Beer is rich in proteins and vitamins with natural barley and hops and contains nutrients for helping to develop healthy hair. With its abundance of nutrients like riboflavin, pantothenic acid, biotin, and vitamin b12, brewer’s yeast is more often found as a dietary supplement and cosmetic companies begun to incorporate brewer’s yeast as an active ingredient in topical application formulas. Skin care and hair care range products has been introducing brewer’s yeast as remedies against skin impurities. Beer regulates the level of sebum produced by the skin’s pores and keep the skin at a healthy 5.0 pH mark which is ideal for scalp health. It is effective to treat dandruff and oily scalp. The bio-active molecule xanthohumol has shown to have antioxidant properties which can fortify and strengthen hair. Maltose and sucrose sugars in beer help to swell and tighten the cuticle which add body as well as shine.
Eggs contain a large amount of protein, ranging from 3.6 to 6.5 g per egg–which makes egg conditioning an intense protein treatment. Hair is composed of 70 percent keratin protein, so egg protein helps rebuild damaged hair by filling in weakened spots along the hair strand.
- Put a cup of beer in a saucepan and cook until boiled.This will ensure that most of the alcohol has cooked out. You can also use uncooked beer but it may have a slightly drying effect.
- Once beer is cooked set it aside to cool before you mix it with egg yolks.
- Apply the mixture to clean, wet hair and leave for few minutes. It’s best to do this in the shower, because it may be runny.
- Beer can be good for your skin too and eggs will leave your skin glowing. So you can also use this mask on your face to make the skin soft and supple. This mask can also prevent acne.