Cocoa has long been known for its cosmetic properties in face masks and body care.
It turns out that the effect is no less positive even when used in hair masks.
Microelements and antioxidants, which are contained in cocoa, nourish the scalp and hair follicles, make hair shiny and silky.
Mask for hair from cocoa, butter and cognac
Strengthens and attaches volume mask on the basis ofCocoa powder with burdock oil and cognac. Components should be mixed in equal proportions (for example, 2 tablespoons) and applied to the scalp and hair. A polyethylene hat and a terry towel are put on the head. The mask can be kept on the hair for up to 1 hour, then wash it off with shampoo. Cocoa and oil nourish the hair, and cognac promotes the flow of blood to the hair follicles. You can apply this mask 2-3 times a week.
Mask for hair with cocoa and apple cider vinegar
Strengthen and give shine to the hair mask from cocoa andApple cider vinegar. It is necessary to dilute in 0.5 glasses of warm water 2 spoons of cocoa powder and add 3 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar. The resulting solution is rubbed into the scalp with a cotton pad, and the remainders are distributed over the entire length of the hair. After an hour the mask is washed off, and balm-conditioner or hair conditioner is applied to the hair. Apply the mask with cocoa and apple cider vinegar not more than 2 times a week, so as not to overdry the scalp.
In addition to the cosmetic effect when using masks for hair with cocoa, the mood also improves, thanks to essential oils and the smell of chocolate.