recommend you to keep using onion juice on your hair for at least 2 months for a significant change.
      Thanks

  2. If we use onion juice thrice a week.. and then shampoo every time… this means thrice a week we have to do shampoo… bt doing shampoo thrice a week will result more hair loss.. as it is highly recomended to shampoo once or maximum twice week… so what to do??

    1. Hi Shruti, you can use natural herbal shampoos thrice a week with no problems. You can find natural herbal shampoos from your local departmental store. You can also try to use homemade shampoos which are not harsh on your scalp.

    1. Hi Areebaj, you can use any herbal shampoo available at your local departmental store. Also, you can check Pinterest for ideas related to homemade shampoos. Currently, I have not written anything about homemade shampoos but will soon write some posts on that as well in future.

  3. Thanks for this piece ,I use to have hair loss at my hair edges and my hair is very thin,but the onion water did the magic,I have strong full hair now and my hair grows in length.try it if u haven’t.

  4. Hi mamta.. I rub dat like twice a day…. dats like 14 times a week. for my beard. Bcos it is comin out slowly and scanty. So how long will I stay for it to come out fully? When rubbing dat??

    1. Hi, you can use onion with aloe vera to see great results. Apart from that, you can also use a mixture of 1 tablespoon of castor oil and 2 drops of rosemary essential oil. You can store it in a container and apply this daily before sleep, keep it overnight. This will give you faster results. Hope this helps. Let me know if you have any other questions.

  5. Hello Mamta,
    I am applying onion juice and coconut oil from past 7 months thrice a week. I would not say that falling of hair has been stopped (may be because of Psoriasis) but I can see hair regrowth on bald patches but I bit dryness is still there.
    I was many positive posts on applying aloe vera for eliminating hair dryness and dead skin. I also want to add aloe vera in my home remedy but I am afraid of any side effect or negative result. Please suggest.

    1. Hi Rahul, glad to see positive effects of using onion on your hairs. You can safely use aloe vera along with the juice. Aloe vera is great for your scalp. You can see the benefits of using aloe vera in the post itself. Hope this helps.

  6. Can I add essential oil or combination of essential oils on this? Like Rosemary and Lavender. If yes how many drops for each essential oil or total of? Thanks!

    1. Hi Jose, yes you can use a mixture of essential oils in your mask. You should use a total of 3-4 drops essential oils in your mask.
      Thanks

    1. Hi, Abdu, I would not recommend this mask as an overnight remedy because onion contains sulphur and sulphur can make your hairs dry.

  7. Is Onion juice and Alovera Gel can mix with Olive oil only or can mixed with Mustered oil or Coconut oil instead of Olive oil

    1. Hi, Sanath, You can use mustard oil or coconut oil but I would recommend using olive oil because it is more moisturizing than coconut oil which helps condition your hair deeply and effective in removing dandruff when applied regularly. It helps to exfoliate dead cells more effectively than coconut and mustard oil.

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