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Medic for Managing Curly Hair

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9. Honey


Honey is a natural humectant that can help restore moisture to dry hair. This in turn will help manage your curly hair.

  1. Mix equal amounts of warm honey and extra-virgin olive oil or coconut oil.
  2. Massage this mixture into your hair from scalp to ends.
  3. Cover with a shower cap and leave it on for 30 minutes.
  4. Wash your hair with a mild shampoo.
  5. You can use this remedy once a week.

10. Hibiscus



Another excellent remedy for managing curly hair is hibiscus. The slippery juice of the hibiscus flower and leaves works as a natural hair conditioner. Plus, hibiscus seals the hair cuticles and helps stop hair breakage.

  1. Grind three to four hibiscus leaves and the petals of two flowers with a little water. You can also add dried hibiscus powder to make a fine paste
  2. Apply it all over your hair.
  3. Leave it on for 10 to 20 minutes before rinsing it off with lukewarm water.
  4. The next day, shampoo your hair.
  5. Repeat this remedy once or twice a week for best results.

Additional Tips

  • Avoid using heat styling tools like flat irons and curling irons.
  • Do not wash your hair every day.
  • Use the right shampoo and conditioner for your hair type.
  • If you swim in a chlorinated pool regularly, use a clarifying shampoo and conditioner.┬áPreferably, wear a swim cap or shower cap while swimming.
  • Apply conditioner starting about one inch away from the root and go all the way down to the tips of your hair. Do not use too much conditioner as this can make your hair look greasy.
  • Deep condition your hair at least once a week to keep it hydrated.
  • After each wash when your hair is slightly damp, detangle it with your fingers or a wide-tooth comb.
  • Avoid towel drying curly hair and do not use a hair dryer.
  • Get your hair trimmed every two months to prevent split ends.

These remedies and tips will help you achieve the bouncing, flowing, frizz-free curls you want.

Medic for Managing Curly Hair was last modified: January 31st, 2015 by Top10HomeRemedies
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20 thoughts on “Medic for Managing Curly Hair”

  1. I have always had curly hair. I never use a brush on it, I use a pick. Use a diffuser when using a hair dryer. But always use a GOOD conditioner formulated for curly hair. I’m interested in trying the apple cider vinegar with water, but I’ve heard that vinegar is drying. But I’ll find out! Any other ideas out there?

  2. Hi…. I dont have any idea what apple cider venigar is ? Is it the regular fruit venigar that is used in the kitchen? Please help

    1. No, its a special type of vinegar , and mostly not available at any shop, u may buy it from a super market. It is also helpful to reduce dark spots on face. Addd half cup of apple cider vinegar in a glass of water and drink it, it’ll help to nourish your whole body

  3. I want to try these but u dnt know if your hair is suppost to be wet or dry. I tried the honey and oil mix n I started with dry hair but my hair turned into a sticky mess. So I wet it and it isn’t as sticky. Can u specify if it should b wet or dry in any of these. Than you.

    1. You should make sure the honey is raw. The regular stuff is mix with corn syrup and will make your hair sticky and gross. I mix 1 Tbsp raw honey and 3 Tbsp filtered water in a bottle and shake it until the honey dissolves and then use it. It will be watery but that is how it is supposed to look. Hope that helps.

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