We all go WOW at the magically beautiful hair seen on TV commercials or movies. Although they might be the result of some camera trick or artificial effect, still we envy them! The truth is that all women want long, lustrous, shiny hair. But with so much pollution, improper food habit, lack of hair care, too much use of chemical loaded hair styling products, hair loss seems pretty obvious. These days, hair loss is one of the most common hair problems. Hair loss is not only scary, but quite depressing. If you want to get back your long, lustrous tresses, you should start taking care of your hair before it’s too late. Instead of spending heavily for the chemical loaded hair growth products, go for all natural treatments. They are safe and works better than those chemical solutions. Curry leaves is one such ingredient that can do wonder for our hair growth. So, check out my post on curry leaves hair packs for hair growth.
Curry leaves are aromatic herbs that are widely used in south Indian cuisine. Curry leaves add a special flavor or aroma to the dishes. But apart from their usage in cooking, curry leaves contain certain nutrients that are super beneficial for the health of our hair. Curry leaves contain beta-carotene and protein. Beta carotene helps to prevent hair loss and protein stops the thinning of hair. The amino acid and anti oxidants present in curry leaves helps to reduce hair fall and strengthen the hair follicles. All these essential nutrients make curry leaves an excellent natural remedy for hair loss. Read on to know curry leaves hair packs for hair growth.
Curry leaves and yogurt hair pack
Things you will need : Curry leaves and yogurt
Take some fresh curry leaves and make a paste. Now add some yogurt to it and mix well. Massage your hair and scalp thoroughly with this pack for 15 minutes and wash off with a mild shampoo.
This hair pack facilitates hair growth as well as makes hair soft and smooth.
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Curry leaves and hibiscus hair pack
Things you will need : Curry leaves, hibiscus leaves, hibiscus petals, yogurt
Get some fresh curry leaves and put them in grinder along with few fresh hibiscus leaves and 4-5 hibiscus petals. Grind to mix these three ingredients. Once it is done, mix 2 tbsp of yogurt with this and blend together. This hair pack should be applied on absolutely clean hair. Comb your hair with a wide toothed comb thoroughly. Massage your scalp with the pack thoroughly. Keep this for an hour and wash off.
This hair pack nourishes the hair and helps in hair growth.
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Curry leaves and methi seeds hair pack
Things you will need : Curry leaves, methi seeds
Take 4 tbsp of methi and soak in water overnight. Next morning, make a paste of that. Put some fresh curry leaves in the grinder and grind them until a smooth paste is formed. Mix both the pastes together. Apply on hair and leave it on for an hour. Wash off with mild shampoo. Let your hair to dry naturally and them comb out the curry leaves’ particle (if any) from the hair.
Use this hair pack twice a week to reduce hair fall and get naturally soft, shiny and bouncy hair.
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Curry leaves, amla and shikakai hair pack
Things you will need : Curry leaves, amla, shikakai
Take some fresh curry leaves, some amla and shikakai and soak them in water overnight. By next morning they will be half mixed with each other. Take the mix out and boil it for 15-20 minutes in one & half cup of water. Now mash it with your hand and strain out the excess water. Apply this on hair and keep it for an hour. Wash off with mild shampoo.
This is a very effective hair pack to treat hair fall and it also conditions the hair.
Also read : How To Use Shikakai For Hair
So friends, if you are suffering from hair loss, it’s time to ditch the chemical loaded expensive hair care products and embrace the goodness of nature. Curry leaves are easily available and not at all expensive. You can always try these easy homemade curry leaves hair packs to address your hair concerns. So which of these packs you want to try first? Let us know in the comment section.