Home Remedies for Hair Growth in Children | Top 10 Home Remedies

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 Hair loss in children sounds weird! But in reality, some children have poor hair growth and experience hair loss at a tender age. Hair loss in children is more prevalent than one might imagine. The American Hair loss Association reports that children’s hair loss is responsible for approximately 3 percent of all pediatric office visits in the United States (1). There can be several reasons why children experience hair loss at a very young age. Some common causes include alopecia areata (loss of patches of hair), tinea capitis (ringworm of the scalp), telogen effluvium (thinning or shedding of hair), trichotillomania (a hair-pulling disorder), endocrine-related problems and nutritional deficiencies.   At the same time, there are certain non-medical causes of hair loss in children, which include use of hair care products containing harsh chemicals, blow-drying their hair with high heat, vigorous brushing or brushing wet hair, and pulling the hair into tight ponytails or braids. While dealing with children’s hair loss can be an extremely devastating issue, you can take a breath of relief as there are several home remedies for hair growth and fighting hair loss in children.   Here are the top 10 home remedies for hair loss in children.1. Practice a Good Hair Care Routine Even if your child’s hair looks silky or smooth, practicing a good hair care routine is a must or soon you may have to deal with different types of hair problems. To stimulate hair growth in kids, start with teaching them the importance of good hair care. Wash your child’s hair gently but with a good shampoo, 2 or 3 times a week.Do not use hot water to wash your child’s hair. Use lukewarm or cool water.If you are having problems detangling your baby’s hair, try washing it less often and use less soap.Don’t comb, brush or tie up your child’s hair when it is wet. Leave it loose until it is fully dry.Avoid using blow-dryers and other heated hair instruments.Be gentle when brushing and don’t brush more than once a day.Avoid pigtails, braids and any tight hairstyles that cause excessive pulling.2. Hot Oil Massage A hot oil massage is one of the best ways to treat hair loss in children. Massaging the head will improve the blood flow in the scalp, and subsequently enhance the development of new hair.  Oiling also helps restore moisture in the scalp and hair, which is important for hair growth.  A 2016 study published in Eplasty found that massaging the scalp for 4 minutes each day for 24 weeks resulted in thicker hair (2). You can use coconut, almond, olive, jojoba or neem oil to massage your child’s scalp. When using neem oil, mix an equal amount of coconut or olive oil in it.Heat the oil of your choice, so it is warm but not too hot.Apply the oil on your child’s scalp and gently massage.Put on a shower cap, and leave it for 30 minutes or even overnight.Wash the oil out with a mild shampoo.Do this 2 or 3 times a week.3. Indian Gooseberry To promote hair growth in children, you can al
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