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Homemade hair packs/deep conditioner recepies

Discussion in 'Hair Care & Hair Styles' started by inertia2009, Sep 5, 2009.

  1. sinvid

    sinvid Junior IL'ite

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    Thanks for replying. I will use the fresh aloe vera juice too. I have a plant. Can you tell me if your leaves regrow after cutting them? For my plant the growth is very slow....Is there a special way of taking care of the plant? Sorry for asking you a follow up question. But I am curious.

    Thanks,
    Shanti.
     
  2. shrivanchi

    shrivanchi New IL'ite

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    Hi,

    avacado is a fruit and mayonnaise is a thick dressing like sauce used for salads, sandwiches, vegetable dishes, etc.

    have a great day!

    regards,
    shrivanchi
     
  3. aparnag

    aparnag Platinum IL'ite

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    thanx for sharing the pack.
     
  4. jeny12

    jeny12 Bronze IL'ite

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    hi,
    can u pls check whether this is right?

    blend avacodo, banana, olive oil, aloe vera in a mixer and appy in hair for 30 mins??? or should i mix egg after blending other ingredients
     
  5. inertia2009

    inertia2009 Junior IL'ite

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    yes..that is correct...if you can stand the smell of egg then yes, you can even apply egg. It is totally up to you to get creative. Enjoy!!
     
  6. suganthiezhil

    suganthiezhil Senior IL'ite

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    hi,
    very nice tips for a good and healthy growth of the hair.Thanks a lot.:thumbsup
     
  7. Prem.S

    Prem.S Silver IL'ite

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    Hi Inertia,
    Is it ok to apply fresh aloevera in our hair heard it has to be processed and not used fresh. Can you throw me some light on this?
     
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  8. inertia2009

    inertia2009 Junior IL'ite

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    As far as i know, fresh aloe vera is the best bet. If you are concerned, you could buy store bought aloe vera juice, but make sure you buy the one that is available for drinking cos it will be 99% pure.
     
  9. Prem.S

    Prem.S Silver IL'ite

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    Thanks inertia, let me try and let you know about the results.
     
  10. anasri78

    anasri78 New IL'ite

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    Curd is also meant to be a very good conditioner.. You can mix curd and a tspoon of olive oil (for that extra nourishment), appy it on you hair, leave it for 10-15 mins and rinse off.
     

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