Say Goodbye to Split Ends Naturally

Split ends are one of the most common hair problems that girls and women of every age have to face as their hair grow longer. As our hair age they start losing their ability to hold moisture and elasticity and this leads to stiff hair, which easily break into split ends. Chopping the hair off is a good solution but not every woman would want to chop off her priceless hair. There are numerous products available for sale in the market today, which help you get rid of split ends. However, most of them are full of toxic chemicals and make your hair dull and lifeless if you use them for a long time. Here are some natural remedies to get rid of those nasty split ends.

  1. Avocado

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Avocados are one of the best natural ingredients, which are mainly used in skin and haircare products. Avocado is full of nutrients that are good for your hair. They are rich in proteins, vitamins and healthy fats needed to make your hair look gorgeous. For application make smooth paste of olive oil and avocado, apply it and leave it for few hours. Wash with normal water.

  1. Olive Oil

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 Olive oil has been used since ages for food, skin and haircare. It has uncountable properties and it works as a natural conditioner as it hydrates your hair and hair follicles and moisturizes your scalp. It also increases the elasticity of your hair and makes them strong while lowering the rate of hair fall. Heat olive oil and gently massage it into your scalp and hair. Leave it overnight. Rinse it off with shampoo and use a conditioner.

  1. Mayonnaise

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 Why buy those expensive hair serums and products when you can get healthy hair with just using everyone’s favorite mayo? Mayonnaise is combination of natural oils, proteins, and some peculiar ingredients that revitalize and hydrate your hair. Presence of eggs in mayonnaise increases the volume and strengthens the hair roots. Apply an adequate amount of mayonnaise on your hair and scalp, leave it for 2-3 hours and rinse off with shampoo. Don’t forget to use a conditioner.

 

 

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