There is no shortage of hair care remedies out there. The hair care aisles of most pharmacies and grocery stores have a number of different treatments to pick from, many of which are designed to make your hair as nice as it possibly can be. But did you know that you can create your own remedies from items that are in your kitchen? These all natural remedies work just as well as the store bought ones, and in some cases, work even better. Here are some suggestions to get your started, courtesy of http://chtc.ca/index.html.
Make An Egg Mask
You’ve probably heard that eggs are good for your hair. However, you don’t want to just crack an egg over your head and rub it into your hair. Since eggs contain a number of vital nutrients, including iodine, zinc, protein, and sulphur, all of which can make your hair grow in thicker, these masks have a high rate of success. Here’s how to make one: take a single raw egg and then start by separating the yolk from the white. Mix the egg white with honey and olive oil, a single teaspoon of each. Beat it, as if you were making scrambled eggs, until it becomes a paste. Apply the paste to your hair (from the root to the tips) and then wait 20 minutes. After that point, shampoo the paste out and style as usual.
Get Rid Of Dandruff with Licorice Root
Licorice root serves two main purposes here. It can get rid of any dandruff or dry flakes, while at the same time, it prevents damage and hair loss. It really can soothe the scalp. Make your licorice root mask by combining a quarter teaspoon of saffron, a cup of milk, and a tablespoon of ground licorice in a bowl. Mix it well. Once the paste has formed, apply it your scalp and allow it to dry overnight. Wash your hair as usual the next morning. If you repeat this process twice a week, your hair will be much healthier.
Create Your Own Coconut Milk Treatment
Coconut milk contains a number of important fats, as well as protein. It will stop hair loss, while promoting growth at the same time. Rather than use coconut milk from the store, make your own. Open up a medium sized coconut and grate the meat. Then place it in a pan and allow it to simmer for five minutes. After that, strain the coconut milk and let it cool down. Once it’s cooled, mix in a tablespoon of fenugreek seeds and a tablespoon of crushed black pepper. Apply this mixture to your scalp and let it sink in for 20 minutes before shampooing.
These handy treatments, listed here courtesy of http://chtc.ca/index.html can make your hair healthier. Instead of using a chemical-laden treatment from the store, you can easily create your own from items that you already have in your kitchen. They only take a few minutes to create, and your hair will thank you.