Homemade Damaged Hair Treatment from East


Oriental women are always paying close attention to their hair. Every woman knows and uses a lot of recipes to preserve the beauty of her hair, because the beautyful hair is something akin to the traditions and culture of oriental women.

Today, I am publishing some masks for hair based on dried fruits. Everyone knows that the dried fruit is very popular in the East and, as it turns out, not only for the food.

Their oriental beauties apply like the home beauty for centuries and, as a result, their hair is always lush and beautiful.

Dried fruits are unusually rich in vitamins, that’s why they are so-called “vitamins of beauty”.

Masks of dried  figs, apricots, raisins, prunes give a wonderful and quick effect to treat the damaged hair.

Masks for Homemade Damaged Hair Treatment

Hair Mask with Dried Figs

Dried figs primarily strengthen the hair.

But to achieve the desired effect of the mask figs should be done every day for a month. Chop with a knife or a meat grinder 2-3 dry figs. In a separate bowl enamel pour 1 cup of milk, put the figs in milk, mix everything thoroughly and put on fire by closing the lid.

When the mixture comes to a boil, reduce heat to low and bring in low-boiling composition until smooth (pulp). Then cool the mixture. Before washing hair, divide hair into locks and put the resulting slurry to the roots, and the remnants of its spread over the entire length of hair. Tie up your head with plastic wrap, and on top – with a towel or a woolen scarf.

After an hour wash your hair with a mild shampoo for your hair type.

Hair Mask with Raisin

Or the other mask of raisin, which also effectively help hair loss.

To do this, take a handful of raisins (preferably light kind of raisin). Put in an enamel bowl and pour 0.5 liters of boiling water. Close the lid and cook for 10-15 minutes on low heat, then allow to stand for 2 hours to raisins swollen. Then strain the broth into a separate bowl – a liquid useful for making masks. Raisins wipe that turned mush, and put in a ceramic bowl.

There also add 1 egg yolk, 1 teaspoon of liquid honey, 1 teaspoon of any vegetable oil, 1/2 teaspoon of salt (salt dissolve in the decoction of raisins). All mix thoroughly.

If the mixture will turn very thick, add a little broth and stir. Before washing the head do the same procedure as in the first recipe. Only after 40-50 minutes wash your hair with a mild shampoo for your hair type, and then rinse with acidified water (1 teaspoon of citric acid).

This mask is desirable to make one once a week for 1.5 months.

Homemade Damaged Hair Treatment with Dried Fruits

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