Modern media certainly has gotten its hold on the way of how we take care of ourselves. There is always this and that product which preaches total cure on whatever it is that problems us. Hair care is no different as there are numerous products that are readily available at a moment’s notice which vies for our attention, promising us the heavens if only we reach out for them.
But there is another way for us to consider, with regards to the general well-being of our heads that we must take into consideration. It is the natural way of dealing with problems that prop up during every day living, that we somehow forgotten along the way. Certainly our ancestors didn’t have the products that are apparently available now, but still they have dealt with the same problems and solved them in their own way, the natural way.
Here are several examples of the natural ways of dealing with problems we encounter with our full head of hair, it may be noteworthy if we give them a chance the next time we encounter said problems, who knows, they might even be better than the advertised ones.
Try putting whole egg yolks to the scalp and hair to treat severely dry hair. Place one half cup of egg yolks directly on top of the head and massage into the scalp and the length of the hair. Leave on for twenty minutes and rinse off thoroughly with cool water, shampoo normally after the process. Repeat once a month for great results.
There are many remedies for dry scalp which you can choose from depending on your preference but the most effective one is with the use of a lemon and olive oil. The lemon’s acidity will take care of any loose dandruff and flakes while also dislodging tough to remove scabs on scalp, while the olive oil will take care of moisturizing the area preventing the further occurrence of such which is really due to dry scalp.
Mix two parts lemon juice, two parts olive oil, and two parts water into a mixture and place directly on the scalp, massaging it thoroughly so that it will be absorbed by the hair and the scalp fully. Leave on for thirty minutes and shampoo thoroughly afterwards. The process can be repeated every other week for best results.
For oily hair, fill out an empty salt or pepper shaker full of cornmeal and shake all the contents into the head, making sure it reaches the scalp and other hard to reach areas. Leave on for ten minutes or until the oil in the scalp has been thoroughly absorbed by the flakes, brush it all off afterwards. Process could be repeated every other day until the oil in the scalp normalizes.
Massage in half a cup of honey into the head making sure it reaches the scalp. Wait for twenty minutes, rinse with warm water and shampoo thoroughly. You can mix in a tablespoon of olive oil into the honey if you are having problems with removing the honey from your head.