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Summer is the Perfect Time to Feed Your Hair Real Food

Feed Your Hair

 

With all that summer has to offer, it’s easy to forget to take care of your hair during your fun in the sun. Yes, you can bring a floppy hair for protection. Or toss your hair into a bun to keep it out of the sand. But sun damage and pool chemicals are bound to  The good news is it won’t take an arm and a leg to keep your hair healthy this summer.  Feed your hair real food to keep it healthy with and save big from Family Dollar. I also have a $25 gift card giveaway that can help you stock up.

Feed Your Hair Real Food

Mayonnaise

The protein in mayo can help restore some of the summer damage to your hair. Apply mayo to dry hair,  then rinse, shampoo and condition. Or shampoo, then use the mayo as a deep conditioner. You’re bound to see more shine.

Eggs

Just like we eat eggs to take advantage of the protein they are packed with, we can use the yolk from eggs to get the same effect on our hair. Apply a raw egg or two for longer hair – before you shampoo. Be sure to rinse with COLD water for a natural protein treatment that will do wonders for your mane. If you use warm or hot water, it will cook the egg and make it difficult to get out.

Honey for Hair

Olive Oil

Olive oil is a go-to for all hair types because of its conditioning and moisturizing properties.. Extra virgin olive oil is ideal to feed your hair. Vitamins A and E can also help fight off dandruff.

Honey

Honey is extremely effective in treating dry or damaged hair. Since it is a natural humectant, it automatically attracts moisture and is full of antioxidants, which feed hair follicles. Furthermore, it is a great growth encourager.

Vinegar

Is there anything vinegar can’t do? An apple cider vinegar (ACV) rinse can help remove product build up and residue from the hair shaft. Some women love ACV to close their hair’s cuticle.

Avocado 

On your way to Family Dollar, stop at your local grocery store for an avocado. A popular DIY hair conditioner included a mashup of avocado, olive oil and honey as a deep conditioning treatment.

$25 Family Dollar GC

Finding the right products comes with trial and error. But regardless of what you choose, you can find what’s right for your hair and right for your wallet. Enter to win a $25 Family Dollar Gift Card by May 2, 2015 for your summer hair care needs.

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22 comments

  1. Rachael galhner Mills

    Love it!!

  2. Rachael galhner Mills

    I love using mayonnaise for my hair! Coconut oil also works great!!

  3. I use mayonnaise on my daughter’s hair pre shampoo and let it sit under a plastic cap for 30 minutes. She shampoos it out and her hair is so soft and shiny.

  4. I think my hair would benefit from honey the most. I will try your DIY conditioner mixture of avocado, olive oil and honey!

  5. Avocado would be great

  6. I have heard great things about all of those products but I don’t think I could try the mayonnaise personally. I hate mayo. I love to use coconut oil in my hair!

  7. I really like using a baking soda and rosemary rinse. It gets all of the gook out of my locs.

  8. I use coconut oil on my hair.

  9. I might give olive oil a try as my hair tends to be dry.

  10. I just love using virgin olive oil…

  11. Out of the ones you mentioned probably the avacado. My hair is super dry right now.

  12. I think Olive Oil would be good for my hair.

  13. I’d like to try mayo on my hair – I did it when I was a teenager but can’t remember if it helped. 🙂

  14. coconut oil definitely works for your hair!

  15. Definitely Mayo and coconut oil

  16. I think mayo is the best

  17. Olive oil would be great for my hair

  18. I’ve heard about avocado for hair. Mayo makes me gag, but my mom used to use an egg, or beer sometimes for her hair when she was growing up. I’m a big fan of natural hair-care, and have considered trying olive oil for dry scalp sometimes!

  19. I use the mayo for my hair once a month.

  20. I think the Honey would work best for my hair type.

  21. I commented on the 2015 Mitsubishi Mirage post.

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