Natural Hair Conditioner

by Sharon Hopkins

Have you ever checked the ingredients that go into the hair conditioners that you pick up from the supermarket? Most of the time, you will find that you are barely able to pronounce the names of some of the ingredients. The chemicals that are used to make these hair conditioners very often damage your hair. Choosing the right hair product is therefore very confusing and you may end up wasting a lot of money. There is no need to worry however as you could try some great natural hair conditioner recipes that will not only make your hair really soft, but will go easy on your pocket as well. Just use a natural hair conditioner which is available in your refrigerator or kitchen cupboard for beautiful hair.

  • Here is a deep conditioner that can work wonders for your hair. Blend together three to four essential oils of your choice with one teaspoon of olive oil and add a well beaten egg to this mixture. Apply this to your hair and leave it on for about 20 minutes or so. Use a gentle shampoo to rinse off. The olive oil and egg in this homemade product will moisturize and soften your hair. You could keep the remaining conditioner refrigerated in a plastic container. Simply shake it well before reusing it.
  • Take half a cup of real mayonnaise and comb it well through slightly wet hair. Use a towel to wrap your head so that the mayonnaise penetrates the shaft of your hair for about 20 minutes or so. Shampoo your hair as usual. This natural hair conditioner will leave your hair soft and manageable.
  • Another natural hair conditioner for dry hair is olive oil. Massage warm olive oil through your hair paying special attention to the hair-ends and middle parts. Wrap your head in a towel wrung in warm water and wait for about half and hour. Then use a gentle shampoo and carefully wash your hair. This treatment is great for dry hair. Coconut oil also works as a great hair conditioner and could be used in the same way as olive oil.
  • Try this natural hair conditioner for damaged hair. Combine together two ounces of Aloe Vera gel with half a teaspoon of jojoba, avocado, or olive oil. To this add two ounces of apple cider vinegar (organic) and one ounce of powdered milk. Blend well and apply to hair that is freshly washed. Leave it on for about 25 minutes and rinse off with warm water

Warning: The reader of this article should exercise all precautionary measures while following instructions on the home remedies from this article. Avoid using any of these products if you are allergic to it. The responsibility lies with the reader and not with the site or the writer.
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