Homemade soap – the secret of the gorgeous hair

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А homemade soap and an easy mask will help you to get rid of your hair problems


The combination of a homemade soap with a hair mask that we offer to your attention will do a great job with your damaged hair. If you suffer from oily and exhausted hair, now is the time to solve this troublesome problem. Make those around you jealous. That which you could achieve at home will surpass even your wildest expectations.


Tip: Do not wash your hair too often. The more often you bathe your hair, the more unpleasant and profound becomes the problem. The hairs get greasy very quickly when the hair is washed daily.


Homemade mask for oily hair


Prepare: one egg, lemon juice, baking soda and yogurt. Take some amount of yogurt depending on the length of your hair and mix it with one tablespoon of baking soda. Separate the yolk from the white of an egg and use only the egg white.


It is added to the yogurt and soda, as you previously have beaten the egg whites to snow. If your hair is very long, you can use 2 or 3 egg whites. Finally add the lemon juice. You should stir until you get a homogeneous mixture.


Mostly you must rub the mask in the roots. It is then applied over the entire length. Stay so within approximately an hour and rinse with water only (no shampoo). The procedure is done twice a week for a month or two. Replace the shampoo for hair with homemade soap.


At the beginning it would be a little difficult to get used to that, but eventually you will realize that your hair has acquired a completely different appearance. After washing with homemade soap, pour over with apple cider vinegar. The hair becomes soft, shiny and times stronger.


Any homemade soap works great on the hair. Replace it with the shampoo and forget about the expensive products for hair. Make the mask with yogurt twice a week and within a month you will see that it was worth it.

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