DIY Herbal Hair Treatment At Home

diy herbal hair treatment at home

In Singapore culture, hair isn't just a part of your look, it’s an emotion and culture that tells a lot about the story of heritage, personal pride, and health. Have you ever noticed how a good hair day makes you feel like you can take over the world? 

That’s the power of hair in these cultures and it's taken seriously.

When it comes to treating your hair, herbal remedies are the secret stars. Herbal remedies have been practised for a long time in Chinese and Singaporean cultures. So, giving your hair a natural spa every day with ingredients that have been for centuries is like turning back the wisdom of your grandparents in a modern twist.

So, it sounds Great!! Right?

But I am not an herbalist. That’s where the DIY treatments can be used. In this article, we will see some of the famous DIY hair loss treatments, embracing the rich tradition of Chinese and Singaporean cultures that everyone can use easily.

So, let's make every day a great hair day.

DIY Herbal Hair Mask at Home

There are many easily available ingredients for hair loss treatment at home that we don't know about. Thus, let’s look into some of the best DIY hair masks for all your biggest fears of hair loss, including damage and dryness.

#1: Moisturizing Aloe Vera and Coconut Oil Mask

Ever felt like your hair's begging for a drink? This mask is like the ultimate hydration boost. Aloe vera hydrates and soothes the scalp, while coconut oil seals in moisture, leaving your hair soft, shiny, and super happy.

  • Ingredients:
    • 2 tablespoons of aloe vera gel
    • 1 tablespoon of coconut oil
  • Instructions:
    • Mix the aloe vera gel and coconut oil in a bowl until you get a smooth texture.
    • Apply this blend to your hair and scalp, and ensure every strand is covered.
    • Leave it on for 30 minutes, then rinse with a mild shampoo.

You can also check out the Two Herbs dry scalp moisturiser. It regains moisture by hydrating your scalp. The major ingredient of this moisturizing mask is Hydrolysed Royal Jelly Protein. It’s a protein made up of amino acids that will bind moisture to your scalp, making it the perfect hair fall treatment at home.

#2: Neem and Honey Mask

Is dandruff making you feel like it's snowing in July?

Another hair care treatment you can do at home is this neem and honey mask. Neem's antibacterial properties target dandruff right at its source. Honey adds moisture and shine, making your scalp feel clean and refreshed.

  • Ingredients:
    • A handful of neem leaves (or 1 tablespoon of neem powder)
    • 2 tablespoons of honey
  • Instructions:
    • If using neem leaves, grind them into a paste. Mix the neem paste (or powder) with honey until well combined.
    • Apply to your scalp and hair, focusing on the roots.
    • Leave it for about 20 minutes, then wash off with a gentle shampoo.

#3: Fenugreek and Yogurt Mask

Seeing more hair on your brush than you'd like? This hair treatment at home for hair fall for you.

Fenugreek seeds are rich with nutrients that promote hair growth and improve texture, while yoghurt cleans your hair.


  • 1 tablespoon of fenugreek seeds. You can soak it overnight and grind it into a paste.
  • ½ cup of yoghurt
  • Instructions:
    • Mix the fenugreek paste with yoghurt until you achieve a smooth consistency.
    • Apply this mask to your hair and scalp.
    • Leave it for about 30 minutes, then wash with lukewarm water and a mild shampoo.

#4: Avocado and Egg Yolk Mask

If your hair feels lifeless, this mask is for you. Avocado, rich in vitamins, minerals, and fatty acids, breathes life back into dull hair. Egg yolk, on the other hand, is a powerhouse of protein and fats and helps strengthen strands from within.

  • Ingredients:
    • 1 ripe avocado
    • 1 egg yolk
  • Instructions:
    • Mash the avocado in a bowl until it's smooth.
    • Add the egg yolk and mix well to create a creamy paste.
    • Apply the mixture to your hair, from roots to tips, ensuring every strand is generously coated.
    • Leave it on for 20-30 minutes, then wash thoroughly with cool water and follow up with your usual shampoo routine.

#5: Banana and Olive Oil Mask

Bananas aren’t just for smoothies; they're a boon for your hair, too! Combined with olive oil, this mask is perfect for taming frizz and repairing split ends. Bananas moisturize and smooth the hair shaft, while olive oil adds deep nourishment and lustre. Check out this frizzy hair treatment at home!

  • Ingredients:
    • 1 ripe banana
    • 2 tablespoons of olive oil
  • Instructions:
    • Blend the banana in a blender until smooth, ensuring there are no lumps (to avoid banana bits getting stuck in your hair).
    • Mix in the olive oil in banana paste until you have a consistent mixture.
    • Apply this blend to your hair. Try to focus on the ends of your hair or any particularly frizzy areas.
    • Leave it on for about 30 minutes, then rinse with lukewarm water and shampoo as usual.

These DIY herbal hair masks are not just easy to make at home. Regular use can help address various hair issues, from dryness and damage to dandruff and hair fall. So, the next time your hair needs some treatment, look no further than your kitchen!

For your convenience, Two Herbs has also introduced the home hair loss treatment for your hair loss problem. It’s the best hair treatment at home for hair loss, for effective hair growth that solves all your hair loss problems. The product has been made by considering all the requirements needed for your healthier hair.

