Cosmetic clay for hair

Cosmetic clay for hair

Clay - universal assistant. Clay helps eliminate skin imperfections, help get rid of cellulite and of course has a beneficial effect on the hair.

Clay masks are very popular, many girls use masks made of clay of different colors, depending on the desired result. How can clay help hair?

Firstly, it absorbs dirt from the hair, eliminates excess sebum, helps to improve the functioning of the sebaceous glands. Secondly, it will help get rid of dandruff, accelerate hair growth and prevent the cross section of hair.

After using clay, hair gains lightness and volume.

As you know, clay comes in different colors, each color helps to solve certain problems:

Green clay - eliminates dandruff and itching

Blue clay - effectively removes dirt from the hair, strengthens the roots and helps in the fight against loss

Yellow clay - gives hair shine and lightness, also helps to get rid of dandruff

Red clay - normalizes the sebaceous glands, eliminates fat

Gray clay - nourishes and moisturizes the hair, helps with split ends

White clay - strengthens the roots, prevents hair loss, makes hair more dense

Chernya clay - mostly not applied to hair

Clay can be purchased at any pharmacy, plus its use is that it is inexpensive, and you can buy and use it regularly. It is recommended to use clay masks 2-3 times a week for hair treatment and once a week to prevent problems.

Cooking mask. Take the clay and pour into a bowl, mix with warm water as stated in the instructions. The consistency of the mixture should resemble sour cream. The resulting composition is applied to the roots and all hair.

If you want to strengthen only the roots, you can smear the tips with warm oil (peach, almond, jojoba, etc.). Put on a cellophane cap and wrap a towel over your head. Keep the mask from 15 to 40 minutes. Then do the standard procedure of washing the head.

Helpful advice: Use only “fresh” blend for masks. Already divorced clay is stored for a relatively short time and will not bring benefit.

Recipes hair masks with clay can be found here.

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