Natural Hair Nourishment

by Shaun Damon


What most people don't realize is that chemicals and heat have an extremely detrimental effect on the hair. They leave the hair rough, brittle as well as damaged. The first step you have to take is to steer clear of any more damaging routines like blow drying or coloring your tresses. Then you have to find a gentle shampoo along with a suitable conditioner which works for your locks. Handle your hair like you would handle anything that has been subject to damage - with utmost care. This means saying no to excessive brushing and further straightening. You need to be exceptionally gentle while combing and toweling your rough locks. Don't tug at them because they're already very brittle and can shatter with pressure. The problem is that you should have been extra careful with your hair since last year itself. In any case, you can always start treating your hair right from today.

Hair nourishment has as much to do with inner nutrition as outer nutrition. This means that you have to get your diet in order. Incorporate all varieties of fruits and vegetables. With regards to the latter, the green leafy types are the best. Inner health reflects itself in lustrous locks. Remember that you need to stay away from other damaging activities like swimming, perms or any hair treatment that involves chemicals or heat application. Eggs are great because they are nourishing and contain protein. You can directly apply an egg to their hair. Avocados too are very nourishing for you. You can mix this with some overripe banana and apply. Don't wash off for about 60 minutes. Similarly, mayonnaise, that is the full-fat version, can be great for those tresses. For conditioning your hair, you could opt for a combination of hot olive oil mixed with some honey. A lot of people have great faith in coconut oil above all. Overnight treatment usually has the best results. You can use some kind of shower cap to keep the oil from spreading. As far as herbal remedies go, for damaged hair, tea tree oil as maximum benefits. To get back that luster, beer can help you. To be more specific, you can use it as a rinse to get back that bounce and shine. Flat beer seems to work best for the hair. Even vinegar has been used as a rinse to recover that life and shine. Follow these tips and you should be on your way to soft, shiny hair.


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