Tips for Hair Care from the East

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The hair care requires great diligence and persistence. Here are some Eastern beauty recipes that you can use.

Figs have healing substances that are content in the dried fruit more concentrated, so it is good to consume them in moderation. Fig’s dried fruit in general strengthen hair. However, in order to achieve the effect desired you need at least a month. Cut into pieces or grind 2-3 dried fruit. Pour a cup of milk into a separate pot, put in the figs, stir and put it on the stove, cover with a lid.

When the mixture starts to boil, reduce the temperature to minimum degrees and leave to boil while stirring until you get a homogeneous mixture. Leave to cool down. Before washing, divide your hair into strands and put the mixture on the roots, and then apply the rest along the entire hair length. Wrap with a plastic cap, and above – with a towel. In an hour, wash your head with a soft shampoo suitable for your hair type.

Raisins effectively help against hair loss. Take a handful of raisins (preferably light ones). Put them into a pot and pour half a liter of boiling water. Cover tightly with a lid and cook for 10-15 minutes over low heat, then leave it for about two hours in order for the raisins to swell. Then strain the decoction into a separate container – the liquid is ready for the mask. Smash the raisins until you get a mash and put into a ceramic pot adding 1 yolk, 1 teaspoon of honey, 1 teaspoon of apricot oil, half a teaspoon of salt (salt melts into the raisins mixture). Everything is mixed well. If the mixture is too thick, add a little of the decoction and stir. Before washing, apply it on your head the same way as described in the first recipe above. Just in 40-50 minutes, wash your head with a shampoo and then rinse with acidified water (1 teaspoon of citric acid per water basin). It is recommended to make this mask once a week for a period of a month and a half.

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