Grab your honey and pour it on your scalp right now. Get that nice sticky mess in your hair and let it work its magic ’cause you know honey is magic and your hair needs some magic right now😀.
A couple of weeks ago, I read an article somewhere that honey was used by people in the medieval times to clean their scalps because there wasn’t any shampoo in the shelves. Actually, the ancient people would use a mixture of honey and eggs to clarify their scalps. From the stories I have been told and pictures I have seen, I believe that this honegg (honey+egg) does work because these people from the past had long lustrous strands.
It is claimed that honey conditions hair, stimulates hair growth, prevents hair breakage, strengthens hair strands, prevents scalp infections, etc. I decided to put this to test so that I could really see the benefits myself. I, however, did not go with the honegg option because of an awful experience I have had previously; I went with the honey alone option . So I mixed two and a half tablespoons of honey with a cup of warm water in an applicator bottle. The measurements are upto you; if you want more or less, your choice. I then wet my hair and applied the mixture in my scalp as I massaged it. I did this till the mixture ran out then rinsed it out just like I would do with shampoo.
I wasn’t expecting much from using honey as a shampoo since I love my clarifying poos and I didn’t have much faith in the honey. However, my mind was honestly blown by this honeypoo because it clarified my scalp! Yes it did. What I really loved is that my hair felt clean but not dry. My hair was conditioned and my curls were popping and popping. In regard to my scalp, I have definitely seen a difference since I had for a long time battled with dandruff but after using this honeypoo, they are all gone. Therefore, this honeypoo is the best so far since it has worked its magic on my hair. In addition, it gives some shine to the hair.
Therefore, with the experience that I had, I would definitely advice you to try out this honeypoo or even the honegg if you are a fan of eggs in the hair. I do think that you can use honey as a hair mask by mixing it with olive oil and that way you can get more from the honey. You can switch up your regimen and incorporate honey once or twice a month depending on what you like. So if you decide to try this out, be sure to let me know and if you have any questions or comments, feel free to leave them in the comment section. Thank you for reading.