Restore Hair Damage With Collagen

Ingredients for hair mask recipe for damaged hair

A RECIPE YOUR HAIR WILL LOVE

Collagen Beauty powder is wonderful for restoring damaged hair.

Curling, straightening, drying, dyeing, and chemicals in hair products can cause havoc to your scalp and hair condition.

The good news is you can restore damaged hair naturally with our moisturising collagen hair mask treatment recipe.

INGREDIENTS YOU’LL NEED

This hair mask treatment is very simple to make.

If your hair is thick, dry, and porous, use Everescents Cinnamon & Patchouli Deep Treatment to rehydrate & revitalise dry hair.

If you have fine hair, use Everescents Remedy Treatment, which also reverses the signs of damage & increases hair strength, but it’s not as heavy.

Everescents hair care products make a perfect treatment base because they are organic and contain no nasties that devitalise hair. But you can also use what you already have at home.

Then add Nutra Organics Collagen Beauty, which contains hydrolysed and bioactive collagen peptides and other organic ingredients that improve skin, hair, and nails. Click here if you’d like more information about Collagen Beauty.

If your hair is very dry, add half a teaspoon of organic cold-pressed rice bran oil which is nourishing and moisturising without being heavy and greasy.

HOW OFTEN?

How often you apply hair masks will depend on your hair type, condition, and how often you use heated styling tools. Your hair will tell you.

You can begin with weekly treatments for a month. Once your hair is restored, apply a hair mask once a month to keep it in peak condition.

COLLAGEN HAIR MASK RECIPE

Everyone’s hair differs in length and texture, so adjust the recipe quantities to suit your hair.

1. Pour enough treatment conditioner into a bowl to cover your hair thoroughly from roots to tips.
2. Then add 1 teaspoon of Collagen Beauty and stir until the powder dissolves. Use two teaspoons if you have long hair or you need a lot of treatment conditioner to cover your hair.
3. If your hair is very dry or damaged, stir in half a teaspoon of cold-pressed rice bran oil.

Apply the mask to dry hair. Start about 2cm from your scalp and gently coat your hair strands to the ends.

Place a shower cap on and leave the treatment in for as long as possible, at least an hour.

Do hair treatments on the days you don’t have to be anywhere, and leave the mask on for two to three hours.

Then rinse the treatment out and shampoo and style your hair as usual. Use a natural, organic shampoo that won’t strip your hair.

RESULTS USING COLLAGEN

When you apply Collagen Beauty to your hair regularly and add it to your shakes and smoothies, you’ll find that your hair shines with health. Curl bounces back too.

NUTRITION IS ESSENTIAL TOO

Also ensure your daily diet includes foods that provide vitamins and minerals essential for healthy skin, hair and nails – especially vitamin A, C and E, zinc, calcium, silica, selenium, biotin, b-complex vitamins, and omega-3 fatty acids.

Vitamin A food sources include carrots, sweet potatoes, pumpkin, spinach, kale, fish oils, and cod liver oil.

Vitamin C food sources include papaya, citrus fruits, strawberries, raspberries, pineapples, kiwi fruit, Kakadu plum, capsicum, tomatoes, zucchini, cabbage and kale, broccoli, cauliflower, spinach, and celery. Vitamin C is sensitive to heat, so eat raw salads and fresh fruit daily.

Vitamin E food sources include raw nuts such as almonds, hazelnuts, and pine nuts; raw seeds such as sunflower, pumpkin and sesame; cold-pressed organic vegetable oils, avocadoes, and wheat germ.

Zinc food sources include sesame and pumpkin seeds, shitake mushrooms, oysters, beef, crab, beans, almonds, cashew nuts, chickpeas, and oats.

Calcium food sources include raw sesame seeds, tahini, chia seeds, quinoa, dark leafy greens, linseeds, dried figs, broccoli, almonds, whey powder, sardines, and yoghurt.

Silica food sources include alfalfa sprouts, leafy vegetables, beets, millet, oats, rice, rice bran, barley, horsetail tea, cucumber, leeks, and bananas, green beans, celery, asparagus, and raisins.

Selenium food sources include organic Brazil nuts, oysters, sardines, tuna, mustard seeds, sunflower seeds, rice bran and wheat germ.

Biotin food sources include walnuts, almonds, pineapple, strawberries, raspberries, bananas, salmon, halibut and sardines, carrots, onion, swiss chard, cucumber, cauliflower, and egg yolk.  

B-complex vitamin food sources include salmon, trout, tuna, halibut, cod, soy milk, tempeh, green leafy vegetables, fresh fruit, whole grains, lentils, beans, molasses, kombucha, and eggs.  

Omega-3 food sources include walnuts, fish oils, hemp seed oil, salmon, linseed (flax), chia seed, rice bran oil, and evening primrose oil.

RECIPE NOTES

You can use whatever hair treatment conditioner you have at home, but we recommend using a natural, chemical-free product or organic coconut milk.

To promote healthier skin, hair, and nails, add Collagen Beauty to your smoothies or breakfast yoghurt. The feedback we have received from clients who take Collagen Beauty every day is that their hair gets thicker and healthier, their nails get stronger, and their complexion improves too.

Rice Bran oil is used in hair products to repair dryness and damage, promote hair growth, moisturise, and soften your hair without leaving a greasy residue.

Make sure you use mechanical pressed (cold-press or first-press) rice bran oil. Cold-pressed rice bran oil is rich in vitamin E, omega 3 and 6 fatty acids, which nourish your hair. Also, its high smoking point makes it a natural heat protectant from hair styling tools.

We stock Everescents hair products and Collagen Beauty powder at Rener Health Clinics. And you can buy organic rice bran oil from gourmet grocers and health food stores. Just make sure the oil is mechanically extracted, so there are no nasty solvents to worry about.

Happy Hair Days!

PS* We’d love to hear from you and your results. You can always send us an email at admin@renerhc.com.au