Monsoon Hair Care: 3 DIY Home Remedies And Tips To Prevent Excessive Hair Fall In Rainy Season

In the monsoon season, the major concern is hairfall. During this season, women suffers from hairfall because of the humidity and oily scalp.

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Monsoon Hair Care: 3 DIY Home Remedies And Tips To Prevent Excessive Hair Fall In Rainy Season
India is a country of weathers. Among all the four weathers, monsoon is the most loved season. The crystal clear environment, cold winds makes it enjoyable. But in the monsoon season, the major concern is for hair. During this season, women suffers from hairfall because of the humidity and oily scalp. 

Here we will share with you some DIY (do it yourself) masks which will help you in controlling the hair fall.




1. Banana Yogurt hair mask: Take one ripe banana, 2 tablespoon yogurt and 1 tablespoon coconut oil. Mash the banana and mix yogurt and coconut oil  together. Apply this mask on the your hair roots and wait for 30 minutes. Then wash it with cold water. This mask will strengthen your roots and will also control hair fall.





2. Methi, honey, lemon hair mask: Take methi powder, lemon juice and one tablespoon honey. Mix them all together and apply on the hair. Keep this mask for 30 minutes and then wash with cold water. Methi is age old process for making our hair strong. Lemon juice helps the hair grow and also keeps dandruff at bay.

3. Aloevera, hibiscus and yogurt hair mask: Take 2 tablespoon yogurt, one hibiscus flower and fresh aloevera gel. Mix them together and apply on the hair. Keep this mask on the hair for 20 minutes. Wash this mask with cold water and see thr result. Hibiscus is known for bringing shine in the hair. Aloevera is good for making hair beautiful.

During monsoon it is advisable to keep the hair tie and try not to get drench in rain water. It is said that rain water is jot good for the hair as it leads to more hair fall. 



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