We can all agree that grey hair can be such a hassle especially when you are still young. It is caused when the amount of melanin produced by the hair follicles drops. Sometimes, chemicals that you put into your hair can also worsen it.
To remedy this problem, here are some natural ways to darken your grey hair:
As tempting as it is to use the onions for cooking, if you have a terrible case of white hair, it is best to reserve its use for your hair instead. Peel off the skin and grind the onions. Massage the paste to your scalp and hair and leave it in for 30 minutes. Cover it with a shower cap so the paste would not drip into your eyes. Make sure to use shampoo in washing it off to eliminate the pungent smell of onions.
Do this process every day for at least a week so it would take effect.
Lemon Juice and Gooseberry
You might not have heard of gooseberries ever in your life but it might be the key to your white hair problems. Native to Europe, northern Africa and south and southeast Asia, gooseberries are grown in California, especially in the vicinity of the San Francisco Bay, so you can buy them from supermarkets too.
To treat your hair, you might want to go for powdered gooseberry. Apply and massage a mixture of lemon juice and the powder into your hair and scalp.
Coconut Oil and Lemon Juice
Apply a mixture of lemon juice and coconut oil into your hair to turn your white hair into black. Do this every day until you get the desired results. One added advantage of this method is that it also restores the health of your hair.
This might not be common but carrot juice is one of those remedies for your white hair that does not need to be applied to your hair. Instead, drink the juice so it will take effect. It has been proven to be a boon to your hair’s health.
For brunettes who want to want darken their hair again, the natural dye in black tea stains your hair and boosts its keratin and melanin levels. Wash your hair with black tea every day for maximum results.
Massage sesame seeds into your hair every three days to speed up the production of melanin and keratin in your scalp.