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5 DIY Hair Masks with Egg for Your Crowning Glory

There is no doubting that eggs are nutritious and delicious to eat. They are enriched with this high-quality protein called albumin, also known as "egg white", and are also great sources of vitamins (D, B complex) and minerals (iron, zinc, copper). Furthermore, eggs are inexpensive and easily available. Not to mention that they are quite versatile, too! Among the many uses of eggs, the one that people often find to be just a little strange is for hair care. However, the use of egg masks is one of the world's oldest (surviving) hair rituals – and that’s how you know it actually works. The protein, vitamins, and minerals that eggs contain can naturally strengthen and condition our tresses. Haven't tried...

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DIY Hair Care - Herbal Teas & Hair Rinse Recipes

Bad hair days happen to the best of us, at the worst possible times. Many a great day has been ruined by a mop of tangles that just won’t cooperate – but it doesn’t have to be this way! If your bad hair days are starting to outnumber your good hair days, you may be searching for solutions. Unfortunately, those offered on store shelves offer cures mixed with chemicals and parabens that attempt to attack the problem all the while they are attacking your scalp! It’s a heady mix of trouble, yet there is an answer to your hair care woes. DIY Hair Products, specifically hair tea and rinses offer supreme treatment with all natural ingredients that you choose yourself....

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DIY Hair Oil Infusions - Your Natural Hair Care Arsenal

Today, more and more people are starting to realize the importance of Natural Hair Care. For far too long, too many of us have been sold the false narrative that laboratories and manufacturers can ‘fix’ our hair worries. Unfortunately, their offerings are often filled with chemicals that can hurt us, even as they aim to help our wilting locks. The list of the harmful chemicals added to commercially processed hair care products is exhaustive, yet the main offenders found in many store-bought brands include: Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Propylene Glycol, Parabens, Polyethylene Glycol (PEG) and Isopropyl Alcohol. While all these ingredients are added for a specific purpose, they also have negative side effects that can damage our health AND our hair....

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