Are you bothered by dry hair and itchy dry scalp? Have you tried various hair care creams but nothing is getting better? An effective way to get rid of dry hair and dry and itchy scalp troubles is actually to use natural products to care for your hair and scalp. This article will provide you with some countermeasures, prescriptions and tips that can improve the condition of your hair and scalp. If you are interested, read on below.
Method 1: Deep Therapy
Use eggs for deep conditioning. Deep conditioning is done with a conditioner containing steroids: steroids work to moisturize the hair and make it strong and voluminous. Eggs are rich in protein, and protein is a major component of hair, so naturally eggs are a great ingredient to use for deep conditioning hair.
In a bowl, combine two egg yolks, 2 tablespoons of olive oil and 1/8 cup of water. Stir until the texture is even. You can adjust the amount of solution according to your hair volume.
After shampooing, apply the mixture to wet hair. Leave in for 15 minutes.
Rinse with warm water to feel. (If the water is too hot, it will turn the egg solution into an eggdrop!)
Use mayonnaise for deep conditioning. Mayonnaise is originally made from eggs and oil, so the method of using it is basically the same as above. But the difference of mayonnaise is that it 3 contains vinegar. Vinegar eliminates any fungus and bacteria attached to the scalp, thus relieving itchy and dry scalp.
Apply an appropriate amount of mayonnaise to dry hair. Massage until the roots and scalp area, then put on a shower cap.
Leave on for 15 minutes.
Rinse off with warm water and then wash hair with shampoo as usual.
Use oil for deep conditioning. Many people have experienced deep treatments with hot oil at Salon Force and the results are said to be good. For the oil, choose virgin coconut oil, or olive oil is also good.
Using a pan, pour in a good amount of oil and heat it until it is warm, remember not to overheat it as you will be applying the oil to your head.
Make sure that when the oil is the right temperature, apply the oil evenly to your hair. If you are worried about over-oiling, then don't put too much on your scalp.
Wrap your hair with a shower cap and leave it on for 30 minutes.
After rinsing briefly with warm water, wash your hair with shampoo. Do not wash all the oil out.
Deep treatment with beer. Beer, like eggs and oil, is a very natural hair conditioner. This may sound a little odd, but compared to putting mayonnaise in your hair, beer is kind of normal, right? You will receive better results by using a high quality, strong tasting beer. There is no need to use Kos Light beer as a conditioner.
After washing your hair with warm water, use beer to condition your hair instead of the conditioner you normally use.
Mix two cups of beer and two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar together. Use the mixed solution as a conditioner after shampooing.
Mix 200g of dark beer and a few drops of jojoba oil together. Apply to dry hair, leave on for 15 minutes and rinse off with warm water, then wash hair with shampoo.
Use avocados for deep conditioning. Avocados are rich in vitamins, minerals and natural oils, so they are great for deep conditioning. After deep conditioning with avocados your hair will be soft and not dry.
In a blender, food processor or by hand, combine a ripe avocado with 2 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil and 1 tablespoon of honey.
Apply to dry hair and scalp, then put on a shower cap and leave on for 30 minutes.
Rinse thoroughly with warm water. (Avocados are naturally fibrous, so they take more time than beer, eggs, etc.). Afterwards, wash again with shampoo.
Method 2: Natural Conditioner
Use tea tree oil. Tea tree oil is famous for its anti-bacterial, anti-viral and anti-fungal properties. So you can use it to fight dry scalp and hair. Tea tree oil not only smells good but also moisturizes exceptionally well, making it a great choice for dealing with dry scalp and hair.
Add a little tea tree oil to your hair conditioner. Buy a bottle of tea tree oil and add a tablespoon or so to your conditioner. This method is quick, easy and economical.
Look for products that contain tea tree oil. There are many shampoos and conditioners that contain tea tree oil. Choose a product that is gentle enough for your hair type.
Use honey. Honey, although sticky, can be transformed into a great conditioner if made properly (not to be used). If you're up for a challenge, take a look at the following steps.
Mix together 4 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil, 2 tablespoons of pure vegetable glycerin, and 2 tablespoons of pure honey. After shampooing your hair, use the mixture as if it were your normal conditioner.
Mix the honey with your natural hair conditioner. Use as described above. Mix the honey as described above with your natural conditioner.
Combine apple cider vinegar with other conditioners to combat dry scalp. Apple cider vinegar is particularly effective in fighting dry scalp. Try the following anti-dandruff apple cider vinegar recipe.
In a saucepan, mix 3 cups of water and 1 handful of rosemary. Bring the mixture to a boil, then reduce the heat to low, cover and simmer for 45 minutes.
Place the mixture in a bowl and let cool. Add ½ cup apple cider vinegar and 10 drops each of rosemary essential oil and peppermint essential oil.
Serve the liquid in a spray bottle and use liberally on your hair and scalp after shampooing. You can rinse it out or leave it on. Apple cider vinegar moisturizes hair and scalp effectively and smells great.
Method 3: Notes
Choose your shampoo and hair care products carefully. Shampoo products that contain harsh chemicals such as sodium lauryl sulfonate can dry out the scalp. So make sure to choose your shampoo and conditioner carefully.
Hair styling should be moderate. Although girls love to use various curling irons, straightening irons, hair dryers, etc. to primp their hair, but these tools can damage the hair structure and cause damage to the hair. It is important to minimize the damage to your hair while primping. And don't do various hairstyles too often when you don't have to. Usually not more than once a week.
You can maintain your hair by supplying nutrients to your body. If you eat a healthy and nutritious diet, your hair will also be nourished. Because human hair is made of protein, it needs protein to grow. So it is best to include more cooked meat, vegetables, fruits and whole grains in your daily diet.
Consume foods rich in omega 3 fatty acids. Omega-3 rich foods include salmon, walnuts, flaxseed, and spinach.
Remember to always wash the oil out promptly. Otherwise, your hair will smell bad and look greasy.
If the itchy scalp persists, seek medical attention.
Baking soda is also effective in treating dry scalp, dandruff and scalp fungus and can be used as a deep cleansing shampoo. Mix 1 tablespoon of baking soda with an appropriate amount of water to form a paste and use it as a regular shampoo.