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This Diy Protein Hair Mask Will Add Volume and Shine to Parched

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I want to tell you about such a simple solution to your summer hair problems: forget about buying expensive products, navigating the overwhelming bustle of the store Cosmetics Aisle or a long List of mixtures to make your own DIY hair mask. Formulating homemade hair masks can be a lot of fun (and it is, especially with a friend in tow), but it can also be intimidating when the mixtures are not at hand and it can be expensive to buy each mixture separately. That’s why I’m going to tell you about one thing – only one!- this can easily be a quick and nourishing solution for fuzzy hair.

At initial glance, eggs are part of a tasty and satisfying breakfast. However, they are also an affordable natural hair treatment. If your locks need a lift, save your money with this kitchen beauty repair.

Why do eggs work so well on hair?

The amino acids contained in the eggs can help smooth the follicle, nourish the scalp and moisturize the braids, neutralizing harmful sun exposure, pollution, toxic hair products and thermal styling.

The fatty acids contained in the yolk moisturize the scalp, act on dandruff, dry skin and exfoliation. Lecithin, a moisturizing mixture in many shampoos, reduces frizz and helps keep hair hydrated long after rinsing. The sulfur in the yolk (which causes this egg to swell) also stimulates the scalp and increases hair growth.

Different types of hair also benefit from diff

erent components of the egg. Oily hair benefits from the use of blanks that help to gently cleanse the hair and scalp of excess oils. Interestingly, egg whites are also full of enzymes that cleanse your hair and scalp and are recommended for those with oily hair or product buildup. Egg whites are also the host of all these important proteins that make your hair strong, smooth and silky.

On the other hand, dry to normal hair benefits from the use of egg yolks, which contain softening properties to leave the hair strong and silky. Personally, I have noticed a great improvement in the quality of the hair by using only protein hair masks. My scalp has never been so soothed and my locks have never been so soft. Surprisingly, the use of eggs adds volume to the hair and gives it a healthy shine.

Egg hair mask recipe (for all hair types)

People with oily scalp and hair can replace 1 whole egg with egg white. Of course, you will need more eggs if that is the matter.


2 to 3 egg whites (for oily hair and scalp) or 1 to 2 whole eggs (for normal to dry hair)
2 to 3 drops of lemon juice, creating the smell of eggs


Take 1 to 3 eggs, depending on the thicknes

s and length of your hair.

overcome until fluffy – add a few drops of lemon juice if you find the smell of eggs unpleasant.

Simply apply it to your hair and scalp with your fingers to distribute the mixture evenly over your hair.

Cover with a shower cap and let stand for about 20 minutes. The mixture dries out and becomes sticky.

Jump into the shower and rinse well with cold water. (The cold is important to prevent the egg from “boiling” and clumping in the hair!)

Then use a mild non-toxic shampoo and conditioner if you are using the whole egg or just the white. Shampoo is optional because there is no oil for washing.

Bonus: for an even healthier and lush mane that smells awesome, apply Ajai Alchemy Radiance Serum for hair, body and face after the treatment and daily on your scalp, roots and ends for maximum hair shine. The essential oil blend has been chosen to be also non-toxic for your thyroid and hormonal health!

This treatment can be used up to twice a week or only once a month – whenever you have the opportunity to treat your locks with a little love! Of course, the more often you do it, the more benefits you get!

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