Moms Remedies for frizz-free hair

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There are numerous things you can do to tame it, beginning with eating right and drinking enough water. When you have those two things down, you have to treat your hair with compelling Mom's Remedies. 

Home Remedies for Frizzy Hair

1. Coconut Oil & Vitamin E
You Will Need

• 1 part vitamin E oil
• 4 parts of organic cold-pressed coconut oil

1. Mix both the oils and pour it into an air-tight container to be stored.
2. Take 2-3 tablespoons of the oil depending on the length of your hair.
3. Apply it all on your scalp and through the length of your hair.
4. Wash your hair after about 40 minutes.
How Often?
Apply this oil once or twice a week.
Vitamin E is rich in antioxidants that help fight free radicals and prevent damage while coconut oil has penetrative properties that deep condition your hair

2. Banana
You Will Need
• 1 ripe banana
• 2 teaspoons honey
• 1/3 cup coconut oil/almond oil

1. Mash the banana until there are no lumps and to it add the honey and oil to form a smooth paste.
2. Apply the mixture all over your scalp and hair, and leave it on for 20-25 minutes.
3. Rinse thoroughly with shampoo and conditioner.

How Often?
Use this mask once a week for extremely frizzy hair

Bananas are great for hair conditioning, especially when it is combined with honey is the mask your hair deserves.

3. Beer
You Will Need
1 pint of beer

1. Pour your beer into a bowl. Let it sit overnight until it goes flat.
2. Wash your hair with shampoo and then pour the beer through your hair while massaging your scalp.
3. Rinse the beer out with cold water.

How Often?
Repeat this once in two weeks.

Not only does beer restore moisture, but it also nourishes your hair with its rich content of proteins and B vitamins. It is also used as a cleansing rinse that removes build-up; this helps keep your cuticles healthy.

4. Lemon & Honey
You Will Need
• 2 tablespoons lemon juice
• 2 tablespoons honey
• 1 cup of water

1. Combine all the ingredients and pour it through freshly washed hair.
2. Massage your scalp for a couple of minutes and then let the mixture sit for an additional 10 minutes.
3. Rinse with lukewarm water and shampoo.
How Often?
Use this hair mask once every two weeks. Ensure that you use other conditioning hair masks during the rest of the week.
The mask removes dirt and grime from the hair shaft which improves cuticle health; reducing frizz. The rich vitamin C content also helps boost hair growth while the bleaching agents can give you some natural and subtle highlights.

5. Aloe Vera
You Will Need
• 1/4 cup aloe vera gel
• 1/4 cup carrier oil

1. Combine the Aloe gel with a carrier oil of your choice.
2. Apply the mixture to your scalp and through the length of your hair.
3. Leave it in for 20-30 minutes and then wash off with shampoo and condition.

How Often?
You can use this mask up to twice a week.

Aloe vera is perhaps the best element for saturating. In mix with a carrier oil, it frames a defensive layer over your cuticles that limit the moisture loss, giving you hair that is delicate, smooth, and sparkly.

Frizzy Hair Hacks
1. A Good Haircut
A decent hairstyle is the most ideal approach to control bunched up hair. Get your hair cut at regular intervals. Maintain an easy hairstyle. Cutting off the damaged hair gives your hair a healthy and lustrous look.
2. Shampoo And Conditioner
Look for labels that say “moisturizing,” or “hydrating.” Use a gentle shampoo that is free of sulfates. Use a hydrating conditioner and apply it from the mid-lengths to the tips of your hair. Leave it in your hair for a few minutes before you rinse it out.
3. Anti-Frizz Products
Utilising a leave-in conditioner or hair serum can have an immense effect on how much your hair frizzes up as you start your day.
4. Hot Oil Massage
It re-establishes radiance to your hair and smoothes the area, avoiding frizz.

What To Avoid?
• Hot water for hair is a no-no. Heat causes the cuticles to rise, making it frizz up.
• Go easy with the heat styling tools. Heat causes damage, and if your hair is already frizzy, it is best avoided.
• Cotton pillowcases are a big no-no. They soak up the moisture from your hair while you sleep. Counter this by investing in some satin pillow covers.
• Do not cleanser more than thrice seven days. Most shampoos contain sulfates that strip your hair of dampness.
• Do not towel dry your hair. The grating from it makes the cuticles to rise and makes your hair unpleasant and inclined to breakage.

There you have it—the guide to keep your hair tame as you go about your day.

Written by -

Shivani Sharma