Thick lustrous hair is indicative of great health. They are also the first indicators to show signs of stress, fatigue, deficiencies etc by thinning out, split ends, dandruffs etc when we slack out on our lifestyle and habits.
But then, sometimes, it is either a medical condition or hereditary related cause for your hair-worries.
Whatever be the cause, should you experience hair-raising concerns, these home remedies should put your mind at ease, and take care of the problem at hand.
Castor oil and coconut oil is good for hair and promotes hair growth. Take equal quantities of both and massage the scalp, and apply to the hair strands. Leave the oil for about 2 hours or leave it overnight and wash it thoroughly with a good shampoo and conditioner to get a good shine and silky hair.
Following this routine twice a month will promote a very healthy hair growth.
Castor oil, Coconut oil, Almond oil and Vitamin E
Mix equal quantities of Castor oil, coconut oil, Almond oil and oil from a Vitamin E capsule into a bowl and massage it onto your hair. Leave this mask overnight and rinse it with a good shampoo and conditioner in the morning to get a very glossy, healthy hair.
Follow this routine once or twice a week to see the results.
Mix 2 tbsp of olive oil with 2 egg yolks in a bowl with half a cup of water and massage into scalp and leave it for 15-20 mins. Wash it thoroughly with a good shampoo and conditioner.
Tip: Wash in COLD Water. Using warm or hot water to wash off the eggs can cause your hair to smell (like an omelette).
Repeat this treatment twice a month regularly to see the benefits.
Take a cup of dried hibiscus petals and boil it with coconut oil and apply and massage it onto scalp and leave it overnight. Use a good shampoo and conditioner the following day.
Repeat this treatment once a week to see a healthy hair growth.
Take about 1 tablespoonful of almond oil and massage into the scalp for 15 mins. Rinse it thoroughly with warm water using a good shampoo.
Repeat this once a week to see good results.
Mix 1 egg with henna to make a paste and then add half a cup of lemon juice & 1 cup water to this; apply this paste to hair and leave it on the hair for about 2 hours. Use a good shampoo and wash your hair with cold water.
The hair mask can be left on the hair over night, and washed the next morning as well
You can do this once a month initially and then restrict to once every two months
So next time when you think of getting a hair spa or a conditioner massage, you don’t need to spend a fortune in salons. All you can do is try out these homemade masks and flaunt the natural beauty of your hair (Of course for free!!!)