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Tuesday, June 3, 2008

Having a Shiny Hair


I am sure you have noticed that a lot of hair treatments and shampoos have added coconut milk in their ingredients. This is not only because of the milk's calming scent. According to the International Journal of Cosmetic Science, the coconut milk reduces hair damage by 62% better than other types of milk used in hair products. Coconut milk has the ability to bind strands and tighten hair's protein bonds so locks better and maintain strength and shine.

For super shiny hair here's what you should do... place a towel in a bowl of hot water. Shampoo your hair as usual. After rinsing, pour 1/2 cup of coconut milk over your head. Comb it down the length of your strands using your fingers and massage it into your scalp and along your hairline. Wring out the hot towel and wrap it around your head. Remove towel after 20 minutes and rinse hair. Doing this twice a week will give you super shiny hair.

12 comments :

Viveca said...

Great tip - I'll try it!
Viveca

Pia said...

thanks for sharing!

Ann said...

Thank you Liza, I can't wait to give it a try. Oh, I love a new beauty secret...:))

Ann

Waterrose said...

And I thought it was all about mayonnaise!

{girl}forallstatus said...

i used to do this when I still had a maid. But not anymore, parang ang hirap magpiga. Can I use the canned coco milk instead? Serious, can i use that instead?

Maya said...

Hahaha.. now i know why my lola(grandma) was doing that when i was a kid.
Super ka tlga, Liza.

Mariz said...

Used to do this before, kaya lang matrabaho...pero really gives great results. Thanks for sharing this.

Liza, you've been tagged... check out my blog when you can and see what I got for you.

Enjoy your day! =)

Liza said...

Girl for all status

yes dear you may use canned coco milk, but did you know that now you can buy fresh coconut milk in the market? as in sila magpipiga for you by machine.

Max said...

Liza,

This is a great tip! I have put my granny drinking the orange peel tea and so far she is happy with it!
And now I will definitely try this one: we use a lot of coconut milk to cook, so it is quite familiar to us!

Thanks for the tip!

I wasn't able to come yesterday (myISP was in maintenance) so: yes, I had a great weekend! You said you had a busy yet great one: family gathering?

Wishing you a great week!
Cheers

Hey it's Amy Shipp said...

Thank you for that beauty tip!

Imelda said...

I will try it sis, good information

Lou said...

I used to do this...

~Lou

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