Why do not women resort to the eternal desire to have a lush and chic hair. One of these ways, in view of its availability and effectiveness, are nutritional hair masks based on foods whose recipes have been known since ancient times. In this article, we will talk about the use of such a valuable and respected product as bread in the masks.
To improve the health of the ringlets, rye bread, popularly known as black bread, is used (white bread is rarely used). It contains a large amount of vitamins and microcells useful to the health of the body and, above all, of the B group vitamins, which improve the structure of the hair, prevent its loss and accelerate growth, restore the balance of the scalp. Also, the use of black bread in the masks facilitates gentle cleansing and elimination of excess sebum, which solves problems such as seborrhea and itching of the scalp, increased fatness of the hair at the roots and, conversely, the dryness of their tips. Thus, bread masks are especially suitable for fatty and mixed hair types . With normal and dry hair, the introduction of additional components in the masks, moisturizing curls (for example, vegetable oils) is required.
Below are the recipes for the most common masks for hair from bread:
Take 4 slices of rye bread and pour boiling water so that the water completely covers them. Leave in a warm place for at least 2 hours, and you can put it for night. Squeeze the water through the cheesecloth and get the resulting bread gruel thoroughly into the roots of the hair and scalp. After 30-40 minutes, rinse the head well under a stream of warm water. This mask can be used for all types of hair, except for very dry. Recommended frequency of application is 1-3 times a week.
Bread mask with vitamins To improve hair growth and give it a natural natural shine, the mask described above can be enriched with nutrients. To do this, in the bread that is present in the water, add 100 g of light beer and 1 capsule of liquid vitamins A and E, which are pre-dissolved in a small amount of warm water. In this case, you should not strain the bread cereal through gauze, but you need to rub the resulting composition into the roots of the hair, smoothly distributing along their entire length. On top of the hair is put on a cellophane bag and they are wrapped in a towel. After 40-60 minutes, the mask is washed off with warm water. With dry hair, make 1-2 tablespoons of vegetable oil and mix it with a shampoo. Recommended frequency of application - 2 times a week
1. Mask with bread and yogurt
4 small pieces of rye bread (can be crusted) pour low-fat kefir so that it completely covers the bread. Instead of kefir, you can use sour milk, whey or curdled milk. Put the swell for 1-2 hours in a warm place, then thoroughly mix until a uniform mush. The resulting mass is applied to slightly damp hair, rubbed into the roots and evenly distributed throughout the entire length. The head should be wrapped with plastic wrap and wrapped on top with a warm towel. After 30-40 minutes, wash off the mask with warm water using shampoo. This mask cleans, tones and degreases hair well. It can be used with a mixed type of hair, but in this case the composition should be applied only to the roots.
2. Mask of bread and ginger
To 2 tablespoons, grated on a fine grater of fresh and peeled ginger root, add 2 slices of rye bread and pour the contents with slightly warmed serum. Let it brew for 1 hour, then strain through gauze. The resulting gruel soft massage movements rub into the roots of hair and scalp. After 40-50 minutes rinse with warm water and shampoo. With regular application, this mask perfectly eliminates the increased fat content of the scalp and dandruff .
1. Mask of bread and oils
2-3 pieces of rye bread pour boiling water and let it brew for 2 hours. Strain the water through the cheesecloth and add 2 tablespoons of olive oil to the resulting gruel (can be replaced with linseed or wheat germ oil), 1 tablespoon of mayonnaise and 1 egg yolk. To strengthen and shine the hair, you can also add 3-5 drops of essential oil of ylang-ylang, rosemary, incense or myrrh. Thoroughly mix all the ingredients and apply the resulting mass to wet hair along the entire length. After 40-60 minutes rinse with warm water using shampoo and conditioner balm. This mask perfectly nourishes and refreshes hair.
2. Mask of bread with milk
4 slices of black bread (preferably without crust), pour 0.5 cups of hot milk, in which pre-dissolve 1 teaspoon of honey. Put the file for 15 minutes, then add 2 tablespoons of olive, almond, burdock or castor oil to the resulting bread crumb. Vegetable oils can be replaced with fatty sour cream or mayonnaise. Mix well, grind and get the resulting composition on slightly moistened hair, rubbing well into the roots. After 30-40 minutes rinse with shampoo and balm.
1. Mask of bread and pepper
2-3 pieces of rye bread pour boiling water and leave to soak for 1-2 hours. Then strain through gauze and add to the resulting gruel 3 tablespoons of pepper tincture. In the case of a fatty and mixed type of hair, 50 g of kefir or pulp of an average tomato should be introduced into the mask, and with normal and dry type of hair 2-3 tablespoons of burdock, castor or almond oil, 1 tablespoon of mayonnaise and 1 yolk. Thoroughly mix all the ingredients and rub into the roots of the hair. After 30-40 minutes rinse with warm water with shampoo and balm .
2. Mask of bread, eggs and mustard
In 2-3 slices of black bread, add 2 raw egg yolks until they are completely spread over the surface. In a small amount of warm water, dilute 1 tablespoon of dry mustard powder and combine it with bread and yolk. With very dry hair, 1-2 tablespoons of burdock, castor or almond oil should be added to the mask. Allow the mixture to stand for 1 hour, then carefully stir and grind. With gentle massage movements rub into the roots of the hair, soak for 20-40 minutes, then wash off with shampoo and balm.