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Homemade Remedies for Hair Treatment

Updated on December 2, 2012

Chilly winds and frosty weather indicates the onset of winters. As we bid goodbye to hot and humid summers, winters are here to trouble us the numerous hair care havocs. From misbehaving locks, dull and no-luster effect, winters can sometimes turn out to be quite a nightmare. To keep your hairy worries at bay, one should follow a proper routine. Let’s know how to maintain luscious tresses in winters.

Moisturizing plays a pivotal role as it helps in regaining the shine and nourishes the locks from the root. Few home-made remedies which will have a wonder effect on your hair during winters are –


Egg pack

Take two eggs and three tablespoons of olive oil. Mix both well and apply to your hair leaving on for twenty minutes. Keep your hair covered with plastic wrap till the hair pack starts to dry off. Then wash off!


Shikakai pack

Take 2 tablespoon each of fenugreek seeds and green gram, soaked a night before. Mix the two and make a paste. Add 2-3 tablespoon of shikakai powder to it and blend all the ingredients well in one whole egg and apply as replacement of your regular shampoo. This will help to keep your hair soft and shiny.

Strawberry pack

Take a cup of crushed strawberries and half cup of shredded rosemary and add a tablespoon of vinegar in it and mix all in a bowl and apply to your hair. Leave it till it’s dry and then rinse off.

Beer pack

Beer works as the best ingredients to achieve lustrous hair. Apply flat beer and leave on for 10-15 minutes and wash with a shampoo.


Egg and yoghurt pack

Mix one cup of yoghurt and yolk of one egg well and add one teaspoon lemon juice. Leave it on your hair for about half an hour, then wash. Yoghurt helps in getting rid of dandruff while egg acts as a perfect moisturizer.

Aloe Vera pack

Blend one tablespoon of aloe vera gel, one teaspoon lemon juice and two tablespoon coconut or olive oil. Apply well and leave it on for about forty-five minutes, then rinse off with shampoo.


Egg and banana pack

Ripe bananas work as great hair conditioners. Mash two ripe bananas; add two beaten eggs, juice of one lime and two vitamin E capsules into it. Mix well and apply to your hair and wear a cover. Leave it on for half an hour and then shampoo. Apply this pack twice a week for maximum benefits.

Fuller’s earth pack

Fuller’s earth is popularly known as multani mitti is always counted as an essential beauty ingredient. For luscious tresses, this winter fuller’s earth hair pack will be the best remedy. Mix well two tablespoons each of Fuller’s earth and gram flour (besan) and half cup vinegar and apply for twenty minutes, then rinse. Ladies, who complains for very dry hair, can apply hair oil before putting on this pack.


Castor oil and honey pack

For this, you will require one tablespoon honey, two tablespoon castor oil and one egg. Mix them well and apply to hair. Leave on for about an hour and then shampoo.

Avocado and milk pack

Boil the one cup milk, one cup water, some dried rose petals first, allow to cool, and then blend a ripe avocado, two teaspoon of almond paste, and two teaspoon of honey into it. Apply to hair and leave on for thirty minutes, then rinse off.

So, are you ready to welcome winters now?


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