Why are guava leaves good for your hair?

Why are guava leaves good for your hair?

Scientist prove that can be effective for increasing platelets for patients with dengue fever, and also can prevent hair loss. That’s fantastic! Specialists claim that the leaves can avoid hair loss if used as a daily product for hair care.

Why are guava leaves good for your hair?

The main reason why they are great for your hair is because guava leaves are rich in vitamin B, the most important vitamin that protects the health and hair fertility.

What you have to do?

In one liter of water boil handful of guava leaves for 20 minutes. Leave the mixture to cool down at a room temperature.

You can also rub water decoction of guava leaves on your scalp and hair roots like a tonic.

Also you can massage your scalp with it, leave it to stay for couple of hours and then wash it off. You can repeat this, with letting your hair stay overnight like that, just put shower cap and rinse off the next morning. When you massage your scalp with this tonic, you can regulate hair loss. It will strengthen the roots and hair follicles.




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