Lemon is famous for Vitamin C, but lime it’s also a nice for hair. The ancient Egyptians used lemon as a shampoo to remove dirt and grease from the hair. The astringent and toning qualities of lemon make it highly beneficial for those with oily hair. Its wonderful citrusy aroma is refreshing, and will leave your hair feeling super soft and clean. And there is so much more to this juicy little fruit.
Lime juice makes an excellent clarifying hair rinse. It helps rid your hair of any build up and re-establishes the pH balance of your scalp. This refreshing rinse also helps close the cuticles along the hair shaft, leaving hair shiny, smooth, and manageable.
Most of the time all your hair needs is a little pampering. The natural oils are your most humble choice. It reminds me of my childhood days when oil treatment was an essential part of hair grooming. Having had the luxury of oil massage, my hair can be very grouchy without it.
When it comes to hair care, coconut oil is ubiquitous in many Indian households. For centuries Indian women have rejoiced in their long thick beautiful hair. The good old coconut oil has been a regular part of their hair care regime. Over the last decade, coconut oil has garnered lot of attention in the western countries, and for good reason. The benefits of coconut oil for hair care is now supported by scientific studies. According to one stu
Do you want thick, shiny, beautiful hair? Flax seeds might be the answer to great looking hair. Flax seeds – also known as linseeds, jawas, and alsi – are a rich source of omega-3, vitamin B1, manganese, copper, and dietary fiber. They are also a good source of phosphorous, magnesium, and selenium. Flax seeds can be brown or golden in colour and have a wonderful nutty flavour. The good news is that they are easy to find and super-affordable. S
Not just mere accessory, your hair is a reflection of your health. So if your hair is in a bad shape, the first question you should be asking yourself is ‘am i eating the right foods’. Nutrition plays a vital role in how your hair looks and feels. Although the hair that comes out of the scalp is practically dead, the hair follicle that is located deep inside the scalp is very much alive. So if you are not eating the right foods, and as a resul
Hair loss? And nothing works. This may be why… According to ayurveda one of the reasons of hair loss is over-active pitta dosha. Generally, that means there is too much heat in the body. In fact the word pitta is derived from the sanskrit word tapa, which means to heat. Pitta governs our metabolism and digestion, and transforms food into the nutrients or energy that the body needs. When it is out of balance you see a flare up of heat in
Summer is the perfect time to hang out at the beach. The weather is warm and the water is calling your name. One thing that could halt all that fun in the sun is the damage your curls will take on from the drying salt water, sun, and humid air. Avoid this fate with these tips on protecting your hair at the beach!
What you eat each day not only affects your health, it can make a huge difference in the way your hair looks and feels. While taking individual vitamins and mineral may be of some benefits, it’s eating the real whole foods that will supply hair with all that it needs to remain healthy, strong and lustrous… Besides, taking isolated or synthetic vitamins can also cause unwanted side effects. For example, biotin supplements can cause acne, nau
Farha asks: Hi I have tried your reetha-shikakai shampoo. It works fine but since I got an extremely oily scalp could you please suggest me what can I use for oily scalp? Also, I have dandruff too.
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