8 Amazing Homemade Hair Conditioners

Jan 23, 2016

With a host of seemingly wonderful hair conditioners out there, few of us think about making homemade conditioners. The difference between a store-bought conditioner and a homemade conditioner is significant. Store-bought conditioners are packed with harsh chemicals that do more harm than good, while homemade conditioners have good benefits only. If you have never tried to make your own hair conditioner, here are a few ideas to start with:

1 Honey and coconut oil treatment

Due to their fantastic beauty benefits, coconut oil and honey are among the best ingredients for homemade treatments, including homemade hair conditioners. This inexpensive yet powerful treatment will breathe life back into your locks in just 30 minutes. Do not rinse it off with hot water. For extra shine, rinse your hair with warm and then cold water.

2 Deep conditioners

The combination of certain natural ingredients work great as a deep conditioner. Deep conditioning helps to keep breakage at bay and can even make your split ends go away. Use any of deep conditioners once or twice a week to make your hair feel healthy, thick and gorgeous. Most of the ingredients for these deep conditioners you already have in your kitchen so what are you waiting for?

3 Banana and yogurt hair conditioner

Getting a conditioning treatment at a spa or purchasing deep hair conditioning products is not just a waste of money; it is a waste of time. Banana and yogurt hair conditioner is all you need to make your hair feel and look healthy. Depending on your hair length, puree ripe bananas and combine the puree with yogurt. Massage the mixture into your hair and rinse off after 10-15 minutes.

4 Deeper deep conditioner

Looking to improve your favorite store-bought hair conditioner? Add two natural ingredients like honey and olive or coconut oil to it and voila, you have an almost natural hair conditioner for incredibly beautiful hair. Don’t add honey and oil directly to your hair conditioner bottle. Use a bowl to mix the ingredients.

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5 Cocovocado deep conditioner

The ingredient list of this conditioner is a bit intimidating, but all of them are absolutely healthy and natural, except a store-bought mayo. When I have time I make my own mayo to create an all-natural deep conditioner. I work the conditioner through my hair and leave on for 30 minutes to let it penetrate deep into my hair follicles. I use this conditioner once a week.

6 Aloe vera conditioner

While many of you may call it an additional hair treatment, I call it a conditioner. The best thing about this conditioner is that it helps make your hair grow faster. Massage your aloe vera conditioner into your hair. Leave it on for 5-7 minutes. Rinse your hair thoroughly with warm water. Use once a week.

7 Protein deep conditioner

This protein conditioner is good for brittle, dry, and damaged hair. Combine olive oil, mayo and honey and apply the mixture to your damp hair. Relax and wait 30 minutes and rinse it off with warm water. Your tresses will definitely love this protein conditioner.

8 Shea butter conditioner

Shea butter is great at treating and preventing split ends. Since this conditioner is too heavy, especially for oily hair, do not use too much of it. Mix a little bit of liquid shea butter, olive oil and vitamin E for one of the most amazing homemade conditioners. Leave on for 20 minutes and rinse off.

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Not only are homemade conditioners all-natural, but they are cheap too. In case you do not have money for a new conditioner, head to your kitchen and create your own one. Give these homemade hair conditioner ideas a try. You will love it. Have any other ideas? Let us know in the comment section?