13 Home Remedies for Dry and Damaged Hair

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5. Tea to the rescue

Aside from being an instant energizer, relaxer and a wonderful sour throat cure, tea can also help you make your tresses shiny and healthy.

All you need is a little bit freshly brewed, warm tea without adding any sweeteners, apply it to your hair right after your shampoo and then rinse it out with water. Tea can also help you darken your hair colour, so you need to be careful about picking out the right tea for your hair.

If you’re a brunette, use black tea to darken your hair colour and enhance the shine, but if you’re a blonde black tea can really mess up with your hair colour. You need to use chamomile tea instead.

6. The goodness of botanical oils

Botanical oils are easily available at all health and organic food stores. These include sweet almond oil, olive and jojoba oils, and they are an excellent natural remedy for damaged and brittle hair. If you want to make your hair thicker and more voluminous, coconut oil is your best trick.

The best way is to wet your hair, and then cover them up in rich coats of botanical oils. Put on a shower cap and let your hair soak in the nutrients for at least 30 minutes before you rinse it out with a shampoo.

The best way is to wet your hair, and then cover them up in rich coats of botanical oils. Put on a shower cap and let your hair soak in the nutrients for at least 30 minutes before you rinse it out with a shampoo.

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