If you have been too worried about your hair thinning and not growing thick and lush, fret not. The solution doesn’t lie in expensive hair spa and hair growth creams, for it will only leave you more disappointed. Hair loss is hardly a seasonal problem anymore, the food we eat, the environment in which we live and the water we use, each has a bearing on our hair health, which impacts its growth, the frequency of hair fall, its overall texture and quality.
Try out this natural home remedy to get lush hair growth in just a month with a very common ingredient found in every kitchen, the humble potato. Potato is all you need to stop hair loss and grow a thick, black mane. Owing to the nutrients in potato it stimulates hair growth and acts as a natural conditioner. It not just cleanses your scalp but adds a natural shine to your hair by strengthening the hair follicles.
How to make a potato hair mask
Take 2 small or 1 large potato. After rinsing off, peel the skin. Now you need to dice the potato and blitz them.
If the mixture is coming up too coarse, add a dash of water to it. You need to attain a fine consistency and ensure there are no big chunks left behind. Once it is a thick paste of even consistency, strain it using a muslin cloth into a clean bowl. Your potato hair mask is ready to use.
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Apply this on your hair thoroughly, particularly on your scalp, and ensure you go all the way from root to tip, and have covered all strands of hair. Cover up your head with a shower cap, and allow the mask to work on your hair for half an hour. Rinse off with a gentle shampoo. Repeat this ritual thrice a week for at least three weeks to see results. One use is not good enough to have the desired result.
In just a month you will notice the difference in the quality of your hair, and not to mention, its volume. You hair will be thick and shiny.
Bid goodbye to hair thinning and hair fall. Make this hair mask with just one easy ingredient, and you will thank us later.
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