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Benefits of Coconut Milk for Kinky Hair

Updated on December 29, 2016

Coconut milk has high protein content, due to it being extracted from the skin of the coconut. Our hair is of protein as well, and hair strands are very much alive, because it's growing from the scalp. Coconut milk absorbs into the hair shaft to give it strength and to stop breakage. Coconut milk can be found in most health food stores or grocery stores in the canned food aisle. Coconut milk also supplies nourishment to the hair shaft during the conditioning regimen. A great way to condition the hair with coconut milk is to add 2-3 ounces on the hair, mix it with one egg yolk, leave it in for 25-60 minutes with a shower cap or plastic bag.

Easy Coconut Milk Conditioner Recipe - mix 2 ounces of coconut milk with 1 whole avocado, 1 tablespoon of pure clover honey, and 1 pinch of cayenne pepper; this is a great DIY homemade conditioner for promoting thicker hair.

Benefits of Coconut Milk for Natural Hair/Kinky Hair
Benefits of Coconut Milk for Natural Hair/Kinky Hair

Benefits of Coconut Milk on Kinky Hair

  • Strengthens hair shaft

  • Prevent split ends

  • Feeds nourishment to damaged hair

  • Promotes longer hair

  • Moisturizes hair and scalp


It's beneficial when coconut milk treatments are a part of your hair regimen at least once or twice a week. For best results, try conditioning the hair with coconut milk after every shampoo process, which makes the hair thicker and stronger.

Homemade Conditioner for Kinky Hair

Hair is not dead, it is alive and hair likes to drink water, hair also likes to absorb all-natural ingredients. If hair is growing from the scalp it is alive.

African American's natural hair gets dry if it's not treated with a deep condition at least every two weeks. Homemade deep conditioning treatments on natural hair can also help with protecting the ends of your hair; this will give you length retention. DIY (do it yourself) homemade conditioner for natural hair made in a blender is healthy for your hair, due to the authentic all-natural ingredients.

Benefits of Coconut Milk for Natural Hair/Kinky Hair
Benefits of Coconut Milk for Natural Hair/Kinky Hair

Ingredients

  • Avocado, 1 whole

  • Egg yolk, 1

  • Banana, 1 whole

  • Coconut milk, canned, 2 ounces

  • Olive oil, ½ teaspoon


Peel the avocado and throw away the seed, mash the avocado with a fork in a bowl. Include the other ingredients also; 1 egg yolk (pour off the eggs whites), 2 ounces coconut milk, 1 teaspoon of olive oil. Mix all these ingredients in the bowl, and begin applying the mix to clean hair.

After applying the deep conditioner onto the hair, place a shower cap or a plastic bag onto the hair and leave it on for 1 or 2 hours. This conditioning process will seal the moisture into the hair shaft, which will promote longer healthier hair.

Benefits of avocado on hair - Provides vitamin E and strengthens hair, repairs damaged hair due to perms, dyes, and dryness.

Benefits of egg yolk on hair - Provides protein to hair follicles and supplies strength from the protein of the egg yolk, which prevents hair breakage.

Benefits of bananas on hair - Provides potassium into the hair which promotes shine and prevents spit ends.

Benefits of coconut milk in the hair - Moisturizes the hair and prevents hair loss.

Benefits of olive oil - Promotes shine and is great for conditioning natural hair.

Would you apply a DIY homemade conditioner on your hair?

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      Yoleen Lucas 14 months ago from Big Island of Hawaii

      Thanks for this information. Would it work if I applied only coconut milk? Because my hair tends to retain the smell of any foods I put in, and I don't wish to smell like avocado or egg.

      I understand other rinses that help hair are black coffee and tea.

      Hydrolyzed protein treatments also help strengthen hair.

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      Janellegems 19 months ago from United States

      This is good information. Thanks for sharing the benefits of coconut milk. Definitely will try that homemade conditioner, so natural.

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