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In the meantime, here are a few tips to keep your hair thick and healthy at home...

How To Naturally Regrow Hair Lost to Seborrheic Dermatitis

Losing hair can understandably be a distressing experience. But the outlook is typically optimistic, especially with proper treatment for seborrheic dermatitis.

Other than that, you may also try out some natural remedies and management options that may help encourage hair regrowth.

Of course, there isn't an overnight concoction for luscious locks. But you may notice slightly faster hair growth and better hair quality with some of these natural hair loss treatment tips and remedies.

1. Rosemary oil

Extracted from one of the most well-known medicinal plants in the world, rosemary oil is said to bring about various benefits for your hair, such as protecting your hair from damage, reducing dandruff, and preventing premature graying of hair. Research has demonstrated that rosemary oil possesses antibacterial, antifungal, and anti-inflammatory properties, which may be useful for certain scalp conditions like seborrheic dermatitis [14].

To use rosemary oil for hair growth, add a few drops of rosemary essential oil to a Malassezia-safe carrier oil, such as MCT. You may leave it on or wash it off after 15 minutes.

Take note that other common carrier oils, such as coconut or avocado oil, may not be the safest option for Malassezia, as this fungus can feed on such oils.

2. Peppermint oil

Peppermint oil can be found in numerous hair and skin-care products. Animal studies have shown that peppermint oil has significant hair growth effects, even outperforming minoxidil, an FDA-approved drug used as hair loss treatment [15].

Similar to the rosemary extract, you can add around two drops of peppermint oil directly to your hair-care product or carrier oil and massage it into the scalp.

3. Lavender oil

Animal studies have discovered that lavender oil may help to deepen and increase the number of hair follicles [16]. Of course, more human research is warranted to confirm these findings.

But if you're keen on giving it a go, simply dilute it in a carrier that is Malassezia-safe (preferably not coconut oil) and massage it in. Leave it on for at least 10-15 minutes before rinsing it out.

4. Green tea

Some research has suggested that epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG), a compound present in green tea, may help to boost hair growth by reducing damage to hair cells and stimulating hair follicles [17].

5. Onion juice

Onion juice is commonly used in folk medicine as a remedy for hair loss. It's rich in important vitamins and minerals and is high in sulfur as well. Sulfur is said to help promote circulation, curb inflammation, regenerate hair follicles, and stimulate hair regrowth [18].

However, there is a possibility that onion could trigger contact dermatitis, which is another form of dermatitis that can also lead to itching, flaking, and inflammation [19]. And onion juice isn't the most pleasant-smelling substance to use on your scalp.

6. Dermazen Cleansing Dandruff Shampoo

Say you're looking for something that's not awful-smelling like onion juice, completely safe for Malassezia (unlike coconut oil), and is specifically formulated with dandruff and hair regrowth in mind. Well, the Cleansing Dandruff Shampoo fits the bill perfectly. This shampoo helps reduce flakes, soothe itchiness, and nourish hair follicles. Plus, it is completely Malassezia-safe.

7. Scalp massage (with essential oils)

Some research has shown that daily scalp massages may facilitate an increase in hair thickness by strengthening the cells of hair follicles [20]. To further enhance hair growth, a scalp massage can also be done with essential oils, such as peppermint and rosemary oil.

Apply medium pressure onto your scalp with your fingertips to perform a scalp massage. Go in circular motions and work your way around your entire scalp.

You may also wish to enlist the help of a scalp scrubber or massager. This tool can help prevent product buildup in your hair, apply the topical treatment deeper into the roots and scalp, and facilitate better blood flow.

8. Microneedling or dermarolling

Microneedling is a cosmetic procedure that involves pricking the skin with tiny, sterilized needles to cause micro-injuries to the skin. Meanwhile, dermarolling is an at-home treatment that uses a similar concept.

Research suggests that microneedling and dermarolling may help activate stem cells in the hair bulge area and enhance the expression of hair-related genes [21]. That may sound a little complicated. But in short, microneedling and dermarolling could help stimulate hair growth.

Microneedling may be the better option over dermarolling. This is because the procedure will be conducted by professionals at a salon or spa setting, while dermarolling is, well, left completely in your own hands. You'll need to know the right settings, needles, and methods to use for the procedure to be safe and effective. If not, it's best to leave it to the experts.

9. Red light therapy (laser treatment)

Red light treatment is a therapeutic technique that utilizes low-wavelength red light. It may help promote hair growth by improving circulation and stimulating hair follicles [22]. There are tons of miracle hair growth gimmicks out there, but it's a little hard to determine if red-light therapy is one of them. Ultimately, it appears to work for some people but not for others.

10. Inversion method

The inversion method is one of the latest hair growth crazes that has spread across the Internet. As per its name, this technique involves inverting yourself or your head to promote blood flow towards your scalp. Unfortunately, there is no scientific evidence backing up the efficacy of this method, so you may not see significant improvements with this hair growth tip.

11. Rubbing your fingernails together

Some people have claimed that rubbing identical fingernails together with equal force for 10-20 minutes daily can make your hair grow thicker and faster. Well, this technique has its own share of supporters and critics. But then again, no research studies have been conducted as of yet to substantiate these claims.

With hair loss treatments, patience (and consistency) is the name of the game. Essentially, there's no overnight cure for hair loss, and these natural topical treatments may not be suitable for more severe cases of hair loss. And in such circumstances, it's definitely best to take things to your healthcare provider, who may recommend medications, such as minoxidil, for hair loss.

Final Note

All of these natural methods have the potential to restore and nourish your hair follicles. Hair growth is usually a slow process, so stay patient and continue to practice loving self-acceptance along the way.