Thursday, 14 November 2013

How to use lemon juice in hair

Lemon enjoys a global eminence, because of its incredible health benefits. This inexpensive and simply available sweet-tart fruit is popular in various food recipes like lemon chicken, lemon cakes and beverages etc. Freshly squeezed fresh lemon juice doesn't stop at just giving the meals items a delicious taste. Many perks are also associated with the consumption of this tangy juice.

Our prime amount of Vitamin C in fresh lemon juice helps in boosting the defense mechanisms. Thus, you can keep several illnesses in a bay by drinking one glass of lemon water every day. Before going into comprehensive information regarding the benefits of lemon juice for human health, take a look at its nutritional value.

Lemon juice may be used in a variety of ways. My preferred technique is using it as a rinse. Here's how you can do it.

1/4 cup of fresh lemon juice
1 cup of tepid to warm water
Mix the two together, affect hair after shampoo, and then leave it on for 3 to five minutes. Rinse.

I wash my hair with sodium bicarbonate once a week. During the rest of the week I personally use the lemon juice rinse to help keep my hair clean and smelling good. However, remember that you should only use this rinse two times a week. Applying too much lemon to hair can ensure that it stays. Also, prolonged use of fresh lemon juice can lighten your hair color. If that's not what you want to do, avoid lemon juice. I personally love it since it gives me natural highlights.

There are several people like me doing no 'poo method with the apple cider vinegar rinse. You can include lemon juice to the ACV rinse to help make the smell less strong.

1 tbs of fresh lemon juice
1 tbs of Apple cider vinegar treatment
1 cup of tepid to warm water
Apply in the same manner as above.

The outcomes of adding lemon towards the ACV rinse are wonderful. Hair feels cleaner and also the vinegar smells is significantly reduced.

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