Saturday 01 September, 2012

Rwanda : Role of Mayonnaise for hair and skin

Many skin experts believe that mayonnaise is not only good for health, but it is equally good for the skin as well.

You can apply mayonnaise directly to the skin and it will make sure that your skin becomes soft, radiant and when you wash your face it also peels off all the dead cells on the layer of the skin.

The ingredients in mayonnaise have penetrating effect and it can quickly help your skin to get some nourishment and moisture which is required to keep the skin healthy.


Mayonnaise has the following uses;

As a hair conditioner: After applying and rinsing off regular shampoo, use a tablespoon of mayonnaise in your hair. Massage it in deep, from the scalp to the tip of each hair strands. Leave it on for 1 hour and then rinse it off. Wash your hair again with shampoo, to get rid of any odor.

Mayonnaise can turn your hair silkier, softer and shiny because it contains eggs, vinegar and oil which can lock all the moisture in your hair as well as hydrating it.


As a dead skin remover: To remove dead skin at the elbows and feet, rub some mayonnaise, leave it to soak in for 5-10 minutes and then wipe with a damp cloth.

As a facial product: For a soft skin on the face, apply some over your face, spread it uniformly and leave it on for 20 minutes then wipe off and rinse your face.

As a nail strengthener: For cute cuticles and preventing cracked or bruised fingernails, dip them into some mayonnaise for a little while, then rinse.

As a head lice treatment: Lice are pests, any treatment that can get rid of the little itchy buggers is a help. Mayonnaise being oily and thick drowns moving lice.

Apply mayo on the hair, coat it well and then cover it with a shower cap or plastic wrap. Keep this mixture on for 8 hours, and then take a lot of shampoo showers to get the dead lice and mayo out.

Note that mayonnaise only kills lice but not lice eggs. Applying vinegar on the scalp should help with lice eggs.



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