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Don’t we all wish to grow strong, healthy and thick hair? This is the reason why we are always ready to try out new products reaching the market that promise to make our hair look better. However, these promising products are full of chemicals that tend to have a disastrous effect on our hair in the long run. You can put an end to all your hairy woes, by trying out a homemade natural hair conditioner. Make your hair look lustrous, voluminous and beautiful by applying these homemade natural hair conditioners. The best natural hair conditioner that you can find is an egg. We shall discuss how to condition hair with eggs and get tips that can make our manes naturally beautiful.
How to Use an Egg as Hair Conditioner?
Eggs, as we all know, are a part of a healthy diet. Eggs are rich in proteins and nutrients that make them a good choice as a hair conditioner. This is because the proteins strengthen the hair follicles and the nutrients help give volume, shine and texture to hair. Thus, egg conditioners make hair very soft and manageable. Although stinky, eggs conditioners provide complete nourishment to hair. The following are a few homemade hair conditioner recipes that will help you learn some ways to condition hair with eggs.
Egg Conditioner Recipe # 1
Women who complain of oily hair find that their manes quickly turn lanky. In order to prevent the lank look, all you need to do is beat an egg with half a lemon juice. Now, apply this egg pack on your hair for about an hour. Wash you hair with cool water (do not use hot water) and shampoo as you normally do. You will find the oiliness and the lankiness of hair reduced to a great extent.
Egg Conditioner Recipe # 2
It is very difficult to manage dry hair as it looks dull and has split ends. There is a simple hair conditioner recipe to make dull, dry hair more manageable. All you need to do is beat two eggs that are added with two teaspoons of odorless linseed oil. Use this egg pack to cover your scalp as well as hair. After about an hour rinse off with cool or slightly warm water. Read the rest of this entry »
Hibiscus is a plant that is widely grown for ornamental purposes. These plants that grow like woody shrubs, are mainly found in the tropical regions across the globe, especially in Asian countries like India. You may find numerous hibiscus varieties with showy flowers of different colors and color combinations. Apart from being a popular ornamental plant, hibiscus is also said to have various health benefits. Different parts of this plant are used for both skin and hair care too. It has been suggested that hibiscus can lower high blood pressure as well as cholesterol levels. This article will provide you with information about the use of hibiscus for hair care.
Hibiscus Hair Treatment
Even though most of us are familiar with hibiscus plants, very few are aware of their use for hair care. In fact, the plant has been highly valued in India and certain other Asian countries for its uses in hair and skin care. It is an important herb used in various ayurvedic hair treatment products. You may find hibiscus extracts in many of the herbal hair care products like oils, shampoos, conditioners, etc. If you are interested in knowing more about the use of hibiscus for hair care, then continue reading this article.
Benefits of Hibiscus for Hair and Skin
As mentioned above, hibiscus is a plant that is used for natural beauty care. Even though, there are numerous types of hibiscus plants, the variety with red flowers (Hibiscus rosa-sinensis) is mainly used for hair and skin care. Even the plain white hibiscus flowers are sometimes used for these purposes. Hibiscus is claimed to be effective in curbing hair fall and dandruff. According to some, hibiscus is also effective in boosting hair growth. It is also used as a remedy for premature graying and split ends. Application of ground hibiscus leaves and flowers is believed to be beneficial for the scalp, as it has cooling and soothing properties. This herb is also found to be a good conditioner and moisturizer for hair. It can make the hair soft, supple and shiny. As far as skin care is concerned, hibiscus is believed to treat acne, suntan and dark circles. It is also used for improving complexion, skin tightening and for preventing wrinkles. Read the rest of this entry »