5 natural ingredients that give hair shine and beauty
Dry and lifeless hair is not just an aesthetic problem. It can be an indicator of a transient condition that can be successfully addressed with regenerative treatments and home-made ingredients / recipes. If the problem of increased hair loss, dandruff, dryness and lifeless hair continues, you should seek advice and help from a doctor / pharmacist.
Dry hair is the result of separate or combined actions of several factors.
- Excessive washing of hair with aggressive shampoos
- Frequent hair color changes and frequent application of hair dyes
- Frequent use of hair care products (hairspray, bleach, gel and similar preparations).
- Inadequate nutrition (foods rich in omega 3 fatty acids and green leafy vegetables are useful because they contain potassium and iron).
Olive oil (or coconut oil or jojoba oil) -slightly heat the olive oil. Rub thoroughly into the scalp with light massaging movements for ten minutes. Wrap your hair in a towel. Leave the treatment on for a few hours. Then wash your hair with a mild shampoo. These oils contain vitamin E and are rich in antioxidants.
Nettle-extract of medicinal nettle can be bought in pharmacies and health food stores. Add the extracts to shampoo or hair conditioner. Nettle has a beneficial effect on hair health and scalp appearance.
Beer-half a cup of beer soaked in a piece of cotton wool apply by light tapping on damp hair. Allow to dry naturally. This is a nourishing treatment for damaged hair.
Avocado and banana – mix two tablespoons of crushed avocado with half a banana, one tablespoon of honey and one tablespoon of sesame oil. Apply the homogeneous mass with gentle movements on the hair from the roots to the top of the hair. Cover your hair with a plastic bag. Leave for half an hour for the treatment to work. Then rinse your hair with warm water.
Eggs and honey help the hair to regain lost moisture and shine. Mix one tablespoon of honey with two tablespoons of olive oil and two eggs. Apply the mixture on washed and damp hair. Cover with a plastic bag. After half an hour, rinse the couscous with colder water (because overheated water can cause coagulation of egg protein). Then wash your hair with a mild shampoo. Repeat the treatment once or twice a week. The hair will become silky in texture.