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Remedy for Hair loss and shiny hair

Discussion in 'Hair Care & Hair Styles' started by blessbabydust, May 3, 2013.

  1. blessbabydust

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    thanks mathiravi waiting for your feedback after trying them on
     
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    dave08 thanks for pickup you should use strainer to remove the tiny bits use rice strainer for it ( the ones with bit bigger than coffee strainer or muslin strainer here they call rice strainer ) .
     
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    Nice and very informative post blessbabydust!!! One small doubt : Does the dirt from hair get washed off totally by using the hibiscus shampoo alone?
     
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    yes dear only dirt will be washed way from your hair not your hair from your head causing baldness like harsh shampoo,,,,,,,,,,,,,, use mother nature than chemicals
     
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    hi blessbaby dust........thnx for wonderful tip but thn the oil which you use thrice a week is it the same mixed oil??
     
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    I am sorry but I am confused. So, we have to strain the blended leaves and flowers paste with a strainer before putting on the head then? Is that correct? Cause one in a while, I blend the leaves and red hibiscus to a paste with olive oil and apply to me head. And wash it off with Himalaya herbal shampoo. Cause I find that the small bits sometimes stays in the hair, so I find that I need to really wash it off.

    Unfortunately, I am not regularly doing it, only once in a blue moon. No changes yet! :(
     
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    Blend the hibicus leaves and flower in the blender and strain it before applying them on the head . You dont use olive oil because this will not allow the hibicus shampoo to be soaked in the hair because oil settle downs and the essence will not penerate . So apply the shampoo without oil and dont use any other product because there is no point of this whole process just the shampoo and wash them with luke warm water . it will not be messy if you strain them well .

    good luck
     
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    Yes i use the same mixed oil on my hair ......... trust me if you do this regularly your hair is noticeable with everyone around you soon ...........shhhhhhhh you dont need to share your secret ..............:p
     
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    thank you for those wonderful tips! But I can't find hibiscus here :(. Is there any other alternate remedy. I use hibiscus powder of Banjars every two weeks with henna powder.
     
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    thanks for your fb ...... :)........ do you get curry leaves ???
     

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