Here are some Natural At Home remedies that you can use as a great substitute for expansive salon treatments. These might sound a little funny or outrageous but they all have been tested and proven to work. Although each treatment might react differently on different types of hair and skin.
Since these treatments are all natural, there is no need to worry from over usage, however please make sure that you are not allergic to any of the ingredients.
Here they are:
Moisturising and oil fighting
The egg is truly a great remedy. The yolk, rich in fats and proteins, is naturally moisturizing, while the white, which contains bacteria-eating enzymes, removes unwanted oils.
How to use:For normal hair, use the entire egg to condition hair; use egg whites only to treat oily hair; use egg yolks only to moisturize dry, brittle hair. Use 1/2 cup of whichever egg mixture is appropriate for you and apply to clean, damp hair. If there isn’t enough egg to coat scalp and hair, use more as needed. Leave on for 20 minutes, rinse with cool water (to prevent egg from cooking on your head) and shampoo right after. Whole egg and yolks-only treatments can be applied once a month; whites-only treatment can be applied every two weeks.
For dull hair
Styling products can leave a film that both saps moisture and dulls shine — but dairy products like sour cream and plain yogurt can help reverse this damage. Lactic acid gently strips away dirt while the milk fat moisturizes.
How to use: Massage 1/2 cup of sour cream or plain yogurt into damp hair and let sit for 20 minutes. Rinse with warm water, followed by cool water, then shampoo hair like you normally do. Treatment can be applied every other week.
For itchy scalp
To fight flakes , brought on by poor diet, stress and climate, among other factors — try a lemon juice and olive oil mixture in your hair. The acidity in lemon juice helps rid your scalp of any loose, dry flakes of skin, while the olive oil moisturizes the newly exposed skin on your head.
How to use: Mix 2 tablespoons of fresh lemon juice, 2 tablespoons of olive oil and 2 tablespoons of water, and massage into damp scalp. Let mixture sit for 20 minutes, then rinse and shampoo hair. Treatment can be applied every other week.
For limp or fine hair
To add body to hair, reach for an unlikely beauty beverage: beer! surprised? I was too! The fermented drink contains generous supplies of yeast, which works to plump tired tresses.
How to use: Mix 1/2 cup flat beer (pour beer into a container and let it sit out for a couple of hours to deplete carbonation) with 1 teaspoon light oil (sunflower or canola) and a raw egg. Apply to clean, damp hair, let sit for 15 minutes, then rinse with cool water. Or add flat beer only to a spray bottle and spritz onto dry hair. When the liquid evaporates, the remaining protein residue continues to strengthen and structure hair. Treatments can be applied every other week.
For dry or sun-damaged hair
Whatever the case was, whether your hair burned from to much exposure to the sun, or to your trusty flat iron, nature’s sweetener can help. Honey is excellent for that, it attracts and locks in moisture.
How to use: Massage approximately 1/2 cup honey into clean, damp hair, let sit for 20 minutes, then rinse with warm water. You can also add 1 to 2 tablespoons olive oil to loosen the honey for easier application. For extremely sun-damaged hair, trying mixing honey with 1 to 2 tablespoons of a protein-rich ingredient, like avocado or egg yolk, which will help replenish the keratin protein bonds that UV rays attack. Treatment can be applied once a month.
For oily or greasy hair
Used properly, cornmeal or cornstarch is an inexpensive way to remove oil and grease.
How to use: Pour 1 tablespoon cornmeal or cornstarch into an empty salt or pepper shaker and sprinkle onto dry hair and scalp until you have used it all. After 10 minutes, use a paddle hairbrush to completely brush it out. Treatment can be applied every other day.
For frizzy hair
Beauty experts swear by avocado — and not just to repair damaged hair. Its oils (which are light and moist like our own natural skin secretions) and proteins boast the best combination of nutrients for smoothing and weighing down unruly hair.
How to use: Mash up half an avocado and massage into clean, damp hair. Let it sit for 15 minutes before rinsing with water. Amp up moisturizing power by combining mashed avocado with 1 to 2 tablespoons of a hydrating ingredient, like sour cream, egg yolks or mayonnaise. Treatment can be applied every two weeks.
For residue-ridden hair
Nothing eats through product buildup like baking soda. Sodium bicarbonate essentially breaks down anything acidic.
How to use: Mix 1 to 2 tablespoons baking soda with small amounts of water until a thick paste forms. Massage into damp hair and let sit for 15 minutes. Rinse with water, then shampoo hair. Treatment can be applied every two weeks.
These are very powerful natural treatments and can potentially deliver the results described. To see great results, use it as described and on a consistent basis.