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How Green Tea Can Help With Hair Loss?

by Ashu Sharma Health Blogger

Introduction

Hair Fall, a common thing that almost every other person is facing and wants to get rid of it. On average, the scalp has 100,000 hairs that cycle through periods of growing, resting, falling out, and regenerating. 


For this problem, some people prefer to let their hair loss run its course untreated and unhidden. Others may cover it up with hairstyles, makeup, hats or scarves. And still, others choose one of the treatments available to prevent further hair loss and to restore growth.


Before pursuing hair loss treatment, try the home remedies that can help you without any side effects and you know what green tea benefits you a lot with hair loss as it contains catechins that are responsible for healthy hair and in preventing hair loss. It helps to fight dryness of the scalp and dandruff. 


Many people who have used green tea have helped them in hair regrowth and reverse their hair loss problems. 


You can drink two to three cups of green tea a day. Drinking green tea regularly is another way to ensure healthy hair. But the point is in what other ways one can use green tea, for that read below and find out the methods. 


How to use green tea on the scalp?


There are various methods in which you can use green tea for hair problems.


- The best way to use green tea for hair is to prepare a hair rinse. After a hair wash, use fresh but cooled green tea to rinse your hair. Keep it on for 15 minutes or so. Then rinse thoroughly with cool water. Green tea rinse is hence used as an after shampoo conditioner.



- Use it as a mask. You can make a green tea hair mask at your home by mixing 1 tbsp olive oil, 1 egg yolk and 2 tbsp green tea. The mix should be thick enough to apply to hair.


- You can also use green tea shampoo and conditions available in the market and you more option that is to consume green tea capsules.


As green tea is good with everything you can mix it with aloe vera, coconut oil, lemon, honey and apply on your hairs but remember to mix it with any one only at a time.


Other treatments for hair loss include medications, surgery to promote hair growth and slow hair loss.


Why Green Tea?

The benefits of green tea for hair are mainly due to the various nutrients and anti-oxidants present in it. 


->List of nutrients:


Vitamin B:

One of them in Vitamin B (panthenol). Vitamin B is ideal for hair fitness because it facilitates in controlling split ends, softens the hair and strengthens hair roots (follicle). Drinking green tea, as well as direct software of green tea to the hair, helps in absorption of Vitamin B.


Panthenol:

The panthenol found in green tea is likewise utilized in shampoos and conditioners. Green tea also has theanine, that's a unique amino acid that works together with panthenol to reinforce the hair.


Catechin EGCG:

Apart from Vitamin B, a specific catechin EGCG allows in hair growth while green tea is applied to the roots. Green tea can play a sizable role in hair elongation. Not best this, the anti-inflammatory properties of green tea are helpful in preventing hair loss and regeneration of hair. It is likewise beneficial in combating dandruff.


Caffeine:

Caffeine present in green tea also prevents baldness by blocking off DHT (Dihydrotestosterone) the hormone which is the primary cause of baldness. The antioxidants found in green tea also inhibit baldness. Apart from that, the polyphenols and Vitamin C found in green tea assist in preventing dullness while boosting the shine and softness hair. Hence, it helps in getting roughness and dullness of hair.


Green tea is a good drink. It has everything: it is high on antioxidants, vitamins, enzymes, amino acids. But it also has an impressive range of use as a skin and beauty product.



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