Hair loss occurs for many different reasons, and not all are associated with aging. Fortunately, there are a variety of ways that you can avoid excessive hair loss without having to resort to expensive products and prescriptions.
If you are already eating a balanced diet of vegetables and protein-rich foods, an additional way to stop hair loss naturally is to take supplements such as Vitamin A or Saw Palmetto. You can also try a mask for avocado hair or massage your scalp with essential oils like lavender oil or peppermint oil. Make sure to use a sulfate-free shampoo and try to wash your hair every other day to maintain healthy hair. Tips on what to avoid when fighting hair loss, such as avoiding heat or sleeping on satin, keep reading!
Use of topical treatments at home
1. Use essential oils in combination with a scalp massage. The massage promotes good circulation in the scalp and increases blood flow to the follicles. Massage your scalp daily for a few minutes by hand. To improve the message, use a few drops of essential oil of lavender, rosemary, thyme, peppermint or cedar in a base of almond, coconut, jojoba, grape seed or oil sesame on your scalp.
2. Use egg oil (eyova). Although it is not scientifically proven that this helps, many think that egg oil can prevent hair loss. It can also help to graying, dandruff and moisturize your hair. Massage the oil into the scalp and leave it all night. 
Shampoo in the morning with a sulfate-free shampoo that is soft and gentle. Use the shampoo once to remove the natural lipids from the hair, leaving them dry and brittle.
People generally claim to see results when using egg oil 2-3 times a week for at least 12 weeks. However, you may need to use it less frequently if you have protein-sensitive hair.
Egg oil (eyova) is a practical alternative to egg yolk masks and does not smell like raw egg yolks. There is no risk for salmonella that could cause you an infection.
You can make oil at home  or buy online.
If you make your own egg oil, there is a risk of Salmonella contamination. Be sure to wash your hands and work area.
3. Restore moisture with hot oil treatments. When applied to hair, warm oil can hydrate and stimulate growth. You can use any natural oil, including safflower and rapeseed or olive oil.
Heat the oil to keep it warm, but not too hot. The ideal temperature is not more than 40 degrees Celsius (104 degrees Fahrenheit). Then massage the oil into your scalp.
Put on a shower cap for about 30 minutes. When the time is up, shampoo the oil.
Mayonnaise can also work as a conditioner. Sculpt your hair with a generous stain, put on a shower cap for an hour, then rinse.
4. Rub Rhagoli Henna in your hair. Although it has not been scientifically proven to work, many rangoli use henna for health and strength of hair. It is a green powder that seals the hair cuticle that strengthens the hair shaft at the root. 
Henna is considered safe for most people on the skin and hair, but some people have reactions to it. If you have a reaction, stop using it and consult your doctor if necessary.
Do not use darker henna because they are not usually natural and contain a chemical called p-phenylenediamine (PPD).
5. Rub the green tea into your hair. Green tea has not been scientifically proven scientifically to effectively treat hair loss, but some studies have been done and the results suggest that it could be a promising treatment option. Green tea contains antioxidants that prevent hair loss and can also help hair growth. 
Prepare 2 bags of green tea in 1 cup of water. Let the tea cool slightly and apply it to your hair.
Let the tea draw for 1 hour. Then rinse your hair thoroughly.