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The A-Z Guide to Organic Haircare

Your ticket to fuller, healthier hair is here. Consider these organic haircare ingredients as your new hair baes.

Did you know you could boost your barnet with the help of natural ingredients?

With salons being non-operational and online websites stopping delivery to many locations owing to the pandemic, now is the best time to give your locks a lift by switching to natural ingredients. If you’ve been treating your hair to chemical treatments and applying dollops of products, embarking on a natural haircare journey may seem overwhelming.

An organic haircare regime is simple. It might seem like a big learning curve, but we’re here to make it easy for you. How, you ask? With this A-Z guide on organic ingredients for your hair, most of which are available off your kitchen shelf. Going natural ingredients is really the best way to give your hair some TLC.

Go on and pick the best ingredients to suit your hair’s needs and keep it looking fresh and feeling magnificent!

 

Apple Cider Vinegar

Goodness value: This wonder ingredient which we use for daily cooking has numerous benefits. The properties in it balance the pH level of your hair and scalp and help fight dandruff and frizz.

How to use: Add a few drops of apple cider vinegar in a mug of water and use this is as a post-shampoo hair rinse.

 

Eggs

Goodness value: Eggs are abundant in proteins and nutrients which moisturise dry hair and infuse dull hair with a shine. The protein-rich ingredient also helps preserve the hair’s natural oils.

How to use: Slather some raw egg onto your scalp; or add some aloe vera gel to an egg and mix it, apply the paste on your scalp and hair and rinse it off.

 

Glycerin

Goodness value: A dose of glycerin absorbs water from its surroundings and thus helps in hydrating your tresses. Applying glycerin also avoids frayed, brittle and split ends.

How to use: Mix a few drops with plain water or rose water and use it as a hair spray.

 

Rice water

Goodness value: Rice water contains amino acids that strengthen hair roots, increase hair volume and make hair shiny and smooth. It penetrates deep into the scalp and reverses hair fall or damage.

How to use: Add lavender essential oil to a mug of rice water and use it as a post-shampoo hair rinse.

 

Zinc

Goodness value: Zinc gives your hair and scalp health a big boost. Include it in your diet to prevent hairfall, lifeless locks and other scalp and hair issues.

How to use: Consume foods rich in zinc like nuts, fish, beans, spinach and mushrooms

 

For the complete A-Z guide subscribe to Hair Magazine and download the June 2021 issue.

 

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