Stop Hair Loss and Make It Grow Like ”Crazy” With THIS 2-Minute Homemade Recipe



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How to prepare this hair mask?

Place all the ingredients in a blender and mix them.

Then, apply the resulted mixture on your hair, cover it with a towel and let it work for 1-2 hours.

Rinse your hair as usual. Do this procedure once weekly for 1 month.


Why are these ingredients beneficial?


Bananas

Vitamins B, A,C, E and minerals such as calcium, phosphor and azote are included in bananas. Moreover, this fruit has a great sugar content, which is important for your metabolism. In Ayurveda medicine bananas were known as “the golden fruits” and a nature’s secret for keeping youthful look. Recently, bananas are used more in cosmetology because of the great tryptophan quantity, the essential amino acid in the bananas.

Eggs


Eggs include vitamin B and D, which are needed for our body, hair and organism. Eggs are good for using them both as facial and hair masks, primarily because of their set of micro and macro elements, amino acids and lecithin..






Honey

Honeys helps the regeneration of hair, making it softer and easier to comb. Also, it heals hair from degradation triggered by the toxic factors in the environment.

Moreover, honey is part of facial cream, body lotions and hair masks. It is rich in vitamins C, A, D, K, B complex, organic acids, minerals, such as potassium, phosphor, chloride, sodium, etc.

Black beer


Black beer contains unfermented sugars, organic acids, mineral salts, vitamins, such as B1, B2, B6, and PP. It is rich in flavonoids.

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