4 Steps to make guava leaves solution for hair growth

Guava fruit is the best fruit for your digestive system. But this fruit comes in winters only after that you cannot taste this amazing fruit. But instead of this Guava leaves are also beneficial. They help to grow your hair naturally. Even if you are suffering from minor hair loss at the moment, you must not neglect it. Having to deal with it when it gets severe is not only stressful but expensive as well. So why not opt for a natural remedy that work’s great and is cheap at the same time.

While most of us are unaware of the health benefits of guava leaves, it has been traditional medicine for centuries in Mexico and parts of South America. Follow the steps below to make your very own guava leaf hair care solution that will battle hair fall and promote hair growth.

-All you require is a handful of guava leaves, one litre of water and a pot for boiling the ingredients.

1. Start by boiling guava leaves in water for 20 minutes, strain the concoction and let it cool down to the room temperature. You must ensure that your hair is product free, so it might be best to use this solution after showering.

2. Once your hair is almost dry, section it and start applying the guava leaf solution. Massage the solution into your scalp for at least 10 minutes and ensure that it’s well spread. Massaging improves blood pressure, which helps the follicles receive more nutrition.

3. Pay extra attention to the roots and tips while you apply the solution. You can leave this solution on for up to two hours. Optionally, you can wrap your hair in a towel and sleep with it.

4. Rinse your hair with lukewarm water, and not hot water as it dries out your hair and scalp.

*If you are facing a hair fall problem, use this guava leaf solution thrice a week. If you are using it to speed up hair growth and keep your hair shiny, use it twice a week.

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