Eggs, yogurt and honey are, at first sight, all the ingredients of a tasty and energetic breakfast, but they can become, if necessary, also the excellent ingredients for the treatment of our hair: natural, convenient and without contraindications!
Although some advice on how to make the hair more beautiful and strong we had already given it with our DIY natural remedies for small problems of beauty, this time we propose the 8 natural treatments that you can do yourself, staying comfortably at home, dedicated to the care of the hair, normal, fat or dry that are.
1) For all hair types
Certainly it will not be easy to bear the smell but to make an egg-based pack on the hair, once a month, not only make them more hydrated thanks to the proteins and fats contained in the yolk but also stronger and less fat thanks to the antibacterial properties of the album.
For normal hair: whole egg
For oily hair: albumen
For brittle and dry hair: yolk
Prepare a mixture to apply on your hair using more than one egg depending on the length. Apply the mixture to damp hair and let it act for about 30 minutes wrapping the head with a towel.
Rinse with abundant lukewarm water and proceed with the normal shampoo or better with the 6 natural alternatives to the shampoo.
The treatment with a whole egg or with the yolk can be done once a month, while with the only Albume also every two weeks.
2) For opaque hair
Yogurt and cream
How many times after a day spent in full city traffic have you returned home accorgendovi that your hair was more dull and dull than usual? Already! In fact the hair can collect the microdusts present in the air that make them long go hair and off.
A solution to give it freshness and luminosity is to use dairy products such as cream or yogurt that I can help solve this problem thanks to the lactic acid that they contain, by recompacting the scales of the hair, gently washing the dirt and simultaneously hydrating thanks to the fats contained in the dairy products.
Massage your hair with a mixture (enough also 1/2 cup) of sour cream or white yogurt on damp hair and let it sit for at least 30 minutes. Rinse with hot water following a cold water jet. Then proceed with the shampoo.
3) For that annoying itching of the scalp
Lemon juice, olive oil, vinegar
To eliminate dandruff, and the itching that follows, often caused by poor nutrition, stress but also by the climate, there is nothing better for our hair than the lemon juice or olive oil. In fact, the acidity in lemon juice helps to free the scalp from the dry scales while the olive oil helps to moisturize it.
Stir 2 tablespoons of fresh lemon juice, 2 tablespoons of oil and 2 tablespoons of water. Massage the moist scalp. Leave in place for 30 minutes, then rinse the hair with shampoo.
Alternatively, you could use vinegar (better if apple) mixing with lukewarm water and it with light massages on the scalp.
Treatment can be applied every two weeks.
4) For hair.. Unmanageable and tired
Hair without shape, that you can’t manage? Here comes the help of the Blonde for excellence: Beer! In fact, the light drink, fermented, contains generous amounts of yeast that helps to give tone to the hair.
Mix 1/2 cup of light beer with 1 teaspoon of lightweight oil (better than sunflower) and a raw egg. Apply to damp hair and let stand for 20 minutes. Rinse with cold water and shampoo.
Another solution is to spray beer on dry hair. Evaporated the beer, on the hair will continue to act the properties of wheat, malt and hops that make them particularly strong.
Both treatments can be applied every two weeks.
5) for dry hair, hair or damaged by the sun
Honey, olive oil
Whatever the cause of the dehydration of your hair, which made them dry and fragile (the water too hard, the overexposure to the sun, the plate or the too many shades), Ilmiele with its emollient properties, moisturizers and Seboregolatorie, it runs in the help.
Prepare a mixture with 2 tablespoons of honey, melted in a little water or 2 tablespoons of oil to make the application easier, and use it over the length of the wet hair (increase the doses in the case of particularly long hair).
Leave in place for 30 minutes, then rinse with lukewarm water and proceed with normal washing.
Alternatively, mix olive oil and almond oil with an egg yolk, and distribute the cream obtained on dry hair, leaving it in place for a quarter of an hour before proceeding with the shampoo.
While for very damaged hair from the sun, mix 2 tablespoons of honey with an egg yolk or with 1 avocado, both very rich in proteins. The compound applied to the hair will help to replenish the keratin attacked by the UV rays.
Treatment can be applied once a month.
6) For oily or greasy hair
Maize flour or starch
If used properly, corn flour but also corn starch can be an excellent natural and economical remedy to remove fat from the scalp.
Pour 1 tablespoon of maize flour or cornstarch into a container with a pinch of salt and pepper apply the mixture to dry hair. Leave in place for 15 minutes and wipe off the mask with a brush.
Treatment can be applied to alternate days.
7) For frizzy hair
Avocado oil is an excellent repairer for hair damaged by the sun but also to regulate frizzy hair appesantendoli and giving it at the same time luminosity thanks to its infinite nutritional properties.
Take half avocado and crush it reducing in a soft mash.
Apply by massaging the mixture on damp hair. Leave in place for 20 minutes and rinse with water and proceed with shampoo.
A useful alternative is to dilute the ½ avocado mash in a bit of sour cream, in an egg yolk or in a tablespoon of mayonnaise.
Treatment can be applied every two weeks.
8) For particularly hair.. Dirty
You are always with the minutes counted and last week you have not been able to wash your hair and now you will find yourself with a hairstyle so dirty that you have to practice more than one shampoo.
Alternatively you could use bicarbonate, in fact this seems like the best natural detergent possible. The only remote is to use it with extreme thrift and not to abuse it. In fact it has been proven that frequent use can ruin the cuticle. Your hair will be silky, soft and obviously bright.
Prepare a mixture with 1 or 2 tablespoons of baking soda, adding small amounts of water until you get a very full-bodied dough.
Massage on damp hair and let it sit for 15 minutes.
Rinse only with lukewarm water.