7 home remedies for dry hair from Home Remedies for All...

These 7 home remedies for dry hair will make your hair healthy, glossy and shiny in a very short time.



To keep a clean hair brush you should wash it once a month or so with shampoo to remove dirt, oil, and any built-up hair products. Holding the handle, swirl the head of the brush around in a bowl of warm water. Next, put a few drops of gentle shampoo on the bristles of a toothbrush and use the toothbrush to scrub the bristles and base of the hairbrush.

If you haven’t cleaned your brush or comb in a long time, it’s a good idea to disinfect the brush or comb in vinegar or rubbing alcohol. When you’re done, you’ll be left with neat and clean brushes and combs.


According to Prima regular exfoliation is the key to a healthy glow, and the best way to get this is with an acid toner.

It’s less scary that they sound as they work at dissolving the dead cells, and are often kinder than particle-packed face scrubs.

The latest version are designed to be swept on daily but it is advised to start with a few times a week.

Prima’s top two are Ren Ready Steady Glow Daily AHA Tonic which is £25, – Formulated with the health of the skin in mind, REN Ready Steady Glow Daily AHA Tonic helps the natural exfoliating process in the skin while instantly boosting radiance and smoothing the skin texture. A tonic lotion for a luminous and renewed complexion
smoothes, energises, and perfects the skin all in one step, Very gentle towards the skin, it can be used day and night. Targetslack of radiance, uneven skin tone, congestion.
enlarged pores, dry and rough skin.

Glossier Solution at £19. – Unlike physical exfoliators that scrape off the surface of your skin, Solution gently sloughs dead cells away through chemical exfoliation, dissolving the bonds gluing problematic dead cells to the healthy skin beneath. With daily use, expect a reduction in the appearance of redness, blemishes, and pore size. Skin’s texture will be smoother and softer, and the fabled glow of balanced, healthy skin will be in full force. Solution contains a particular 10% blend of three acid actives for maximum efficacy: Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA), Beta Hydroxy Acid (BHA), and Polyhydroxy Acid (PHA). Acids are your friend.


After a long harsh winter, our skins need to be brought back to life again with a scrub using natural exfoliants.

Try these two mixtures from Prima Magazine...

Mix together half the contents of a rose and vanilla tea bag, with 20ml borage oil and 2 drops each rose, frankincense and geranium essential oils.

Apply to your face and other areas of your body that need exfoliating like your elbows, knees, backs and arms. Rinse off in the shower. Only use half the quantity if you are only doing your face.

Pukka Womankind Tea Bags with rose £2.50 for 20 sachets.

Mix together half the contents of a camomile flower tea bag with 20 ml of jojoba oil, plus 2 drops each camomile, yarrow and mandarin essential oils. Apply to your face and areas of your body that need exfoliating like above. Exfoliate with gentle circular motions. Rinse off in the shower.

Teapigs sell Chamomile Flower Tea Bags, £3.99 for 15 bags.




After such a long, dark, wet and cold winter we are all ready for a bit of tlc time so why not pop into The Hair & Beauty Lounge to relax and regenerate with one of our body treatments.


Full Body Aromatherapy – £42                                  

Deep tissue massage – £42                                          

Luxury scalp massage – £20                                        

Back and scalp massage – £32                                   

Reflexology – £20