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Sunday, October 25, 2009

Cures For Aging Hair

Let's face it. It's not all about vanity when it comes to wanting shiny, shipshape hair. Our manes say a lot about us.

So undo all of that makes-you-look-old damage on the cheap with these three kitchen cures from the hair experts at

Culinary Conditioners
Who needs costly salon products when you can give your hair a little
TLC with these food-based treatments?

1. Eggs: To help strengthen and repair damage to hair follicles and give your hair a shine and body boost, mix a couple of eggs in a bowl like you're going to scramble them. Use the egg mixture as a conditioner after shampooing, allowing the mixture to soak in for a minute or two before rinsing.

2. Bananas: The potassium in this fruit can help soothe blow-dryer and chemical-induced damage. Mash a ripe banana into a smooth puree, and massage it into your locks. Let it sit about 15 minutes before rinsing.

3. Mayo: This sandwich staple can help soften coarse and bristly strands. Just apply a cup of the stuff to your hair when it's dry, and massage it into your scalp. Shampoo it out after about 15 minutes.


Rossel said...

ces, that's true. i have tried the egg and the mayo. both are good for the hair.

Mom of Four said...

Wow, I will do the eggs and the mayo, it might help my hair too..

shydub said...

Waaa dili ba kha mahurot ko na ug kaon labi na ang saging. Itried the egg before ces when i was in high school, perti mn kaginga kaayo. try daw ko na ang mayo aron mohumok akong mane waaaaa. thanks for the tips.