DIY Natural Hair Keratin Treatment at Home

Keratin is a fibrous protein that protects your hair from external damage. Keratin is not only important for your hair but is also important for your body. Keratin treatment has become one of the most commonly used treatments for damaged hair. Here, we will see the natural method of keratin hair treatment at home using natural ingredients:


  • 1 cup of coconut milk. It is rich in protein, which strengthens your hair.
  • 2 tablespoons of olive oil. It moisturizes your hair.
  • 1 tablespoon of honey
  • 2 tablespoons of gelatine powder. It forms the collagen that coats the hair, mimicking the smoothing effect of keratin.
  • A few drops of essential oils (like rosemary or lavender for additional scalp benefits and fragrance)


  • At first, gently heat the coconut milk without boiling it. This makes it easier to blend with other ingredients.
  • Next, sprinkle gelatine into the warm milk and stir until it dissolves completely. Gelatine’s proteins will bond with your hair, providing a protective coating.
  • Then, stir the olive oil and honey into the mix. This helps to moisturize and shine your hair, helping smooth frizz.
  • Let the mixture cool down. Then, add a few drops of your favourite essential oils for a nice scent.
  • Clean your hair with a gentle shampoo. Apply the mask evenly, covering all your hair. Use a brush or your hands to spread it well.
  • Wrap your hair in a shower cap or plastic wrap. This will trap heat and boost the mask's effectiveness.
  • Leave the mask on for about 30-40 minutes. It allows the ingredients to deeply nourish your hair.
  • Rinse your hair with lukewarm water and follow up with a conditioner to lock in the moisture.

This homemade treatment is a healthier, chemical-free way to improve your hair's look and feel. Though it won't straighten hair like professional keratin treatments, regular application can significantly improve hair texture, making it a worthy addition to your hair care routine.

You can check these products for more natural hair care treatments.

Tips for Applying Herbal Hair Masks

1. Start with Clean Hair

Why? Applying masks to clean hair ensures that the nutrients and moisture can penetrate deeply without battling through layers of oil and build-up. Think of it as prepping your canvas before painting.

2. Section Your Hair

Divide your hair into sections. This doesn’t need to be salon-precise; just enough to ensure the mask is evenly distributed from roots to ends. It's like ensuring every bite of your sandwich has the perfect amount of filling.

3. Use Your Hands or a Brush

What's Best? Some people love the feel of applying masks with their fingertips, while others use a hair dye brush for even distribution. There’s no right or wrong here—just whatever feels right for you.

4. Focus on Problem Areas

Got dry ends but an oily scalp? Slather those ends generously and go easy on the scalp. Customizing your application ensures that you're addressing your hair's specific needs.

You can check this herbal mask to clean and cleanse your scalp. It’s a cleansing gel that cleans your scalp by exfoliating the scalp by removing the dead cells, and excess oil.

5. Don’t Forget the Scalp Massage

Massaging your scalp as you apply a mask stimulates blood circulation, promoting healthy hair growth. It also feels amazing. Plus, it’s a great way to de-stress. Think of it as a mini spa session.

6. Heat It Up

A Warm Touch: Gently heating the mask before application can help the nutrients penetrate more effectively. Wrapping your hair in a warm towel while the mask sits can amplify this effect. Just like warming lotion in your hands, it’s all about enhancing absorption.

7. Timing Is Everything

How Long? Follow the recommended time on your DIY recipe, but feel free to adjust based on your hair’s reaction. Some hair loves a quick 20-minute session, while others thrive on a longer, deep-conditioning soak.

8. Rinse Thoroughly

The Final Step: Make sure you rinse out the mask completely, using lukewarm water. It’s like ensuring you’ve washed off all the soap after a good scrub—clean, but not stripped.

9. Regularity Is Key

Make It a Habit: Consistency brings results. Incorporating herbal hair masks into your routine once a week or bi-weekly can lead to noticeable improvements over time.

10. Listen to Your Hair

Personalize Your Routine: Pay attention to how your hair responds after each treatment. Your hair will tell you what it likes- more moisture, less protein, or a different herb altogether. It’s all about tuning in and adapting.

Two Herbs: Your Partner for Healthier and Shiner Hair

Are you someone who wants healthier and shiner hair but is afraid of using modern products full of chemicals? If yes, Two Herbs is here to solve all your hair problems with the best at-home hair treatments. We use only natural ingredients to make your hair look great and nice.

Our products range from deeply moisturising dry scalp treatments enriched with Hydrolysed Royal Jelly Protein to our innovative DIY Treatment Control Paste designed for effective hair growth. We are here to offer you the best of nature’s solutions for hair loss and more.

Two Herbs, where the tradition meets the innovation in every bottle. Visit us at Two Herbs and discover our wide range of products for all hair problems.


What are the effective hair loss treatments at home?

You can make hair loss treatments at home using natural ingredients, such as fenugreek seeds, aloe vera, yoghurt, and other easily available ingredients.

Can I do keratin treatment at home?

You can create a DIY keratin treatment at home using ingredients like gelatine. This treatment provides a coating to your hair, adding smoothness and shine. 

How can I have hair growth treatment at home?

You can stimulate hair growth by using a mask made of castor oil and peppermint oil. This combination can increase the blood circulation and promote the healthier hair growth. 

What are home remedies for dandruff and hair fall?

Hair fall and dandruff treatment at home include the use of a honey mask and neem. Neem fights dandruff-causing fungi while honey moisturizes the scalp to reduce hair fall.

Can I reverse grey hair naturally at home?

It’s challenging to reverse the grey hair through natural remedies. Certain DIY herbal hair treatments can help to improve the health of your hair, and in some cases, depending on the cause, they can also darken your hair by boosting the production of pigments.

Ingredients like sage and black tea are often used to enhance hair colour over time.

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