Inadequate brushing, using industrial dyes, certain hair treatments, chemicals used in straightening, and constantly using a flat iron are just a few of the things that make your hair frizz.
When your hair gets very dry and begins to look frizzy and damaged, you might have a long and expensive process ahead of you to correct it. However, there is a natural way to fight frizzy hair.
It’s a capillary mask made from corn starch that restores damaged hair, by giving it volume and nourishing the fibers.
This mask can be applied to any type of hair, and works for both curly hair and straight hair. Look at how simple this recipe is:
2 tablespoons corn starch
1 teaspoon pure honey
3/4 liter of filtered water
1 tablespoon of oil (either almond, argan, olive or coconut oil)
1 tablespoon of natural conditioner (whatever you have at home)
Stir the corn starch until dissolved. Then lower the heat and stir until it thickens. Turn off the heat and wait for it to cool down. Add the remaining ingredients and mix well to form a smooth cream.
Apply to dry, unwashed hair. Massage the entire length of the hair. Make sure you apply it to the scalp too. Cover you head with a shower cap.
Apply this mask before bedtime. Wash your hair as normal the next day.
It’s important to remember that those with an oily scalp shouldn’t apply the cream to their scalp. They should simply put the cream on their hair.
Use this treatment once a week.
You can also use this recipe as a regular hair conditioner.
This capillary mask also works well as a massage cream for your hair. Just apply the mask to the hair and leave it for 25 minutes. Finally, wash it out with a little shampoo.
If you’d like quicker results, use the cream three times a week.
Now that you know how to make your own treatment for damaged hair, take advantage of the corn starch and moisturize your hair with this home remedy.
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