Hair is exposed to waves of stress. We talk about body stress, but also stress from external factors such as humidity, but this is definitely nothing compared to what they have to put up with during the summer. Those who have long hair know this well.
In the summer, the hair is always sweaty, washed a lot, often soaked in sea water, exposed to the hot sun. Sometimes, if you don’t take good care of yourself, you can find yourself relying on the hairdresser and having to cut it, against your will, because of how damaged it is. To avoid getting to this point, it is necessary to properly care for them.
Eggs cannot be missing at home. It is a very versatile natural food and can be cooked in many different ways. In addition, they are rich in proteins and carbohydrates and are an important source of energy. They can also be used to make cakes, pies, and many other recipes. It is also good for hair.
Eggs contain many vitamins, minerals and good fats that hair and scalp need to be strong. If you have normal hair, you can mix an egg before applying it to your hair and leave it on for 15 minutes. If you have dry hair it is better to use egg yolk only, if you have oily hair it is better to use only albumin.
You can mix it with a tablespoon of whole milk if you need to deal with hair loss. The important thing is that you then rinse with plenty of cold water to seal the hair follicles and proceed to wash your normal hair as usual.
Of course, this hair mask should not be done frequently, only once a month. If you do it any other way, it will be very counterproductive and will do more damage to your hair, rather than helping it gain strength. There are many natural methods that you can choose instead of the products in the market.