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This isn't exactly a 'home remedy' but I hope it helps.To avoid and treat split ends you'll want to avoid putting too much heat on your hair,ex. straightening, curling, blow drying, but if you must apply heat to your hair be SURE to use heat protector. Tresemme Heat Protector is a great one! And avoid bleaching your hair, that dries it out and does a lot of damage to it. Also you'll want to use a really good conditioner and a deep conditioner for once or twice a week, a great deep conditioner is AUSSIE MOIST 3 MINUTE MIRACLE DEEEP CONDITIONER. Not the 'smooth' you want the 'moist'. It worked miracles on so many peoples hair and lots of people just use it as their everyday conditioner. But I'm sure any deep conditioner works just fine. Use detangler while brushing through your hair, brushing your hair rips at the ends and damages them a lot so use detangler. Do not brush your hair while its wet because it's weakest then. Wait for it to dry. Also putting in coconut milk will help, it has shea butter and vitamin E and coconut oil a bunch of healthy stuff in it that's really good for your hair. I know this sounds gross but on the 'home remedy' side of this if you want to make a 'hair mask' so to speak, try eggs and olive oil. Gross I know but it really helps rebuild the proteins in your hair and moisturize it. Here's the recipe
2 eggs
4 table spoons olive oil
mix together, apply to hair
wrap hair in plastic (or shower cap)
leave in for 10-12 minutes
Rinse with lukewarm water

And the obvious, get your hair cut regularly, figure out how often YOUR hair personally should be cut to stay healthy, it's different for everyone, some say every 6-8 weeks but yeah figure out what works for you. Carry around a pair of scissors to snip off any new split ends you find, the sooner you cut them the better, if you leave them they'll start going up your hair and your gonna have to cut it a lot shorter than you wanted, so cut them sooner than later! Hope this helped!
-Ashley <3

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