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Do It Yourself: The Best Leave-In Conditioners For Your Hair

Healthy and well-groomed hair is very important for your outward appearance. However, you have to be careful – most products contain silicones, paraffins and preservatives.

If you want to save money and still want to have a good hair treatment, you will love our DIY-recipes. Why do we suggest leave-in-hair treatments? There are plenty of benefits: The active ingredients are not immediately washed out and have more time to permeate the hair. Additionally, you save time under the shower – other hair treatments have an exposure time up to 10 minutes.

For better hair growth: hair rinse with thyme

Add 3 tablespoons of dried thyme to 1.5 liters of boiling water and wait for 5-10 minutes. During this time, the contained thyme oil is released into the water.

Then pour the mixture through a sieve and let it cool down. Done! When you shower the next time, pour thyme water over your head. Massage your scalp and lengths with circular movements.

Care for dry hair: coconut oil

Put 1 tablespoon of coconut oil in your palms (over the washbasin). Run your fingers through your hair, gently kneading the oil into the dry tips.

Caution: Do not get too close to the parting, otherwise the hair may look shiny and greasy.

Fresh and tasty: treatment with parsley

Boil 1 handful of parsley in 1.5 liters of water and let the mixture rest overnight. All vital substances are released, such as vitamin A, vitamin B1-B6, vitamin C and folic acid.

Then, pour the water through a sieve, have a long shower and massage the treatment in your lengths and tips.

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My favorite brush for wet hair: ebelin's tinker for easy combability

Extra tip for blond hair: When you rinse your hair with chamomile tea, the blond color is solidified – your hair will shine like a diamond!

Andrea Bruchwitz


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