Hops for hair.
BEAUTIFUL & HEALTHY HAIR
Hops for hair. In nature there are such unique plants that are used in many areas. Hops are a prime example. It is used in the paper industry, and for the manufacture of yarn, and in cooking, and even in brewing. It is well known as a medicinal plant and a proven cosmetic product. Hop bumps are especially effective for hair.
The buds are actually the spiral-shaped flowers of the hop. This is the most useful part of the plant, which must be collected exclusively in ecologically clean places. Proper procurement and storage is also important.
The healing properties of the plant are due to its rich chemical composition. It is rich in vitamins B1, C, E, K, choline, essential oils, phytoncides, tannins, wax. Hops are a source of organic acids: acetic, formic, butyric, valerian, etc.
EFFICIENCY OF HOPCONS FOR HAIR
Hop cones give you the chance to grow healthy, beautiful, silky hair. Active substances have the ability to penetrate deep into the skin and hair, acting on them at the cellular level. This natural remedy provides a lasting effect, but it only appears with regular use (after a week or two, depending on hair problems).
Hops have a wide range of activities:
strengthens, fights hair loss;
gives shine, silkiness;
reduces fat content;
helps with seborrhea, dandruff;
effective for psoriasis and fungal infections.
SPECIFIC APPLICATION FOR HAIR HOP
For women, hops are useful for coloring and for healthier hair. There are no contraindications for using this plant as a remedy for improving hair. But there are some precautions. First of all, this applies to owners of light or bleached hair. Hops often darken the hair shade by one or two shades. Therefore, blondes should definitely try the effect of the decoction on a small strand. Women who have recently dyed their hair should also try the effect on a thin strand, as hops sometimes wash away the dye.
It is also undesirable to use products containing hops if the hair is too dry. This plant is optimal for normal or oily hair.
As for the duration of the course of treatment, it is usually 15 procedures; you need to apply the funds every time after washing your hair. After the course, a break of at least a month is required, and it is advised to repeat the course again. During the break, it is recommended to rinse the hair with infusion of nettle or burdock root.
After using the hops, it is important to try not to use a hair dryer and not to wipe the hair dry immediately, since the beneficial substances must be absorbed. In order for the hair to become healthier, it must dry naturally. The hop smell disappears pretty quickly.
We must not forget about the possibility of allergies, individual intolerance. Hops in any form are not used for severe circulatory problems.
HOW TO USE HOP BUNS FOR HAIR
Most often, decoctions are shown for rinsing hair after washing. How to brew hop cones? Read below:
To prepare the broth, 2 tbsp is required. spoons of cones and a liter of water. After boiling, boil for 20 minutes. Strain, cool and use for rinsing.
To prepare the infusion, pour 30 g of cones with a glass of warm water. Insist for a day. Rub into the roots after shampooing, rinsing is not required.
Hops and calendula
1 tbsp. pour a spoonful of hop cones and 1 teaspoon of calendula with a liter of boiling water, leave for half an hour. It is recommended to wash your hair with a filtered infusion for a month.
Hops, calendula and sea buckthorn
The infusion from this collection is especially effective when it is required to activate hair growth. For cooking take:
30 g hop cones;
20 g of sea buckthorn seeds;
40 g of calendula flowers.
Pour a liter of boiling water and leave for up to three hours. Rub into clean, damp scalp. Every time you need to prepare a fresh product, as it quickly loses its healing properties.
You need to take a teaspoon of the following components:
Pour the mixture of herbs with two glasses of boiling water, boil for 10 minutes. After that, insist for 6 hours. Hop cones go well with other medicinal herbs useful for hair: coltsfoot, yarrow, calamus root or burdock.