HOW TO WHIP UP A MANGO HAIR MASK, DEEP CONDITIONING TREATMENT FOR DRY HAIR

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First of all It is only right that we look into the benefits of using mango in your natural hair. You may have heard that mango is the "King", of all fruits and that maybe the case In terms of how awesome and divine this fruit taste.  The unlimited composition of this fruit and what it provides for your scalp is the essential nutrients in helping to produce sebum and to provide moisture to your hair.  This fruit will provide elasticity due to the collagen building of vitamin C. This fruit is packed with vitamin A & C which are essential hair vitamins for hair growth.  Mango has great benefits for your skin as well as your hair, so here are a few things that I have looked into, in relevance to how it can benefit your hair.

HOW MANGO CAN BENEFIT YOUR HAIR


1. Dandruff - The antiseptic properties of mango can help cure dandruff
2. Promotes Hair Growth - With the essential vitamins of A & C it will help to strengthen your hair follicles and in affect will promote hair growth with the antioxidants present in the fruit it can nourish your scalp and tresses and make your hair stronger.

3. Prevents Hair Thinning - Thinning hair is one of the common problems that many of us face, mango applied to your hair weekly can help prevent thinning hair line, mango provides  volume to your hair.

4. Breakage prevention - Mango hair mask are great in preventing hair breakage
5. Repairs Damaged Hair - Hair over a period of time when exposed to the elements and sun exposure and usage of heat, will be crying out to be treated.  Creating a hair mask using mango can help repair damaged hair .

HAIR RECIPE FOR HAIR MASK

Honey & Mango Hair Mask

  • 1/2 Ripe Mango
  • 1 Banana
  • Yoghurt
  • Coconut Oil
  • Castor Oil
  • 2 tbsp. Honey
  • 1/2 tbsp. Olive Oil
  • 3tbsp Aloe Vera Gel or Fresh Aloe Vera

Peel the mango and banana and slice them up, placing them into the blender, start to add the yoghurt, honey and the oils to the mix.  Blend the mixture until smooth and start to apply the mask on clean sectioned hair.  You can sit under a steamer for 10 minutes or wear a steam cap to allow the mix to sit on your hair, then rinse the mixture out using luke warm water.

Mango Mask for Dry Hair




  • 1 ripe mango
  • 2 egg yolks
  • 2 tbsp natural yogurt 
  • 1/2 tbsp Argan Oil
Pell the mango and slice them up and place in a blender, add the egg yokes, yoghurt and the oil to the mix and start to blend until smooth.  Apply the mixture to freshly washed sectioned hair, starting from the roots and working your way down focusing on the dry areas of your hair to the ends also.  You can sit under a steamer for 10 minutes or wear a steam cap to allow the mix to sit on your hair, then rinse the mixture out using luke warm water.









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