Last September I posted on Instagram about my hair loss and how much it was concerning me. I was losing clumps of my hair not only every time I shampoo’d or brushed it but also just by running my fingers through my hair. It was starting to have a real impact on my confidence particularly because I had experienced this exact same issue a few years earlier due to a Keratin Treatment I had mistakenly tried and reliving this experience was quite painful and hard to deal with. In an attempt to remedy the hair loss I was currently experiencing I started to do a lot of research into the subject and concluded that the best route of action would be to put in place an effective natural care routine. I now feel happy and proud to say that I solved the problem through perseverance and the careful application of my care which has made me feel so much better about myself again. My hair loss issue has been greatly reduced and new healthy baby hair has once again started to appear! So today I thought I would break down the routine that helped me in the hope that it could help others who might be similarly afflicted.
FYI, hair loss can be due to a myriad of varied reasons: fatigue, stress, change of season, hormonal variations, psychological shock, poor diet or too aggressive hair care … so it goes without saying that it is vitally important to first identify the reasons of your hair loss before trying to tackle it as there will never be a one fix solution.
If, like me, your skin often feels tight and dehydrated then this great and simple to make homemade mask is definitely for you. The basic ingredient is banana powder which is an absolute must in my bathroom. I love this powder so much and I use it all the time! In this post I am going to go through the steps to make this amazing moisturizing and purifying mask which is perfect for all skin types and will help your skin feel wonderfully soft, smooth and supple.
I shared one of my favourite DIY recipes for dry and fine hair on my Instagram Stories a few weeks ago. It had such positive feedback I thought I should share it on my blog for anyone who missed it or doesn’t follow me Instagram. As I can personally attest, Dry and fine hair is a chore to maintain. It requires special attention and without regular care can end up brittle, dull and dehydrated. It also has a tendency to get tangled very easily. As a great remedy to save your mane there is nothing better than a good homemade hair mask. Especially one made from a mixture of nourishing carrier oils and ingredients with moisturizing properties. Here is a simple recipe to revive your dry hair.
I was tagged by the lovely blogger and YouTuber Naturellement_Lyla to do a post about my favourite natural beauty products of 2017. I think it’s a great way to highlight the products that impressed me the most this year……so let’s give it a go!
I very rarely buy hair masks these days as they are just so easy to make yourself and usually far more efficient as you can target them perfectly towards what your hair needs. Today I am going to share with you one of my absolute favourite moisturising hair mask recipes which is so simple to make. I have made this same mask over and over again as the results are amazing for my hair and it’s never been in such good shape!! I suffer from extremely dry, thin and fragile hair but since using this mask regularly my hair is luxuriously soft, shiny, supple, silky and beautifully moisturised. This mask truly is a treat for my hair! If you are looking for a similar solution to treat your dull, damaged, dry, brittle hair here is the recipe for you! I promise that if you try it for yourself you will be rushing back to tell me good news in a few weeks time!