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Hair - Home made Shampoos and Conditioners
 
Though a large number of shampoos and conditioners are available in market they are too expensive beyond the reach of people of low/ middle income group. We can make these at our home if we spare little time and put some efforts.

Egg Hair Conditioner

1 egg (beaten)
2 tbsp caster oil
1 tsp vinegar
1 tsp glycerin

Mix all items and beat well. Massage in to the hair roots. Wash off with lukewarm water.
 
 
Egg Shampoo

1 ……egg yolk
1 ……teaspoon of baby oil
½ cup.. water

Mix the above ingredients together and apply. Massage in to the head. Wash off with lukewarm water.


Chamomile Shampoo

1 tablespoon pure soap flakes or liquid
1 teaspoon borax
1 ounce powdered chamomile flowers,
3 tablespoons vinegar (white)
5 ounce boiled and cooled water

Mix the ingredients together in a bowl and then pour into a sterilized bottle. Shake well before use. Massage in to the head. Wash off with lukewarm water.

 
Avocado Hair Conditioner

Avocado paste….1cup
Egg yolk………….2 Egg

Beat the egg and mix well with avocado. Massage in to the head. Wash off with lukewarm water.

 
Wheat Hair Conditioner

Wheat germ oil………..1tsp
Milk……………………….1tbsp
Egg yolk …………………1 egg
Lemon juice ……………..1tsp
Glycerin …………………1tbsp
Water ……………………..1 cup

Beat egg and mix all other ingredients. Massage in to the head. Wash off with lukewarm water.
 
How to Shampoo Your Hair
• Brush or comb hair well to loosen dirt and dead skin cells from the head.
• Wet the hair with the help of a spray. It's important that the hair is damped thoroughly and evenly. Shampoo works best on very wet hair and conditioner works best on gently squeezed-out hair. (Not so wet)
• Pour a teaspoon of shampoo in your left hand and mix with little water.
• Massage this diluted shampoo gently into the roots with the right hand fingertips covering the whole of the head. Apply the shampoo starting at the front hairline, then the crown and the back.
• With the flat surface of the hand, work that shampoo into the bulk of the hair over the top layers.
 
 
• Rinse with water until shampoo has been completely washed off .Repeat the sequence if necessary.
• After shampooing, if your hair normally takes a long time to dry, wrap your hair in a towel and allow this to soak up the excess moisture. (Leave it on for 3 to 5 minutes to absorb moisture.)
• After about 10 minutes remove the towel and comb the hair gently.
• Do not use shampoo to wash your body.
• Do not wash your hair with soap or other detergents not formulated for the hair. They are highly alkaline and will upset your hair’s natural pH balance by stripping it of its natural oils.
• Bend your head while you are shampooing and massage your scalp. This will increase blood circulation to the scalp.
• Condition your hair after shampooing if your shampoo does not have a conditioner.
Frequency of use of shampoo depends on many factors. It is mainly based on type of hair and skin type and also environmental conditions. If the hair is greasy and atmosphere is dusty and climate is hot then you would need to wash it frequently, even alternate days. Frequent washing with mild and good quality shampoo is not harmful for the hair.
 
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