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The Best 5 Natural Conditioners for all Hair Types

Conditioning is a must for all hair types and this is why you need to be sure that your conditioner does not contain any harmful chemicals. Moreover, why do you have to buy a conditioner at all when you can make yours at home! Keep reading and discover the best natural conditioners that can be made using the most common kitchen ingredients. 1 Banana Banana is an incredible moisturising ingredient suitable for treating dry, damaged hair prone to frizziness. Enriched with Vitamin B6, Potassium, Protein, and other nutrients, it nourishes your scalp and hair. Mash an overripe banana and mix...

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6 Good Habits to spare your hair those winter woes

Static, Dryness and Frizz. You are all too familiar with these visible signs if you live in a place that experiences cold winters. Not only do your strands stand the risk of breakage, but the lack of moisture also makes your scalp dry and causes dandruff. 1  Oil and condition your hair A regular oil massage can work wonders to treat dryness and frizzy hair problems because it all boils down to the health of your scalp. Go for a lukewarm oil massage and leave it on overnight. Do this twice a week and wash off with a gentle SLS/SLES...

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Fight Dandruff in 4 Easy Steps

Dandruff occurs due to several factors including dry scalp, allergic reactions, oiliness, fungal infections, etc. There are a number of natural remedies that can effectively take care of your dandruff problem. Remember that people with both oily as well as dry hair are prone to this condition, so choose the remedies as per your hair type. 1 The Right Shampoo for oily dandruff Aloe Vera, Lemon, Neem, Amla, Tea Tree Oil, and Apple Cider Vinegar have strong astringent/acidic properties that control excess oil production. Find an organic anti-dandruff shampoo that contains one of these as an active ingredient. You can...

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The 4 most important Hair Care Tips for an Oily Scalp

If you are having trouble managing an oily scalp, you would first like to know that it is due to the excess secretion of an oily substance called sebum produced in our sebaceous glands. Each of us has a unique physiology and your sebaceous gland may produce more oil than your friend’s. The factors could be hereditary, poor diet, hormonal, improper hair care routine, etc. 1 Oil your hair, Seriously! It is easy to assume that oiling an already oily scalp would lead to more secretion of sebum, but it is really a matter of which oils you are using....

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