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With age, our hair becomes grey naturally but when there is a lack of supply of the essential nutrients we experience premature grey hair. Vitamin A and B and minerals like copper, iron and zinc are the essential ingredients for the hair.
To prevent premature greying of the hair, one needs to stay away from harsh chemical products like shampoos, hair colour and dyes. Because of the presence of toxic chemical ingredients, they damage the hair and the scalp extensively. You should always try to use products made from natural sources.
When you do have premature grey hairs, you get tempted by loud advertisements and end up buying costly products which not only makes your wallet lighter but also don’t produce any results whatsoever.
You can, in fact, get your desired result just by using natural ingredients which are available around you. This treatment just uses a single ingredient which is already available in your kitchen.
The magic ingredient here is a cup of potato peel. This is because, the starch in potato works as natural colouring agent for our hair. Within weeks or months, you should get the effect fully.
Procedure to prepare the remedy
Collect one cup of potato peel and add 2 cups of water over the potato peels. Cook the total mixture for 5 minutes. Let it cool and weight for the mixture to turn yellow. Strain the liquid.
This is how to use it
Shampoo your hair, as usual. Subsequently, apply the potato mixture on your hair and wrap and cover your hair with a towel and keep it for 15-20 minutes.
Potato mixture will make your hair darker and prevent the occurrence of premature greying.
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For most people, a morning shower is a staple part of their daily routine. Without it you can feel unkempt, unclean and unready for the day ahead.
But a recent survey also showed that some Britons go as many as three days without a proper wash.
So how often does one really need to shower?
In fact, according to Dr Elaine Larson, an infectious disease expert at Columbia University School of Nursing, in terms of hygiene at least - you only really need to shower once or twice a week.
She told Time:
People think they’re showering for hygiene or to be cleaner, but bacteriologically, that’s not the case.
Most experts seem to agree that over-bathing can actually open you up to more problems - things like cracked skin that allows germs to get in, the stripping away of healthy oils and the washing away of good bacteria.
Dr C Brandon Mitchell, assistant professor of dermatology at George Washington University, believes that from a purely health-based point of view, showering once or twice a week is sufficient.
Your body is naturally a well-oiled machine. A daily shower isn’t necessary.
If you want to keep odour away, however, then you might want to do it a little more often than that.
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