Suggest a chemical free remedy for hair which are dry and bouncy.

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  1. Neha Sadana profile image85
    Neha Sadanaposted 5 years ago

    Suggest a chemical free remedy for hair which are dry and bouncy.

    What could I use on dry, somewhat rough and bouncy hair to make them look silky, straight and smooth. It would be great if you suggest a home treatment.

  2. Marketing Merit profile image97
    Marketing Meritposted 5 years ago

    Have you tried hot oil treatments?

    Most oils you have in your house would do the trick. I normally use vegetable oil or olive oil.

    Just heat the oil until it's hand hot and massage into the ends of your hair. Don't use it too close to the scalp as it is too heavy and will make your hair look greasy.

    You then want to cover your head. I use cling film (plastic wrap in US?) or you could use a shower cap. Then cover with hot towels. Leave for 15 minutes to an hour, depending upon the condition of your hair.

    Once a week for this treatment is more than enough.

    I know this isn't what you asked, but I have been experiencing the same problem and have had great results with Moroccan Oil. I just massage a little into my damp hair, just before blow drying. It's relatively expensive for what it is, but far less hassle.

    Best of luck with this! wink

  3. jenniferlynn78 profile image61
    jenniferlynn78posted 5 years ago

    Organic coconut oil works well. Heat a tbls. up and lather it into your hair with warm water let it sit and then rinse it. It will be greasy for awhile so it's best to shampoo also...it takes a few weeks but it works.

    Organic Apple Cider Vinegar helps too. Add 1tsp. to a glass of cold water 2-3x a day. It's awful tasting but it does really work.

    I have used both and they both make you lose weight, help hair and nails to grow, and make your skin smoother. Both remedies are free of chemicals and take a few weeks to work! I have had very successful results with the vinegar.

  4. lupine profile image73
    lupineposted 5 years ago

    Try putting mayonaisse on it, only on the hair, not on the scalp because it will make it oily. Pin it up in a bun. Leave it on at least 30 minutes, then add warm water and shampoo.

 
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