Bring Back The Luster and Moisture To Your Limp Hair
Has your hair become lifeless, dry, and/or brittle? Today, Dr Oz invited celebrity stylist, Rodney Cutler on to the show to talk about all natural remedies for limp and lifeless hair. If you suffer from Dry skin be sure to check out Dr Oz Dry Skin Remedies from the prior segment. Also be sure to check out Dr Oz Quick Fix Remedies For Facial Hair as Well. In this segment find out how to make a brown sugar scrub to bring back the luster of your hair.
Rodney said that you don’t have to fork out a bunch of cash to keep your hair looking beautiful. With a few simple products from home, you can bring back the life and luster to your hair. The best part is that you don’t have to spend a dime at overpriced salons.
Brown Sugar Scrub Remedy For Limp and Lifeless Hair
Dr Oz invited a member from the audience to the stage named Wendy. She said that as she has aged her hair has become limp (I can relate to this). She says that more hair products that she uses to give her hair some life, the limper it becomes.
Rodney says that her problem is that she is likely using too many products on her hair. He says this will weigh down your hair and making matters worse than what they already were in the first place.
Dr Oz checked Wendy’s scalp with a skin sculptor. No, I have never heard of a skin sculptor either. Her hair was dry and it was evident that too many hair products were being used trying to treat her limp hair.
Brown Sugar Scrub Remedy :
- Mix 4 tablespoons of brown sugar and two tablespoons of avocado oil. Work the mixture into your hair with your fingers using a circular motion. The sugar scrub will help remove the excess waxy buildup and moisturize your hair at the same time! I have the brown sugar, just need to get some avocado oil!
Does Your Hair Dye Fade Too Fast?
Dr Oz invited another woman to the stage to talk about her problem with hair dyes. She said that she has to apply more color every two weeks because it fades too fast. Rodney said that certain shampoos can make your hair color fade too fast. here is his hair dye color remedy that he talked about on today’s show.
- Use Chamomile for blondes
- Espresso for brunettes
- Beet juice for red heads
When your hair color starts to fade use the ingredients shown above. First shampoo your hair. Then spray on the ingredient (chamomile, espresso, or beet juice) on to your hair when it’s damp. Let sit for 15-20 minutes. Then rinse out the ingredient and apply conditioner.