Hair is often exposed to a set of factors that lead to its weakness, breakage, and loss, such as malnutrition, psychological disorders accompanied by anxiety and tension, or excessive use of hair dryers and chemical dyes, which affects the hair, and loses its beauty, luster and shine, and therefore We see many people looking for ways to strengthen weak hair.
Naturally strengthening weak hair:
Aloe vera and coconut milk:
Mix twenty-five milliliters of coconut milk and an appropriate amount of aloe vera gel together, and then apply the mixture to the scalp and hair follicles, then cover it with a clean plastic bag, and leave it for a period of at least an hour, then wash it well with cold water and shampoo.
Egg yolk and olive oil:
Mix a cup of olive oil, an egg yolk, and some drops of lemon juice well until we get a smooth and soft mixture, massage it into the hair, and leave it for fifteen minutes before washing it with cold water and shampoo.
Mix three heads of onions in an electric mixer until we get a smooth puree, then filter it using a small-hole sieve previously covered with a piece of clean cloth, until we get a liquid free from impurities, rub the scalp with an amount of onion juice, cover it with a plastic hat, and leave it for a while Two hours, then wash it with lukewarm water and shampoo.
Parsley and rosemary seeds:
We mix half a cup of chopped rosemary, four teaspoons of ground parsley seeds, and a cup of well-boiled water, leave the ingredients soaked for a third of an hour, and then leave it until it cools, then filter it, and wet the scalp with the liquid, and cover it with a warm towel for a period of no less than An hour, after which we leave the hair to dry alone without washing it with water.
Tips to strengthen weak hair:
- Drink adequate quantities of water on a daily basis, so that the amount consumed is not less than eight cups.
- Eating a healthy diet that contains the important elements necessary for the health and proper growth of hair. Like protein found in meat, poultry, and eggs.
- Eat omega-3, which is found in tuna, salmon, and mackerel, or its own supplements.