Unlike the Western world, Indians believe nature provides the power to heal all things. Instead of popping pills or using harsh chemicals on their skin, they use what earth provides them.
Since ancient times, Indians used the same methods they use now. Have you ever wondered why Indian women have such long, luscious black hair that never seems to go gray? It’s because they know beauty secrets Westerners aren’t accustomed to.
If you want to improve the health of your hair and make it grow faster, these 8 Indian beauty secrets will make your hair shine and grow faster than ever before. Make sure to share these secrets with all of your friends!
#1 A Simple Cold Water Rinse
#2 Aloe Vera Juice
Aloe vera juice is used for more than just treating sunburns. It’s best to pick some fresh aloe leaves and break them open to get the freshest aloe juice without any preservatives. Massaging the fresh juice/gel into your hair and scalp works wonders. If you have dandruff, aloe will moisturize your scalp and promote hair growth.
#3 Coconut Oil
Coconut oil is an all-around miracle oil with too many uses to list here. Right now, let’s focus on all the wonderful things it can do for your hair and scalp. It’s best to use virgin coconut oil melted down and slightly heated (make sure not to overheat it). Then massage the warm oil into your hair and scalp. Next, put on a shower cap to keep in the warmth. The oil will nourish your hair and scalp while breaking down the sebum build-up around your hair follicles. Leave the oil in for a minimum of 30 minutes and use an all-natural shampoo to wash the oil out. Apply the oil at least once per week for best results.
#4 Apple Cider Vinegar
Similar to coconut oil, Apple Cider Vinegar or ACV has countless health benefits. One of those benefits is hair health. If you’re suffering from excessive hair fall, you need to start using ACV now. An ACV rinse will balance the pH levels of your scalp which will help treat a dry & itchy scalp, prevent dandruff and untangle your hair. Some people use ACV instead of shampoo. Be sure to dilute the ACV 50:50 with water because the vinegar alone may burn your scalp. The best brands are raw apple cider vinegar with the “mother,” stay away from the distilled versions.