Homemade NATURAL Remedies For Hair Breakage

Now a day everyone knows that everybody is so busy in their life and work, even most of the people have no time to have food at right time. And most of women and man have no time to care for their face and hairs, due to which we are facing skin and hairs problems. There are many problems of hairs in which ONE IS HAIR BREAKAGE now it has become a very common problem for everyone.

Everyone’s hair grows, but constant styling and chemical treatments can cause hair breakage, making it seem as if your hair does not grow. If it seems like your hair is always at the same length, even though you are not cutting it, breakage is your issue. Hair breakage happens when your hair becomes protein deficient, but you can stop the hair breakage by adding more protein to your hair. Increase your protein in your diet and try this effective and cost-efficient homemade remedy to stop hair breakage.

Your hair is made up of protein. Everyday styling and environmental pollution can strip moisture out of your hair. The best way to put moisture and shine back to your hair is by getting a protein treatment. Protein smooth’s the cuticle of the hair, creating smoother strands and stronger hair. Protein treatments are expensive at salons. Instead of buying those pricey treatments you can make your own easily at home. Homemade protein treatments are all natural and with frequent use, you get a long lasting result.

 

Read on to Know the Best Effective Homemade Remedies for Hair Breakage:-

natural remedies for hair breakage

1.     Egg and Mayonnaise Hair Mask

Crack the two eggs into a bowl and dump the shells. Use the fork to break the yolks. You want the eggs to be a smooth consistency that can be easily applied. Add the mayonnaise to the bowl. Whisk the mayonnaise into the eggs. You want to completely combine the mayonnaise and the egg until you are unable to easily distinguish between the two ingredients. Apply the egg and mayonnaise mixture to your hair. Make sure to thoroughly coat each hair strand from root to end. Comb through your hair with a wide-tooth comb to make sure there is even distribution of the mixture. Place a processing cap over your hair. Heat a towel with warm water, and wrap it around the processing cap. Let it sit for one hour. If the towel begins to cool off, reheat the towel with warm water. Rinse your hair thoroughly with cool water. You do not want to use hot or warm water. The hotter temperatures of water can cause the eggs to cook in your hair, leaving behind a scrambled egg residue.

 

2.     Yogurt Hair Mask

Dairy products like cream and yogurt can. Lactic acid in yogurt gently cleanses white fat moisturizes. Mix egg and yogurt for a deep conditioning protein treatment. Simply, massage 3 tbsp. sour cream or yogurt into your hair. Let it sit for 20 minutes. Rinse and shampoo hair. You can apply this treatment every week.

 

3.     Egg Hair Mask

An egg is the best source of protein for your hair. The yolk is rich in fat and protein which is extremely moisturizing. The white is full of bacteria eating an enzyme which cleanses your hair and scalp. Use a full egg for normal to dry hair. For oily hair and scalp, use only whites. Egg alone or mixed with more protein-rich ingredients can be applied to the hair. This treatment can be used every two weeks or monthly. Take one egg or two depending on the length and thickness of your hair. Beat until frothy and apply it your hair and scalp. Make sure all your hair is properly covered with egg. Cover with a shower cap and leave it on for 20 minutes. Rinse with cold water and shampoo. If you find the smell of egg unpleasant, add a few drops of lemon juice.

 

4.     Curry Leaves and Coconut Oil Hair Mask

You’ll need to get fresh curry leaves and some coconut oil. Boil these two together until the black residue starts forming, then harvest this residue and apply it to your hair. Use it twice a week to replenish your hair, help it grow faster, and even fight gray hair!  You don’t want to fry the leaves, just boil them a bit and then harvest the black stuff.

 

5.     Castro And Olive Oil for Hair

Apply several drops of castor oil and olive oil to your scalp and massage it in thoroughly. Cover your hair with a shower cap, a silk scarf, or other covering and leave it on overnight. Shampoo and condition, as usual, the next morning. Alternately, mix a few drops of castor oil with olive oil or almond oil and follow the same directions. Also, consider adding several drops of castor oil to your daily rinse-out conditioner. You can repeat this daily or every other day.

 

6.     Vinegar Hair Mask

Mix 1 part vinegar (apple cider vinegar is the hair care favorite since it leaves less of an odor; white vinegar works just fine, and wine-based vinegar is best for dry hair) with 2 parts water. To minimize odor, add a few drops of your favorite essential oil. Use as a final rinse after you shampoo. You can use this mask weekly twice.

 

7.     Burdock Root Oil Hair Mask

Mix 1 teaspoon each of rosemary, basil, and lavender oils. Add 3-5 drops of your oil mixture with 1 teaspoon each of aloe Vera gel and burdock oil. Massage the treatment into your scalp, let it work its magic over the next couple of hours (the longer you leave it on, the better), then shampoo and style your hair as usual. You can repeat this weekly once.

 

8.     Treatment With Rosemary Hair Mask

Combine 2 teaspoons of dry, crushed rosemary leaves with 300mls of water, and then massage the mixture into your hair, starting at the ends and working your way up to the scalp. It’s very light and not at all greasy, so you don’t have to rinse it out and can use it on clean hair.

 

9.     Banana Hair Mask

Pick a soft, ripe banana, mask it up into a paste (use a food processor if you like, to make sure there aren’t any chunks), apply it to your hair, and cover it with a plastic cap or bag. To lock in the nutrients, either wrap a hot towel around your head or remove the cap after 20 minutes and use your blow dryer long enough to help the banana set. Shampoo your hair and rinse well. Some users have reported difficulty rinsing out the banana, but if you end up with a smooth paste, rinsing should go smoothly. You can also add olive oil or almond oil to your paste, or a tablespoon of conditioner. You can use this mask weekly once.

 

10.   Almond oil For Hair

Take about a tablespoon of almond oil – more or less depending on the length and thickness of your hair – and massage it into your scalp, down to the ends of your hair. Leave it on for 15 minutes or so, then rinse your hair with cool water and shampoo as usual. Use Almond oil weekly thrice.

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