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5 Natural Ways to Get Healthy Shiny Hair

How to get shiny hair just like this?

How to get shiny hair just like this?

Our hair is exposed to numerous chemicals, pollution, humidity, the sun and so much more each day that it is no wonder that human hair becomes dry and rough like sand.

In times like this, there are still healthy, natural and chemical free ways to get shiny hair. You ask how to get healthy hair naturally? I am not going to write too long about this topic, but just remember these five ingredients can help you get healthy hair

  • Mayonnaise

You can use mayonnaise as a deep conditioner, leave on for an hour using a shower cap and rinse it off. For people with dry hair, rub mayonnaise onto your hair and scalp and work it until the tips. For people who have rather oily hair or scalp, avoid getting mayonnaise onto your scalp and work your way from the tips to as near as the baseline.

  • Eggs

Crack a few eggs depending on the length of your hair. Set aside the egg whites. Use the egg yolks and whisk them up with olive oil. Apply it on already wet hair and leave on for 5 minutes. Rinse off with cold water.

  • Honey

    home remedies for shiny hair

    home remedies for shiny hair

Make some honey lotion by combining 3 tablespoons of honey and a pint of water. Apply it onto hair and rinse thoroughly.

  • Avocado and Banana

Combine one avocado and one banana. Mash them and add in 1/2 tablespoon of almond oil. Massage the mixture onto your hair and leave on for one hour. Rinse off with lukewarm water.

  • Aloe Vera

Simply make use of 4 tablespoons of aloe vera  gel, 1 and 1/2 tablespoons of coconut oil and 3 tablespoons of plain yogurt. Mix well and apply the mixture onto your hair. Leave it on for 30 minutes and wash off thoroughly.

Sounds easy right? Yeah…I bet you will agree with me. Let me know how you feel after apply these on your healthy hair. To read more articles, remember to visit my blog site.


What You Should Know About Natural Antibiotics

Natural antibiotics

Natural antibiotics

Although there are quite a few antibiotics that are commercially available, there are also fruits, vegetables, spices and other natural products that contain naturally contain antibiotics.

Antibiotics help destroy or inhibit growth of certain bacteria – preventing them from escalating into full sickness or diseases. Here is a list of some of the best natural antibiotics.

  • Garlic

Garlic contains allicin which has the ability to destroy viruses and even fungi. It also has numerous antioxidants that can help destroy bacteria and make the immune system stronger.

  • Pau D’ Arco

Pau D’ Arco is often used and consumed as tea and is a local herb in South America. Some countries like the Philippines have made use of such herb in liniments and oils that are to be applied onto the skin. Pau D’ Arco contains lapachol which fights of infection by bacteria, fungi and virus.

  • Manuka Honey

    Garlic is one of the best natural antibiotics

    Garlic is one of the best natural antibiotics

Manuka Honey is native to Australia and New Zealand and is highly famed for its ability to kill bacteria. Manuka honey is often applied externally onto the skin and can fight off even the most lethal of bacteria and pathogen.

  • Myrrh

Myrrh has long been used due to its antiseptic, antiviral and antibiotic properties. It can be applied externally and can also be taken internally. Myrrh has been commonly used as wash for wounds and even as a natural mouth gargle.

  • Citricidal

Citricidal is extracted from the seeds of grapefruit and was first discovered in 1976 by Dr. Louis Parish. It is said to inhibit the growth of fungi, bacteria and virus.

If you find these information useful, please share to your friends and family so that they can benefit as well. More articles can be read at my site Natutral Health Care Reviews

Home Treatments and Preventive Measures for Dark Eye Circles

Dark eye circles

Dark eye circles

I am sure you know what dark eye circles means, right? If you do not know what it is, please continue to read. Dark eye circles are caused by several factors. For most people, dark circles are results of a lack in sleep. When a person lacks sleep, the skin becomes paler than usual giving other body parts with many nerves and blood vessels a bluish and darker tone.

Dark eye circles can also be caused by dehydration and iron deficiency. If your mother or your father has naturally dark eye circles, there’s a high chance that you will be having them too as dark eye circles are also hereditary.

Dark eye circles do not bring any type of harm in the body but it can be a very good downer for your self confidence. Here are a few treatments and preventive measures that you can do at home to prevent having dark eye circles.

  • Make sure that you get enough rest. That means eight hours of sleep a day – otherwise you’ll wake up looking like a panda bear.
  • Hydrate! Hydrate! Hydrate! There is no simpler way to prevent and get rid of dark eye circles than to keep count of your water intake. Make sure to drink at least eight glasses of water a day.
  • Place a spoon in the fridge for at least 15 minutes. Cover your eyes using the frozen spoon until the spoon gets back to normal temperature.
  • Boil some chamomile tea bags and let cool by rinsing with cold water. Hold it on your eyes for a good 20 minutes to reduce puffiness and lessen the dark shade.
  • Use ice cold cucumber slices and place them on your eyes to reduce puffiness and tighten up the skin in the eye area.

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See How Easily You Can Natural Homemade Deodorant

Homemade deodorant

Homemade deodorant

Who would survive a day without using deodorants? Probably no one unless of course you don’t sweat at all! People have their very own brands of deodorant that they have chosen after a crucial trial and error process that involves sweating and stinking in their armpits.

This is probably the main reason why it is quite difficult to persuade people to give natural products a try when it comes to deodorants. However, I found out that the following natural products are now making their way to the top on the list of must try natural homemade deodorants.

  • Baking Soda and Cornstarch

Simply mix 1/8 teaspoon of baking soda with little water and rub it onto your armpits. Baking soda will help prevent body odor without the use of chemicals. You may also mix baking soda and cornstarch (one part is to six) and place some on your armpits.

  • Lemon Juice

    Make your homemade deodorant from your kitchen

    Make your homemade deodorant from your kitchen

Oh yes! This favorite natural remedy is once again included in this list! Simply slice some lemon wedges and swipe them on your armpits. You should be careful in doing this though as it may sting if you rub in too much and if you have just shaven, plucked or waxed your armpits.

  • Homemade Deodorant by Amy Karol

Simply melt 3 tablespoons of shea butter, 3 tablespoons of baking soda, 2 tablespoons of cornstarch and 2 tablespoons of cocoa butter. Turn off the heat and add in essential oil and oil from 2 capsules of vitamin E. Let sit in the fridge and use as necessary.

Try this at home and see how it works for you and share your experience with my readers. Do not forget to read more articles from my blog Natural Health Care Reviews


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