Green Tea for Hair Loss – How can it benefit you?

Are you tired of trying all the toxic chemical solutions and cosmetics for your hair loss problems? It’s time you switch to more natural ways to counter one of the most common problems of the modern lifestyle, Hairloss!

I have seen people in their 20’s complain about frequent loss of hair, most of which is attributed to pollution, fast food habits and work related stress. While, one cannot change the way one lives and works immediately, you can still switch your remedy efforts from harmful chemicals to natural products and green home made recipes to cure yourself from these inevitable problems such as hair loss.

So, how can Green tea be beneficial? Do I drink it or Do I apply it to my scalp?

  • Powerful source of Anti-oxidants: Green Tea Contains a lot of Anti-Oxidants! These are the magical ingredients that help our body fight ageing in general and also strengthen the hair!
  • Natural Source of Vitamin B: Green Tea for hair is awesome, as it is one of the natural sources of Vitamin B, the vital nutrient that you find on the packs of all chemical cosmetics and hair care products. The Vitamin B in Green tea, helps prevent split ends and makes you hair soft. This helps it strengthen the hair from inside and prevent breakage.
  • Abundance of “EGCG” : Green tea contains the anti-oxidant EGCD, known asĀ epigallocatechin gallate which is one of the key anti-oxidants that stimulate natural hair growth!
  • Anti-inflamatory: Many people complain of burning sensations in Scalp before they start seeing strands of hair on their comb. This is due to inflamation of the scalp. Green tea helps restore the pH balance of the scalp and thus stop hair loss.

So, now we know how green tea, is beneficial, but the question still remains, How do I use green tea for hair treatment?

The answer is pretty simple, embrace it in all its forms! šŸ˜€

The first option is to have a hair rinse, as normal, and massage some freshly brewed Green Tea in your scalp and rub it gently. This helps the scalp cells absorb the Green tea and make its benefits directly reachable to the roots of your hair. Keep it on for 10-15 minutes and then gently rinse it off with cool water.

The second option is to let the tea do its magic from the inside! This is something that I personally recommend as its benefits are available to more than just your hair. Cultivate a habit to have a cup of green tea daily instead of your Calorie-loaded milky Assamese Tea! In a couple of months you will start feeling younger and see the tea do its magic! :)