Dry Hair: Don't Let Your Crowning Glory Dry

dry hair remedies
I don’t have dry hair but it's less shiny than when I was still in college. I've never dyed my hair but I had used hot oil treatment, once or twice before. I know that a less shiny hair will soon enough lead to a dry hair. For this reason, I take extra care of my crowning glory by avoiding harsh chemicals.

Wash Hair Every Other Day
One of the remedies I've read for dry hair is to wash it every other day. In other words, every day washing is not good since it removes the natural oils. Some experts suggested using a baby shampoo because of its less drying properties. But I just stick with my old shampoo. Then follow it up with conditioner.

Don’t rinse it with hot water
In addition, hot water for rinsing is not recommended because it removes the protective oils from your hair leaving it dry and undesirable.

Honey-and-egg Mask
They also suggested a honey-and-egg hair mask to be applied on hair, regularly. I haven’t tried it yet but the egg yolks are said to have a moisturizing property that is good for the hair and the honey itself provides polishing effect.

These and a lot more natural remedies I can use to prevent my hair from drying.

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2 comments:

EddieGarcia said...

That's some serious hair treatments, especially the eggs and honey. I hope you will use at least warm water to rinse the honey out. It could be a real mess with just cold water, don't you think? Since I'm a guy, I don't worry about my hair being dry. I wash it daily whether it needs it or not. It must be a guy thing. Thanks for the post!

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Jane Jane said...

EddieGarcia,

I haven't tried "honey mask" yet. It can be messy but doesn't matter if it can really treat dry hair. :)

Thanks for dropping by. :)

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