Bananas are packed with vitamins and minerals including vitamins A, B, C and E; potassium and tryptophan (a rich amino acid).
Bananas help to:
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6/7/2013 09:36:35 am
i had no idea that bananas are filled with all those nutrients. But how do i do deep condition with the bananas? really anxious to try it
15/7/2013 08:36:05 pm
I just mix 1 jar of banana baby food into my deep conditioner and leave it on for 1-2 hours. I've tried using regular ripe bananas and it was a disaster. I had to wash my hair several times to get the banana specks out. So just use the baby food bananas.
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16/7/2013 06:05:13 pm
That is an AWESOME idea. Baby food banana will have been already pureed to oblivion so that makes complete sense. Why didn't I think of that :)
28/9/2017 02:43:41 pm
Just use a blender if you are having problems with the bannanas. Blend it for 1 minute
6/7/2013 01:20:01 pm
Good to know about bananna
15/5/2016 11:32:32 pm
Great post.Very well explained benefits of bananas for health.Worth reading it.
7/2/2017 11:34:02 am
I have a blender so I put about two bananas in there to prevent any pieces getting stuck in my hair.
I never took into account the fact that bananas will be able to help the weaknesses in our hair because of heat damage. I should start eating lots of this fruit, in that case, because I have dry hair due to ironing it. It would be a good idea to get a banana hook to keep it in good condition when I buy some to prevent dents or black spots on it as days go by.
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