Tips Caring Hair with Yoghurt

Articles 25 Jul 2019

Did Oatlovers know that yoghurt is effective for hair care? Yoghurt is an ingredient used in Asian countries more than 500 years ago. Previously yoghurt was used to treat stomach related problems and was developed into an excellent beauty product. Just like skin, yoghurt is also a product that is very good for hair. This dairy product contains protein, zinc, and lactic acid. Protein is important for maintaining the health of the hair shaft. While zinc and lactic acid promote blood circulation to the scalp. It is known that smooth blood circulation can help stimulate hair growth. In addition, natural oils in yoghurt can make hair softer, healthier and shiny. Now, if Oatlovers has never thought of using yoghurt in hair, here are some ways to treat hair using yoghurt:

1. Yoghurt and Turmeric Hair Mask

Yoghurt and turmeric hair masks can be used for Oatlovers that have problems with scalp irritation and scalp infections. Many suffer from scalp infections due to unhygienic conditions. The way to overcome this is to take one cup of yoghurt and a spoonful of turmeric powder into it. Add a spoonful of lemon juice and stir it together. Apply a hair mask to the scalp and wait for 30 minutes. Then wash thoroughly with cold water.

2. Yoghurt and Rose Hair Mask

If Oatlovers often deal with bad smells from hair. Yoghurt and rose hair masks can be one solution to eliminate these odors. How to take some rose petals and dry them in the sun. After the rose petals are dried, grind them to a fine powder. Then take two tablespoons of yoghurt and add four spoons of rose petal powder. Apply to the scalp and wait for 20 minutes. After that, wash thoroughly with cold water. Make sure Oatlovers use more roses than yoghurt in this mixture. If necessary, Oatlovers can add 2-3 drops of rose essential oil to yoghurt.

3. Yoghurt and Aloe Vera Hair Mask

If Oatlovers dream of having soft, manageable hair, make sure to use yoghurt and aloe vera hair mask. How to take some aloe leaves and aloe gel. Then one cup of yoghurt and add 10-12 tablespoons of Aloe vera gel into it and stir it properly. Then add one drop of lavender essential oil and one spoonful of ylang-ylang oil. Mix all ingredients together and apply mask to hair and wash thoroughly after 15 minutes.

4. Yoghurt and Orange Hair Mask

Yoghurt and orange hair masks are recommended for people who want to quickly grow hair. Using this hair mask can help increase hair growth and also strengthen hair follicles. How to take a few orange peels and dry them in the sun. Grind the orange peel to get a fine powder. Then, take half a cup of yoghurt and add orange peel powder after that apply on the scalp. Wait 1 hour and clean with warm water. Do this every day so that your hair grows quickly.

5. Yoghurt and Curry Leaf Mask

Yoghurt and curry leaf masks can help prevent excessive hair loss. Take 20-25 curry leaves and dry them in the sun. Then crush together so that it becomes a fine powder. Take one cup of yoghurt and add curry leaf powder to it. Mix the two ingredients together and apply the mask to the hair. After that, wash thoroughly with warm water. Using yoghurt and curry leaf masks not only helps treat hair loss but also proves to be an excellent remedy for gray hair.

Well, that was some tips for caring for hair with yoghurt that Oatlovers can do at home. Besides being easy to make, this natural hair mask also has great benefits to make hair healthier. Good luck, Oatlovers. 🙂








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