There are so many things that you can do in hair care than just oiling and washing them regularly.
While we all have different hair textures and concerns, the weekly hair care routine is for everyone and we must follow a good intense hair care routine once in a while.
At the end of the day, we ‘re all aiming for a healthier, stronger, and luscious mane.
However, in order to retain the moisture and add more shine to your strands, it is important that you know how to take proper care of your mane.
Step 1 Oiling
- 5-6 Hibiscus Flowers
- 5-6 Hibiscus Leaves
- 100 mL Carrier Oil (such as olive or coconut oil or almond oil) make sure the oil is cold-pressed
- Grind the hibiscus flowers and leaves until the paste is smooth.
- Heat the carrier oil in a pan and add the crushed flowers and leaves to it.
- Make sure that you use cold-pressed oil because it contains more vitamins and minerals than other oils.
- Heat the oil until it starts to smoke and then remove from the heat.
- Strain the oil and set it aside about 2 tablespoons of it for use while storing the rest in a sealed jar.
- Massage the oil in your scalp for about 15 minutes and then work through the hair length. Leave it on for another 45 minutes.
- Wash your hair with a mild, sulfate-free shampoo and then proceed to the condition.
- Oiling your hair a night before washing or even an hour before washing can seriously improve the health of your hair, make them strong and manageable.
- Oiling not only helps to add moisture to your hair but also helps to provides the essential nutrients needed for stronger hair follicles and healthier hair growth. That’s why it’s ideal to oil your hair every time you wash your hair. If you don’t, make sure you have oil at least once a week. Oiling regularly helps to maintain regular volume and a healthy scalp.
It is a strict no to wash your hair every day.
Too much washing can strip your scalp of natural oils, make it much drier, and also more likely to break.
- Preferably, you should wash your hair twice or three times a week depends entirely on how greasy your hair is, but not more than three times a week.
- Wash your hair with a gentle shampoo, then follow this up with the Conditioner.
While shampoo allows you to get rid of dirt, debris, and grime, conditioning makes your hair softer, smoother, and more manageable.
Step 3 Hair-Mask
Aloe Vera is known for its many therapeutic values. It’s one of the effective home remedies for hair loss. Aloe Vera conditions your hair and protects itching of your scalp and encourage the growth of your hair.
- You will need to first obtain the aloe vera gel from the aloe vera plant to make the mask.
- Take a leaf out of the aloe vera plant.
- Cut the thorn sides of the leaf and remove the green part cut through the leaf and remove the gel from the leaf. This aloe vera gel is full of benefits and great to solve for various hair problems.
- After the gel has been removed from the plant, blend the gel so that it is in proper consistency.
- Add the gel to two or three eggs. You can add both the white egg and the yolk. Egg yolk is an optional ingredient that allows you to make a choice.
- Add the egg white and the yolk to the gel and whisk gently.
- Heat the olive oil for about 10 seconds, then add it to the egg and gel mixture.
- Apply this egg mask to your hair, starting with the roots.
- Massage gently so that it spreads evenly and nourishes your hair.
- Rinse your hair with cold water.
- Make sure you do it once a week to get better results.
This mask strengthens your hair and promotes the growth of your hair.
- For oily hair, it is best to use jojoba oil instead of olive oil.
- The best way to take care of dry, damaged locks is to walk to your kitchen, pick up a few hydrating ingredients, mix them together, and apply them to your hair.
Yes, your hair is going to thank you for that. Mask is going to help to repair your damaged hair and bring your locks back to life.
Apart from frequent oiling, cleaning, and conditioning, additional food is needed for your locks.
Much like your skin, your hair is also affected by environmental that can harm the texture and make your strands weaker.
It is ideal to treat your treasury once a week with natural products such as curd, aloe vera, or eggs.