All of us are used to biweekly shampooing, drying and hair setting, with hair styling products. Some of us use hair tonics and hair balsams. Some of these hair preparations are effective, some not, but they simplify a hair care problem. It's not deniable that professional hair preparations are effective when they are in professional hand.
Have you ever thought about natural way to care your hair? Herbal hair care can be very healthsome and effective.
The simplest way to use herbs is to rinse your hair with herbal infusions and herb teas (herb tea making requires boiling treatment, herbal infusion doesn’t). Use horse gowan, camomile, pot marigold, lime flowers for fair hair. Great nettle, common St. John's-wort, birch leaves are appropriate for dark hair. Hair rinsing invigorates and smooths your hair. Make 10-days courses of treatment once in two months.
Beyond that point you can use floral oils to invigorate hair-roots and to anticipate fragility of hair. It is generally admitted that burdock oil is best of all. Tepefy the oil and put it on your hair, but none too much, muffle up your head with shower cap or cellophane and warm towel. Keep it for two or three hours, or a whole night if your hair is very dry, fractured or damaged. Then wash your hair as usually, but use oil hair shampoo or wash twice to remove oil. You can also use castor oil, linseed oil, calendula oil or olive oil. All of them are appropriate for eyelashes and eyebrows.
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