When To Avoid Using Lemon Juice In Hair


Using Lemon Juice In Hair

It is very important that you Do Not use the lemon juice on your hair if you have been swimming in a chlorinated pool or have recently coloured your hair with chemicals. this is because if you do put lemon juice in your hair in these situations you may actually end up with an undesirable hair colour, such as green or some other weird colour.

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  • 1.
    Pixel says:Reply to Comment »
    Sun 23rd September 2012, 10:58:50

    A food processor would actually work as well as a juicer and there are some very inexpensive, though small, processors out there. Anyway, working w/a blender, for your veggies: beets, cucumber, tomatoes, spinach are my first choices and all will do well in your blender. Avoid celery and any stringy, super tough veggies as they don't pulp well. For fruits: pineapple, pears, apples, oranges, banana's, peaches, strawberries, lemons, limes. Peel everything then cut your veggies/fruits throw in the blender, add ice and put some liquid in the blender before you pulp your fruits/veggies, and while you're learning just blend a bit, stop, move the food around, pulp again. Add liquid if needed. Now you won't extract as much juice this way, the end result will be thick. Add lots of ice and you'll have to add either water or some other liquid to have a juice consistency.