Butter To Moisturize Dry Hair
Butter is used to treat dry, brittle hair and add shine to it.
Dry hair should be massaged with a small amount of butter, then covered with a shower cap for about half an hour, and then washed with an appropriate shampoo.
Olive Oil To Moisturize Dry Hair
Olive oil is good for hair as it contains antioxidants that remove harmful roots from the surface of the hair and scalp, as the harmful roots contribute to premature aging, so protecting the hair with antioxidants helps prevent hair loss, and olive oil is also a moisturizer, which means It penetrates the scalp better than any other type of oil, and this means healthy and shiny hair.
The hair can be moisturized by heating half a cup of olive oil, then rubbing the hair with it, covering it with a plastic bag, then wrapping a towel around it, leaving it for about 45 minutes, and then washing it with shampoo.
Apple Cider Vinegar To Moisturize Dry Hair
Apple cider vinegar helps to boost protein in the hair. You can achieve that by rubbing the hair with a mixture of one teaspoon of apple cider vinegar, four teaspoons of olive oil, and the whites of three eggs, then covering it with a plastic wrap for half an hour, and then washing it with shampoo.
Mix a few drops of sandalwood oil and olive oil or jojoba oil, rub the oils into the palm of the hand, and apply it to the ends of the hair. It can be applied to the entire damaged hair.
Avocado is rich in vitamins, essential fatty acids, and minerals that will restore shine to the hair.
An avocado mask can be made by mashing a ripe avocado with an egg, placing the mixture on wet hair, leaving it for 20 minutes and then rinsing it several times. This recipe must be repeated once in a week for damaged hair, and once a month for healthy hair.
The mask can also be prepared by mixing a mashed avocado with two tablespoons of olive oil, jojoba oil or wheat germ oil, then applying it to damp hair for a period ranging between a quarter to half an hour.