How to Make Your Own Hair Mask

Posted on 14 Jan 2016 by Anna Scott

When it comes to homemade hair masks, it might sound strange recommending Sainsburys promo codes, Tesco promo codes and Morrisons promo codes, but all of the ingredients you could ever need for that DIY hair product you can find in your food very own kitchen cupboard (once you’ve been shopping that is). Many of those nutritious food items that do your insides good can do your hair plenty of good too for the exact same reasons, so we’ve compiled a few hair essentials that you can experiment with to make the perfect hair mask to suit your unique locks…



Image for Sainsbury's Free Range Mixed Weight Eggs x6 from Sainsbury'sThis is probably one of the most well-known of homemade hair mask ingredients for a very good reason – it contains lots of good stuff that can nourish your hair in a variety of different ways. The most obvious one is protein, and egg is one of the best sources you can get. Next time you use your Tesco discount codes and Sainsburys promo codes to stock up on your free range eggs, add an extra half dozen so you can prepare yourself a nourishing egg-based hair mask. Eggs also contain vitamins D, A and B12 as well as calcium, all which can help with hair loss, split ends and help promote growth. Mix the egg well with small amounts of milk and olive oil for extra calcium and moisturisation and leave on for 15 minutes before rinsing.



M Organic Fairtrade BananasGod bless the banana and all the potassium it contains because this vital component is an excellent way to reduce the frizz factor and the effects of those split ends. Of course, you can pick up some great bananas with a Morrisons promotional code or Sainsburys discount voucher (especially one that saves you £18 when you spend £60 or more on your first online shop with them), but if you find you’re not getting through them as quickly as you’d like, don’t throw them out – mash up a couple of overripe ones and mix with a small amount of honey and olive oil to improve the consistency. Leave on your hair and scalp for 5-10 minutes before rinsing and combing through.



Another one ingredient with superb moisturising qualities, a leftover, slightly overripe avocado can be put to great use on your noggin. Mash up or put in a blender to remove all the lumps then blend with a tablespoon each of milk and olive oil. This one need to be left on your head for 15 minutes (perhaps use a shower cap if easier) and then rinsed through. For the latest fruit and vegetable offers, check out our current Morrisons discount codes or for any of your dairy savings, you can use our latest Tesco promotional offer to save £3 when you spend £12 or more on dairy products.


Making your own hair mask is a great way to use up food products that you might otherwise think past their best, or if you want to plan ahead, our Sainsburys discount codes, Tesco discount codes and Morrisons discount codes can help you save on any extras you might require.

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