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DIY Hair Remedies From The Kitchen

20th January 2019 DIY Hair Remedies From The Kitchen

Hair plays a vital role in making us look presentable. We cut it stylishly using najlepsza prostownica or curling irons, add serum to tame those stubborn strands, and dye it just to keep up with the trend. What we are unaware of is that too much beautifying of the hair can be bad due to the exposure of heat and harsh chemicals. While weather condition can affect the quality of the hair, using heat or chemicals can hasten its breakage.

Going to salons and trying out products that claim to keep hair healthy can be expensive, hassle, and even risky since there are certain chemicals, which your hair and skin would react to. Instead of spending on expensive items, you can start using hair remedies from the kitchen that can help your hair keep its shine and strength. Here are some of the kitchen products you can utilize to remedy your hair:

Apple Cider Vinegar

Interestingly, apple cider is oftentimes used for skincare and hair care. It is mainly used to eradicate dandruff caused by bacteria. It also helps make your hair shinier.

Apply apple cider to your hair and gently massage it on your scalp. After, wrap your head with a shower cap or plastic for half an hour, and then use shampoo and rinse.

Coconut Oil

Coconut oil also plays an important role in saving your hair from damage. It is primarily used in adding shine to your hair. With this natural oil, you won’t have to worry about your unruly hair anymore.

Just add a dab of it onto your hair, dodging the roots since it might make your hair greasy.

Beer

You might find this hard to believe, but beer is actually beneficial for the hair. Intriguingly, rinsing your hair with beer can bring shine to your hair. Now that you’re aware of this, you might want to surrender your drinking session and apply a can of beer on your hair instead.

Put beer on your hair and leave it for hours or even overnight to get the best results. Make sure to apply shampoo and conditioner to get rid of the smell.

Mayonnaise

Apart from it being placed in sandwiches and salads, mayonnaise is also often used as a hair mask. You may not be aware of this, but mayonnaise actually helps hydrate the hair and keep it soft.

Add a spoonful (or depending on your hair length) of mayonnaise onto your hair and leave it there for an hour before rinsing it.

Green Tea

After drinking your tea, you should save those used tea bags for your hair. With an abundance of antioxidants present in green tea, it would surely help strengthen your hair.

Warm used green tea bag and gently massage it on your scalp. Leave it for an hour, and then rinse afterward.

There are actually several kitchen remedies available for you to try. They are great alternatives to hair serums as they can help you spend less and save money.