Your hair is your crowning glory! Hair thickness, length and shine have a lot to do with how you treat your mane, but they’re also a reflection of scalp health, which is often ignored and sidelined! But help is at hand, and often the best things to do are also the easiest! You can start at home with these common homemade hair care tips.
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Hair care tips
Apply hot oil to hair
Grandma was right about that! Applying warm natural hair oil can work wonders for skin health, hair health, and texture and can also promote overall health. Here are some oils that you should consider including in your diet.
Apply Hot Hair Oil Tips for ultimate hair care routine
Coconut Oil: This ancient drug has stood the test of time! Works on all hair types, is available locally and cheaply. Removes dandruff, soothes hair, repairs split ends and promotes hair growth. It also protects hair from protein loss. For best results, use extra virgin coconut oil.
Argan oil: Argan oil has recently been considered a counter. Extracted from the seeds of the argan tree, which occurs in Morocco, it is full of vitamin E, making it the perfect moisturizer for dry and dull hair and reducing frizz.
Castor oil: Oil extracted from castor seeds has many health benefits, but is especially good for hair health. It is a good moisturizer and helps prevent scalp exfoliation. It also reduces root fragility by providing nutrition and lubrication.
Tip: Choose a natural oil based on your need and hair type and massage well into scalp and hair for optimum hair health.
Use rice water as a shampoo
Homemade Hair Care Tips : Use Rice Water as a Shampoo & Rinse
Ancient but extremely simple Chinese medicine – rice water! This magic potion, which has been used for many centuries as a natural shampoo and detergent, clearly works wonders. After all, women usually start to turn gray when they are almost eighty! Rice water contains many ingredients that have nutritional value for hair. About 16% of them are egg whites, the building blocks that are essential for cell health. Triglycerides and lipids each make up 10% of the water composition of rice, while starch (an extract still used in Japanese cosmetics) is present in 9%. The other components of rice water are carbohydrates, inositol, phytic acid, and inorganic substances. You get this by boiling a standard handful of white rice in two cups of hot water and soaking up the remaining liquid.
Tip: You can use rice water as a shampoo to wash your hair or as a final wash to prevent hair loss and aging.
Eggs contribute to the overall health of the hair
Hair Care Tips at Home: Eggs for Overall Hair Health
An egg mask is probably one of the most effective remedies for healthy hair, and for very good reasons – it is the strongest source of B vitamins necessary for healthy hair! Vitamins B1 (thiamine), B2 (riboflavin) and B5 (pantothenic acid) are good for elasticity, strength, and overall well-being of the hair. Biotin like vitamin B7 is especially needed for hair growth, while folic acid can help prevent premature aging. To prevent this, eggs form a unique topical application. Use dry and white. The herb acts as a moisturizer for dry curls and is also a super food due to many nutrients. In addition, it helps maintain the natural shine of the hair thanks to its hydrating benefits.
Break two eggs and tap the contents well in the bowl. Apply to entire hair and scalp and leave on for ten minutes. Wash well and continue with your usual shampoo and conditioner. Find out how to make these masks.
Tip: Use raw eggs on your hair at least three times a week for strength and shine.
Apply onion juice to hair
Home care tips: Onion juice
Believe it or not, onion juice is full of nutrients and benefits for hair growth and regeneration. Thanks to its antibacterial and antifungal properties, it protects the scalp from infection and also contains silver, which prevents breakage and brittleness of hair. They also contain antioxidants that help prevent hair aging and thus thinning. If you find that the juice has a very fragrant smell, you can add a few drops of lavender or mint essential oil to get rid of it.
Tip: Squeeze the juice from the three onions and apply to the skin and hair to replenish sulfur and protein levels. Let stand for five minutes and then play.
So which one is already in your hair care routine? Don’t forget to share with us in the comments!