Hair care fror winter season




This time of the year, for me is  hair loss time... After seeing so much hair fall after a shower always makes me wonder if I am going bald.... I am sure most of you are facing the same problem.

Try these life or rather hair savers...






1.Hot Oil Treatments:Take any natural oil-olive, coconut, Almond- and heat it up so that it is warm, but not too hot. Do not bring  the oil to a boil. Massage it gently into you scalp. Dip a soft towel in boiling hot water and twist and squeeze out the excess water and wrap around your head...For the steam to force the pores to open and absorb  the oil...Repeat  2/3 times. Put o n a shower cap and leave it on for an hour, then shampoo  and condition your hair.

2.Natural Juices: You can rub your scalp with either garlic juice, onion juice (both have very, very strong odour) or ginger juice. Leave it on overnight and wash it thoroughly in the morning. The smell of these three, are strong and to most repulsive so do it if your hair is falling due to fungal infection on the scalp.

3.Get a head massage: Massaging your scalp for a few minutes daily will help stimulate circulation. Good circulation in the scalp keeps hair follicles active. Circulation may be improved through  massage by using a few drops of lavender or bay essential oil in an almond or sesame oil base.

4.Antioxidants: Apply warm green tea(two bags brewed in one cup of water)  on your scalp and leave this mixture on for an hour and then rinse. Green tea contains antioxidants which prevent hair loss and boost hair growth.

5.Practice meditation: Believe it or not, most of the times, the root cause for hair loss is stress and tension. Meditation can help in reducing that and restore hormonal balance.


Ambika Pillai

3 comments:

  1. It is important to keep hair healthy regardless on the seasons. It is important to give extra care to your hair.

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  2. There is no doubt that our Hair Care routine change according to season. Actually I really like your post on hair care for winter season, thanks for sharing it.

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