Taking Care of Your Hair, Nepali Mom’s Way

“Anda makes everything better”- Every Nepalese mom ever

From not permitting to dye your hair to putting eggs in your head, Our mothers always tried their best to protect our hair. Well, they are always right when it comes to “gharelu” ways to protect your self whether it be your health or hairs.

Let’s see some of the ways our mothers help us protect our hairs in their way.

  1. 1 Eggs

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    Egg yolk can be a superfood for your hair due to the unique combination of vitamins found inside. This is just more reasons to love this food.

  2. 2 Aloe Vera

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    It contains something called proteolytic enzymes which repairs dead skin cells on the scalp. That is the reason why our mothers always used to brag about aloe vera just how they brag about that neighbour's kid.

  3. 3 "Tori ko tel"

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    It is not only used in every other Nepali food but Tori ko tel stimulates hair growth by increasing blood circulation in the scalp.

  4. 4 Mehendi

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    Raise your hand if your mother's favourite thing to do on a weekend is to put a whole lot of "Mehendi" on her head.

  5. 5 Ginger

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    Just the way it is important in any Nepali dish, it is equally important for our hair growth.

  6. 6 Yoghurt

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    Natural yoghurt is full of protein, it offers nourishment that our hair needs to grow strong and healthy.

  7. 7 Less exposure to sun

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    If your hair has prolonged exposure to the sun, UVA and UVB rays can damage the outside cover of the hair strand, so it's better to listen to your mom.

    They have seen the world more in terms of all the things, even the hairs. So, I think we should all agree on these "gharelu" way of protecting our hair. Tell us in the comments what other ways we could protect our hair in our mom's way. 

    SHARE it with your mom and thank her for always caring and loving no matter what. 

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