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Celine wait for 30 minutes

Le 15 avril 2015, 09:26 dans Humeurs 0

Storebought hair treatments aren't the only products you can use to make sure your locks are luxuriously healthy. Many celine handbags conditioners and rinses made from household products work wonders for even the most damaged hair, according to the book "The World's BestKept Beauty Secrets." Mayonnaise, eggs and apple cider vinegar are three of the most prominent ingredients in homemade hair treatments.

The fat and oil in mayonnaise work as a deep conditioner for parched strands. Additionally, the vinegar in mayonnaise balances your hair's pH. "Herbal Treatments for Healthy Hair" recommends applying a weekly mayonnaise hair pack. Wet your hair with warm water, then massage 2 to 4 tablespoons of mayonnaise into your scalp and locks. Cover your hair in a plastic bag and Celine wait for 30 minutes, then shampoo your hair as usual.

Eggs, which are almost pure protein, can keep your hair looking healthy and thick. To apply egg to your hair, wet down your strands with cool water. Beat two eggs into 1 cup of cool water. Work the mixture into your hair and scalp with your fingertips. Let the conditioner soak in for five to 10 minutes, then rinse it out using cool water. Repeat the treatment once or twice a week.

Apple cider vinegar can help eliminate flaky dandruff, and add shine and bounce to your hair. "The World's BestKept Beauty Secrets" says that the vinegar's natural antifungal properties kills substances that can cause dandruff, and its acidity strips your strands of residue from styling products. To make a simple apple cider vinegar rinse, combine 1 celine bags tablespoon of vinegar with 1 quart of water. Pour the mixture over your head as a final rinse right before you get out of the shower. Repeat the treatment each time you wash your hair. 

celine bag root powder

Le 15 avril 2015, 09:25 dans Humeurs 0

We know it sounds crazy, but think about why it sounds crazy for thousands of years people did not wash their hair every day. In fact, if you ask your grandmother she'll probably tell you about going to the salon once a week for a shampoo just 50 years ago. So what's changed since then? Is our hair dirtier now than it was in grandma's day? Or have marketers gotten smarter about selling us stuff we don't really need? We think it's the latter. For about $5 you can buy all the supplies you need to keep your hair clean without a bunch of detergents that strip your hair of essential oils.

Instructions: Mix 1 tablespoon of baking soda with 1 cup of hot water you can double or triple the recipe for long or thick hair, but keep the ratio of baking soda to water the same. Too much baking soda can make your hair brittle. Put this mixture in a container with a cap, or an empty shampoo bottle. In the shower, apply the mixture to your hair with warm water. Work it in, and then rinse after about one minute. Wash your hair with this method once or twice a week. In between, you can rinse your hair with plain water the baking soda helps to remove any styling products. Every 23 washes, make a solution of 12 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar and 1 cup of water. After the baking soda, rinse your hair with water and then rinse with this solution. Massage into scalp and rinse with cold water. Apple cider vinegar will help to balance the hair pH level and seal the cuticle. If you find your hair smells like vinegar after rinsing you're using too much vinegar. There are lots of variations to this recipe, and everyone's hair is different. Experiment, and check out this great post about going shampoo free.

DIY DEODORANT Conventional deodorant is full of unnecessary chemicals and potentially dangerous elements like aluminum. Meanwhile, natural deodorants tend to cost more, not be effective, and they still involve a complicated manufacturing process and disposable packaging we'd rather avoid. Note:Use less coconut if you want something a little more solid.

Ingredients: 1/4 cup baking soda1/4 cup arrow celine bag root powder OR corn starch5 tablespoons coconut oil

Instructions: Combine baking soda and arrow root powder in a bowl and mix with a fork. Start with a small amount of coconut oil 23 tablespoons and add to the baking soda mixture, working into a paste. Add the rest to achieve the texture you want. Place the mixture in a celine handbag small lidded container store it somewhere cool if you want it to stay completely solid.


DIY TOOTHPASTE There's a great deal of debate over the safety of conventional toothpaste ingredients fluoride and sodium laurel sulfate, to name a few. But switching to socalled natural brands can cost $5 a tube or more, not to mention all the waste involved in tossing out messy, nonrecyclable tubes of toothpaste. There are lots of recipes out there with flavors and textures to suit about anyone. This is a really simple, inexpensive recipe for eco Celine friendly peeps.