Thina Mthembu says rather than rushing off to treat your hair at the salon, just wait! Your kitchen has you covered.

Mthembu advises, “Before you empty your wallet on hair products alone, take a look in your kitchen, and see what these products can do to help maintain your healthy hair.

HONEY

Honey leaves your hair looking shinier, feeling softer and full of body – plus, it’s full of enriching vitamins and minerals. Click here and get the Essays Of Africa February 2017 mag for a mixing method.

BANANAS

If you didn’t know, bananas are rich in potassium but they also contain Vitamins A, C and E, which are all vital for healthy hair growth. Click here and get the Essays Of Africa February 2017 mag for a mixing method. 

AVOCADO

Avocados promote hair growth; they’re a natural moisturiser and keep your hair strong, soft and shiny. Click here and get the Essays Of Africa February 2017 mag for a mixing method.

BAKING SODA

Baking soda cleanses your scalp and removes hair buildup without stripping your hair of its natural oils. Click here and get the Essays Of Africa February 2017 mag for a mixing method.

APPLE CIDER VINEGAR

If you want to deeply cleanse your hair and have a little shine, it is time to start using that apple cider vinegar in your cupboard. Click here and get the Essays Of Africa February 2017 mag for a mixing method.

EGGS

It’s not only good for a bad hangover; eggs can repair any weak spots in your strands to help strengthen your hair overall. Click here and get the Essays Of Africa February 2017 mag for a mixing method. 

MAYONNAISE

For strengthening your hair, condition and shine, mayonnaise is the way to go. Click here and get the Essays Of Africa February 2017 mag for a mixing method.

Read in detail about Mthembu’s natural hair products stacked up in your kitchen cupboard. Get a copy of the Essays Of Africa February 2017 magazine from CNA, Pick n Pay, Woolies and Exclusive Books, or just click here

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