Hair Care

Look out for these harmful chemicals in your shampoo

1 SLS/SLES or Sodium Laureth Sulfate We all love lather, don’t we? It gives us the reassurance that the shampoo is doing its job and deep cleansing your scalp. However, the foam comes from a chemical agent called Sodium Laureth Sulfate which eventually strips away natural oils from your scalp and makes the hair rough and brittle. It is an anionic detergent and surfactant found in many personal care products. 2 Paraben A commonly-used preservative found in personal care products such as soaps and shampoos, parabens is known to cause skin allergies including dermatitis because they penetrate deep into the...

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5 Hair Conditioner Facts that will make you never want to skip it again

A hair conditioner is a nourishing agent that helps restore your hair’s moisture after shampooing. There are quite a few types of conditioners that you may have heard of. There’s the regular quick post-shampoo moisturising conditioner, hair masks for deep conditioning and cleansing conditioner which can be simultaneously used with shampoo. Every now and then, we keep hearing about hair conditioners being of no use whatsoever, that they are merely a gimmick. It is not about whether you should be using a conditioner or not, as much as it is about how you should be using it. 1 What’s in...

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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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5 DIY Hair Masks for Dry Hair

Did you know that a hair mask to treat dry, brittle hair doesn’t have to cost a bomb? One can come up with 10 different versions of hair masks made using one common ingredient. This post, however, will talk about various hair masks one can make using common kitchen ingredients. We genuinely want you to have endless good hair days through all seasons. Enjoy reading!   1 Banana and Coconut Oil Your overripe bananas combined with coconut oil can work wonders if you have been dealing with dry, rough hair. Bananas are a rich source of Vitamin B6, Potassium, Protein...

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4 oily hair masks made with everyday Kitchen items

Nobody likes their hair greasy and a lot of us even dislike putting in too much effort to tackle the problem. Taking care of yourself does not have to be so hard, and hence, we are putting down a list of the 6 easiest ingredients for your oily hair mask. 1  Tomato  Rich in Vitamin A, C, and Biotin, the acidic properties of tomato helps balance out the PH level in your scalp. This reduces excess oil secretion and also aids blood circulation.   You will need -                              1 big tomato -                              1 tablespoon of water Steps -                              Squeeze the...

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