Hair Split Ends Home Remedies – Treatments & Prevention

 

Split Ends Home Remedies

Your hair is part of your body so just like body hair will also have problems when you ignore it. Hair split ends is a common problem that we face. When hair lacks moisture or doesn’t get enough nourishment, you will get split ends.  Since this is a common problem here we are sharing split ends home remedies, treatments, and precaution to prevention.

There are plenty of reasons to hair split ends,

  • UV exposure
  • Dust
  • Pollution
  • Chemicals
  • Blow drying
  • harshly shampooing
  • Straightening
  • hair colors
  • Bleaching

The last thing we do when the happening split ends is having the hair cut or trim our hair. Hair trimming is important, it’s good to have healthy hair without split ends.

Here are Some Split Ends Home Remedies

Egg Yolk

For the best results mix egg with olive oil, coconut oil, and honey.

Honey

Honey is another best split ends home remedies. It’s a best friend of your hair, body, and skin. Honey prevents from getting dry scalp using its power of humectant. It also has anti-bacterial properties which help to keep you a clean scalp. Mixing honey olive oil, egg your and curd, will give you excellent results.

Beer

Well, this is kinda weird, but don’t you think anything if it’s fixing split ends? Beer provides protein and sugar to damaged hair follicles and it helps to remove split ends. After shampooing apply flat beer, leave it 3-4 minute and wash off.

Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is extremely well-known split ends home remedies. Removing dirt on scalp and smoothening hair it solves many hair problems including split ends, hair fall, dullness. Warm coconut oil has the best results. Just massage your scalp and hair with coconut oil, keep at least 2 hours and then rinse well.

How to prevent split ends

  • Get Regular Trimming at least per month
  • Apply  Conditioner every time you wash hair
  • Oil Your Hair Before shampooing
  • Use Wide Tooth Comb
  • Dry Hair Gently without using a blow-dryer
  • Reduce/ avoid Use Of Heat Appliances

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Chamodi Weerasekara

There are so many things you can fall in love with when it comes to sewing –like gorgeous fabrics, unique designs, fantasizing the next dress you are going to make, and that awesome feeling when you create something just by yourself. Sewing is my big fashion. I love sharing my sewing knowledge and inspire all the women out there.

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