DIY Head Mask

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 05 Dec 2018 11:42:40


 

Chiranjiv Chhabra, Director and Consultant Dermatologist at Skin Alive Dermatology and Aesthetics also has some inputs to share:Oil your hair regularly & properly: You should regularly oil your hair as it nourishes the scalp, cleanses dirt and dead cells. Almond oil is an effective hair cleanser, keeps hair healthy and facilitates hair growth as it is rich in Vitamin E. Try some do it yourself hair masks
Ingredients: 1 Banana (it nourishes and repairs hair); Whole milk (moisturizer); Cocoa Powder - 2 teaspoons (moisturizes)

Method:

Step 1- Peel and break banana and put them into the bowl, mash whole banana with a fork to get a fine pulp.

Step 2 - Add enough whole milk to thin out the banana mixture. Add two teaspoons of cocoa powder, wisk all the ingredients in the bowl to form a nice smooth paste.

Step 3 - Apply the mask on dry hair with a dye brush, and leave it for 20-30 minutes once a week with a dye brush to get perfect results.

Step 4 - Wash your hair with a cleansing mild shampoo and let air dry your hair. Usage of right shampoo and conditioner: You should always use a shampoo according to your hair type. If your hair is oily and greasy then you should use oil-free shampoos which will make your hair less oily. For dry hair, you should always use a conditioner or a moisturising shampoo to protect your hair from frizzing up. Add extra protection for your hair: You should keep your scalp well protected in terms of both physical protection and nourishment before stepping out of house. You can use a sunscreen serum or spray to protect your hair from harmful UV rays and toxins.