Garlic, or Allium Sativum (scientific name), is a concentrate of amino acids, vitamins, minerals and trace elements. Allicin, the substance that gives garlic that specific odor acts as a powerful antibacterial, antiviral and immunomodulator. For those who are ready to overcome the strong smell of garlic, in his book “L’Ail Malin” (smart Garlic), Alix Lelief-Delcourt provides a recipe that can be prepared at home.
Crush five garlic cloves, add 50 milliliters of olive oil, stir and let this mixture one or two days at room temperature.
Apply this mask to the hair root, massage your scalp and leave the mask 30-60 minutes. Wash you’re your daily shampoo.
If you want to avoid the intense and unpleasant garlic odor, you can spray cider vinegar on your hair. Garlic stimulates microcirculation and restores hair roots vitality, stimulates hair growth and keeps under control the hair loss. Because of its antibacterial qualities, garlic heals your scalp and gets rid of dandruff.