TAKE CARE YOUR HAIR WITH POMELO PEEL

15.01.2020 09:16

What are uses of shampooing with pomelo?

Essential oil in pomelo oil are antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory which helps clean our scalp and treat dandruff very effectively. Besides, essential oil in pomelo could protect our hair from drying, thinning and support treating thinning hair.

For above reasons, it has been said from the old days that shampooing hair with pomelo hair helps you own perfect and beautiful hair.

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Shampooing hair with pomelo peep help you own perfect hair

How to shampoo hair with mixture of citronella and pomelo water?

Citronella is an ingredient which can treat thinning hair effectively, especially, clean scalp and treat dandruff. Natural citronella could make your hair thicker and more beautiful.

  • Use washed pomelo peels to wash off impurities and then boil with a little of fresh citronella which has been smashed into pieces.
  • Boil for about five minutes and pour in large pots to cool the water, notice that you should not boil for too long, for example, the oil will be evaporated.
  • After the water became warm you use pomelo juice and lemon grass to shampoo, you don’t need to wash your hair again with normal water.
  • Continue in two to three weeks to get the best results

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You should combine pomelo water with citronella to get the best result

Wash your hair with fresh pomelo peel

If you do not have time to dry the pomelo, you can still use fresh peeled pomelo for shampoo which also works well.

Guide to cook shampoo pomelo peel at home:

  • Freshly boiled fresh pomelo leaves with water for five minutes
  • Use this water to wash your hair 2-3 times a week, which will help reduce the amount of hair loss significantly

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You can shampoo hair with fresh pomelo peel

Shampooing with pomelo peel which has a pleasant aroma also helps you relax after every hard-working day.


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