Do you ever just stand in front of the mirror and stare at your front hairline just to be sure it isn’t receding?

I used to have really full, long but soft black hair when I was in my early teens up until I got to senior secondary school. I guess mine was as a result of improper hair care; I mean I was in the boarding house and didn’t know so much about my hair type.

First of all, I noticed my middle hair began to look shorter than usual, then my hair followed suit and before I could even complain to my parents, my front hair was crying out for help ( I mean every single strand of hair on my scalp began to cry for help).

I wasn’t even going to attempt cutting my hair, so I had no other option than to buy hair chemicals and treatments to grow my front hair. The truth is every treatment I got weren’t giving me the supposed result I wanted and not until I switched to using natural remedies before my hair started taking its full shape.

Receding hairline or full frontal baldness is a condition that is common not just to men, but women too! And the reason behind it can be anything varying from genetics, improper hair care or a medical condition called alopecia.

Below are some herbal remedies that would help you grow your front hairline:


Peel Aloe Vera to make its gel visible then massage gel into affected hair parts leave for 30 minutes before rinsing off with a little conditioner.


Onion is rich in sulfur and can be used to grow new hair follicles. Peel, dice and mince onion to extract its juice. Massage the onion juice on the receding hairline and scalp. Leave it on for an hour. Rinse it clean with a mild shampoo.

Black Pepper

Black pepper is known to stimulate blood flow, which automatically promotes new hair follicle growth. Grind a few peppercorns into a smooth paste and add few drops of lemon juice in it. Apply it to the balding spot then wait till it dries before rinsing.


Curry Leaves

Its rich in amino acids, so it not only reduces hair loss but also stimulates hair growth and make hair strands appear darker. Put a handful of curry leaves out in the sun to dry. Grind it into a fine powder then mix with castor oil, whip it into a smooth paste. Apply the mask onto your scalp. Let the hair growth mask stay for an hour, then rinse it off with a mild clarifying shampoo.

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