Cooling hair mask for summer

Summers can damage our hair making them dull and lustreless. These humid days can bring in a lot of hair problems, like itchiness of scalp, dandruff, hair fall etc. so we need to put in some extra effort to take care of these tresses.

What can be better than a hair mask. Hair mask can not only be the amazing DIY, but it cools your scalp, nourishes your hair, thereby giving them the shine and lustre.

1. Banana and honey hair mask

Ingredients required

1 or 2 Bananas (depending on the length of your hair)

1 or 2 tablespoons of honey

Method of Preparation:

Mash the bananas finely, until no clumps are left. Add one tablespoonful of honey and mix it well. Allow it to stand for 5 minutes, and ta-da your hair pack is ready to be applied.

Method of application:

Apply this mask to hair, all strands including your scalp and leave it for 20 minutes.
Then wash your hair with water and herbal shampoo.

Benefits:

Using this cooling hair pack, once a week, will help nourish your scalp and hair, strengthen your hair follicles and your hair a lively appearance.

2. Methi seeds and curd hair mask

Ingredients required

1/2 cup of methi seeds (fenugreek seeds)

1 tablespoon curd

Method of preparation:

Soak the methi seeds overnight in water. Grind them to make a fine paste in the morning. Add one tablespoonful of curd to the paste and mix it well so that there are no lumps left. Your pack is ready to be applied.

Method of application:

Apply this cooling and nourishing mask to hair, all strands including your scalp and leave it for 20 minutes.
Then wash your hair with water and herbal shampoo.

Benefits:

Using this pack once a week will keep your scalp healthy, and getting rid of dandruff and itchiness. Your hair will feel soft and shiny.

After this hair mask you may follow the moha: routine for hair care.

Step 1: Wash your hair with moha: herbal shampoo. A revitalizing mix of Amla, Aloe, Brahmi and Bhringaraj, this shampoo helps to soothe your scalp.

Step 2: Conditioning with moha: herbal conditioner. A mix of Aloe, Almond oil, Wheatgerm oil, this conditioner protects and nourishes your hair

Step 3: The last step with moha: herbal hair serum. It has Flaxseed Oil, Hibiscus Oil, Water Lily this serum helps to reduce clumping of strands, nourishes and conditions them.

This hair care regime ensures good scalp health, strong hair and reduces dandruff and itchy scalp keeping your crowning glory shiny and healthy.

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