Even our grandmothers knew that beer would make hair grow faster, brighter and easier to comb.
Fortunately, the hair won’t smell like beer from the soap, but there are those who don’t turn it on while others swear by it and don’t trade it for anything else.
What do you need to know about soapy hair washing? How to find the ideal soap?
Switching to soapy hair washing requires some patience, but it’s definitely worth switching to chemical-free hair care. Those who use it also report a variety of effects, such as restoring the hair’s natural hold, strengthening hair, stimulating hair growth, but we’ve also heard of someone who has returned to the waves they once had.
Depending on the substances it contains, several effects are expected, e.g. reduction and cessation of hair loss, dandruff, strengthening of thin, weak hair, but also excellent for oily hair. In short, rich, shiny, strong hair can be expected from regular use of natural shampoo soaps.
Depending on individual abilities, 4-5 hair washes until the hair gets used to the soap, which is understandable, since if someone has been using chemicals for many years, it will take some time to switch. This transition time must be patiently waited for, but it is also not uncommon to immediately love the hair with the soap. It doesn’t have to be done as a cure once you’ve gotten used to your hair and love it, just switch to this chemical-free solution for the rest of your life. You should also be aware that there are hair problems such as hair loss that can be a symptom of other diseases. These include hyperthyroidism or hyperthyroidism, iron deficiency anemia, changes in the hormonal balance of women of varying ages, male pattern baldness, which is the most hereditary factor, can be a side effect of certain medications, and so on. The cause of significant hair loss must be clarified with a doctor!
What are shampoo soaps made of?
Good handcrafted hair washing soaps are made from natural oils, butters, pure essential oils are included, they do not contain e.g. petroleum derivatives or other cosmetic ingredients that are harmful to health, and often contain valuable additives (e.g., mud, honey, herbs) that are designed to alleviate various hair problems. The pH of the soap is alkaline, which almost opens the structure of the hair, so it cleans thoroughly. After washing the hair, rinsing with vinegar or lemon soup makes the hair shiny, which also closes the surface of the hair.
While bathing, nothing is more pampering to your skin than an all-natural shea butter soap.
Homemade Practice – Make Shea Butter Soap!
What to look for when washing your hair?
The most important thing after washing your hair with soap is to rinse it thoroughly thoroughly with clean water so that the soap disappears completely from the surface of the hair. Then come the lemon or vinegar rinse from 1 liter of water, to which add 2-3 tablespoons of vinegar (20%) or 1 lemon juice. Depending on your hair problem, you can add 4-5 drops of essential oil. If someone has greasy, tangled, difficult-to-comb hair after washing their hair, they haven’t rinsed it thoroughly enough, or they haven’t used enough vinegar or lemon in the last rinse water, but it may also be hard tap water in their place, making it harder to come off the soap. After rinsing, the hair will be “squeaky” clean, comb gently with a sparse tooth comb and preferably without a hair dryer or with a hair dryer not set in warm air. The result will be soft, silky hair. Dyed hair is not damaged by soap, it does not fade, children’s hair can also be washed with it, but care must be taken not to get it in the eyes, because it certainly stings. Whatever we wash our hair with, don’t do it every day, it doesn’t do any good to the structure of the hair.
Source: Napidoktor by napidoktor.hu.
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