Not everyone can access a luxurious and expensive treatment in the salon every time your hair needs some pampering and care. Also, some people prefer to improve their hair at home, in private, and would rather not have to pay a pretty penny for it.
– sage tea
– apple cider vinegar
– catnip ivy
– Make a scalp massage. Something as simple and easy so these scalp massages to stimulate circulation which, in turn, promotes the growth and health of hair. Rinse your hair with a combination of sage tea and apple cider vinegar. Other suggestions: rinse your hair with chamomile tea or catnip ivy. Both relieve itchy scalp, which can cause hair loss as well as discomfort and irritation.
– Prepare a paste of licorice and milk. First ground licorice and then add it to the milk. Apply the paste to any bald spot or thinning hair on your scalp – this will induce hair growth.
– Apply some mayonnaise in your hair and let it sit for a few minutes before removing. Mayonnaise is a good hair conditioner.
– Apply beer. According to David Daines, owner of David Daines Salon in NYC, beer is a setting lotion frontline and will leave your hair looking shiny and healthy. Put some beer in a spray bottle and once you’ve washed and dried your hair, apply beer after.
– Squeeze a leaf from your aloe plant and mix with a little coconut milk and wheat germ oil, creating a shampoo. The aloe helps balance the pH level of the scalp while cleansing the pores.
– Mix 4 ounces (150 ml) of almond oil (or sesame oil) with a few drops of essential oil of lavender and rub the mixture into your hair. Let it sit for 15 minutes and then rinse. Aromatherapists use this technique to stimulate the scalp, promoting health and growth.
– Add a cup of water, 1 teaspoon of wheat germ oil and 1 teaspoon of lemon juice. To this mixture, add 1 tablespoon of glycerin and 1 tablespoon of milk. This mixture is a great hair conditioner.