Homemade Remedies for Split Ends?

Homemade Remedies for Split Ends?

Hair is the most important part of the human body, without hair, you can not imagine to yourself. And to protect them from harsh chemicals and sunrays is almost the biggest task in that only. Our hair becomes rough and patchy when spilt end starts to appear on the ends of the hair tail. So here are some home remedies for a split end.

  1. Egg

One of the ever best remedies to make your strands free from split ends, dryness and dullness are the application of egg. There are various ways, in which, the egg can be applied to your hair.

You can apply egg mixed with olive oil/almond oil and honey as a hair mask, and wash off after 30-45 minutes.

A beaten egg with a spoon of water can also be applied as shampoo.

You can also pour orange juice and a banana in two eggs and apply as a hair mask. Keep it for 30 minutes and wash off.

These remedies are really effective in treating your hair from the problem of split ends.

  1. Papaya

Take a ripe papaya and half cup of yogurt. Blend them to get a pulpy paste. You can apply this as a hair mask for about 30 minutes and wash off. This will give your hair sheen and solace from split ends.

  1. Castor Oil

Massage your hair with castor oil, mixed with mustard and olive oil, to get split ends free hair. Keep it for 30 minutes, and wrap with a towel or shower cap. Afterward, rinse it off with shampoo.

  1. Cream

Mix a tbsp of cream with half cup of milk. Whisk it thoroughly. Apply this mixture to your hair for 15 minutes and wash it out.

  1. Honey

Honey is a great treatment for split ends. Mix a spoon full of honey and some curd. Give a massage to your hair with this mix, especially at the hair ends. Let this mixture stay on your strands for 20 minutes and rinse it out afterward. This mixture will not only relieve you from split ends but will also confer your hair with a gorgeous lustre.


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