Many people feel annoyed using different ingredients on hair! Whatsoever these natural ingredients function as herbs which are useful and can prevent dullness, frizz or even damages. Hair remedy products available on the market may work well, but a lot of girls do not prefer those fearing side effects. In fact, many fruits or ingredients rests on your shelves, has the nutrition required for your hair. Trust me you are not the only person disgusted to put strange food items on hair. But you can use these products without fearing any side effects whatsoever. So after a summer of sunning and swimming, give your locks a little TLC with a homemade hair treatment.
Homemade Hair Treatments
Here are 10 tips for easy DIY hair masks made with simple ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen.
Avocado is among the most reputed foods known for its remedial capacity. It’s, in fact, great for hair. Its oils and proteins can be used for smoothening and moisturizing locks. Create a mix of mashed up avocado and add a few drops of peppermint oil. Shampoo your hair, dry hair and apply the mask. Keep it for 15 minutes and then rinse well. Your hair will become super soft. You won’t feel grease or flatness. If you want to enhance miniaturization add 1-2 tablespoons of oil or yogurt. Feel the magic!
Wonder that coconut oil does to the hair will never cease! This heavy oil penetrates deep into the hair shaft, nourishes hair like nothing else! You have thin or fine hair take a tablespoon of coconut oil and apply to the end after shampoo. If the oil is solid, liquidate using heat. It works great for dry hair. You can use it before shampoo also. Apply the oil, keep it for 1-2 hours. Use shampoo. Feel prouder!
Banana + Olive Oil
Banana is awesome for your hair! Create a mixture of a banana with 1 tablespoon of olive oil and mash smash it to make a smoothie like texture. Then apply into your hair and scalp. Leave the mixture for 30 minutes or so then rinse properly and shampoo.
Pumpkin + Honey
Pumpkin leftover is another great thing to use on your hair. Pumpkins indeed have lots of amazing benefits – they contain nutritions like beta-carotene, potassium, and zinc. Mix 1-2 tablespoons of honey with one cup of pumpkin peal and apply onto your hair and scalp. You need to wrap your hair with shower cap to keep the mask in action. Let be there for 15 minutes and then rinse. You can use it on your face too!