How to detox your hair at home

How to detox your hair at home

Everyone looks for a new way to style their hair. Colouring, curling, rebounding or perming all these are the ways to make the hair look stunning. However, regular exposure to chemicals and the heat leads to dull and lifeless hair. It takes away the natural shine as well as ruins the texture of the hair. Which is why it is important to detox the hair give them their soft and shiny look back. Detoxication means giving your hair a fresh start. It helps to get rid of the chemical harm and dirt from the hair. For this, you don’t need to go for some complex procedure. Simple home remedies can help you to detox the hair in a healthy way. (Also read: How is papaya beneficial for skin and hair)

Baking soda
For this remedy, as you need is a half cup of baking soda and three cups of hot water. First of all, make a mixture of soda and water, then wash your hair with water. Once, they are completely wet, apply the mixture. Massage your scalp properly then wash it off.

Apple cider vinegar
Fill one fourth of a cup with apple cider vinegar. Then, add two cups of water to dilute. Firstly shampoo and condition your hair normally. Then pour the mixture in the hair. Do not rinse it later. (Also read: How To Lighten Dark Upper Lip Area)

Raw honey shampoo
For this, all you need is one table spoon of raw honey. Add the honey to 3 tablespoons of filtered water. You can add essential oils to the mixture. Wash your hair with water, then use the mixture to massage your hair. Wash the hair later.

Cucumber and lemon
Take a large lemon and a regular cucumber. Peel them both, then chop them into fine pieces. Add an essential oil of your choice. You can use this mixture in place of your regular shampoo.

Shikakai or Acacia concinna
This a very simple but effective home remedy as shikakai is the best possible solution for hair troubles. Get two spoons of Shikakai powder, mix it with water to form a paste. Use this paste to massage your hair. Then rinse it with cold water. (Also read: How to give yourself manicure at home)

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