2 EASY AT-HOME TRICKS TO MOISTURIZE YOUR HAIR

2 EASY AT-HOME TRICKS TO MOISTURIZE YOUR HAIR

The use of hair products is a part of any well-groomed regime. Hair products help individualize your personal style, but how are these chemicals affecting the health of your strands? Basically, hair products tend to dry out your hair. The more you strip your hair of its natural oils, the more broken your hair becomes.

Don’t settle for scraggly ends and a scaly scalp!

Instead, check out these 2 simple and inexpensive at-home remedies and watch as the health of your hair improves immediately:

Before performing any of these hair treatments, be sure your hair is washed. Apply each moisturizing solution while your hair is still damp to help them stick. For the best results, use either a shower cap or saran wrap to top off each treatment. Let the treatments set for 20 to 30 minutes. To avoid any accidental spillage on your body, cover up your shoulders with a towel. Keep a timer nearby to track the duration of each treatment. Wash each treatment out with shampoo, and follow through with your favorite conditioner. Do these treatments 1 to 2 times a month.

1. MAYONNAISE
Grab a container of full-fat mayonnaise. Scoop up as much as you need to cover all your hair. Massage the mayonnaise into your scalp. Mayonnaise softens your hair because it is chock-full of protein from eggs. Plus, mayonnaise contains oil and vinegar, which are certain sources for true, lasting hair repair.

2. ALOE VERA
Aloe Vera strengthens your hair by alleviating scalp dryness and irritation. Let out your hair’s inherent luster in no time! Mix 5 tablespoons of Aloe Vera with 3 tablespoons of olive oil. Massage the solution into your scalp and run it through your strands, paying special attention to the ends of your hair.
 

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