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Home remedies to reduce premature greys

Posted on Dec 22, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

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Regardless of your age, hair greying is one of those irreversible realities which are going to happen sometime or the other. While it is usually associated closely with growing older, there is also a chance that your salt and pepper hair condition might have been caused by growing levels of stress and anxiety, or a lack of essential vitamins namely Vitamin B and certain minerals like iodine, iron and copper. Issues like pregnancy, faulty diets and anaemia also add to the overall chart.

That does not mean you let premature grey hair stop you from living your life to the fullest! The easiest way to hide your greys is using hair colours to cover them up. Try choosing a shade three or less numbers away from your hair colour shade. Also, make sure your hair colour does not contain ammonia; it is usually a great idea to start with natural Henna hair colours. This way, you ensure that no everlasting harm is being caused to your hair while trying to blend in the greys.

But if you are not a hair colour fan, or you’re simply not ready to start colouring your hair right now, there are yet other ways to reduce or even stop the premature greying. All you need to do is take extra care of your hair over a certain period of time, and there is a very good chance that your hair will bounce back to their earlier glow and bounce. We suggest trying out the following to help get back the health and beauty of your hair:

 

Coconut Oil & Lemon

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Most of our elders would swear by using coconut oil to obtain beautiful hair, and they aren’t in the wrong at all. Coconut oil brings strength and vitality to your hair, along with being a great disinfectant, moisturizer and antioxidant. Mixing coconut oil with lemon forms a mixture tough enough to take upon multiple hair problems.

  1. Heat up some coconut oil enough for your hair length. Mix a dash of lemon into this and use your fingers to apply it to your scalp.
  2. Massage the mixture in gently. Leave it in for an hour or two.
  3. Rinse it off with lukewarm water. Wash with a mild shampoo, and rinse with cold water to trap in the essential oils.
  4. Repeat every two or three days.

 

Almond Oil, Amla and Lemon

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Rich in magnesium and light in texture, almond oil is a rising choice amongst youngsters these days. It helps improve hair quality as well as is an excellent replacement for serums and leave-in conditioners. Amla, on the other hand, in full of Vitamin C and anti-oxidants, and will restore your hair to their original health.

  1. Take a couple of teaspoons of lemon juice and mix it with one teaspoon of amla powder. You can also mix it with some amla oil in case you don’t want to go to the trouble of crushing amla berries to get the powder.
  2. Slowly mix this with almond oil. Make sure the final mixture is good enough to cover the entire length of your hair.
  3. Heat up this mix to a lukewarm state. Now massage this gently into your scalp. Gently rub the remaining mix to the rest of your hair.
  4. Leave the mixture in for an hour. Wash it off with a mild shampoo later.
  5. Repeat on a weekly basis.

 

Henna

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Touted as the most effective and safe nature hair colorant, Henna has multiple other benefits as well such as strengthening your hair and bringing back that luxuriant look.

  1. Crush a handful of henna leaves, and grind them to paste. Mix in some coffee powder and fresh yogurt. Using a hairbrush, spread the mix onto your hair from root to ends. Wash and shampoo your hair once this mix dries off. Repeat on a monthly basis.
  2. You can also simply use a Henna natural hair colour to blend in the sprouting greys. Using it once every two or three months would help your hair retain their natural shine over time.

 

Prematuring greys happen for a lot of reasons. While most of these are never too big for there to be no solution to the problem, couple of them are also because of it being a hereditary condition, or because of too much exposure to harsh chemical products. In latter cases, switching to natural hair care products might be a good idea – they can help remove the chemical residue built-up in your hair, along with ensuring a beautiful head in the long run.

 

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