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The 'popular at-home' juice shown to promote hair growth within two weeks – how to make it

Hair loss can be stressful but attempts to find solutions often add to the stress. That’s because procedures can be costly and invasive, leading many people to accept their lot. However, there are natural solutions to hair loss. One that has shown particular promise is onion juice.

Leading hair transplant surgeon Sam Cinkir, CEO of hair and skin specialists Este Medical Group, said: “Losing your hair can be a difficult experience and can lead to a lack of self-confidence, negative self-image and even social isolation.

“Hair loss can often be successfully treated, depending on the type and severity, thanks to ongoing improvements in technology and research.

“Many sufferers look for different ways to stop the decline and to promote hair growth, and onion juice is one of the most popular at-home remedies.

“Onion juice is thought to improve the circulation around your hair follicles, which is vital as insufficient blood flow starves your hair of essential nutrients and leaves it at risk of breaking or falling out.”

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“The present study showed that the use of crude onion juice gave significantly higher results with regard to hair regrowth than did tap water, and that it can be an effective topical therapy for patchy alopecia areata,” the researchers concluded.

Success stories have also been reported in online blogs.

One user said: “I have been using onion juice for the last two weeks and new hairs started growing. Extract the onion juice, apply gently on your bald scalp and leave it for more than two hours or overnight if you are comfortable with the smell.”

Experts recommend blending the onions together in a blender to extract the juice, then leaving it on the scalp for a minimum of 15 minutes.

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