How can I get healthy hair

You can take MSM in tablet or capsule form.

Tip 11: Medicinal plants for beautiful and healthy hair

There are many medicinal plants such as B. nettle, nasturtium, ginger or rosemary, which you can use to promote the health and thus the beauty of your hair.

The medicinal plants can be massaged into the scalp in the form of a tincture. Or a tea is prepared that can be drunk but also used as a natural hair conditioner.

For example, a hair conditioner with chamomile tea is a proven home remedy for oily hair.

Chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla) is characterized by calming properties. The medicinal plant can also develop this effect when it is applied to the scalp, as it reduces sebum production in the sebum glands.

So that the chamomile tea conditioner can develop its full effect, you should use it once a week.

Heat about a liter of water and let four bags of chamomile tea steep in it for 10 minutes. After the chamomile tea has cooled, you can use it as a conditioner after actually washing your hair.

But it is also possible to make shampoos and other hair care products yourself. Just try the following recipe!

Tip 12: Vitamin oil pack for damaged hair

If the hair is damaged by external influences (e.g. cosmetics) and has lost its shine, the following vitamin oil pack can breathe new life into it.

The ingredients such as biotin, provitamin A, vitamin B 6, vitamin K, vitamin C and folic acid regenerate the scalp and make the hair shine again.

Ingredients:

  1. 1 tbsp rose hip seed oil
  2. 1 organic egg yolk
  3. ½ banana
  4. 1 teaspoon carotene oil (a sunflower or soybean oil with carotene or carrot extract)
  5. 5 drops of lemon essential oil

Preparation / application:

Mash the banana with a fork and stir in the remaining ingredients. Then apply the pack to dry hair and wrap your head with foil.

Leave the hair mask on for 1-2 hours and then wash your hair with a mild shampoo.

The vitamin oil pack is always used before shampooing. If you have very long hair, you can double the ingredients.

Apart from the rose hip seed oil or carotene oil mentioned in the recipe, there are of course many other valuable oils that you can use for an oil pack, for example olive oil, coconut oil or argan oil.

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