The type of comb that you use on a regular basis can make or break the condition of your hair. While you probably pay lots of attention to your shampoo, conditioner and styling products, you may not have given much thought to your comb, or what that comb is made from.
Essential oils can do so many different things. If you look up the specific actions of each oil, you’ll find a list of their benefits, and for a majority of essential oils one of those benefits is the ability to kill or inhibit bacteria.
If you’ve got loose teeth, then you’ve got gum disease. It may not be at an advanced stage yet, but I’ll put money on it that you see blood on your toothbrush when you clean your teeth.
This is unheard of mashing up a banana or two and pouring the mush on your scalp? So, then what so smell like tropical fruit? Or are you supposed to join the banana republic? It seems like it would take a very long and arduous process to remove the bananas and the smell out of your hair. Bananas are good for eating not mashing up and putting into the hair. Besides, can they really help if you have a stick of dry hair. You know the kind that looks like you walked through a wind blown desert. Or what about dull hair? The kind that no matter how hard you try you cannot see your reflection in it. Ok, sow now that we have picked apart and scrutinized the banana hair mask from every angle. Let’s do some serious research and we will find out why banana hair masks really are so effective for dry and dull hair.
Why is hair care so difficult? It seems like everyone is fighting a constant battle against dry hair, oily hair, brittle hair, dull hair, frizzy hair, hair with split ends, or hair with strands that have kinked.