Hair | Natural Remedies At Home

Posted by lothi on Feb 22, 2009 in Beauty | 6 comments

Split ends: 1. Split ends are mainly seen in dry hair. 2. To avoid split ends don’t comb your hair when its wet. Combing hair in wet may damage your hair and cause split ends. 3. Its better to trim your hair regularly to avoid split ends. 4. Drink lots of water as water is a good therapy for many problems. 5. Apply almond oil once in a week. 6. Before using any kind of heating products use heat resistant spray which protects your hair…

Read More Posted by lothi on Jun 3, 2008 in Beauty, Health | 1 comment

Previously, we saw dandruff treatment using lemon. Here are some other natural methods. The neem tree is well known for shade and also for its ayurvedic medicinal properties. They are used in hair treatments. Neem leaf extract stimulates circulation to the scalp, promotes hair growth and thereby reducing the irritation of scalp. Rinsing with neem water treats drandruff and hair loss. Add neem leaves to boiling water. When it gets warmed…

Read More Posted by lothi on May 29, 2008 in Beauty | 13 comments

Dandruff is most severe during winter than summer. It may also be due to infrequent shampooing of hair and not rinsing the hair properly. General preventive care for dandruff is to keep your scalp moistured well. So in in order to take care of your scalp and hair apply oil regularly and wash it off after an hour and rinse well. Before shampooing, comb your hair from the scalp with wide bristles comb. After every shampoo clean your comb…

Read More Posted by lothi on May 10, 2008 in Beauty | 13 comments

Here are some home made hair care tips. Massaging your scalp regularly regulates the blood circulation and in turn makes you feel relaxed. Oiling and massaging controls hair fall. Three main steps to take care of hair are oil massage, hair conditioner and hair pack. Hot oil massage: Warm coconut oil and olive oil in equal proportion. Apply the oil with the help of cotton and massage on to your scalp in circular motion for at least 20 to…

Read More Posted by lothi on May 5, 2008 in Beauty | 4 comments

You need: Coconut oil 1 full bottle, equal proportionate of mehndi leaves and curry leaves, fenugreek seeds[2 tsp soaked overnight]. Method 1: Heat the coconut oil. Grind the mehndi leaves, fenugreek seeds, and the curry leaf. When the oil is warm add the grounded mixture. Then transfer it into storage glass jar and use it as your regular oil. For lice treatment: You need: Hibiscus flower, mehndi, curry leaves, poppy seeds[soaked in…

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