Remedy for dull, limp hair

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Dull, lifeless hair can bounce back to life with a regular hair-care routine. Normally this happens with oily hair and to those tresses which have become unhealthy due to excessive exposure to the sun, chemicals and pollution.

Here are some hints for managing such type of hair:

* Keep your hair absolutely clean at all times. Those who live in polluted environments need to shampoo the hair more frequently.

* Hair conditioning makes the hair look bouncy and full. So choose a good conditioner for your hair.

* A warm oil massage done once a week is the best stimulant for the scalp and hair. The oil conditions the hair, while the massage stimulates blood circulation and relaxes the mind. Leave the oil overnight and use a mild shampoo the next day. Lifeless hair will be rejuvenated with this treatment.

* For limp and dull hair, mix 5 drops of lemon juice in one egg and beat well. Apply systematically on every strand of hair. Cover hair with a shower cap and leave for 2 hours. Wash hair with a mild shampoo. Your hair will look thick and full.

* For a toning lotion, you can take a teaspoonful of vinegar and pour it onto a glass of clean water. Then apply it to the roots of the hair. Using the finger, gently massage the scalp. After 1 hour, wash it off with clean water and then set the hair by using a brush. Apply this lotion once a week.





6 comments:

  1. Anonymous5:37 PM

    Dry hair is equally dull and looks limp and lifeless. It is in dire need of moisture and protein. Lubricants provide shine to your dull hair by spreading on the outside your hair cuticles. Similarly, humectants collect and preserve moisture and refill shafts of your hair and scalp. Simple remedies are-

    You find excellent remedy for your dull hair in moisturizers with humectants, a simple one being safflower oil. However, you should not apply safflower oil directly to your scalp. Instead, take a few drops in your hand and apply on hair ends while it is dry. You need to keep it on your hair for at least two hours before washing it off. This helps to bring in and retain enough moisture through humectants.
    It is better to avoid using different heat styling agents like curling irons and blow dryers as they cause breakage and split ends. This damages your hair.
    If you need to use blow dryers, try with lowest temperature and a round brush. You need to dry hair roots first.
    Apply conditioners on hair ends only and you need to comb through conditioners to preserve moisture of your hair.

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  2. wash your hair with lemon juice to bring that extra shine and life back into your dull hair. Similarly apple cider vinegar is supposed to give your hair that shine and also fullness.

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  3. Rachana8:59 AM

    Take your vitamins: Vitamins and minerals play a very crucial and important key role in growing and keeping your hair healthy. Any nutritional deficiencies in your body will certainly contribute to hair loss. Few vitamins that are extremely important for healthy hair growth include Vitamin A, Vitamin B, Vitamin C and Vitamin E.

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  4. Ganga9:06 AM

    avocado. mashed. mix it with a tiny bit of olive oil or cholesterol (hair conditioning treatment from sally's) and put a plastic cap over your head for a half hour. then rinse with cool water, lightly shampoo and then condition. but damaged hair is damaged forever. no matter what youd o to it. it needs to grow out and be cut off to be healthy. oils and creams and all that only are a temporary fix and once rinsed out, the cuticles lift againa nd the damage shows again.

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  5. Rachana10:55 AM

    To give shine and volume to your dull hair, rinse your hair with beer after shampooing.

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  6. Vaishnavi9:26 AM

    use honey and lemon juice in your last rinse after shampooing hair, and do not wash it out. Instead, dry your hair well and brush vigorously.

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