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This video was published by MarineWife0311 on YouTube. She joined YouTube on July 29, 2012.
She has posted numerous videos on YouTube, but had not made any other information available at the time Dirty Organics re-posted this video. That being said, she also posted this following information:
This video contains a great recipe for complete nutrition for your hair and scalp. I recommened doing this hair mask once a week or bi weekly. Leave the mask on your hair for at least 2 hours if you can, up to overnight.
- Aloe Vera
- Coconut Oil
- EGGS: Raw eggs contain a significant concentration of essential proteins and nutrients. Because of the high protein content, eggs can be used to stengthen hair folicles.
- HONEY: Honey is an effective treatment for burns, but when it comes to your hair, it is very restorative in nature. As a natural healthy means of hair restoration, honey can be used for thinning or falling-out hair, baldness and for adding shine to dull hair.
- ALOE VERA: Natural hair can become dry and aloe vera can help put moisture back into dry hair. Aloe vera is well known for its ability to soothe itching irritation on the skin, and when applied to the scalp, it acts the same way. Although not proven, aloe vera gel may promote hair growth when applied directly to the scalp. Taken orally, as part of a multivitamin, it acts as a cleaning agent in the body that helps promote the release of toxins and can lead to better skin and, ultimately, better hair.
- COCONUT OIL: Coconut oil is used as a natural conditioner for hair. The molecular structure of coconut oil makes it easier to penetrate through the hair shaft and works with the natural hair proteins. Coconut oil is also used to treat conditions like dry scalp or fungal conditions like seborrheic dermatitis that cause itchy flakes.
- 0:00-0:22 – Video begins by showing the main ingredients: Coconut Oil, Honey, 2 Eggs and Aloe Vera Juice. The author also mentions that you can adjust or customize this formula.
- 0:23-0:48 – In a small or medium-sized bowl, add 2 eggs and then scramble them. Eggs supply much needed protein to your hair.
- 0:49-1:18 – Second, add a couple tablespoons of honey, which provide numerous benefits to your hair, skin and scalp. Mix it into the eggs.
- 1:19-1:45 – Third, add one or two tablespoons of Aloe Vera juice. Mix all of the ingredients together in the bowl.
- 1:46-2:50 – Fourth, add about 3 or 4 tablespoons of coconut oil and mix everything thoroughly together. If you don’t have time to combine all of these ingredients, simply use 100% coconut oil.
- 2:51-2:58 – Your mixture is now ready to apply to your hair.
- 2:59-3:24 – Begin with damp hair to help your hair absorb nutrients. Dip the ends of your hair directly into the coconut oil mixture, as this area is often quite damaged.
- 3:25-3:45 – Massage the coconut oil mixture into your scalp, completely covering it. Also make sure it completely covers your hair.
- 3:46-4:02 – Once everything is completely covered, twist your hair into a bun on top of your hair, to keep it out of the way. Then, tie a shower cap or a plastic bag to your head, to help contain the oil.
- 4:03-4:17 – Leave the mixture on for a minimum of 2 hours. Leaving it on over night, is better.
- 4:18-4:25 – When you are done, wash your hair as normal.
- 4:26-4:49 – Repeat this process one time each week for best results.
- 4:50-4:57 – The video closes.
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Article source: MarineWife0311 on YouTube. Originally published at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UpH-E2PuVl4 on October 25, 2012. And, also appeared there on June 2, 2014.
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