Frequent heat-styling, coloring treatments, excessive use of styling products, indoor heating and unkind weather can rob essential moisture from your hair, leaving it dry, dreary and unmanageable. But you can get desirable soft, silky, smooth hair back with a little love.
All what’s needed is to head back to nature and treat your tresses with home-grown, side-effect-free products. Listed below are some natural treatments for dehydrated hair; give them a go, you’ll surely find them effective.
Avocado is a natural, nutrient rich moisturizer that’s highly beneficial not only for your skin but also for your hair. Especially, when combined with a double-whammy of mayonnaise, avocado gives you a super-conditioner that immediately rejuvenate your dry, brittle hair, making them look supple and shiny. The preparation of the conditioner involves combining 1/4 cup mayonnaise to 1/4 cup peeled and grated avocado and blending well to get a consistent paste. Rub the mixture into your locks, wrap up in a shower cap or plastic bag and leave for 20 minutes before shampooing a usual.
Banana Locks Lusterizer
Another rich and fruity hair mask that conditions and moisturizes dry, lifeless hair deeply is banana hair mask. To create the banana locks lusterizer, peel a fully ripped banana, slice it off half and mash in a blender. Add 1/4 cup tepid water, 2 tbsp. of honey and 1 tsp. coconut oil to freshly grated banana and blend well. Work the mixture on your freshly shampooed hair and cover it with a plastic bag or shower cap. Let it sit for almost half an hour and then rinse thoroughly.
Hot Oil Treatment
This hot treatment involves co-mingling of honey and almond oil and putting on your hair and scalp to feed them. Take ¼ cup almond oil and add 1 tsp. honey to it; stir well and warm up the mixture slightly by placing it in microwave for almost 30 seconds or so. Once warmed up, work the treatment through your hair and on your scalp and let it sit for 30 minutes before rinsing.