Sometimes when we look at our mothers who are approaching 60, we forget that they were also in their 20s. Moreover, in the times of the Polish People’s Republic, there were no cosmetics available to beautify the skin, cover imperfections or care for damaged hair. However, this does not mean that they did not look for other solutions. This is how the natural mask of the 1980s was created.
Natural hair masks are coming back into favor. After drugstore shelves began to brim with various proposals, manufacturers themselves are gradually introducing eco-friendly solutions. Unfortunately, sometimes they require considerable expenses, so it is worth making your own alternative at home.
What about hair loss? Use care from the times of the Polish People’s Republic
Hair loss is often associated with deficiencies of vitamin D or B vitamins. The poor condition of the microbiome also affects our appearance, so it is worth taking comprehensive care of beautiful hair and including linseed, pickled vegetables, avocado, Brussels sprouts, kohlrabi and dried mushrooms in your daily diet. apricots.
Externally, homemade masks based on natural products will work well. However, it is important to repeat the treatment to obtain better results. Mask number one is a combination of egg yolks and castor oil.
- 2 yolks,
- 3 tablespoons of castor oil,
- a teaspoon of lemon juice (optional).
A method of preparing:
Blanch the eggs, drink the yolks in a bowl and combine with castor oil. Mix. Apply to washed and slightly dried hair. Put on a bathing cap or cover your head with cling film. Leave for 30 minutes. After this time, wash off the mask thoroughly, then wash your hair with a delicate shampoo and apply conditioner.
Vitamins for hair enclosed in yolks, or how the old mask works
Castor oil has been valued in cosmetics for years for its regenerative, softening and soothing skin irritation properties. However, in the times of the Polish People’s Republic, women used it mainly because of its ability to accelerate hair growth and the appearance of new tufts.
The yolk helps remove all kinds of impurities and excess sebum. Moreover, this part of the egg is rich in vitamins A, E, D, K, B vitamins, riboflavin, thiamine and folic acid.
It also contains potassium, zinc, iron, calcium and unsaturated fatty acids. This composition strongly nourishes the scalp, strengthens the bulbs and makes the hair soft, shiny and lifted from the roots.