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Organic Recipe for Smooth and Healthy Hair

Updated on June 21, 2014
Egg yolks are rich in vitamins, folic acid, and lecithin.
Egg yolks are rich in vitamins, folic acid, and lecithin.

The Magic of Egg Yolk Hair Treatment

Egg yolks contain vitamins A, D, E, B12, lecithin and folic acid. They all help in maintaining a beautiful and healthy hair and skin.

In the olden times, even before conditioners and hair treatments are available in parlors and pharmacies, women made use of natural food to maintain a healthy hair. In conditioning the hair, eggs are popularly used.

Even though there are so many hair treatments available in the market, many still believe that going natural is better.

Eggs can have a significant effect on your hair. It has the ability to soften the hair and reduce the frizz and fly away hairs that are such as nuisance. It is also said that hair loss can be prevented with the use of egg yolk treatment.

If you have dry hair, you will notice the effect of egg yolk treatment but it is important that you stick to the treatment for at least a month to get the desired effect. Egg yolk hair treatment should be done at least once a week. If you are having dandruff on your dry hair, a good solution is mixing baking soda, egg yolk, and olive oil. The baking soda has an exfoliating effect on the hair as well as a conditioning effect.

You can actually do your very own hair treatment at home.

Here's what you will need:

1-2 egg yolks (depending on hair length)

1/2 teaspoon shampoo

1 cup warm water


1. Mix all of the ingredients together.

2. Wet your hair and apply mixture.

3. Leave the mixture on for five minutes and wash off.

Optional: To intensify the treatment, you can add 1 tablespoon of any light oil such as coconut, olive and sunflower.

The wide arrays of hair treatment that are being sold commercially can damage your hair so you have to be careful by checking the ingredients that is contained in the hair treatments that you are planning to buy.

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