4 masks for thick and healthy hair with lemon juice

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What woman does not want beautiful and thick hair? Some have already found the best ingredients for a beautiful hairstyle, while others are still figuring out which preparations would best suit their hair. Before visiting the drugstore, we suggest that you first try natural masks, which you can make in a completely simple way. We have prepared 4 hair masks for you, in which your hairstyle will beautify their main ingredient: lemon juice.

Lemon juice for the miracle ingredient hair mask is valid due to the high content of vitamin C. It stimulates production collagen– substances that will make your hair grew faster. At the same time, the acidity of the lemons will simulate yours hair follicles and thus prevented excessive hair loss.

You can apply lemon juice on your hair without additional ingredients: you simply mix it in a container with water and wash your hair with the liquid together with warm water wash. Another option is to save it to spray bottles and then spray it on your scalp. To avoid hair damage, lemon juice after 10 minutes rinse further with warm water.

If you want an even more effective solution, we suggest you start preparing hair mask with lemon juice. We have prepared for you 4 masks, which will ensure that your hair lush, healthy and shiny.

Lemons contain an abundance of beneficial substances Photo: Pixabay / Pexels

1. Mask with lemon juice and aloe vera

Also aloe vera it is considered a miracle ingredient in hair products: it has a lot of it moisturizing properties, but it is also rich in vitamins, fatty acids and minerals. In addition, it contains zinc and copper, which are known for accelerate hair growth.
Prepare the mask so that 2 tablespoons of lemon juice mix with spoon of aloe vera gel. Then you gently apply it on the scalp and after 30 minutes wash off with a mild shampoo.

2. Mask with lemon juice, olive and castor oil

Olive oil contains oleic acid, palmitic acid and squalane– substances that will make your hair soft and shiny. Castor oil will be with his ricinoleic acid and omega-6 fatty acids guaranteed good blood circulation of the scalp and thus help your hair to be grew faster.
Prepare the mask so that juice of one lemon mix with 1 tablespoon of olive oil and 1 tablespoon of castor oil. Then put everything together on a low heat for a few minutes warm up. We suggest massaging the mixture into a bit damp hair and after approx one hour rinse. For best results use the mask once a week.

Did you know that olive oil, vinegar and lemons can help your hair? Photo: Ron Lach / Pexels

3. Mask with lemon juice, coconut oil and camphor oil

For miraculous properties coconut oil you've probably heard of it, but maybe you haven't tried it yet camphor oil (camphor oil). This essential oil has an abundance anti-inflammatory properties, which can help you cope scalp infections. But be careful: you can only use it in small amounts.
Apply the mask by first heating it over low heat 3 tablespoons of coconut oil, which you then add to a few drops of camphor oil and a teaspoon of lemon juice. Then massage the scalp with the mixture for a few minutes, and then wrap it with a warm towel and you wait 15 minutes. Then wash off the mask with a mild shampoo.

4. Mask with lemon juice and vinegar

Mask with lemon juice and vinegar is a great idea if you want to simple a preparation that does not require long preparation and the purchase of new ingredients. Vinegar can restore natural pH balance of your hair, which can be damaged by using shampoos, and it will also remove from your hair impurities and bacteria.
Prepare the mask so that lemon juice mix with equal amount of white vinegar (we suggest the juice of half or a whole lemon). You then massage the mixture into the scalp and wait 15 minutes and wash it off with a gentle shampoo.

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