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How to Do Hair Spa at Home?

Updated on November 6, 2018
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Regular hair spa is a must for beautiful and healthy hair. It is the latest trend in beauty to condition and nourish the hair. Hair problems like dandruff, falling of hair, rough and dull hair can be minimized by taking regular hair spa. Hair spa treatment conditions the hair & scalp, improves blood circulation and gives relaxation.

Hair spa treatments can be quite time consuming and expensive. I am very particular about hair care and used to take regular hair spas. Needless to say, it was quite a dent in the budget. This led me to do a quick search online for some cheaper alternatives. And then I came across home hair spa treatment. It didn’t look like much effort on my part and required simple ingredients which are generally available at home. So I tried the simple beer hair treatment at first. The results were encouraging. Now I don’t spend money in salons and do hair spa at home regularly.

Have the benefit of hair spa without splurging too much in salons by doing hair spa at home. There are different kinds of hair spas which you can do at home using different ingredients which are nourishing for hair. Here are some homemade hair spa treatments:

Olive Oil Massage

Olive oil is considered to be very good for hair. Massage sufficient amount of olive oil on your hair gently and leave it for twenty minutes. Soak a cotton towel in warm water and squeeze it. Now wrap this towel around your hair and leave it for ten minutes so that your hair are benefited by the steam. You canalsouse the hair steamer. Follow it up with a mild shampoo and rinse well.

Eggs Hair Mask

Eggs are rich in protein and help in hair nourishment and preventing hair damage. Mix one egg in coconut oil and apply it on the hair as hair mask. Wrap the hair with a towel (soaked in warm water & squeezed) and leave it for 20-25 minutes. Use a mild shampoo afterwards. It’s better to wash the hair with cold water so that the smell of eggs can be removed from the hair easily. This is one of my favorite masks. It leaves hair so smooth and silk. However the smell of eggs is a put off.

Ripe Banana Mask

Banana prevents split ends and helps in softening the hair. Take a ripe banana, a small cup of olive oil and one egg white and mix it properly using a blender. Apply this hair mask on the hair and leave for twenty minutes. Wash your hair using a mild shampoo and conditioner. This mask is good for you if you are facing the problem of split ends.

Make no mistake, most women are well aware that they've never had it so good; when they enter a spa or salon, it is purely a hair/nails thing, a prelude to an evening of guilt-free fun.

— Julie Burchill

Milk and Honey Mask

Milk and Honey Mask is very simple to use. Mix a tablespoon of honey in a glass of raw milk and apply it on the hair & massage gently. Leave for fifteen minutes and then wash the hair using a mild shampoo and conditioner.

Apple Cider Vinegar Hair Treatment

Mix equal parts of apple cider vinegar and water in a spray bottle. Spray this mixture on your hair and leave it for 5-7 minutes. Then wash with shampoo and conditioner. This is a very easy treatment to do which instantly helps in controlling frizzy hair and softens the hair while adding shine to them.

It's a good idea always to do something relaxing prior to making an important decision in your life.

— Paulo Coelho

Beer Hair Treatment

This is another super easy treatment for dry hair. Beer helps in moisturizing and strengthening the hair while adding shine to them. Shampoo your hair and then pour beer through your hair. Gently massage the hair and then rinse. Do the beer hair treatment only once in a week.

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Coconut Cream Mask

Coconut is very good for deep conditioning the hair. Buy coconut cream from the market or you can also make it at home by making a fine paste of coconut using a blender. Take a sufficient amount of coconut cream and gently apply on the hair. Massage for five minutes and then cover the hair with warm towel. Let the mask in your hair for about an hour and then wash the hair using a mild shampoo.

All the above hair treatments are easily doable at home and the ingredients are easily available. So now you don’t have to shell out a lot of money at expensive hair salons. Instead you can have healthy and beautiful hair by doing these simple treatments in the comfort of your home.

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    • swalia profile imageAUTHOR

      Shaloo Walia 

      5 months ago from India

      Thanks Chitrangada! We rely too much on expensive products when we have so many easy home remedies which give better results.

    • ChitrangadaSharan profile image

      Chitrangada Sharan 

      5 months ago from New Delhi, India

      Excellent tips and suggestions for haircare!

      I do believe in natural and herbal treatments, and have tried some of those, you have mentioned in your article.

      Thanks for sharing this useful article!


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