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is an egg shampoo good for my hair/is there a recipe

People have used a variety of

People have used a variety of natural ingredients including eggs in an attempt to strengthen, fortify, and condition their hair. The thought behind using eggs in shampoo is that they contain protein and vitamins like E and D which are thought to improve hair condition.

There are a variety of egg shampoo recipes you can find on the web. Most combine one egg with one egg yolk plus water and oil and perhaps a drop or two of essential oil and soap shavings. If you do decide to make homemade egg shampoo, be sure to use it right away or keep in in the fridge. As you can imagine, if left out at room temperature the eggs will grow bacteria and rot. Also, when the egg shampoo is in your hair, avoid using hot water as this can cook the egg and create a mess in your tresses. There are also commerically available egg shampoos available if you don't wish to make your own.

Healthy hair starts with healthy nutrition. Topical treatments like egg shampoo can only help a little bit. If you have proper nutrition, get enough vitamins and minerals in your diet, drink plenty of water, and get a proper amount of sleep, your hair will naturally grow healthier. But there is no harm in using egg shampoo. Many people have claimed to have improved the condition of their hair by using it.

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