Hard Water Hair Care Tips

Published: Friday, February 4, 2011, 16:25 [IST]
 
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Hard Water Hair Care Tips

Hard water is rich in minerals, calcium, magnesium and sodium. Area with limestone and chalky soil have hard water. This water can prevent mineral deficiencies in the body and also cure some skin diseases but it is a curse to your hair. Washing your hair with this water causes hair damage, hair discolouration, early grey hair and also split ends. Hair becomes rough and hair loss is the biggest threat. First hard water hair care tip is to filter the water before use.

Here are some hard water hair care tips -

1.To prevent hair damage, after using shampoo mix some ginger oil with sesame oil and massage your head well. This hard water hair care tips will nourish your hair and is a conditioner which prevents it from dryness.

2.After washing your hair apply mashed avocado and keep it for 15 minutes. This will act as a conditioner and is also a good source of vitamin and protein. This hard water hair care tip will prevent hair loss and greying of hair.

3.Grind some carrot and mix it will olive oil. Put the jar with the carrot in refrigerator. After some time use the concoction to apply it to your hair. After 20 minutes mix one egg yolk, olive oil, honey and lime juice to make a hair pack. Apply this and let it dry. After some time wash it off with clean water. This nourishes the hair and brings back the lost shine and colour.

4.Wash your hair with amla, reetha and shikakai. This is a good solution for black hair. As shikakai is the agent to maintain the hair colour.

5.One of the best hard water hair care tip is to go for a head massage with cider vinegar. This keeps the hair from getting dry and also brings back the lost shine.

Use these five hard water hair care tip to maintain healthy hair and also to stop hair loss. These remedies can be practised twice a week for marked difference.

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