Take yeast out of your kitchen cupboard and apply it to hair! For what? Yeast is reach in microelements that scalp and strands need. See for yourself that yeast might appear to be the kind of salvation your hair carves for.
It is not a secret that the most positive influence on hair have these substances which originally come from nature. And this is the very reason why we are willing to apply oils as well as other care cosmetics that contain plant extracts.
We are even eager to reach for items that we store in our kitchen like milk, honey and herbs. So why wouldn’t we apply yeast to our hair?
What does natural yeast contain?
Fresh yeast (not the powdered or dried one) is a rich source of microelements that are considered as vital for proper functioning of hair. In yeast, you can find:
– essential amino acids and nourishing substances,
– mineral salts (at most: potassium, phosphor, sodium, calcium and magnesium),
– B group vitamins, vitamin E and biotin.
How does yeast influence hair?
Content of many precious ingredients makes fresh yeast the perfect agent for hair care. Indeed, the substance is also eagerly used for improving condition of complexion and body skin in general. However, let’s focus on hair. Fresh yeast delivers:
– strengthening of hair from their roots,
– halting greying processes,
– restoration of hair elasticity and shine,
– cure for dandruff and seborrhoea.
The most important advantage of yeast is its ability to stimulate hair growth. Why? There is one simple rule why yeast makes our hair longer. The healthier hair is, the faster it grows. Hence, hair bulb strengthening (powered by yeast) gives them a kick-off to grow and extend faster. There is nothing magical about it.
How to use yeast in everyday hair care?
Yeast can be used for preparing homemade masks, which is the most popular method of all. When applied, there aren’t any obstacles that might impede the nourishing substances of yeast affecting hair bulbs. Furthermore, some women also apply treatments that depend on drinking yeast regularly. However, many people might be put off by the unpleasant scent and taste of yeast.