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We are brought up to believe that yoghurt or curd is wonderful as a food recipe and is popular as a beauty product for traditional India. It is no doubt this versatile dish is the first and the foremost remedy for beautiful, lush hair and to combat almost all the hair problems.
With Zinc, vitamin E, proteins and lactic acid present, yoghurt does wonders to your hair in myriad ways. Saying that, let’s have a look at this excellent hair care product that effectively promotes hair growth and strengthens it.
Keeping your hair healthy and avoiding breakage is an essential part of hair growth. And here, yoghurt simply comes as a boon. Rich in vitamin B5 and containing anti-bacterial agents, yoghurt is an excellent tonic to boost hair growth.
Mix 1 tablespoon of olive oil with 1 cup yoghurt and set aside. Make a mix of lemon juice and water in a jug. After you shampoo your hair, apply yogurt-oil hair mask to your damp hair and leave it on for 20 minutes. Next, rinse the hair with the cool or normal water (whatever suits you as per the outside temperature). Follow this up by rinsing your hair again with lemon water. Repeat the process for at least thrice a month. You are all set for a manageable hair after this.
The protein content in aloe vera and yoghurt keeps your hair hydrated by moisturising it. Amino acids in aloe vera help maintain healthy roots.
Make a mixture of yoghurt, honey and aloe vera. Apply the smooth paste on your hair from the roots to the tips of your hair in sections till your hair is entirely covered in the mixture. Leave for about 30-40 minutes. Wash off with lukewarm water. You can add a banana to this mask if you have dry hair. or strawberries if you have greasy hair. The pack is extremely beneficial for healthy hair growth.
Dandruff means irritated and flaky scalp which affects and actually damages your hair. So, the need of the hour is to have hair growth from a healthy scalp. Fenugreek and yoghurt together can weave magic into your hair. Anti-fungal properties of yoghurt unclog hair follicles and help tackle the dandruff issue. They are also the best-known ingredients to maintain scalp health.
Soak fenugreek seeds overnight. Grind the seeds in the morning and mix it with yoghurt. Apply the paste to your scalp and hair. Leave it in for half an hour and then rinse it with lukewarm water. You will find relief from the itching and scratching of your scalp.
Frizzy hair can be annoying as it averts hair growth and tends to fall more. Well, taming such hair is no walk in the park. But with yoghurt by your side, you can ward off the frizz and prevent the damage to the cuticles. Nutrients present in the rich and creamy yoghurt treat your dry hair and make it soft and shiny.
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Make a moisturising and conditioning hair pack using the pulp of a completely ripe banana. Leave the mixture on your hair for 20 minutes. Do it twice every week. This awesome recipe will combat the frizziness and control those fly-aways for sure.
It’s all because of the unhealthy scalp and clogging of follicles that you face hair fall or hair loss. So, what we need is to make your scalp healthy, which in turn will boost hair growth. Yoghurt, for its rich properties, can be useful to nourish the tissues and work excellently towards hair fall control.
Make a plain yoghurt hair pack. You can use fresh or sour yoghurt for this. After the application, massage the yoghurt on your scalp for around 5 minutes. Let it sit for an hour. Then, rinse with lukewarm water. It will damage-proof your hair and prevent it from falling.
Lactic acid and proteins in yogurt balance the pH levels and regulate sebum production in our scalp respectively. In short, yoghurt infuses protein into our locks and enhances hair growth.
Mix egg yolk and yoghurt for a deep conditioning protein treatment. Simply apply and massage the mixture into your hair. Let it sit for 20 minutes. Rinse and shampoo hair. You can apply this treatment every week. Rich-in-fats yolk and protein-rich yoghurt, together act as an excellent natural protein spa for your hair.
Strong hair roots and scalp means thick, manageable and shiny locks. Yoghurt is known for strengthening the roots of your hair and eventually promoting hair growth.
Mix some pepper powder with yoghurt and apply all over your scalp. After 20 minutes, wash off with tepid water. Do it once every week to get the best results. This could be your natural remedy to fight hair fall.
Split ends too have a bad effect on hair preventing the proper growth and shine. Yoghurt can prevent your hair from such damages caused due to stress, pollution, harsh water and chemical treatments.
Take some yoghurt, castor oil and cream. Apply the paste with the brush on your roots and hair. Let it remain for half an hour and then wash off with tepid water. Repeat the process once a week. This mixture will not only relieve you from split ends but will also confer your hair with a gorgeous lustre.
Poor digestion and hair loss is directly related. Be it stomach upset, indigestion or bloating; if you are facing these problems on a regular basis, there are chances it damages your hair. Well, the good bacteria in yogurt help boost your overall digestive system. It is said that it helps absorb nutrients from the meal one eats. No wonder, consuming a cup of yoghurt daily aids in digestion and helps keep your intestines clean.
You can have the yoghurt plain with your chapattis or rice, or you can go for lassi (sweet) or buttermilk (salty chaach) as a stress buster or mood lifters. You can go for yoghurt and mony lassi as well for the clear stomach. So, now you have a reason to have yoghurt with every meal.
So girls, it’s time to give your hair a much-needed yoghurt treatment with pointers we have rolled out for you. Do let us know if you find these as great ideas to treat your hair for growth issues. Drop your comments below and do let us know more about hair problems and growth.
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