Gray hair represents a big aesthetic problem, both for men and women. It’s actually one of the biggest health problems that a person can have. It affects the self-confidence in people and they try numerous different things to get rid of it.
Nowadays, an increasing number of men and women have white hair in their 30-ies. There are numerous factors for this. One of them is aging, and the most common also include genetics, excessive stress, absence of sleep and slightly healthy diet.
There are numerous hair dyes on the market, but they can be pretty harmful for the hair as well as the scalp. But, you should be aware that also numerous natural remedies can be quite effective.
A popular ancient remedy that can darken the hair slowly is rinsing your hair with potato rinds’ water. They have the ability to dye the white hair naturally in only weeks or months.
Instructions and way of use:
- Peel 5 to 6 medium and big potatoes.
- Store the rinds in a pan where you’ll cook them in 2 cups of water. After the water warms up on high fire, reduce the fire and leave them boil for 15-20 minutes.
- When the mixture has cooled down, put it in a big bowl. Filtrate the water and remove the potato rinds. Keep this water in a glass bottle that you’ll shut hermetically. You can add several drops of rosemary or lavender oil for a better smell.
- Washes and condition your hair like usually. Leave the conditioner on your hair for one or two minutes before washing it. Gray hair is normally drier so it must be hydrated properly.
- Massages the water from the potato rinds into your hair well. Make sure you do not rinse it!
- Dry and brush your hair like usually.
- Never keep the potato rinds’ water in the fridge! Prepare more when you’ve run out of it.
- Do the treatment every day or 2-3 times a week for several weeks or months. Be patient, because it takes time to notice the positive results!
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