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[ 30 Apr 2012 | 7 Comments ]

Coconut milk in hair is nothing new for most people, it is much more common to use coconut milk in hair than other nut milks like almond and soya or animal milks like goat or cow. In fact there is an overwhelming love for coconut on a whole for hair care that I am sure that for some persons this article is familiar ground. Coconut is a super hair food because of its rich protein content, and minerals, it also very high in fats and produces a very rich oil …

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[ 29 Apr 2012 | 4 Comments ]

Almond milk is a good alternative to milk to drink and to use in the hair. The milk is achieved by mixing water with almonds, grounding it in a blender and straining. As simple as that and you will have milk. This milk can be used as a substitute for animal milk like cow and goat in the diet and also in hair preparations. Almond milk is high in potassium, magnesium, protein, fatty acids, calcium, zinc, Vitamin A, E, selenium and manganese. All these nutritious goodies are quite beneficial to …

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[ 27 Apr 2012 | One Comment ]

Goat milk is another milk for hair, it contains many¬† of the same nutrients when compared to cow’s milk, however, it is lower in fat. Goat’s milk is an excellent source of calcium, protein, phosphorous, vitamin B2 and potassium and it is very highly digestible. Even persons with lactose intolerance find it easier to take goat milk in moderation without any problems at all. Overall, goat milk is a tad bit more attractive to drink than cow’s milk because of it high digestibility, high absorption of minerals like iron and …

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[ 26 Apr 2012 | 2 Comments ]

I am sure you have heard about Cleopatra bathing in milk for a smooth, unblemished skin and you have heard how fortified with vitamins and minerals milk is and how wondrously silky your skin will feel if you use it. Some of you may have even been using yogurt as a base for your homemade conditioners and you find that your hair responds pretty well to it. Well, yogurt is fermented milk; most times the base used for yogurt is cow’s milk.
Organic cow’s milk contains a host of nutrients including …

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[ 25 Apr 2012 | No Comment ]

It is well known that milk is used in several beauty treatments and is quite nourishing to skin. It turns out that the same benefits that milk imparts to skin can be useful to the hair if used externally. Milk as we know is a whitish liquid that contains proteins, fat and various vitamins and minerals that is produced from mature female mammals to feed their young. It can also refer to liquid, such as coconut milk, milkweed sap, plant latex, or various medical emulsions, that is similar to milk …