Don’t like those grey hairs? Try this trick with potato peels

0
19

You can be able to reduce those grey hairs with just some potato peels and it is a simple and effective trick. Grey hair is what we have to deal with at some point in our lives and it is even possible for some people to hair those grey hairs at their early twenties, while others usually do without having it for a very long time.

The moment you spotted your first grey hair, then you know there is no turning back. Those hairs are definitely there to stay and you will need to accept and rock those grey hairs.

Meanwhile, in a situation whereby you are not comfortable with that yet, there are few things you can do to get rid of them effectively. This trick with potato peels can assist you to reduce those grey hairs before you know it.

Dye

The act of dying your hair could be an intensive activity. It could be done right from home or at a salon where someone else can do it for you. In either way, it will consume a lot of time and money. More also, you will need to keep doing it if you truly want your hair to keep looking good. Meanwhile, there is a new trick out there which is much less expensive and at least as effective as hair dye. All what is required for the trick is a bag of potatoes.

The potato peels contain an enzyme known as catecholase. The enzyme is been used in cosmetic products aimed at evening out skin tones. However, while it evens out your skin this enzyme can also add a little color to your hair. The potato peels won’t cause any damage to your hair and this can’t be said about most of the chemical hair dyes, so it is worth a try, right?

Here are the instructions to follow:

While coloring your hair with potato peels could sound very ridiculous, however, it works effectively. Aside that, it is super easy and you only need to follow these steps to get it done:

·        Just boil a couple of potatoes for about 20 minutes.

·        Remove the peels away from the potatoes and then blitz them up in a blender (the peels, not the potatoes).