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5 Remedies to Reduce Hair Fall

By on October 24, 2017

Are you worried about your increased hair fall? Would you like to stop it and make your hair grow strong and thick again?

Don’t worry, with the help of these natural remedies, you will be able to say goodbye to your hair fall in no time at all. Just try these at home and see your hair growing thick and healthy again!

Use a little coconut oil

One of the most effective ways to reduce hair fall is by using coconut oil as it is found to contain many important fats, minerals, and proteins which help in hair growth.

Just warm the coconut oil and then massage it into your scalp. Let it remain for an hour and then wash it off with lukewarm water and mild cleaning solution.

Tip courtesy Omorfio.com

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Apply Onion Juice on your hair

Another effective ingredient for reducing hair fall is onion which is a rich source of Sulphur that can help your hair growth by improving the collagen production.

All you need to do is take an onion and chop it into fine pieces, then squeeze the juice out of it and apply this juice on your scalp. Let this remain in your scalp for 10-15 minutes and then rinse it with a mild shampoo.

Let your hair dry naturally and follow this process twice a week, you will see your hair fall stop just after a few weeks.

Apply Henna

Although a henna is more popular as a conditioner and a hair color, it can be quite effective in strengthening your hair if used with the correct ingredients. Take mustard oil and add henna dried leaves to it and boil the mixture till the leaves burn.

Once this is done, filter the oil and massage your head with this oil. Keep the oil in an airtight jar. You can also use henna powder with curd on your hair scalp and keep it on for an hour.

Then, wash off the mixture with the help of lukewarm water and a mild shampoo.

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Use Amla to reduce hair fall

Amla is known to be an effective antioxidant which can help in reducing hair fall and can reverse the hair loss if it is still new.

You can just apply amla juice or mix the amla powder with lemon juice and then apply it on your scalp. Leave it for some time to dry and then wash your hair with lukewarm water.

Apply eggs to your hair

An egg is known to have several important ingredients like Sulphur, phosphorus, selenium, zinc, protein, etc. which can help you in preventing or controlling the hair fall. Here is how you can use eggs to control the hair fall:

Take the egg whites and mix it with olive oil. Make sure that you beat them properly so that the mixture is consistent and then apply this mixture to your hair and scalp. If you don’t like the smell, hair vitamin supplements like sugar bear hair also make for a great alternative.

Let it stay for half an hour and then rinse it off with the help of cold water and a mild shampoo.…

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COMPLETELY QUESTIONABLE: FINE MARKET

By on April 20, 2013

There are those markets in Richmond that stock beautifully packaged goods, boast fresh produce and offer warm service. I’m talking about places like Little House Green Grocery, Harvest Grocery, and Union Market, each makes neighborhoods feel cozy and enchanted (read more about my thoughts on them here). Then, there are the others that somehow remain in business that is far past questionable – a mafia front? A Hidden brothel in the back?

Because I’m a big fan of experience, I voyaged to some of the city’s most questionable neighborhood markets and have documented each visit.
I’ll start with Fine Foods.  This is where it started. When friends were raving about their shockingly abundant beer selection and sketchy feel they urged me to test it out for myself (and write about it).  After dinner at Perry’s, my girlfriend and made the quick drive to Oregon Hill. There is was a large brick building on Idlewood with old wrought ironwork outside its entrance.  Inside, my mind was blown.  The musty smell, the bare shelves, disheveled items and the random out-of-date artifacts (hello, 1992 Gillette ‘Sensor’ razor cartridge) gave the ambiance of a post-apocalyptic movie set.

We set our sight on finding this acclaimed beer selection and there it was, nestled in a corner surrounded by coolers we discovered one of the best selection of craft brews comparable to Strawberry Street Market. We grabbed a 6 pack and headed to venture. Aisle by aisle, the randomness of items was mesmerizing and would put any OCDer into an acute panic.  From any array of sugar-fied faux juice to the most chaotic assortment of 1990 Holiday greeting cards.

As we headed toward the checkout, the line of folks was growing – most clung to their good craft beer or waited patiently to get their wine-flavored Black & Mild at the counter.  Although it looks like a tornado ripped through the place and everything edible looked absolutely questionable, there’s something perfectly peculiar at Fine Food.  No matter how crappy, it’s a neighborhood store … that sells great beer. And that’s about it.

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MAGNUM ICE CREAM COMMERCIAL… HUH?

By on June 17, 2011
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Is it the Magnum ice cream commercial hysterical and a bit confusing to you as it is to me?

I don’t know what I love more, the scenario that 95 pound Rachel Bilson is sprinting over the tops of stopped cars to consume a 400 calorie ice cream bar?  Maybe it’s the fact that suddenly an ice cream bar that we’ve never heard of suddenly broadcasts this commercial?  Ok, ok, maybe I find humor that Magnum apparently finds it realistic to appoint a woman the size of a twizzle to represent the brand.

Puzzling?

Every time it comes on, I laugh.

I love Rachel Bilson, and sure, I’ll love Belgian chocolate covered ice cream bars, but these two don’t mix…it’s kind of awkward.  Is this just me?

On a different note…Happy Friday!  Have a fabulous weekend, and if you see a Magnum truck on the road, remain inside your vehicle and refrain from dashing over cars.

The product is in your freezer section, and I’ll admit, they’re pretty good.

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