Hair loss and hair fall are as common as they are annoying, and it becomes particularly so when you start to lose hair around your temples. Losing hair around the temples is a very common phenomenon in women as much as it is in men. But dealing with this issue is not very difficult. Keep reading to find out the different ways in which you can regrow temple hair naturally...

Aloe vera
 

Aloe vera

Aloe vera has been used for centuries to prevent hair loss in women. It is a rich source of healing ingredients such as vitamins A, B, C, and E, that work together to promote healthy hair growth. Aloe vera for hair deeply nourishes and conditions the hair follicles and fights damage to promote unhindered hair growth.

BB pro tip: Extract about 1 teaspoon of fresh aloe vera gel (you can use a store-bought one) and apply to the area where you’re losing hair. Leave it on for an hour or even overnight and wash as usual.

Onion juice
 

Onion juice

Onion juice is a sure-shot way to promote hair growth and prevent thinning hair. It is a rich source of sulphur that kills the germs and fungi on the scalp that could be a potential reason for hair loss. Onion juice also helps improve blood circulation and is a great way to boost hair growth.

BB pro tip: Extract the juice of an onion and apply this to the affected area. Leave it on for 30 minutes and wash hair as usual.

Olive oil
 

Olive oil

Regularly massaging your scalp with olive oil is a great to stimulate hair follicles that have become dormant. This boosts hair growth and prevents hair loss. It also helps improve blood circulation so that your follicles and hair get optimum nourishment. Another benefit of olive is that it thoroughly nourishes and conditions the scalp for stronger hair.

BB pro tip: Heat olive oil until slightly warm and massage it into your scalp, focusing on the temples. Leave it on for 30 minutes and wash hair as usual.

Potato rinse
 

Potato rinse

Potatoes are brimming with vitamins B and C, zinc, niacin and iron, all of which are a great way to nourish hair follicles and promote hair growth. It cleanses the scalp and unclogs hair follicles to promote hair growth. Using potato juice can add shine and lustre to your hair by closing the cuticles.

BB pro tip: Collect the water that you boil potatoes in. After it is completely cooled, pour it on your scalp as the final rinse after washing and conditioning your hair.

Honey, cinnamon and olive oil mask
 

Honey, cinnamon and olive oil mask

Cinnamon contains choline, potassium, and vitamins A, B, and E, which promote hair growth and also hair regrowth at the temples. Olive oil helps condition your hair while honey acts as an emollient, binding moisture to your scalp and hair.

BB pro tip: Combine all the ingredients and mix them to form a smooth paste. Apply it to the scalp and hair, especially to the affected area and leave it on for 20 minutes. Wash it off as usual.