4 Natural Healthy Hair Tips from India

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The world has long admired women from India, pictured throughout history with their thick, shiny, healthy hair either flowing free or plaits in thick braids. Other cultures have longed for the genetic jackpot, thinking that what these women have is unobtainable without expensive, chemically laden products. Well, good news! We have some secrets on how Indian women get their healthy hair!

4 Natural Healthy Hair Tips from India

First tip:

give your body what it needs to grow your hair. Eating a diverse diet that’s balanced, without cutting out proteins and healthy fats, is essential! When you stop eating proteins you are taking away the building blocks of your hair, which can lead to thinning and hair loss. A diet that’s lacking in healthy fats can lead to a dry scalp with dull hair. The traditional Indian diet offers a wide variety of foods that are high in vitamins, fruits, vegetables, spices full of antioxidants, lean meats, and utilizes healthy cooking oils to get amazing flavors as well as everything hair needs to grow.

Plus, eating a diverse diet also has other health benefits like increased energy and a smaller waist line.

Second tip:

skip the daily shampoos full of chemicals. Normal shampoo strips hair of the natural oils your body makes to protect your scalp and hair. These oils are also responsible for keeping hair shiny and strong. Skip shampooing your hair for a few days, and when you do shampoo, use something that is natural and gentle. Making homemade shampoo from citrus peels or Indian gooseberries, or using Castile soap are both excellent alternatives to harsh shampoos. The homemade shampoo can make a big difference for women who try to achieve healthy hair.

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Third tip:

condition your hair thoroughly. Dry hair breaks easily has no shine and is very brittle. You want to keep your hair thoroughly moisturized to protect it from the elements and to make it look its best. Traditionally, Indian women have used coconut oil or sesame seed oil, sometimes infused with herbs, flowers, or seeds, to massage their scalps and hair. You can experiment with different oils, infusions, and homemade conditioners to see what works best for your hair.

Fourth tip:

color your hair with natural dyes. Coloring your hair can kill its natural strength and shine while drying it out into a frizzy, brittle mess. Using a henna based hair dye can do wonders for hiding the gray without killing your hair’s natural vibrant beauty. Depending on where the henna is grown depends on the exact tone it will add to your hair, but make sure to buy a quality product that isn’t cut with nasty additives. Henna, unfortunately, is limited with the colors it offers, but there are other coloration alternatives from natural sources that are gentle on your locks, such as coffee, tea, beet juice, and lemons.

Freebie pointer:

Using homemade options will often be much nicer to the hair care budget. You won’t have to buy products to fix what the other products have done to damage and strip your hair of its natural protections.

Beautiful hair takes time and love, but it is something that can be achieved. Giving your body the nutrients it needs to grow your hair, being kind to it with gentle shampoos, hydrating it with oils and natural conditioners, and using gentle coloring options will on their own give you a huge improvement. Used together and given some time, your hair will be healthier and shinier than ever. No need to hit the jackpot of genetics!

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