Fruit hair masks for healthy and lustrous hair

Considering the fact that we are at home in the wake of the novel coronavirus lockdown, we do have a lot of time in our hands. This is the perfect time for you to indulge in self-care and what could be better than home remedies to do so.

It’s summer and the hot weather may leave you with frizzy hair and an irritated scalp. To help you avoid that and nourish your hair, in our Quarantine Curation today, we listed homemade masks made with fruits that you can easily buy from local vendors or supermarkets.

So, get ready for your at-home pampering session with these seven no-jhanjhat, pocket-friendly fruit masks that you can make at home easily.
Banana acts as a great conditioner for hair and is also known for healing dry and flaky scalp. For this mask, mash a banana with 1/2 cup of yoghurt and one tablespoon of honey in a bowl. Create a lump-free paste and apply generously on your scalp and hair strands. Leave the paste on for about 30 minutes and wash. Use this mask twice a week for a healthy scalp and hair.

This Vitamin C-rich fruit works wonders on your hair if used regularly. This mask will leave your hair with a natural shine and bounce. It will also help you treat various scalp-related issues. For this mask, take peels of two to three oranges and blend it with 1/2 cup of yoghurt to make a thick paste. Apply the paste on your scalp and mane, and let it sit for about an hour and wash off with shampoo and lukewarm water.