How to Make Oil For Hair At Home

Pollution and increased chemical exposure have affected your long hairs in a way that makes you thing the damages are irreversible? Salon visits are expensive and products that are sold in markets are no longer effective? Good news is you can forget about all these and go back to grandma’s advice with natural remedies that will make your hair feel like new.

The secret is in oil! “Oil your hair and oil it regularly”.

What you may think is beyond repair can be fixed with just a few drops of oil massaged in the hair on a regular basis.

Try making hair oils at home for the best results. They will solve the most common hair problems like damaged hair, hair fall or gray hair.

  1. Amla Hair Oil. This is an ancient beauty secret. The vitamins from the oil will minimize hair loss and graying. To make it at home, mix 120 grams of amla powder, 1 litre of water and 250 ml of coconut oil.

Combine the powder with water and boil until half the liquid is evaporated. In another pan you need to put the coconut oil and the other half of powder as well as the mixture from the first pan. Reduce the flame and let it simmer slowly. After all this is done, you will see the oil appear yellow and transparent. Once it’s done, strain the oil and store the oil in a container or bottle.

  1. Curry leaves and coconut oil. This oil will fight graying process and restore melanin, especially the pigment that gives hair its natural black color. Rich in vitamin B, the curry leaves also boost hair growth. Coconut oil makes your hair strong. You will only need a handful of curry leaves and 3-4 tablespoon of coconut oil.

Place the leaves and the coconut oil in a saucepan and heat until a black residue is formed. Then, turn off the flame. You need to let the oil cool. After it cools down, apply it on your hair and scalp and massage gently. Leave it for an hour and rinse it off with regular shampoo and cold water. Apply the oil at least twice a week for the best results.

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