Lemon Juice For Hair

For people, who look after their health, lemon is considered one of the most important foods in the diet. Many of them will say that lemon tea helps to cure a sore throat or another cold in winter. But apart from that, lemon can also help our hair. What exactly can it give?

If you try to regularly rinse your locks with lemon juice, you will achieve a great shiny effect. Before the rinsing procedure, you need to mix the juice with a glass of water. It’s a good idea to add lemon juice to your favorite conditioner or balm. This will not spoil the product. Leave it on your head for a couple of minutes and then rinse it off. The ultimate result is sparkly and soft hair in barbershop on Manhattan.

Often people complain that their hair is not thick enough, and, most importantly, long hair. Lemon will come to the rescue. Mix lemon juice with olive oil, and spread the mixture evenly over the scalp. In addition, do not be lazy to do a light massage with your fingers. This procedure will provoke accelerated hair growth and prevent baldness in the future. Vitamin C is capable of strengthening hair follicles. To see results in a couple of weeks, massage your scalp regularly.

To make your curls thicker, mix citrus juice, a little honey, one yolk, olive oil, distribute the mask along the entire length. Hair should be damp. Leave the mask for half an hour before rinsing.

Dandruff is one of the most obvious causes of unconfident behavior. Daily use of styling products can form dandruff. And this is terribly unpleasant. To get rid of it, you need to add a teaspoon of lemon juice, three teaspoons of plain water, vinegar, and a pinch of sea salt to a bowl. Mix ingredients. They should be applied to any problem area. Leave this mixture on for 25 minutes. Then rinse with warm water and wash your hair with a cleansing shampoo. Lemon itself contains antiseptic, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, which helps in the fight against dandruff.

As for the oily scalp, this deficiency can also be cured. Citric acid is capable of removing fatty deposits that have formed on the scalp. Mix two tablespoons of citrus juice and two tablespoons of vinegar and rub the mixture into your scalp.

If you are concerned about itching, then do the following: add a couple of drops of lemon juice to your cleansing shampoo or balm. After application, massage the skin for over 5 minutes, and then rinse your strands with cold water. Regular use will relieve itching.

Lemon juice prevents split ends. Mix equal amounts of juice and olive oil, apply to hair. Do this mask once a month, and you will never have split ends.

As previously stated, lemon juice strengthens hair follicles. In order not to catch the moment when your hair begins to get thinner, prepare the following mask: mix citrus juice, black pepper, apple cider vinegar, and then apply to the skin.

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