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Hair problems will be solved not by conditioner but by this age-old remedy.

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black soil for hair

These days, due to reasons like lifestyle, lack of nutrients and stress, people’s hair is being adversely affected. These days, most of the men and women are facing many problems including dandruff, dryness, split ends, frizz and damaged hair. For healthy hair, people try many expensive shampoos, conditioners and many homemade remedies. But the plight of hair remains the same. In such a situation, to make your hair strong and soft from the roots, you should try this age-old remedy as a natural treatment. Yes, we are talking about black clay, this clay not only deeply conditions the hair but also brings life to the damaged hair. Let us tell you how to use this clay for your hair.

Black soil nourishes hair

Nutrients like magnesium, quartz, iron, calcium, calcite and dolomite are found in abundance in black soil, which breathes life into your lifeless hair. Along with deeply conditioning the hair, black clay also helps in repairing damaged hair, making them long and thick.

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Use black soil in hair like this

  1. Restore lost shine- If your hair is very frizzy and always gets tangled, then use black clay for your frizzy hair. First of all, soak black soil in water for 2 hours. After 2 hours, pour black soil water on your head. When the hair gets wet, clean the hair roots with black soil. And then wash hair with plain water. Once you control this, the lost shine of your hair will return.
  2. For Dandruff – Black clay is also quite beneficial for removing dandruff from hair. For this, add two tablespoons of lemon juice, four spoons of black soil and one spoon of curd in a bowl and mix it well. Then apply it on your hair and scalp. After this, cover the hair with a shower cap and leave it for 30 minutes, then wash it with mild shampoo and conditioner.
  3. For split ends: To get rid of split ends, soak clay and make a paste of it and apply it properly on your hair and wash it after the paste dries.
  4. For falling hair – add two spoons of black soil, one spoon of curd, one-fourth spoon of black pepper powder in a bowl and mix well. After this, apply it on the roots of the hair and after about half an hour wash your head with plain water.

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