There are plenty of hair care products crowding the store shelves but if you want to keep tabs on your budget then you need not opt for these over the counter products to make your hair look their very best. These over the counter products not only cost a huge amount but are also harmful to your hair in the long run, whatever they may go on to claim otherwise.
The thing about homemade natural products is that you have the ingredients right on your kitchen shelf and with a little bit of creativity and imagination on your part, you will be able to get the best of products within your budget. Also, you will have great fun putting these products together.
Think of it this way, if you can eat it you can certainly benefit by applying it to your hair. There are several home remedies for specific concerns and you can tap into those to address those specific hair woes of yours. For instance, you can use a lemon rinse as the last thing on your hair after shampooing it for hair that is prone to dandruff, for dry hair coat it with honey and then wash it off, for oily hair apply a bit of body talcum to the scalp and the excess oil will be soaked up.
Coat your hair with yoghurt, any fruits like bananas or strawberries, milk, egg or even mayonnaise. Keep it on for a while and then wash off thoroughly using a mild shampoo. You will have the most manageable, shiniest of hair around and all of this with the ingredients found right at home in your kitchen and for far less the cost then you would have ended spending.