Hair Therapy Starts @ Your Fridge!

Whether you’ve run out of your go-to hair products, looking to save a couple of bucks, or simply want to try some do-it-yourself tips, the following remedies will do the trick to boost your locks in any given situation.

Repair Damaged Hair with Oil & Egg Yolks

Massage olive oil into hair. Then beat the yolk of 1 egg and massage it into hair, working from the ends up. Leave on for 10 minutes, then shampoo as usual. Do this once a week for a month, and hair should begin to feel healthier.

Mayonnaise Before Shampoo Saves Dry Hair

Condition your hair by applying mayonnaise before shampooing. Apply to dry hair and let sit for 1/2 hour, then rinse and shampoo as usual.

Lemon Rinse

Blend 1/2 cup of strained lemon juice and 1 cup of distilled water in a bottle. Comb the liquid through your hair after each shampoo.

Dry Shampoo

For a quick fix, rub baby powder into your hair and then brush it out thoroughly.

Natural Hair Spray

Slice the lemon into wedges. Place in a pot, and cover with two cups water. Boil until half of the liquid remains.  Allow to cool. Then, strain, and place in a spray bottle. If the finished spray feels sticky to the touch, dilute it with a bit of water. You can store your hair spray in the refrigerator for up to one week.

Extra tips for your homemade hair spray:

  • Add a Tablespoon of rubbing alcohol to the recipe, and the hair spray can be stored at room temperature for up to two weeks.
  • Have dry hair? Then, try an orange instead of a lemon.
  • Customize the scent of your hair spray by adding a couple drops of your favorite essential oil.
  • Be sure to label the contents of your bottle.

Mint Lemonade

“When life gives you lemons, squirt someone in the eye.” – Cathy Guisewite
Ingredients
  • 6 Ounces of lemon juice
  • Sugar syrup: 1/2 cup of sugar and 1 cup of water
  • 2 Bunches of mint (can reduce to one bunch only)
  • Ice cubes, as needed
  • 1 1/2 Cups of water
  • Powdered sugar as needed

Instructions

  1. First make the syrup by placing granulated sugar and water in a pan and heating the mixture till it dissolves.
  2. Juice enough lemons to get about 6 ounces.
  3. Wash one or two bunches of mint and cut off the leaves from the stalks.
  4. Place syrup, lemon juice, ice cubes (several, I used about 8), mint in a blender
  5. Run the machine until the mixture is smooth and looks like a frozen slush; taste for sweetness adding one tablespoon or more of powdered sugar if needed.
  6. Serve

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