In the summer I found it better to space out the mud treatments to once every three weeks. Also, because of a hectic schedule and wanting to make the most out of summer I didn’t do much exploring. I basically just repeated most of the mud treatments I have done before.
All products, whether commercial or homemade, can lead to build up on the scalp and strands. Conditioners meant to protect and nourish the hair along with stylizers that aid in holding styles work by coating the hair shaft. As product build up accumulates on the hair shaft it becomes a barrier to any other product used on the hair.
I am finally getting around to showcasing my hair in it’s wet state, which might give you an idea of what my hair is really like. For me it’s a continuous journey of understanding what the structure of my hair is and as a result,
Mined deep beneath the Atlas Mountains in Eastern Morocco, the Egyptian and Romans were first to use and document benefits of rhassoul clay. Other names for rhassoul clay include – ghassoul clay, red clay, red moroccan clay or oxide clay.
The latin botanical name of basil is Ocimum Tenuiflorum or Ocimum Sanctum. This is the same regular basil we buy at the grocery store. There is another species of basil with the Latin name Ocimum Basilicum (also known as Thai Basil).
Egg yolks contain essential vitamins (A,D, E, B9, B12, B6, K etc) minerals (sodium, potassium, calcium, iron, phosphorus etc), fats (saturate, mono-unsaturated, poly-unsaturated, cholesterol) and protein. Only about ½ of the egg yolk is protein. So egg yolks have multiple benefits when used on the hair.