5 Homemade Hair Conditioners
Most women use conditioner after shampoo to ensure their hair is soft and manageable, easy to comb through and fully hydrated. However many commercial conditioners are full of chemicals which can actually damage the hair in the long run. This is why it can be a good idea to create your own hair conditioner from natural ingredients so your hair is conditioned and cared for without chemicals. This article will examine 5 homemade hair conditioners that you can create yourself easily and cheaply.
Hair dryers, straighteners and curlers all damage hair due to the high temperatures used. Similarly, too much exposure to the sun can also damage the
Once hair is damaged, many women go to the hair salon for a deep heat conditioning treatment at great expense. However, there is no need to head to the salon if you have effective homemade conditioners on hand to repair the damage caused by styling. Here are the 5 best
This recipe uses three eggs, honey, olive oil, lemon juice and vinegar. Separate the egg yolks from the whites and beat thoroughly. Add 100ml of vinegar, 100ml of lemon juice, 200ml of olive oil and 3 teaspoons of honey. Mix this all altogether to make a rich paste then apply evenly to the hair and leave it for at least 15 minutes before rinsing for extra moisturised hair. The mixture strengthens and revitalises your hair, adding softness and silkiness, while the vinegar helps to prevent hair loss.
3. Banana hair mask
5. Natural oils
The previous recipes are all excellent moisturising conditioners but for those wanting an immediate application without the need to mix or blend ingredients, it is possible to use natural oils on the hair to condition it quickly and effectively. Oils also care for the scalp and penetrate into the hair shaft for deep conditioning. The best oils to use include avocado oil for its fatty acids and vitamin E, and olive oil for its emollient properties. Use the oils when warm for a deeply nourishing hair treatment, cover with a hair cap and let it sit for 30 minutes before rinsing.