How often do you find your tresses in some serious need of therapy? Sunsilk Natural Recharge knows the benefits of going nature’s way when in dire straits. The new shampoo with ginseng root and oil gives you hair that is thicker and stronger. You can now kiss your dull, dreary locks goodbye! If like us, you also love digging into pots of natural goodness from your kitchen every once in a while, then BeBEAUTIFUL has a tubful of beauty blogger secrets for your tresses.
Japna Sodhi
 

Japna Sodhi

Blog: www.whatscookinggoodlookin.com

Her hair fix: Japna told us her tress-tastic recipe is a simple whip off eggs and curd. Eggs are known to be packed with nutrients that promote growth and thickness and because of its ultra-moisturising properties it’s a great treatment for dry and damaged hair. That combined with curd which contains natural milk protein does wonders for your locks.

BB Quick tip:
Ginseng root and oil has great benefits for your hair. It not only lends natural goodness to your hair but also makes your hair fuller with regular use. The new Sunsilk Natural Recharge shampoo uses the same ginseng formula to give you stronger, healthier hair.

Sonu Bohra
 

Sonu Bohra

Blog: www.fashion-bombay.com

Her hair fix: Sonu’s go-to hair-remedy is a luscious combination of avocado, egg yolk and olive oil. When you’re in sincere need of some serious deep conditioning—avocado is the ingredient you can rely on. Rich in beneficial oils that heal frazzled hair, avocado or “green gold” as it’s commonly known not only softens up your mane but also promotes healthy hair growth and is perfect for reviving dry, dull and damaged locks. Thanks for the recommendation, Sonu—we’re definitely going to give this one a try.

BB Quick tip: Parabens are chemicals that are often used in cosmetics and shampoos as preservatives. However they are bad for your hair’s health and yours. We recommend using a Paraben-free shampoo like the Sunsilk Natural Recharge that is gentle, effective and leaves your hair smelling beautiful.

Kavya D’Souza
 

Kavya D’Souza

Blog: www.streakhuefall.com

Her hair fix: “Since I’ve always had long hair, dry and split ends have been an old worry. I usually whip together a tablespoon of honey in a small bowl of curd and massage it onto my hair, mainly focusing on the dry ends. A regular hair wash after 15-20 minutes lends my hair a spa like sheen! Besides this, I swear by weekly hot oil massages.”  

BB Quick tip: Shampoo your hair two to three times a week only. Over-shampooing dries your hair and makes it weak over a period of time. We recommend using chemical-free products like the Sunsilk Natural Recharge shampoo and conditioner to maintain hair health.