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Can Onions Really Help Hair Loss?

onion hair loss remedyThe humble onion has been touted as a multi-tasking vegetable for many years, and is recommended as a means to keep your roses free of insects, for soothing bee stings, and for cleaning rusty cutlery…the list goes on, not to mention the fact that they’re the key component to meals around the world!

Onions are also being touted as a means to prevent baldness, and whilst they are just one of many supposed natural solutions to male pattern balding, we thought it might be worth taking a look at exactly how and why people are using them for their hair loss as well as in their stir-frys.

 Not Just Destined For Your Hot Dog

The reasoning behind the use of onion as a hair loss treatment is down to the fact that the eye-stinging vegetable is rich in sulphur, which may increase blood circulation and therefore the amount of nutrients and minerals needed for hair growth that can reach the scalp follicles.

In actuality, the sulphur in onions may maintain blood pressure and also make cells more permeable, but this is not quite the same as locally stimulating the blood supply. After scouring the web, there doesn’t seem to be much evidence in support of applying onion directly to the scalp to help your hair, though ensuring it’s included in your diet certainly won’t hurt.

If you’re after a more reliable form of hair loss treatment, a clinically proven hair loss treatment programme from the Belgravia Centre contains medications for hair loss that have been licensed by  the MHRA and approved by the FDA, the medical regulatory bodies in the UK and US respectively.

A Less Eye-Watering Option

The first of these medications, Propecia, is taken daily in tablet form, and works by blocking the androgen DHT, which attacks scalp follicles atop the head in those genetically predisposed to balding. Blocking DHT gives the follicles the chance to recover and begin producing stronger hair once more, providing that they have not ceased to produce hair altogether.

The second proven medication, minoxidil, is applied twice daily to the scalp, and whilst we don’t know exactly how it works, it appears to stimulate follicles to produce healthier, stronger hair, even in cases of extreme thinning. Even if you’ve tried weaker, over the counter solutions of hair loss treatments to no avail, our high strength minoxidil cream has shown remarkable results in terms of regrowth for an advanced receding hairline.

Medication is a crucial part of a hair loss programme, but there are many other approaches with which it can be combined to ensure that not only is hair grown back, but that this regrowth is healthy, and growing at the fastest speed possible. Treatment boosters from the LaserComb – which is FDA to promote hair growth and treat hair loss – to relaxing and stimulating clinical treatment therapy at our Central London clinics, also ensure that your regrowth is kept in its optimum condition.

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The Belgravia Centre is the leader in hair loss treatment in the UK, with two clinics based in Central London. We offer clinically proven treatments for hair loss, as part of comprehensive treatment programmes offered by our hair loss specialists. Our in-house pharmacies produce high-strength medications for hair loss that contain medically proven ingredients and are available at no other clinic worldwide. Treatment programmes are available by visiting the centres or for home-use, anywhere in the UK or the rest of the world. View our hair loss success stories, which are the largest collection of such success stories in the world and demonstrate the levels of hair regrowth that so many of Belgravia’s patients achieve. You can also phone 0800 077 6666 for our hair loss helpline or to arrange a free consultation.

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