Here Is Why You Should Rinse Your Hair With Potato Juice

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Potato juice is very beneficial for your hair.

In this video, we will explore some of the ways potato juice can solve your hair problems.

Potatoes contains many nutrients that can be incredibly beneficial to your hair.

Using this vegetable in your hair care routine is not totally new, but the best way to do it is by using potato water.

Here’s what you need to do:

Ingredients

1 potato;
50 ml of water.

Wash the potato well and chop it into small pieces.
Mix the chopped up potatoes with the water and beat them in the blender for a few minutes.
After they have been puréed, use a clean cloth to strain them.
Squeeze the potatoes hard with the cloth in order to extract as much liquid as possible.
The ideal is to prepare the mixture right before you preform the treatment so you make sure that you’re not losing any of it beneficial qualities.
The application process is very easy.
Gently massage your scalp with the potato juice for five to ten minutes.
Then apply it all over your hair and let it sit for at least 30 minutes but no more then 2 hours.
Wash and condition your hair as usual.
You can also mix the potato juice with 2 tablespoons of aloe vera gel and apply it to your hair if you want to increase the growth rate even more.

Video contains some images licensed under CC:
“Flour – (and Gluten) Free Gnocchi! (Italian Potato Dumplings)” by jjdebenedictis

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