Damaged Hair Repair Products Easy To Make

By Della Monroe


It is not a gender specific desire to want to look our best. Sometimes that means we alter ourselves with the easiest being our hair. We dye it and fry it with chemicals, irons, and dryers. Sadly, we are often left with a head full of split or frizzy strands. Well, dry your tears, because there is help ahead and it is not going to cost you a lot of money. In this day and age of natural living, except for our tresses of course, there are easy and successful do it yourself damaged hair repair products. Let me tell you about a few.

Olive oil is something most people have in their home already for cooking. What they may not have known is that it is full of emollients that have a softening quality. The same stuff that beauty aide companies use in their shampoos and conditioners.

How this works is, when your locks get wet, the water penetrates them, which will cause the shaft or cuticle to rise and allow breakage and damage. Both olive and coconut oil are full of fatty acids, beneficial to your mane. You would simply massage one or both onto your scalp and let it sit for an hour.

To apply olive oil, just warm up about half a cup then massage it on the scalp and let it sit for about thirty minutes. After that you can shampoo it out. You do the same with coconut oil, then massage it directly onto the scalp and through your hair. Leave it on for at least an hour or overnight. Shampoo and rinse out.

Another really good kitchen item to use is mayonnaise. Two of the ingredients used to make it are a usually olive oil and eggs. The eggs will have lots of protein, which is great for preventing breaks while encouraging new growth and strengthening the weaker strands.

Eggs are protein that strengthens and thickens while keeping the natural oils in your hair intact. Combine five Tablespoons of mayonnaise plus two raw eggs, using your hand to mix. Be careful and not let the mixture turn into liquid, you want it to resemble a paste. Apply, wait at least thirty minutes then shampoo.

So, how did you get such a hot mess to begin with? Many grooming techniques are actually the cause for the damage. Rubbing shampoo the length of your locks, toweling dry by rubbing it, and brushing it while still wet are also harmful. Also the obvious but needs to be repeated are using the high setting when using a curling iron, hot comb, or blow dryer.

Others habits we could incorporate that would be helpful are to apply some type of sunscreen when laying in the sun or at the very least put on a hat.Shampoo just the scalp then letting the rest rinse down the length of our tresses is much better than rubbing all of our mane. Always use a deep conditioner at least every two to three weeks.




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