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Sunday, May 3, 2015

5 Natural Hair Care Tips For Oily Hair

Hello Friends!!!

My scalp is very oily, if you will see my hair on second you feel like I have applied lots of oil. When my hair was short I used to wash them every day but know as I have long hair so it is not possible to wash them. I keep using different remedies to treat my oily hair. Sharing them so that if you have same problem then you can also treat it.


                                               
Oily hair care tip# 01 – Vinegar

1. In a glass of water add 1 tsp. of malt vinegar and salt. Apply it on your scalp and massage well.

2. Leave it for 30- 35 minutes. Repeat this once in a week.

Oily hair care tip# 02 - Mint leaves

1. In a glass of water put one handful of mint leaves. Boil this for 15 - 20 min.

2. Add this to your shampoo and use as usual.

Oily hair care tip# 03 - Lemon and aloe vera

1. In a bowl mix 1/2 tsp. Aloe vera gel and 1 tsp. lemon juice. Mix this well and add to your regular shampoo.

2. Apply on your hair and leave it for 8-10 minutes. Then rinse it off.

Oily hair care tip# 04 - Watercress

1. In 1 cup of water take a handful of watercress leaves. Mix this in blender. Heat this in a pan for 10 minutes.

2. Strain the liquid and allow it cool down. Pour this liquid on wet hair.

3. After 20 minutes rinse your hair.


Oily hair care tip# 05 -
Natural Henna Powder


1. In a bowl add 2 tsp. yogurt and 2 tsp. lemon juice to 1/2 cup of natural henna or mehandi powder. Add a little water.

2. Apply this on scalp and hair. Leave for half an hour and rinse it off.

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6 comments:

  1. Hi,
    I hope you wont mind me asking u that I have oily + rough hairs. By rough i mean fizzy, dull look, but if i dnt wash them everyday , they look like i have oiled them. I also want to have long hair but the length has stagnated. :( Any post of yours for such problem.

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    1. Hey Nimi! Thanks for writing me.. I will definitely do a post on this.. Keep reading :)

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  2. I love this, definitely going to try a few out as my hair is starting to get more oily now that the weather is getting warmer. I like using vinegar and baking soda. My hair stays clean for days and it feels so much lighter

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    1. Thanks Sophie for stopping by my blog :) Keep reading :)

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