Monsoon and hair problems just hold hand in hand and create a lot of havoc. Who doesn't want to shake their legs in rain? But here lies the main problem, the chemicals that get mixed in the rain water will damage the scalp and further makes you worry for enjoying the cool breeze. To make your hair look shiny and healthy, one definitely need to find natural ways.
So, we EeYuva are here with 3 amazing yet simple methods to eliminate the hair issues in this cool climate... Have a look!
1. Neem Leaves
Nothing much to do… Take a saucepan and pour 2-3 cups of water into it. Then drop a cup of neem leaves and leave it boiling for a few minutes. Thereafter simmer the flame and leave until the water level reduces to half.
After the water gets cool down, just pour it over your scalp and hair. Do remember this hair wash method should be done after shampooing. This way the antibacterial properties of neem leaves will eliminate bacteria from your mane.
2. Onion Juice
Freshly extract the juice from onions and then apply it on to your scalp. Let it stay for a while and then wash off with tepid water. Then go with shampooing and conditioner.
If you are worried with the smell, mix 2-3 drops of rose water and then apply the onion juice. Along with the anti-bacterial properties and special compounds present in onions, the essential nutrients present in it will act as weapons against the bacteria and all other foreign particles.
From strengthening the hair to curbing hair fall, it does everything that is needed to own a healthy mane.
Well, there is nothing much to do! Just take hold of a cup of yoghurt and apply it on to your hair and scalp. Wash off after 15 minutes and then go for shampooing and conditioner.
Yoghurt protects the hair from acidic damage of rain water. The essential nutrients, minerals and compounds present in this dairy product will kill the lice, dandruff and other particles. This way you can keep your scalp healthy and also clear the hair issues from root level itself.
So girls, hope these simple methods will help you protect hair from the rain damage and monsoon hair problems…
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