If your hair is dry and brittle, it will most likely need a little hydration. The scalp produces natural oils, but sometimes these oils are affected by all the chemicals in hair products such as dyes and dyes, and by the environment, especially by sun exposure.
You don’t need to spend a lot of money on professional hair treatments or even expensive products. Create your own treatments with natural products to hydrate your hair at an affordable price.
Hot oil treatment
Mix two tablespoons of jojoba oil and 1 teaspoon of soybean oil in a small saucepan. Bring this mixture on low heat for a minute or two, until the oil is warm.
Wet the hair with the hot oil mixture. Start from the roots to the ends, until each hair is lightly covered.
Dampen a bath towel with hot water. The towel should be damp and not wet. Wrap the hair in the towel.
Wait 20 minutes, then rinse to remove the mixture and wash your hair as usual.
Wash your hair as usual and let it dry naturally only until it is slightly damp.
Then apply half a cup of honey to your hair and massage gently until everything is completely covered.
Wait about 20 minutes for the honey to really penetrate your hair. Rinse the honey with warm water, then shampoo again as usual.
Peel an avocado and remove the seed. Place half of the avocado meat in a bowl.
Add a cup of mayonnaise. Don’t use low-fat or fat-free mayonnaise – remember that mayonnaise oil is better for your hair than your hips.
Mix the mayonnaise and avocado perfectly and apply the mixture to damp hair. Make sure you really applied the mixture to the ends of the hair or to the driest areas.
Stack your hair on top of your head, then put on a plastic shower cap. Then wrap your hair in a towel moistened with hot water.
Wait 20 minutes then rinse to remove the mixture and wash your hair as usual.
Get an empty shampoo bottle and rinse it off well.
Pour 1/4 cup liquid castile soap and 1/4 cup aloe vera gel into the bottle. Add a teaspoon of pure vegetable glycerin and 1/4 teaspoon of avocado oil.
Cover the bottle and give it a good shake. Use the shampoo as you would any other, but leave it on the hair for a few minutes before rinsing with fresh water.
Adjust any of the recipes above according to the length and thickness of your hair. Short or thin hair may require less product, while long thick hair may require twice as much.
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