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Recipes for Home Hair-Repair

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Recipes for Home Hair-Repair

Post by Saaim on 27th August 2010, 9:11 pm

Treatments for Your Tresses That Are Good Enough to Eat

If your hair is suffering from a lack of luster, split ends or general malaise, don’t despair. The solution might be as close as your kitchen. Here are some of the top treatments people swear by when it comes to adding life to their locks.

Mayonnaise

Want to soften hair and leave it shiny? Then mayonnaise is the conditioning condiment for you. Comb just enough mayo through your hair to coat it lightly. Then leave on for 30 minutes before shampooing out per normal. For a deeper conditioning treatment, place a shower cap on top of your mayo-coated locks and leave on for longer (even overnight if you’re feeling extra dry). Other interesting uses? Next time you get gum stuck in your hair, rub Mayo in until the gum dissolves right out.

Vinegar

Used for centuries as health tonic, this tasty, tangy acid can help remove residue that dulls your hair. Add about a tablespoon of vinegar to your hair as you rinse it. And if you have an itchy scalp or dandruff, try massaging full-strength apple cider vinegar into your scalp before shampooing. In addition to adding shine to your hair, vinegar is also known for its skin healing properties.


Avocado
Talk about green goddess. Once you're through with this rich hair mask you'll be ready to take on the world. Combine an avocado, one egg yolk and a dash of olive oil and massage it through your hair. As with most of these treatments, leave on for at least 30 minutes. Then shampoo, rinse and condition as normal. And remember, even if an avocado is past its prime for your salad, you can still use it on your hair so it doesn't go to waste.

Eggs
Finally! A way to benefit from eggs' natural proteins without the cholesterol! Crack a few eggs and beat together in bowl. After shampooing, massage through your hair and leave on before rinsing out thoroughly. This treatment should help repair or strengthen your hair follicles -- leading to silkier locks with good body. Alternate ideas include whisking one egg yolk together with a dash of olive oil and 3/4 cups warm water.

So now that you've got the recipe for beautiful hair, see what you can do to get a bodacious body.
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Re: Recipes for Home Hair-Repair

Post by Nimmi on 28th August 2010, 4:12 pm

Thanks...
Please keep sharing..
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Post by Saaim on 28th August 2010, 5:34 pm

your welcome....
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Post by Afra on 28th August 2010, 6:11 pm

Thanks for the info.....

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Post by Saaim on 28th August 2010, 6:12 pm

ur welcome....
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Post by Haya on 28th August 2010, 7:40 pm

hmmm thanks saaim!
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Post by Saaim on 28th August 2010, 8:36 pm

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