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How to Use Ghee for Hair

Hello all 🙂 I am back with a new post and in this post I will tell you about How to Use Ghee for Hair. Ghee or clarified butter is one of such ingredient that can be found in almost every Indian kitchen. The word ‘ghee’ instantly makes us think about delicious foods, right? But ghee has its own beauty benefits for skin and hair. Ghee can be obtained when all the moisture is removed from butter. As a result, this purified or clarified butter becomes very beneficial for hair and skin. Ghee is an excellent moisturizer for dry skin, it removes dryness and dullness and makes skin bright and glowing. Ghee is also a powerful anti oxidant that fight free radicals and promote cell growth. Ghee is also very beneficial for hair. Ghee removes frizziness and makes hair shiny. Ghee works as a deep nourishing treatment for hair. Moreover, ghee helps to get rid of split ends. So lets check out How to Use Ghee for Hair.

How to Use Ghee for Hair

How to Use Ghee for Hair – as Natural Conditioner

Ghee is a rich source of anti oxidants and fatty acids, therefore, it acts as an excellent natural conditioner for dry, frizzy hair. Mix 2 tbsp of ghee and 1 tbsp of olive oil. Mix well and apply on hair. Rinse after 20 minutes. It will deep condition the hair and make hair soft and more manageable.

How to Use Ghee for Hair – to Treat Split Ends

Ghee contains nutrients and anti oxidants, which makes it a useful natural remedy to treat split ends. Heat 3 tbsp of ghee and apply this evenly on the split ends. Comb the hair gently after 15 minutes. Then rinse off with mild shampoo and luke warm water.

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How to Use Ghee for Hair – for Silky Hair

Use ghee as hair oil to get silky, soft hair. Wash your hair and apply ghee directly on the hair, wait for 20 minutes and rinse off with lemon water. Lemon will give a natural shine to the hair.

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How to Use Ghee for Hair – to Prevent Dandruff

The vitamins and minerals of ghee helps to get rid of dandruff and itchy scalp. Mix ghee with lemon juice. Apply on the scalp and massage for some time. Rinse off. For dry hair, mix hot ghee and almond oil. Apply this on scalp and the ends of hair. After 15 minutes, rinse off with rose water to remove oil from the hair. This is a great natural remedy to prevent dandruff.

Tips to Use Ghee for Hair

How to Use Ghee for Hair – to Treat Scalp Infection

Ghee is an effective remedy to treat scalp infections. Ghee, being a dairy product, helps to kill the bacria that cause scalp infection. Massage the scalp with hot ghee twice a week to get rid of scalp infections.

How to Use Ghee for Hair – to Prevent Premature Graying

Premature graying is very embarrassing. To avoid the embarrassment, apply hot ghee on hair like hair oil is applied. Wrap the hair in a towel for 15 minutes, later rinse off with mild shampoo.

So these are some tricks and tips on How to Use Ghee for Hair. Do include this easily available, yet an amazing ingredient in your hair care routine if you haven’t already. Hope you find this post helpful, thank you for reading 🙂 Enjoy your Sunday 🙂

About Rashmita Rakshit

Rashmita Rakshit
Rashmita is born & brought up in Kolkata, She is a pure Bengali by heart. Makeup and Food are her biggest weaknesses. She has a good amount of cookbook in her collection.Traveling is her another love. She dreams to travel the entire world some time. She believes in 'tell the world what you intend to do, but first show it'.

One comment

  1. Such an informative post…i never knew Ghee has so many wonders….I love ghee…i think i will end up eating rather than applying on my head

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