You can use ingredients from your kitchen as hair conditioners. Natural hair conditioners leave your hair feeling soft and smooth. There are a variety of vegetable oils or butters that you can use on your hair as a deep conditioning treatment.Here are some of the common natural hair conditioners made from daily use products.
Deep Hair Conditioner made of Mayonnaise–Comb the mayonnaise through your damp hair and wrap your head in a towel to let it penetrate for 20 minutes.
Deep Conditioner made of mayonnaise and avocado–Squish both the ingredients together with your hands in a medium bowl until it’s a minty green color. Smooth into hair all the way to the tips. Put on a shower cap and Leave on for 20 minutes. For deeper conditioning put a hot, damp towel around your head -over the shower cap.
Conditioner made of Rosemary–Add a few drops of rosemary essential oil to the palms of your hands, work throughout your entire hair.
Conditioner made of coconut milk and avocado–Combine mashed avocado with some coconut milk. Mash together until it’s smooth and about as thick as shampoo. Comb it through the hair and let sit for 10 -15 minutes, wash out.
Conditioner made of eggs–Beat egg yolk until it is thick and light colored. Slowly drizzle drops of oil into egg, beating well. Slowly add and beat the water into the egg mixture. Transfer mixture to a container. After shampooing, massage all conditioner into hair and leave on for a few minutes before thoroughly rinsing.
Conditioner made of Apple Cider–Prepare a mixture of apple cider vinegar and distilled water. Pour the mixture your hair as the final rinse. It will leave your hair feeling soft. Good for all hair types.
Conditioner made of rice bran or wheat bran, sesame oil and avocado–Mix 6 tablespoons of rice bran or wheat bran with enough hot water to make a thin paste. Add half an avocado, a drop of sesame oil and blend the mixture in a blender. Apply mixture to freshly shampooed hair. Then, take a damp towel and warm it up in the microwave for 30 seconds. Apply warmed towel to hair and let it set. Lightly shampoo hair and rinse with water.
Conditioner made of honey and lemon juice–Add 1tsp honey, 1 tsp lemon juice, and 4 cups water. Mix together, and apply to hair.
Conditioner made of camomile tea and apple cider vinegar–Steep a camomile tea bag in 7 oz. of warm water with a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar. Apply tea mixture to hair and let sit for 3 minutes. Camomile renders a golden tone to hair, while the vinegar makes hair shine and closes down the cuticles. Rinse hair again with water.
Conditioner made of Mayonnaise or yogurt with food pulps–Mayonnaise or yogurt can be used alone or you can add other ingredients to either conditioner base ingredient. You can add food pulps containing nutritious oils such as cantaloupe, mango, avocado, banana and squash. All of these foods have their own oils that will soften your hair. You can add a spoonful of vegetable oil to either the mayonnaise or yogurt base for a great conditioner.
Conditioner is a vital ingredient in maintaining a healthy head of hair. Used after each shampooing, conditioner provides your hair