Homemade Conditioners


Conditioner is a vital ingredient in maintaining a healthy head of hair. Used after each shampooing, conditioner provides your hair with moisture, enhances your hair’s natural volume, makes your hair shinier, and keeps your hair soft and touchable. In addition to conditioning your hair each time you shampoo, you should also deep condition your hair once a week.

If you are unable to find a conditioner that you like, you might want to try making your own.

Avocado Conditioner

If you are looking for a really simple recipe that will leave you with soft, supple hair, you should try this avocado conditioner. The only ingredients you will you need are a small jar of real mayonnaise and one avocado. After mashing up the avocado, mix it with the mayonnaise. You will want to keep mixing until the entire jar of mayonnaise is a pale shade of green.

After you using the conditioner, you will need to store the avocado conditioner in the refrigerator.

Rosemary Conditioner

If you are looking for a conditioner that will leave you with shiny hair, you might want to try making this wonderful-smelling rosemary conditioner. The only two things you need are 20-25 drops of essence of rosemary and a half a cup of carrier oil. All you have to do is mix the two ingredients together and your rosemary conditioner is ready to go.

Almond Conditioner

The almond conditioner that you can use is a conditioner that provides your hair with several of the nutrients it needs to be healthy. To make the almond conditioner, you will need the following ingredients: 2 tsp, coconut oil, 1 tsp. cider vinegar, 4 tsp. almonds, and 3 tsp. honey. Mix the almonds and coconut oil together; after they are blended, you will want to start warming them on the stove. Continue to warm them until they are liquefied. After the coconut oil and sesame have had a chance to cool, you will want to mix in the vinegar and honey. As soon as you are satisfied that all of the ingredients are properly blended, you will be able to use your homemade conditioner.