Dry hairs feel like straw and is not liked by anyone. Anyone who has dry hair is on the lookout for products or remedies to treat it and make it healthy again. Dry hairs are not usually caused by natural or genetic issues, but is rather the result of hair products like colors and dyes, pool chlorine, hair treatments like perming, an excessive amount of exposure to sun and air, and the excessive usage of hair styling appliances like straighteners and curling irons.
Remedies And Tips For Dry Hairs
Although there are numerous products touted to treat dry hair and make it healthy again, there are some natural and home remedies that can be used to treat dry hair. These home remedies are cheap to try and don’t have any harmful side effects either, which is why most people tend to prefer using home remedies instead of products that could have some damaging side effects.
Here are some natural home remedies for dry hair:
Wash your hair as normal and then, apply about a tbsp. of mayonnaise on your hair. It is preferable to use a diet or low cholesterol mayonnaise. After applying mayonnaise, wrap your hair with a plastic bag and let it sit for about 20 to 30 minutes. Then, clean your hair again with shampoo and rinse properly.
Whisk egg in a cup of warm water and apply it on hair. Mildly massage the egg into your hair and then, rinse with warm water. You don’t want to wash your hair after shampooing it.
Take a ripe banana and half a ripe avocado. The more ripe the banana and avocado is, the better. Mix both of them together until they are pureed. Then, apply this mixture onto your hair, let it sit for 15 minutes and wash your hair.
Heat 3 tbsp of almond oil or olive oil, and apply it on your hair. Wrap your hair with a shower cap or plastic bag when you apply the hot oil and wait for 15 to 20 minutes. Then, wash your hair with a light shampoo.
Whisk 2 eggs together with a tbsp of olive oil, apple cider vinegar and glycerol. Apply it on your hair after shampooing and washing, and leave it on for half an hour. Then, wash your hair with a mild shampoo.
*Tbsp stands for: Table Spoon