For those who pamper themselves

The best natural DIY hair treatments

When performing our daily or weekly beauty routine we often forget the importance of pampering our hair and providing all the active ingredients it needs to grow and shine.

Who has never wished for that head of soft, thick, silky hair we see in beauty ads? 

The trick is to dedicate 10 minutes a day to our hair, creating a routine to nourish it and stimulate the scalp. In addition, because our organism affects everything, it’s always a good idea to follow a healthy diet that includes food rich in proteins, such as beans, plant milk, omega 3, seeds and nuts.

Here are some tried and tested tips for taking care of your hair at home with natural ingredients.


…stimulate your scalp!  Your roots need help to stay healthy so that your hair can grow strong and thick.  They are your first ally if you want to remedy dry, damaged hair.

For a circular massage use a brush with silicone bristles or use your hands, making slow, circular movements.  This can be done on dry hair or after applying an aloe gel rich in vitamin B1 and folic acid.  Aloe, used for centuries for its anti-inflammatory properties, acts delicately on hair and deep cleans the hair follicle, eliminating any grease deposits.

Wine also has beneficial effects on skin and hair, because it is rich in substances with a powerful antioxidant and anti-aging action. This is especially true for red and rosé wines: such as the Prosecco DOC Rosé Brut by Serena 1881, a fresh and fascinating wine, which smells of flowers and fruit.

By the way: did you know that the word “wine” has the same origin as “Venus”, the name of the most beautiful of the goddesses? In our opinion, it is no coincidence at all.


… a mask! It’s true, it takes time, but the result after just two months will convince you it was worth it. There are several super natural, simple vegetarian options, depending on what you want to achieve.  Here are six hair masks to provide that WOW effect.

Objective Silky and Soft >> castor oil and coconut oil masks

A super nourishing mask for hair that’s soft to the touch. 

Application time: 1hr


  • Wet the hair and scalp;
  • Place 7-8 drops of castor oil on the scalp and massage;
  • Apply the coconut oil to the hair lengths;
  • Wrap your hair in cling film to keep it warm;
  • After at least one hour, wash with shampoo and conditioner.
Objective Dazzling Shine >> honey mask

Treatment dedicated to making your hair shiny and healthy.

Application time: 30’


  • Mix together 2 spoonfuls of honey, 1 teaspoonful of water and 1 teaspoonful of lemon juice;
  • Apply to the hair lengths only and leave for 30 minutes;
  • Wash with shampoo and conditioner.
Objective S.O.S. Scalp >> aloe mask

A soothing mask to calm your roots so they can relax.

Application time: 1hr


  • Mix together 3 spoonfuls of aloe gel, 2 spoonfuls of coconut milk and 1 teaspoonful of water.  If you wish, add 2-3 drops of argan oil;
  • Apply to both roots and lengths and leave for 30 minutes;
  • Wash with shampoo and conditioner.
Objective Goodbye Dandruff >> yoghurt mask

A soothing, purifying treatment to delicately regenerate the scalp.

Application time: 30’


  • Mix together a full jar of whole milk yoghurt, 1 teaspoonful of honey, 1 teaspoonful of aloe and 2-3 drops of geranium essential oil (or tea tree oil);
  • Apply to both the roots and lengths and leave for 30 minutes;
  • Wash with shampoo and conditioner.
Objective Look out, here comes Rapunzel >> rosemary rinse

A mask to stimulate micro circulation and accelerate your hair’s growth.

Application time: 30’


  • Prepare an infusion by boiling 4-5 sprigs of rosemary and 2-3 sage leaves in 1.5l of water for five minutes; 
  • Mix a mashed banana with 7-8 drops of castor oil and a teaspoonful of honey;
  • Wet hair and scalp;
  • Apply the banana mixture to both roots and lengths for one hour;
  • Wash with shampoo to which you have added 1 spoonful of coffee, and finish with conditioner;
  • Use the rosemary infusion for the last rinse.
Objective Enough of Tangled Hair >> avocado mask

Treatment for repairing dry, dull hair full of knots.

Application time: 1hr


  • Mix together half a mashed avocado, 1 spoonful of coconut oil and 2-3 drops of argan or jojoba oil;
  • Apply to the lengths and leave for one hour;
  • Wash with shampoo and conditioner.


…haircut!  Oh yes, it’s necessary! Every three months, possibly the day before a full moon, you should go to the hairdresser’s to trim the ends, which become fragile due to the use of hair straighteners, blow dryers and brushes.  

It will be enough to trim off 1cm to keep your hair strong by eliminating split, damaged ends. 

Taking these tips will bring you amazing results: your hair will be thicker and more voluminous, with long, soft shiny strands and a healthy scalp with improved micro circulation.

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