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Short-term home remedy for damaged hair. You can use olive oil for things other than pasta. It is well known among experts in hair care that it can do wonders for one’s locks. It is “a great emollient for softening and nourishing hair,” according to Scott-Lynch, who also notes that it is high in vitamin E. Additionally, according to her, its molecules are small enough to enter the hair shaft. Olive oil, according to Hart, “can help restore moisture and elasticity to dry, damaged hair.” She advises applying some warm olive oil to your palms and working it into the ends to midshaft damaged areas of your hair.

You should let the olive oil sit on your hair for 20 to 30 minutes (you can cover it with a towel if you like), then shampoo and condition it as usual. “Try this as a weekly treatment,” she advises. Maybe these days your hair is limp and lifeless. According to Scott-Lynch, bananas contain silica, a mineral that strengthens and thickens hair, which you can use to increase the thickness and vigour of your strands. She offers her recipe for this banana-based hair mask, describing it as “a perfect deep conditioner”: Make a smooth mixture by blending two bananas, two tablespoons of honey, and four tablespoons of olive oil. After washing your hair, apply and leave on for 25 minutes. Rinse and carry on.

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