Grow black hair with products in you kitchen

Grow black hair with products in you kitchen

Hi All,

Ever on the look out for more information about growing and taking care of our hair I found this post about products you can find in your own kitchen from Black Women Beauty Central

Do Home Remedies For Hair Growth Really Work?

Their high protein content makes eggs one of the best home remedies for hair growth. They increase the volume in your hair making it look thicker.

Raw eggs are a great treatment for thinning hair and receding hairline. Eggs reduce split ends and help detangle hair when used as a conditioner.
Here's how to include eggs as one of your home remedies for hair growth:
Wash your hair with a quality shampoo.
Crack 2-3 eggs into a bowl and scramble them.
Cover your hair from root to tips with the egg mixture.
Rinse completely after 5 minutes.

This is one of my all time favourite kitchen ingredients for using in hair. majkes for a very effective protein treatment

Beer has high levels of Vitamin B and natural sugars that build thickness and volume into hair and add sheen.

Here's how to include it in your routine:
Use room temperature beer that’s flat.
Apply it as a rinse after you wash out your conditioner.
Rinse your hair with plain water.

The eggs, vinegar and oil in mayonnaise make sandwiches taste great and also make it a tasty treat for your hair. Next time you make yourself a sandwich, think about following that up with a deep conditioning.

Wash your hair and squeeze out the excess water.
Coat it from roots to ends with full fat mayonnaise.
Cover your hair with plastic wrap and allow the mayonnaise to penetrate for 30 minutes.

Avocados are one of the best home remedies for hair growth and make great hair conditioners.

They’re packed with essential fats that are super moisturizing. This leaves your hair feeling softer and more elastic and makes it less prone to breakage.

Use the avocado after washing your hair with shampoo.
Mash it into a paste with a fork.
Coat your hair with the mashed avocados.
Rinse after 15-20 minutes.

Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV)

Apple cider vinegar is an excellent final rinse for hair. It gets rid of residue and makes hair soft and shiny. It’s especially good if you suffer from dry scalp or dandruff.

Dilute the AVC in the ratio of ½ a cup to 1 quart of water.

Use the mixture after you wash your hair as a final rinse.

Use raw unfiltered ACV for the best results.

Olive Oil / Coconut Oil

Olive oil and coconut oil are great for doing hot oil treatments.

Here's how to use them for best results.
Warm the oil in a microwave safe container or in a small pot on the stove.
Saturate your hair from roots to ends with the oil.
Cover your hair with plastic wrap and a towel for a steam treatment.
Rinse thoroughly with warm water.

Castor Oil

Grandma was right; castor oil is one of the best home remedies, especially for hair growth.
Warm the oil and use it to massage your scalp and thinning areas around your hairline.

Source: Info taken from Black Women Beauty Central Do Home Remedies For Hair Growth Really Work?

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