green tea

Yes, folks. Green tea is not only good for our health but a great help for all sorts of hair problems. It is a known fact that green tea is a great source for antioxidants that is badly needed by our body to be in top shape.

However, do you know that it is also extremely good for your hair? It can treat any scalp problems like dandruff, itchy and scalp psoriasis. Learn how to DIY hair treatments, mask, shampoo, conditioner and rinse. Reap the benefits of natural green tea remedy and get longer and healthier hair.

For an instant results, you can also opt for the best tape hair extensions. This can temporarily add volume and length for as long as 24 months with proper care. But I would highly recommend the use of green tea for long term effect.

Here are the uses of green tea:

For a smoother and shinier hair, use green tea as final rinse to get your desired results. To make the rinse, soak two tea bags in 2-3 cups of hot water and let it cool down. Massage scalp for a couple of minutes and leave it on. This rinse will stimulate your hair to grow, minimizes hair fall, treats and prevents dandruff as well. It also adds body to your hair, perfect answer to thinning hair.

To make the concoction, boil a cup of water add two tablespoon of green tea leaves, one lemon peel and 3-4 teaspoon of coconut oil. Let it simmer for 2 minutes and wait for it to cool down. Apply this mixture unto your scalp and hair using a cotton ball. Massage and leave it on for 45 minutes before rinsing it thoroughly with a shampoo. This can be done 3-4 times in a month to treat dandruff and at the same time stimulate the hair to grow.

Boil four teaspoon green tea leaves in a cup of water or two tea bags in a cup of water and put in one tablespoon coconut oil and a teaspoon honey. Blend mixture well and massage on scalp. Let it stay for 30 minutes before rinsing with cold water. This is a perfect conditioner keep hair shiny and moisturised.

This hair mask is a perfect growth stimulator for your hair and stops hair loss too. Beat egg until fluffy and add two teaspoon of green tea. Apply the mask, and then leave it for 30 minutes before rinsing thoroughly and shampoo. For best results, mask needs to be applied at least 3 times in a week.

Soak one green tea bag in one cup of water for 30 minutes and let it cool. Now add one cup Castile soap and a tablespoon of olive oil to the green tea. You can also add your favourite essential oil to add scent to your shampoo. This is an excellent shampoo compared to the chemical-laden one because it does not only clean your hair but also moisturises them.

So the next time you drink green tea you can reuse them as a hair rinse to maximize it’s benefit.