As you know from my previous posts, Follow Me Friday! I Hate My Natural Hair! and Onion Juice Treatment Recipes for Hair Loss, I have little to no hair on the edges above my temples. Which prevents my hair from laying down in the front. So, I’ve stumbled onto the Onion Juice Hair Treatment, did some research, and found that the sulfur/sulphur in the onions are really good for hair growth.
I’ve finally gotten around to creating the onion juice recipe and I wanted to share with you how I made it, my application process, and the progress my hair makes with the treatment. 🙂
Quick Note: I’ve made a small batch so I only used half an onion. But, you can use as much onion as you want in your recipe.
Anyways, I hope you enjoy!!!
- 1 Onion
- A Cheese Cloth or Knee-High Stockings and Scissors
- A Blender or Bullet
- A Knife
- An Applicator Bottle
Step One: Cut your onion into blend-able pieces.
Step Two: Place your onion pieces in your bullet or blender. Then pour a small amount of water into the bullet to make the blending process easier.
Step Three: Blend your onion to a smooth and liquid consistency.
Step Four: Pour your onion mixture in your cheese cloth to strain.
I suggest you do it in small amounts so the straining process becomes easier.
Step Five: Squeeze the juice out of the sack.
Step Six: Once you get all the juice out of the sack throw away the fibrous portion of your mixture and wash off your cheese cloth.
Step Seven: Strain your onion juice mixture through the freshly washed cheese cloth again.
This step is to get any extra onion chunks/fibers out of your mixture.
Step Eight: Pour your fresh onion juice mixture into your applicator bottle.
And now you’re finished!!!! Yay!!!
I hope you enjoy and I hope this helped! If you would like to see how I applied this mixture please go to My Onion Juice Application, Rinse, and Style.
Also, if you have any questions or comments leave them below or message me here.