Easy, Simple, All Natural Hair Care

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Usually, when people hear about hair care and treatment, the first thing they think about is expensive chemicals and cosmetics. That doesn’t have to be the case, though, whether you have money to spend or not. It’s completely possible to make your hair look great through nothing but pure, natural hair care. In fact, if you don’t have a lot of money to spend, you don’t have to worry… most of these natural hair remedies are affordable.

Egg

Apart from fortifying your nutrition, eggs have immense healthy proteins and fats great for treating your hair naturally. For dry hair, the egg yolks are what’s best, while oil prone hair should stick to egg whites. You can mix about half a cup of the egg white or egg yolk, depending on your choice and slather it on your damp hair while still unwashed. The most important thing is ensuring the egg remains in your hair for about twenty minutes. You can then use cool water to rinse the egg and clean your hair normally.

Baking soda

If you have used shampoos and hairsprays before, you might have realized an ugly and untidy residue usually remains behind. In turn, your hair might be feeling untidy and weighed down. Some baking soda can be used to rinse the hair and remove that unwanted residue. Measure two tablespoons of baking powder and mix with half a cup of water. The mixture can then be massaged into your hair, moving from the scalp towards the ends. Allow the mixture to remain on your hair for fifteen minutes before rinsing and tidying your hair normally. For great results, baking soda treatment can be practiced twice every thirty days anytime your hair requires some additional cleaning.

Argan Oil or Keratin treatment

This oil, from a Moroccan tree, is the perfect treatment for adding an extra shine to your hair and enhances compatibility with other hair products. Argan oil lacks reparative properties but improves the appearance of the hair. For women who have never used color treatment or other hair chemicals, Argan oil is a good choice. It’s best for women with healthy hair in need of a safe, natural product to use.

On the other hand, Keratin is ideal for those dry, brittle and parched tresses or damaged hair. Keratin has a healing effect on hair strands and works to repair it from within. It helps in hair growth, and in rebuilding the structure of the hair to make it durable, substantial, shinier and stronger.

Aromatherapy massaging oils

To give your hair a thorough conditioning, look for the massaging aromatherapy oils. Lavender oil is great for relaxation purposes, while tea tree and rosemary oil are choice remedies for fighting fungus and infection.

Getting Frizzy Hair Under Control Naturally

Is your hair frizzy? You can use natural remedies to care for it. Mix a whole egg with four tablespoons of natural yogurt without additives and food color. Shampoo your hair and rinse it thoroughly. Apply the mixture on your hair while massaging it methodically towards the hair tips from the roots. Let the mixture remain on your hair for about ten minutes; rinse the concoction with cool water after that.

Veronica Davis

  • Melissa

    What about coconut oil?

    • Veronica

      Indeed! It does appear to be really good for you hair. I haven't looked into coconut oil extensively, but this might help…

      "The findings clearly indicate the strong impact that coconut oil application has to hair as compared to application of both sunflower and mineral oils. Among three oils, coconut oil was the only oil found to reduce the protein loss remarkably for both undamaged and damaged hair when used as a pre-wash and post-wash grooming product. Both sunflower and mineral oils do not help at all in reducing the protein loss from hair."
      http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12715094

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