Quarantine Hair-care: Tame Your Hair With These Simple Home Remedies

Having a head full of hair is definitely a blessing considering the amount of stress that we take. However, things go downhill when this 'head full if hair' is frizzy and sucks the life out of you when it comes to managing it. We've all been through days when we step out of the house looking like a princess with a gorgeous mane, however the dream comes crashing down when you look at yourself in the black phone screen with hair that wouldn't believe is yours.  
While a lot of us try to forget about it and brush it off by blaming it on the 'natural' hair, it is actually the result of your improper care. Hair tends to get frizzy when one does not have a proper hair care routine which results in the hair lacking moisture. It is constantly trying to get the moisture from the environment which results in it getting frizzy. Now, to get the frizz off, you do not always need to have super expensive treatments done. All you need are a few ingredients that will be readily available in most households. 
These tips are popular in reducing frizz, however, every hair type is different. So, we suggest you try it out in a patch of your hair to see how it reacts.

1. Hot Oil Therapy:

One of the most effective home remedies of all time is the hot oil therapy. For years together, our grandma's have forced us to have a 'champi'. Well, that was for a reason. Oils of all kinds help a lot when it comes to restoring the moisture of every hair strand. They penetrate into your hair and scalp to condition it from within. The best part about it working is the fact that even after you wash your hair, the natural oils leave the hair conditioned and prevents frizz.
Hot Oil Therapy for frizzy hairs

How to use: 

Take your favorite oil in a container. Could be any - coconut, almond, argan, olive, etc. Now, heat it to a point where it is just warm to touch. Use a cotton to apply it on your scalp and pour the rest on the lengths of your hair. Leave it on overnight and wash with a mild shampoo in the morning.

2. Apple Cider Vinegar:

Hair care remedies
Another effective therapy, ACV is known to balance out the pH level of your hair. It also locks all the moisture in by shutting the open cuticles. Lastly, it also adds a shine to your hair. 

How to use: 

Mix 2 tbsp of ACV in 2 cups of water. Once you've shampooed, pour the mixture on the lengths and let it for a few minutes. Follow by a conditioner. 

3. Yoghurt and Honey:

Yoghurt and Honey
Yoghurt and honey are both natural moisturizers that work wonders for frizzy hair. Honey retains the moisture while yoghurt conditions the hair deeply. 

How to use: 

Mix 3 tbsp of yoghurt with 1 tbsp of honey. Apply on the scalp and hair. Leave it on for 30 minutes and rinse with cold water.

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  1. What a good solution you share with us...Tha Thank you

  2. I needed to see this. I've been so busy during this time, I ha move been neglecting my hair. I'm going to set aside some time to do a hot oil treatment.

  3. My parents have always swore that olive oil is the remedy to all of life's problems, and they're right!

  4. Have only tried hot oil therapy and it does work.

  5. These are all great tips! I'm not sure I'm brave enough to try honey + yogurt but I think I will do the hot oil tonight!

  6. I heard that coconut oil is pure magic for hair. Does anybody tried?
    If you are interested, I wrote a review of Gisou Honey Infused Hair Oil on my blog: http://martinamanca.com/gisou-honey-infused-hair-oil-review/

  7. I have used hot oils and apple cider vinegar for hair treatments. I will have to try the yogurt and honey recipe!

  8. Oil therapy is so good especially for dry hair! Nice article!