Egg has become an important part of your hair and skin care diet. Everyone wants to have beautiful and lustrous hair. With the use of raw eggs anyone can find themselves with beautiful hair. One need not cross the seven continents to find a raw egg. Every house can easily get a good supply of raw eggs. These can be used for making some of the best hair conditioners. The properties of egg create a needed impact on your dull and dry hair. It helps the hair to recreate itself. It maintains the texture of your hair by the presence of the important elements.
Some Home Based Recipes
For strong and beautiful hair you can mix 2 egg yolks (depending on length of your hair) with 2 tsp. castor oil. Massage this mixture on your hair. Keep it for sometime then rinse it thoroughly.
Whip up two raw eggs. Pour this mixture on your hair by massaging. Let it dry. Shampoo your hair and then give vinegar and water rinse. Follow this procedure every month for soft and smooth hair.
Beat egg yolk thoroughly to make a frothy solution. Add 1 tsp baby oil and beat again to make a proper mixture. Add water to this mixture and apply it all over your scalp. Once dry, rinse well to get a proper conditioned treatment.
Mix egg yolk in 1/4 cup of yogurt with a little lime skin. Mix the ingredients thoroughly and apply it to every single strand of hair. After applying keep it for 10 minutes and then wash it off. The combination of yogurt and egg is very good for your hair.
Mix a whole egg to lemon juice. Whisk it properly. Once applied on your hair keep it for sometime. Rinse it thoroughly. This combination gives a shine to your dull hair.
Beat egg yolk to make a frothy paste. Add 1/2 tsp. olive oil and beat the mixture again. Slowly and steadily add 3/4 cup of luke warm water. After shampooing, massage this conditioner and leave it for few minutes. Rinse it later.
It is a good hair treatment for people who are in water most of the times like swimmers, surfers etc. Mix egg, olive oil and peeled cucumber to make a good mixture. Spread it evenly on your hair and keep it for 10 minutes. Rinse it thoroughly.
Mix together 1 tbsp. honey, 1 egg yolk, 1/2 tsp. almond oil and 1 tbsp. yogurt. Make a frothy paste and apply it on your hair. Rinse it in 1/2 hours time. This will smooth your hair and moisturize it evenly.
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You will need:
1 lb. Opaque MP
1 TB. Cocoa butter
Cocoa powder for colorant (or brown dye)
1 TB. Chocolate FO
Round or cookie molds
Melt the MP soap. Remove from heat and slowly stir in the cocoa butter and
enough cocoa powder to make it a pale brown or tan. Add fragrance oil.
Reserve enough of the soap to make a darker brown color. Pour the lighter
shade of brown soap into round/cookie molds. Add more cocoa powder to the
reserved batch of MP base to make a darker brown. Marble into the pale
You will need:
One Pound Soap Base (any variety)
One Cup of Whole Milk
1/2 Teaspoon Rosemary pure Essential Oil (see EO caution below)
One-foot length of PVC pipe with one end cap or other tube
This is a wonderfully creamy soap to wake up to in the morning! And everyone
LOVES the scent of pure Rosemary! Men even go nuts for it! Make sure you
spray your mold with a vegetable spray. Pour all of the soap mixture into
the mold. After a couple of hours, push it out of the mold and slice the
soap into round soaps!
***Rosemary EO is not recommended for individuals with high blood
8 oz. unscented liquid soap
2 oz. distilled water
7 drops bergamot oil
5 drops lime oil
3 drops vanilla fragrance oil
2 drops gardenia fragrance oil
Mix all together and pour into a container.