Are Fenugreek Seeds Good for Your Hair?
What is it?
Fenugreek is a small green, leafy herb originally from southern parts of Asia and the Mediterranean.
Culinary and medicinal applications use both the leaves and the small, brown seeds of the plant.
Ancient Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine practices used this herbal supplement to induce labor, improve digestion, soothe skin irritation, and promote overall health.
Modern research indicates that fenugreek may also have favorable effects on cholesterol, blood sugar, and inflammation.
The seeds and leaves have a distinct aroma and a slightly bitter flavor. Both are frequently used in Indian, Middle Eastern, and North African cuisines.
Prevents and controls hair loss thanks to its high levels of phytoestrogens, that can imitate the estrogen’s functions
Promotes hair growth
Excellent moisturizing and conditioning agent thanks to its high levels of mucilages
Regulates the sebum production
It’s a washing and sanitizing agent, thanks to its steroid-saponins
Gives volume and porosity to hair
Leaves hair shiny and silky.
How to use?
If you’re planning to use fenugreek topically, soak a few tablespoons of the seeds in water for a few hours or overnight. This will create a gelling effect.
Next, grind the seeds in the gel to form a thin paste. You can apply this paste directly to your hair and scalp or mix it with coconut oil, yogurt, honey, or milk to create a mask.
Leave the treatment on your hair for 10 minutes or more. Rinse with warm water and clean with a gentle shampoo.
Infused with Fenugreek this sweet smelling cream defines and moisturizes, dry damaged hair. Lighter than its sister cream, CURLADA, this sweet smelling cream defines and moisturizes, dry damaged hair. Adds manageability to your curls, leaving them soft, shiny, and deeply moisturized.
Which hair type is it good for?
INFUSED WITH FENUGREEK
✔ Tightly Coiled
✔ Dry Hair