New Beauty Concepts: Fresh-Food Hair Treatment

Cecila Vega reviews a new process for stronger, shinier hair.
3:00 | 10/17/12

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emeril might be using, we're going to use in our beauty bar. We're going to the "gma" beauty blender. This morning, we're taking you to the first-ever all-natural hair treatment bar. This beauty concept uses all kinds of fresh foods from your kitchen to make your hair stronger and shinier. We have three of our really, really good reporters. Amy -- it was a good hair day. I programs, you get a blow dry after this. Juju, and lindy. We're going to check in with see celia vega on how this all works. Reporter: A few bananas. A squeeze of honey. The pulse of a blender. This is no smoothie bar. Throw in an avocado, and you have the latest hair treatment. Hi, guys. At roots, as in back to the root, the $35 hair treatment comes with big promises. Your hair will feel softer. It will feel more bouncey, clean and fresh when you're done with it. Reporter: So, I sat down for the full experience. I feel like my hair's about to have breakfast. I had two treatments. Within one side, honey, bananas, oil, and an egg. On the other side, a combination of oil and avocado. There's a salad on my head. Guacamole, this is not. Roots says these ingredients, unlike shampoos andditioners are free of chemicals. And avocado adds moisture and promotes hair growth. Bananas will fix dry hair. Eggs strengthens follicles. Mayonnaise protects the scalp from dandruff. Why can't they go down to the grocery store and make this themselves? They can. And I encourage it for not doing it at all. Reporter: It's time for my hair omelet to marinate and cook a bit. After a 15-minute wait. Rinse and the final results. This is my hair before. And this is my hair after. Shinier. Even if it smells a little like an omelet. Thank you. For "good morning america," see cecilia vega, abc news, los angeles. We're going the put the hair treatment to the test. We have three good sports here. Amy robach, she is getting the mayonnaise treatment. Love mayonnaise in the morning. I love this one. You buy the high-fat mayonnaise. This is the one time you need high-fat mayonnaise. Mayonnaise has vinegar in it. It gets rid of any scaliness you might have. And it gets rid of any old products in your hair. You're starting fresh and new. And the oils and egg are going to nourish your scalp and make your air bouncey and shiny. We move over to juju. How long do they sit with the mayonnaise in their hair? 20 minutes. And taking this out, soaking your hair in a warm bath is the best way to get rid of this. I'll be smelling this later. And juju's getting the guacamole. Juju, here we go. Ready? Okay. Do you have to work to make this stuff? No. You just put it in your blender. Put it in your blender. Have somebody do it for you. If you want it to be even. And massage this right on to your skin. Your skin is where your hair roots are growing. They need all of the vitamin a and e and moisturizer. You're going to get fuller, thicker air. There's products out there that claim they have the products in them. That actually smell good? Why not do that? This is totally natural, chemical-free and hundreds of dollars cheaper. How does it feel? It feels fine. It tastes good. And I'm waiting for my margarita. Can we get her a margarita, please? And linsey, you're getting the banana -- I think it's just banana. The banana is awesome because it has vitamin a and e in it. But it's oil-free. If you feel like your skin is oily or you have oily hair, this is a great way to condition your hair, make it supershiny without any residue or oil. What is the most moisturizing of the three? I wanted to try the guacamole. I told you. And the pepper is going to cure your sinuses, as well. Something for everybody here at "good morning america." All right. Of all of these, the most moisturizing. Mayonnaise. The mayonnaise masque. We're going to check in later with you. Dr. Ellen, thank you so much. Thank you. To get the all-natural treatment recipe to make your hair shiny and strong, go to goodmorningamerica.Com on yahoo! Let's check in with sam

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