Guava leaves are chanted as medical leaves in treating various health problems due to their medicinal values.
Did you know that your hair can benefit immensely from guava leaves? Have you ever imagined that something as simple as the leaves of guava fruit can do your hair a lot of good? Well, it’s true!
Guava leaves are high in vitamins A and C, potassium, healthy fiber and lycopene. According to experts, regular use of guava leaves can effectively stop and prevent hair loss, so you should add them to your daily hair care routine. One of the reason guava fruit and leaves are so good for our hair is its richness in Vitamin B. Sufficient amounts of vitamin B can boost growth of hair, damage repair and easy maintenance of healthy hair.
How can you use guava leaves to keep your hair healthy and growing?
Take a handful of guava leaves and boil them in a liter of water for approximately 20 minutes.Leave the mixture to cool down at room temperature. You can use this guava leaves mixture like a tonic, applying it on your scalp and hair roots after you wash your hair. You can also use this mixture to massage your scalp. Leave it in after the massage for a few hours and then rinse your hair. If you want this treatment to be even more effective you can massage your scalp before you go to bed and sleep with the mixture on your hair during the night. Wear a shower cap and rinse in the morning.
Guava leaves are guaranteed to stop hair loss and stimulate new hair growth if you use this treatment regularly. It will strengthen your hair roots and follicles and your hair will start growing like crazy. Don’t wait another day, start using this treatment immediately!
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