3 Hair Butter or Mask and Home Remedies to Control Frizzy Hair by Expert for Healthy Hair

Are you struggling with your frizzy hair? Then it might lack the right proportions of moisture and nutrients and as a result it was dry and frizzy. So, you should try different home remedies to keep it hydrated and pampered. But often people don’t have much time to invest in an extended home remedy to restore hair to its previous shape. So, it would be easier to apply some hair butter or hair mask to make your hair frizz-free and healthy. There are several products available in the market, so you can search for one and opt for one. So, here are some of the hair benefits of using butter or hair mask and some useful hair remedies given by Supritha Ramesh, Founder, Sash Products.

Deeply hydrating

Butter or hair mask replaces the age-old method of applying hair oil as it includes shea butter, cocoa butter, vitamin A and vitamin E, essential fatty acids, etc. which help keep hair moisturized and hydrated. It also protects against heat damage caused by flat irons and blow-drying etc.


Butters or hair masks have the property of Anti-inflammatory. This reduces scalp irritation, hairs, fungal infections, eczema, psoriasis, etc.

hair growth

Massaging the butter or hair mask helps control your frizz or breakouts, which promotes good growth. So, if you are worried about hair loss, using a hair mask or butter can also save you from that.

home remedies for frizzy hair

If you don’t want to use any product available in the market and only want to depend on home remedies to get the best effects, you can follow these methods for healthy hair:


1-Mix banana, honey and olive oil and apply all over your hair. Leave to act from time to time and rinse with cold water.

2-Mix vitamin E and coconut oil and apply on your hair. Leave on from time to time then rinse your hair with a mild shampoo.

3-You can also mix honey and yogurt and apply it all over your hair. Let it dry then rinse with a mild shampoo.

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