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Revive Heat-damaged Hair

Revive Heat-damaged Hair

We often use heating tools like straighteners, curlers, and blow dryers to style our hair.

Stepping Out In Style

Hair styling with heat can give you the mane of your dreams, but only temporarily. It leaves you with dry, damaged hair in the long run.

Side Effects Of Styling

Aloe vera strengthens hair, boosts hair growth, and repairs dull, damaged strands.

Say Aloe-ha To Healthy Hair!

Massage some hot olive oil on the scalp and length of your hair. Wrap your hair with a towel to retain moisture and wash your hair after an hour.

Hola, Olives!

Beat some eggs in a bowl and add milk and honey to it. Apply the paste to your hair and rinse it off with shampoo after some time. Use it once a week.

DIY For Damaged Hair

A hair mask made with mashed bananas and honey helps repair heat-damaged hair, giving it a healthy shine. Use it once or twice a week for best results.

Mask Them All

Hair is most brittle when wet. Instead of combing it, run your fingers through the strands to detangle them. Use detangling products like serum or leave-in cream before combing your hair.

No Combs On Wet Strands

Avoid hot showers and heat styling tools unless absolutely necessary. Condition your hair after every wash and let it air-dry.

Limit The Heat

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